Aussienomics is an Australian economics-themed blog (although I also post on many other topics). It was created in 2009 but was in hibernation for nearly a decade between 2013 and late-2022.

Here’s a snippet from the original 2009 About page:

“Frustrated with the extreme bias in the main stream media and the severe lack of critical thinking in Australia, Aussienomics was established to provide a source of alternative thinking with a particular focus on current economic, political and social issues in Australia.

Every attempt will be made to ensure that the commentary and suggested solutions are profound yet simple, intuitive and practical. Economic analysis on this site will be founded in realism and will hopefully help both the layman and professional alike to understand real world problems and provide real world solutions.”

Aussienomics is written in Markdown, compiled with Hugo, served by Netlify and hosted on GitHub. Comments are powered by giscus (you’ll need a GitHub account to post, sorry!).

If this is your first visit feel free start browsing the main page, or check out the archives for some of our older content. If you have any questions shoot me an email and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.