By Stephen Williams
Without a fundamental change to economic thinking, we will continue down the dystopian road, argues Stephen Williams.
I will try and summarise the population problem as succinctly as I can.
Australia has struggled with population policy for many decades, with inquiry after inquiry.
Former PM John Howard turbo-charged immigration during his administration (while demonising asylum seekers) and immigration has stayed high ever since.
Federal governments tend to like high immigration (population growth) because it virtually guarantees that GDP will increase (meaning the size of the economy will increase, so no technical recession) …