TV, Radio and Print Media
Should unvaccinated Australians pay a higher medicare levy?Australian Society and Politics, News, Recent Media Interview | 30th November 2021
Saul’s interview with Australia Today’s Steve Price, on 30th November 2021, discussing his idea of a Medicare levy surcharge for those choosing not to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
Should unvaccinated Australians pay a higher medicare levy?Australian Society and Politics, Covid-19 Video, News, Recent Media Interview | 29th November 2021
Saul talks to Overnight’s Michael McLaren, on 29th November 2021, discussing his idea of a Medicare levy surcharge for those choosing not to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
Should unvaccinated Australians pay a higher medicare levy?Australian Society and Politics, News, Recent Media Interview | 29th November 2021
In interviews with Sydney radio 2GB’s Ben Fordham, and Newcastle Radio 2HD’s Brent Bultitude, Saul explains his proposition that people who choose not to be vaccinated against Covid-19 could pay a ‘medicare levy surcharge’, similar to the one imposed by the Howard Government on people with incomes of over $90,000 per annum who choose not […]
Tasmania records strong economic growth in 2020-21 but remains Australia’s poorest stateEconomic Video, News, Tasmania | 23rd November 2021
Saul discusses the findings of the latest ABS State Accounts for the 2020-21 financial year with Tasmania Talks’ Mike O’Loughlin on 22nd November
What impact will the government’s decision to open Australia’s borders to skilled migrants and students have on wages and house prices?Australian Society and Politics, Housing, News, Recent Media Interview, The Australian Economy | 22nd November 2021
Interview with David Lipson on ABC Radio’s “PM” program on 22nd November 2021
Going, going, goneHousing, News, Recent Media Interview | 3rd November 2021
Saul appears in an episode of the ABC’s flagship Four Corners program on 1st November talking about the downside of Australia’s inexorably rising housing prices. Going, going gone, reported by Stephen Long, goes to air on Monday 1st November at 8.30pm. It can also be seen on ABC NEWS channel on Saturday at 8.10pm AEST, ABC […]
Inflation in AustraliaNews, The Australian Economy | 27th October 2021
Interview with The Australian’s Business Editor-at-Large Ticky Fullerton published here on 27th October – just before the release of the September quarter CPI data. Although that number was in line with what I’d told Ticky that was expected, the ‘underlying’ inflation number was a bit stronger than expected, pushing the annual ‘underlying’ inflation rate into […]
‘Stagflation’News, The Australian Economy | 27th October 2021
‘Stagflation’ is the simultaneous occurrence of persistently high unemployment with persistently high inflation, which many economies (including Australia’s) experienced in the second half of the 1970s and for part of the 1980s. Some economists fear it might be re-emerging now. I talk to ABC Business Reporter Gareth Hutchins about this possibility here.