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Monday’s toughest question was about the pre-selection of women in the Liberal Party, asked by Miranda Castles.

This week on Q+A we ask: who wins in the new economy

Rampant inflation may have peaked, but Australians still feel under the pump. Treasurer Jim Chalmers says cost of living is his top priority – “but it’s not our only concern”. 

Painful interest rate hikes have slowed economic growth. Recession remains a possibility. Governments are mired in debt. Indefinite war in Europe and the Middle East is spooking markets. Technology is reshaping economies – and monopolising our money and attention.

On Monday, a panel of economic heavy-hitters break down the global economic landscape – and warn about the dangers of big tech becoming big brother.

Watch Q+A Monday at 9.35pm AEDT on ABC TV and ABC iview.

You can also have your voice heard via our online poll – vote from 2pm AEST Monday on Facebook, YouTube, X and Instagram.

Register here to join the live studio audience in Sydney on Monday, March 11.

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Meet the Panellists

Ed Husic

Ed Husic is a key member of the government trying to deliver an economic “soft landing”. He’s also leading work on the breakneck development of artificial intelligence – and the serious regulatory challenges.

Jacqui Lambie

Jacqui Lambie has her own political party and a unique voice in Canberra. The senator from Tasmania is a key crossbench vote and a cut-through voice for struggling households wanting greater cost of living relief.

Yanis Varoufakis

Yanis Varoufakis has seen economic collapse up close as a former Greek finance minister. He’s a reform champion and doomsayer of ‘technofeudalism’ – how societies have become captured by ‘big tech’ overlords.

Stephanie Kelton

Stephanie Kelton has worked inside the US government as an economist. She’s a professor and best-selling author, arguing against the “flawed thinking” of modern monetary policy.

Joe Aston

Joe Aston has advised big business and federal treasurers. But it was as a feared and fearless Australian Financial Review columnist where he earned a reputation as a CEO-killing judge on corporate Australia.

Q+A on ABC and ABC iviewMonday 11 March at 9.35pm AEST

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