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September 30th, 2003

I’ll be presenting twice at the Economists’ conference today. First, in the morning on “Higher Education: The Last Nationalised Industry?” and then in the afternoon on “Discounting and sustainable management of the Murray-Darling system”. After that I’ll be heading back to Brisbane, stopping along the way at Dubbo zoo and the Parkes radiotelescope. Normal blogging should resume next week.

I plan to post copies of my presentations on my website next week, and to have full papers a bit later.

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  1. September 30th, 2003 at 20:20 | #1

    too busy to attend. i am looking forward to reports soon on whether you and my catallaxy blogger andrew norton have been engaged in fist fights or martial arts duels on the podium

  2. James Farrell
    September 30th, 2003 at 23:33 | #2

    “I plan to post copies of my presentations on my website next week…”

    Good. It would be nice to get hold of Chapman’s as quickly as possible too. The sooner I know exactly what my opinion on this topic is, the better.

  3. derrida derider
    October 1st, 2003 at 17:27 | #3

    Actually, Jason, it was disgustingly civilised – I too was looking forward to some fisticuffs. Perhaps we should have tried to get Mark Latham to attend.

    But with luck the papers will get a good blog war going.

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