Here you can find articles or essays which I have written and which have been published elsewhere
Learning to make the most of lifeEducation, News, Publications | 17th April 2018
Saul Eslake | Chatter Matters | 17th April 2018 Op-ed article written for Chatter Matters, a public dialogue about communication, literacy,enablement, collaboration, and relational trust, curated by Rosalie Martin. This article was published in the Hobart Mercury newspaper on 17 th April 2018.
How much of a Threat is a ‘Housing Bust’ to the Australian economy and financial systemHousing, Publications | 12th March 2018
Saul Eslake | FIIG’s The Wire | 12th March 2018 Article published in FIIG’s The Wire blog on 12th March 2018.
What South Australia needs to doPublications, The Australian Economy | 7th March 2018
Saul Eslake | Adelaide Advertiser | 7th March 2018 Article published in the Adelaide Advertiser newspaper on 7th March 2018 (ten days before South Australia’s state election on 17th March), looking at South Australia’s economy through the same prism that I use for Tasmania’s.
More on the taxation treatment of property investmentHousing, Publications, Taxation | 1st February 2018
Saul Eslake | Pearls and Irritations | 1st February 2018 A short article published 1st February 2018 on ‘Pearls and Irritations’, the blog curated by former Qantas CEO and Head of the Prime Minister’s Department John Menadue, prompted by the release in January of 2018 of Treasury advice to the Australian Government about the likely […]
What to watch for in 2018Publications | 19th January 2018
Saul Eslake | Live Wire |19th January 2018 A brief summary of things that I expect to be looking at through 2018 and which might move markets. Here are ten things that I think will shape the global and Australian economies in 2018, and that expect I’ll be talking about at conferences and events over […]
Has Australia really set a ‘new world record’ for continuous economic growthPublications, The Australian Economy | 6th June 2017
Saul Eslake | The Conversation |06th June 2017 Australia hasn’t had a recession – defined as consecutive quarters of ‘negative growth’ in real GDP since the first half of 1991. Some have claimed that, with the release of first quarter GDP figures on 7th June 2017, Australia will have surpassed a ‘record’ for recession-free growth […]