Upon the release of the 2016 Federal Budget Gunnamatta spoke with David Llewellyn-Smith, Leith van Onselen and Callam Pickering of CP Economics about the underpinnings of the budget, the integrity of some of its assumptions and forecasts, and the risks to the economy over the coming year and beyond.
In a 45 minute discussion the speakers consider real estate prices, inflation and wages growth as well as the productivity measures a government may implement in an attempt to drive growth, and the implications changing global markets and the upcoming federal election have for the course of Australian economic policy.
The discussion comes in 2 parts, both available in MP3 and Ogg.
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