TV, Radio and Print Media
Coronavirus: Victorians fined more than rest of the countryNews | 4th October 2020
Interview with Brett Mcleod on 9 News Melbourne, 5th October 2020 ‘Heavy-handed’ cops slammed after new COVID-19 fines data emerges. Victorians are paying a bigger price than other states because of the response to coronavirus – not just in terms of lockdowns, but also fines. One of Australia’s leading economists has labelled Victoria a police […]
The tax system should preference new businesses, not small onesNews, Publications, Taxation | 29th September 2020
Article in The New Daily, a news site owned by industry superannuation funds, 29th September 2020.
Saul talks to well-known business commentator Peter SwitzerNews, Tasmania, Taxation | 17th September 2020
Interview with Peter Switzer, 17th September 2020 Saul talks to well-known business commentator Peter Switzer about tax preferences for small business, and his proposal for the re-introduction of what Peter insists on calling a ‘death tax’ in Tasmania
Tassie economist Saul Eslake calls for discussions around tax reform in new report – Tasmania TalksNews, Tasmania, Taxation | 16th September 2020
Saul talks to Tasmania Talks’ Aaron Stevens about Reforming Tasmania’s tax system: some options report, 16th Sep 2020.
Covid-19 ends Australia’s 28-year run without a recession. Economy contracts a record 7% in the second quarterNews | 2nd September 2020
Comment on Australia’s Q2 GDP result in the Financial Times 2nd September 2020
A (very brief) radio piece on ‘Modern Monetary Theory’Economic Policies, News | 27th July 2020
Interview with ABC Radio National’s Senior Business Correspondent Sheryle Bagwell about ‘Modern Monetary Theory’ on Monday 21st July.
Saul Eslake talks with Elysse Morgan about the pathway to recovery from the Covid-induced recessionNews, The Australian Economy | 21st July 2020
Saul Eslake talks with Elysse Morgan, host of ABC-TV’s “The Business”, about the pathway to recovery from the Covid-induced recession. 8th June 2020