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It’s been quite a while since my last email newsletter. A variety of things have kept me too busy to do more than keep up with essential obligations, but I’ve managed a little bit of free time, so here’s a summary of some of the things I’ve been doing.
As usual, I’d appreciate any compliments, brickbats, suggestions on things I should say more or less about and so on. email@example.com.
Some recent activities
I met with staff of the Investigation into the Transport of Waste into Queensland to discuss my proposal for a voucher scheme.
Talked to ABC Radio Sunshine Coast about Adani following an article in The Guardian … Not long after this, Premier Palaszczuk reversed her previous support for the project. Perhaps my article helped a bit in encouraging this outcome.
My blog post The laws of mathematics don’t apply to the LNP arguing that the LNP’s election promises don’t up was covered by media including Radio 4BC network, Guardian Australia, Cairns Post, The Mercury, trading-house.net, equities.com, Yahoo! New Zealand, NZ Finance, JohnQuiggin.com, pg 1,2 in pdf.
An article on the risks of climate change appeared in the Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics and got some coverage in Cosmos magazine
I appeared in a UK podcast, Connected and Disaffected, talking about Zombie Economics
It can also be found on ITunes and other podcast directories.
I’ve got a some events coming up, including a debate on climate change policy for the Queensland Academy of Arts and Sciences on 23 November, a talk at Emmanuel College UQ, on 24 November (Why do we still believe in Zombie Economics) and a report on the Economics Nobel Award for the Economic Society of Australia on 13 December.
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