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9 May 2024
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China’s ‘new three’ exports dominate the 2023 global green transition

A new report provides insight on how China's global green trade exports are dominating in the global system.

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24 May 2022

Visualising the next economic transition

The dominant language around great economic transitions of modern times suggests they have been caused by leaps in technological innovation. These normative narratives suggest that it was the leveraging of new technologies that opened the way for the subsequent reshaping of our economies, and our societies. But if we look more closely at the major ‘ages of transition’, it is clear that they didn’t just follow on from purely technological innovation.

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12 March 2020

1 million rides and counting: on-demand services bring public transport to the suburbs

Griffith researcher says the technology-driven revolution in urban transport has completely missed the suburbs, which lack public transport services and shared micromobility devices.

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18 May 2024
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28 April 2024

Rising costs can encourage a better kind of tourism

The rising costs of living and airfares point to long-haul travel being affordable for fewer people. It also might re-shape the way we think about tourism.

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19 March 2024
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12 December 2023
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The floating Australian dollar

The 40th anniversary of the floating of the Australian dollar on December 12, 2023, marks a pivotal moment in Australia's economic history. Transitioning from a pegged to a flexible exchange rate in 1983, the journey showcases Australia's economic adaptability, facilitated by a floating exchange rate system, poised to guide the nation towards sustained growth and stability on the global stage.

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20 March 2023

The false promises of the “15 Minute City”

Griffith University’s award-winning urban planner, Dr Tony Matthews, applies his professional insights to the the "15 Minute City". The 15 minute city concept is designed to ensure that most daily necessities are close by our homes and purports to return residents to a more local way of living but will fail to realise its promise for a broad section of the community.

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25 November 2022
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26 October 2022

Explaining Australia’s energy prices and government intervention

Professor Joel Gilmour explains the primary drivers of wholesale energy prices: building new generation, supply and demand, and the cost of existing generation have combined to increase household energy prices to unprecedented levels. How can the Albanese government intervene?

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