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On the road

June 22nd, 2004

I’m off today on my long-planned trip to Jerusalem and Paris. Posting will be intermittent (not, I hope, nonexistent),so feel free to use this post to start up any new discussion you like.

For those who want something to chew on, Ken Parish has returned to the fray with a series of excellent and thought-provoking posts. This one manages to move effortlessly from Gen X to economic growth in China and there’s also a discussion of Latham’s values.

Update My connections are working OK so far, but then, I’ve only got as far as Brisbane airport

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  1. Mark Bahnisch
    June 22nd, 2004 at 09:36 | #1

    An excellent article on Latham and the Third Way is in the Journal of Australian Political Economy from last year. I reviewed Latham & Botsman’s book on communities and policy in the same journal in 2002

    Scroll down on the contents page to find the links to the .pdf files

  2. June 22nd, 2004 at 10:58 | #2

    Safe return, Prof Q.

  3. June 22nd, 2004 at 11:13 | #3

    “The Road to Jerusalem”… Do readers see JQ as Bob Hope or Bing Crosby?

    Or possibly Dorothy Lamour?

  4. John Quiggin
    June 22nd, 2004 at 14:54 | #4

    As no one else has responded, I’ll plump for Bob – I don’t think anyone would ever see me as a matinee idol.

  5. k.matts
    June 22nd, 2004 at 17:22 | #5

    Ah-ha! Crosby? You can sing as well? Woohoo, multi-talented!

    Safe Journey!

  6. k.matts
    June 22nd, 2004 at 17:23 | #6

    Oops, didn’t read that properly.

    Ah-ha! Hope? A comedian? Woohoo, multi-talented!

    Safe Journey

  7. Harry Clarke
    June 23rd, 2004 at 08:38 | #7

    Enjoy your travels. Provided you can avoid suicide bombers I envy your chance to visit historic Jerusalem and hope you will give a posting on that. Have a safe journey.

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