What kind of leaders will Generation Z want?
We appear drawn to authoritarian, charismatic leaders. But are they right for the future? And will the coming generations call for something different? With Dr Nathan Eva.
Ageism at work
We're being told we'll have to work longer; but our workplaces still seethe with discriminatory attitudes. Too expensive. Less up-to-date. Less capable. How can these stereotypes be tackled? With Associate Professor Kathleen Riach and Professor Gavin Jack.
Human behaviour, observed one trillion times
It's a mistake to think the internet is simply data; it is a living, breathing manifestation of all our most human actions and motivations – if we know how to look. With Associate Professor Paul Raschky.
Why we need to pay attention to energy justice
The proposed Adani coal mine in Queensland has been controversial for its environmental, economic and political ramifications. It's a good example of how difficult it is to make sense of all these competing agendas. Enter an emerging new field of thought – energy justice. With Dr Diane Kraal.
Embracing the ‘enemy’ within: How whistleblowing can benefit companies
Australia's Royal Commission into banking could not have happened without whistleblowers. But they often pay a very high price for publicly revealing wrong-doing. Are they really the natural enemy of business?
Can less punishment lead to less crime?
'Tough on crime' is a favoured approach for many politicians. But what if the way to reduce crime was actually to reduce punishment? This isn't criminology or sociology, it's economic theory. With Professor Yves Zenou.
In search of a tax utopia
A tax paradise sounds nice in theory, but agreeing on what it actually looks like is a lot harder. The trouble is, Australia has a lot of different taxes, most of which we hate. Yet we need some form of taxation. So what should it look like? With Senior Lecturer Wayne Gumley.
Getting the most from your superannuation
Australia's superannuation system is world leading; but it is also highly complex and has looming challenges. How can people understand it better, in order to retire better? With Professor Banita Bissoondoyal-Bheenik.
‘Opening the gate’ to success in the world’s largest market – China
Getting to grips with the multi-layered concept of 'guanxi' is at the heart of doing business well in China. But do foreigners even have the patience?
He lies. He inflames. He leads? What Donald Trump teaches us about leadership
Grandiose, narcissistic, capricious – authentic? Why US President Donald Trump may be leader of our times.