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  1. How we can protect the women who make most high-quality footballs
  2. A silent career killer – here's what workplaces can do about menopause
  3. Think carefully before buying Bitcoin – and don't buy the 'safe haven' claims
  4. Restructuring alone won't clean up the banks' act
  5. 'Network contagion' is key to getting healthier numbers of women on company boards
  6. Happiness helps football players do better, and it could help economies too
  7. Missing evidence base for big calls on infrastructure costs us all
  8. Why we should be slow to point the finger at bankers
  9. The Royal Commission revealed financial services woes for many Indigenous customers. Here's what can be done
  10. Why the government will be sending more GST funding to Western Australia
  11. Want to boost Aboriginal financial capability? Spend time in communities
  12. Solving deep problems with corporate governance requires more than rearranging deck chairs
  13. Grattan on Friday: The price of greasing squeaky wheels ahead of the election
  14. Royal commission scandals are the result of poor financial regulation, not literacy
  15. Gradual reform to capital gains, negative gearing and stamp duty will make housing more affordable
  16. Market v government? In fact, hybrid policy is the best fit for the 21st century
  17. Why our carbon emission policies don't work on air travel
  18. Fears about China's influence are a rerun of attitudes to Japan 80 years ago
  19. Employment services aren't working for older jobseekers, jobactive staff or employers
  20. Royal commission shows bank lenders don't 'get' farming, and rural economies pay the price
  21. Green is the new black: why retailers want you to know about their green credentials
  22. Levying GST on all packages is complicated and risky for everyone involved
  23. From back office to boardroom: accountants step up in climate risk management
  24. The government's bank reforms wouldn't have saved us a royal commission
  25. To appreciate its power, think of design as a drug
  26. Telstra may be simpler, but where will revenue come from?
  27. How superannuation discriminates against middle income earners
  28. What's driving Chinese infrastructure investment overseas and how can we make the most of it?
  29. As yet another ridesharing platform launches in Australia, how does this all end?
  30. Who gets what? Who pays for it? How incomes, taxes and benefits work out for Australians
  31. You probably missed the latest national environmental-economic accounts – but why?
  32. Vital Signs: we are witnessing a slowly deflating property bubble, for now
  33. Doomsaying about new technology helps make it better
  34. The gig economy is nothing new for musicians – here's what their 'portfolio careers' can teach us
  35. Why we don't need to prepare young people for the 'future of work'
  36. What will freight and supply chains look like 20 years from now? Experts ponder the scenarios
  37. Mothers have little to show for extra days of work under new tax changes
  38. Love them or loathe them, private label products are taking over supermarket shelves
  39. Partially right: rejecting neoliberalism shouldn't mean giving up on social liberalism
  40. 'Honey, I shrunk the store': Why your local supermarket is getting smaller
  41. Co-creation can help our companies compete with global giants
  42. Vital Signs: poor wage growth means interest rates could be low for a long time
  43. Why gig workers may be worse off after the Fair Work Ombudsman's action against Foodora
  44. Secret men's business – why the public image of economics is bad news for all of us
  45. Chinese investment in Australia falls as political debate hits confidence
  46. Bosses deserve to be happy at work too – here's how
  47. Commonwealth Bank's $700 million fine will end up punishing its customers
  48. Criminal charges against banking 'cartels' show Australia is getting tough on competition law
  49. The world’s economic crisis-fighting mechanisms are dangerously inadequate
  50. Fear not, shoppers: Amazon's Australian geoblock won't cramp your style