Economic inequality has become an increasingly important in the public debate. Rising inequality combined with slow growth in average incomes puts pressure on the living standards of those at the bottom of the distribution.
In this seminar, Paul Hubbard will explore a contradiction in Chinese state-owned enterprise (SOE) reform between market efficiency and making SOEs ‘bigger, better and stronger’.
What kind of a leadership role can Australia and Japan play in the Asia Pacific region at a time of immense change?
In discussions of the social dimension of science and scientific claims, much emphasis has been given to the value judgements associated with ‘inductive risk’, which concerns whether there is adequate evidence to assert some scientific claim.