作者不仅关注了澳大利亚经济的问题，还提出了中国经济的问题，这使得比较语境更容易绘制(Sydney Morning Herald, 2016)。适当的事实和数字，例如债务水平上升的百分比和上升的时间，也得到充分的说明。作者将增长归因于抵押贷款债务，在这一点上，也有必要将面临这些问题的类似国家的变化纳入讨论范围。作者没有把这样的例子放在上下文中。“历史告诉我们，在经济上升时期，人们很容易低估与私人债务相关的风险”，因此没有得到支持(悉尼先驱晨报，2016)。如果这篇文章包含了一些实际的历史例子，它本可以更具示范意义。债务在GDP中所占的比重及其影响是本书所涉及的宏观经济理论。它导致总经济负债增加的方式将大部分讨论置于宏观经济背景下(OECD, 2012)。
The author does not focus only on the issues for the Australian economy, but rather also presents the issues for the Chinese economy which makes it easier to draw comparative contexts (Sydney Morning Herald, 2016). The presentation of proper facts and figures such as the percentage at which the debt levels have risen and the time within which they have risen are also presented adequately. Author attributes the increase to mortgage debt at which point it is also necessary to bring into discussion context, the changes that are incorporated by similar countries which faced these issues. Author does not bring such examples into context. Quotes such as “History has taught us that it is very easy to underestimate the risks associated with private debt during the upswing”, hence does not find support (Sydney Morning Herald, 2016). The article could have been more exemplary if it had included some of the actual historical examples. Debt as a share of GDP and its effects is the macroeconomic theory that is addressed in the work. The way that it results in the increase of total economic liability puts most of the discussion in the macroeconomic context (OECD, 2012).
While total economy debt rates would differ based on the form of internal investments and development to stability stage the country’s economy is in countries such as Australia which just about managed to gain its GDP value and even now strives for more stability, it could happen that the debts make the situation vulnerable asking for proactive action.The article is too short and although it touches base on the key points, it does not seem to discuss them in detail or with an example.Firms, Governments and individuals are affected here, as they have to pay back loans in short due repayment, and also address financial sector management so as to absorb shocks. The situation of debt would definitely push the country into a situation of borrowers. Borrowers will end up putting assets as their collateral, but in the context of increasing debt value even such an attempt might not stop the occurrence of a full blown crises. A small shock in a small prime market, could become a financial crisis (OECD, 2012). A crisis in the Australian market would have more dire consequences.