12 episodes

We’d like to change the way you think about business. Thought Capital aims to pique your interest, deepen your knowledge, expand your understanding – and educate a little along the way. Michael Pascoe, one of Australia's most experienced financial commentators, delves into topics you probably won’t read about in the business pages. What’s the link between Big Data and election-rigging? How can you identify the true ‘key players’ in an economic meltdown? Is there a ‘tax paradise’ and can you live there? Brought to you by the smart people at Monash Business School.

Thought Capital Monash Business School, Monash University

    • Business
    • 4.5, 20 Ratings

We’d like to change the way you think about business. Thought Capital aims to pique your interest, deepen your knowledge, expand your understanding – and educate a little along the way. Michael Pascoe, one of Australia's most experienced financial commentators, delves into topics you probably won’t read about in the business pages. What’s the link between Big Data and election-rigging? How can you identify the true ‘key players’ in an economic meltdown? Is there a ‘tax paradise’ and can you live there? Brought to you by the smart people at Monash Business School.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Rossco-77 ,

Outstanding business podcast

Really engaging content with a great mix of experts. Fascinating range of topics and easy to understand. Loved the one about Trump and actually made me interested in tax!

ig yffttfycyv ,

Hit and miss

Some really well balanced, academic, thought provoking episodes but every now and then some leftist biases openly pushed without any centrist influence or balance.

Most recent episode was particularly poor. On the topic of leadership it touted as great examples Alan Joyce (because of his influence in the SSM vote - hello, he’s gay, what did you expect him to do? Acting on vested interest is hardly leadership) and Jacinda Arden (certainly very popular but no track record, so the jury is out on her success as a leader - many Muslim women have said she made a mistake wearing the hijab at the Christchurch mosque because they themselves have been fighting against it and she set back their cause)... you have access to all that research on leadership and that was the best examples?

Seemed too keen to be topical than thought provoking and balanced.

Sphealion ,

Interesting topics

Highly recommended. The guests provide interesting insights on various topics, and how they relate to business and society in general.

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