Economy

Kevin Rudd's Take on the Global Financial Crisis

The free market is in turmoil. Corporate giants are collapsing. And Australia’s Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, blames the global culture of greed.

In our first issue, Sydney Ideas Quarterly presented the opinions of expert analysts.



Capitalism takes a left turn

First, former editor of The Economist, Bill Emmott, looked at the quest for a cure as economic pain grips.

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Bonus Bubble

It will take more than turning to Keynes for a way out of this mess, wrote Mark Blyth.

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A world of hurt

This crisis threatens countries that can least afford it, wrote James Wolfensohn.

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