Jim O'Neill, the British economist who coined the term "BRICS" to describe the world's emerging economic powers, has warned further global economic integration could become problematic without radical policies to boost wages in advanced economies like Australia.
The value of our collective wellbeing increased by $22 billion in 2016
A yawning growth gap has opened between our inner cities and the rest.
There is a new political fault line emerging in Australia, and it cuts across the traditional progressive and conservative divide.
By 2019-20, residents in NSW will pay $23.7 billion in GST and get back just $17.8 billion.
There's a big downside to NSW's economic success.
NSW growth rate "historic"
As Sydney gets bigger and more densely populated it is also gets much richer. But there's a catch – new research shows a disproportionate share of the wealth is going to top income earners as Australia's major cities grow and that is breeding greater inequality.
Doubling Australia's annual migration intake over the next 40 years would deliver big economic benefits but can our cities manage?
We build big homes, but they're not getting bigger