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Cainz writers debate: That social media companies should work more in the interests of society
May 16, 2021

Corporate social responsibility and social media companies. Are these two compatible?

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ESSA X Cainz Debate: That censorship is necessary for a functional society.
March 27, 2021

Is censorship necessary to protect people? Does censorship give a small few too much power? Read on to hear more in another round of our ESSA X Cainz debate series

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ESSA X Cainz Debate: Newspapers have more economic influence than news shown through television.
October 31, 2020

Join ESSA and Cainz as they engage in friendly debates arguing the importance of newspapers and media.

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ESSA X Cainz Debate: Do policy makers put a high enough value on human life?
October 25, 2020

Joins ESSA and Cainz as they depict their astounding logical reasoning skills in this friendly debate about how policy makers value human life.

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ESSA X CAINZ Debate: Is a zero cash rate necessary for Australia’s recession recovery?
September 29, 2020

Stimulating the economy, is the latest question on everyone's mind, but how do we do it? Join ESSA and Cainz as the debate the importance of a zero-cash rate in recovering from recessions.

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ESSA X Cainz DEBATE: “Has Abenomics been successful in Japan?”
September 12, 2020

A dawn sets on the 'Land of the Rising Sun' as Prime Minister Shizo Abe resigns. Thus, we examine the effectiveness of the policies implemented over his term for Japan.

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Cainz X ESSA DEBATE: Is Keynesian economics dead?
September 1, 2020

Join ESSA and CAINZ as we have some (friendly) debates on various of commerce related topics.

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