Some of the census questions are next to useless.
Peter Martin is the economics editor for The Age, based at Parliament House
Australians born of Australian parents will soon be a minority.
The 2016 census spotlights the growing proportion of people in Australia for whom renting is their normal relationship to the housing market.
Home ownership hits lows not seen since the fifties, while a record number of properties are vacant.
Here's a guide to the Finkel Review, in case, like Tony Abbott, you haven't read it.
Most of us think high earners pay too little, corporations pay too little, and what we pay is about right.
With a dizzying array of positions, how's anyone supposed to invest?
OECD names house prices as the biggest domestic threat to Australia's economic growth.
Company profits grow 40 per cent while wages grow 0.9 per cent
No-one ever got rewarded for putting the economy into recession.