Pages tagged by "trade"

Global game changer

Modern trade negotiations need to be about more than just simple import and export arguments, writes PHILIPPA DEE.

Growing market access

Increasing access to international markets should not come at the cost of strengthened and overly restrictive intellectual property rights, writes SHIRO ARMSTRONG.

'Price collar' could break climate deadlock

The world needs to move away from only setting national carbon emission targets, and instead supplement these with an agreed maximum and minimum carbon price that clearly measures the effort it takes to reach these targets, according to new research.

Getting closer to Asia

Asia’s successful industrialisation has brought Australia a little closer to the world’s centre, writes SHIRO ARMSTRONG.

Re-energising the G20

Solving pressing policy problems and achieving practical results is the best way for the G20 to find its feet, writes ANDREW ELEK.

China’s growth puzzle

There are urgent economic challenges ahead for China’s new government, writes PETER DRYSDALE.

Future proofing

Dr Ken Henry is one of the country’s best-known public servants and a renowned economist. In his new role as Executive Chair of the ANU Institute of Public Policy at the Crawford School, he hopes to bring fresh thinking to the nation’s biggest challenges and opportunities, writes JAMES GIGGACHER.

Australia short-changing itself over Chinese investment

Australia is in danger of over-simplifying its responses to Chinese investment and missing out on vital economic opportunities, warns Crawford School Professor Peter Drysdale.

Global, not Asian, focus is the key to growth

Australia's success in the Asian Century should come from unilateral domestic reforms of trade policy, not preferential deals, write GREG LOPEZ and MALCOLM BOSWORTH.

Australia and Japan need to deepen economic ties

Australia and Japan need to reinvest in their 55-year-old bilateral trade agreement and deepen their economic ties if they are to gain from the Asian Century, leading expert Professor Peter Drysdale has warned.

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