Cutting the commute for students with a disability
University of Melbourne and Caltech research uses ‘experimental economics’ and specialist software to reform travel services for students with disability.
How tacit collusion makes consumers pay
A first of its kind study that analysed over 1.7 million prices has provided empirical evidence of how tacit collusion worked in the Perth petrol market.
Governing the ungovernable?
Australia's housing market is the focus as Professor Glyn Davis is joined by Dr Judy Yates and Professor John Freebairn in the Policy Shop podcast
Getting your Monet’s worth in a changing art market
Art market researcher Dr Meaghan Wilson-Anastasios examines the rapidly evolving relationship between art and money on the international stage.
How technology and markets are bleeding our musical artists
How will music figure in the lives and livelihoods of generations to come? A critical look at the rapidly evolving business of commercial creativity.
The secrets of Asia’s economic powerhouses
Family business dominates across the globe, but why, in Asia, have family businesses seen such sustainable and large scale success?