Now that I’ve finished a draft manuscript of my book, Economics in Two Lessons, I’m getting around to jobs I’ve been putting off for a long time (I started the book in 2011), such as updating my CV. At the moment, I’m working on publications in Internet outlets such as Aeon, The Conversation and the ABC’s (sadly departed now), The Drum. I’ve listed a bunch over the fold. The titles are mostly self-explanatory, so please take a look at any that seem likely to be interesting. If you’re so inclined, please comment.
There are plenty more to come, as and when I get free time and the inclination.
Quiggin, J., Gregory, R. and Vaz, J. (2011), ‘Amid global market turmoil, can China keep our economy afloat?’, https://theconversation.com/amid-global-market-turmoil-can-china-keep-our-economy-afloat-2724,
Quiggin, J. (2012), ‘Asset sales, their part in Labor’s downfall’, http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-03-27/quiggin–/3913872,
Quiggin, J. (2012), ‘Is working harder and longer really worth it?’, http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-06-04/quiggin—productivity/4047396,
Quiggin, J. (2012), ‘Meat consumption offers food for thought on global poverty’, https://theconversation.com/meat-consumption-offers-food-for-thought-on-global-poverty-6812,
Quiggin, J. (2012), ‘The golden age’, https://aeon.co/essays/the-time-is-right-to-reclaim-the-utopian-ideas-of-keynes,
Quiggin, J. (2012), ‘There’s more to good policy than increasing GDP’, https://theconversation.com/theres-more-to-good-policy-than-increasing-gdp-7867,
Quiggin, J. (2013), ‘FactCheck: does it take three years to get approval for a mine?’, https://theconversation.com/factcheck-does-it-take-three-years-to-get-approval-for-a-mine-15702,
Quiggin, J. (2013), ‘This world is enough’, https://aeon.co/essays/we-can-end-world-poverty-without-destroying-the-planet,
Quiggin, J. (2014), ‘Piketty nitpicking: don’t rush to discard his case’, http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-05-29/quiggin-piketty-nitpicking-dont-rush-to-discard-his-case/5486290,
Quiggin, J. (2014), ‘What happiness conceals’, https://aeon.co/essays/misery-has-far-more-to-teach-us-than-happiness-does,
Quiggin, J. and et al (2015), ‘Controversial Watermark coal mine approved for New South Wales: experts respond’, https://theconversation.com/controversial-watermark-coal-mine-approved-for-new-south-wales-experts-respond-44462,
Quiggin, J. (2015), ‘Could Greek resistance bring down the EU?’, http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-07-01/quiggin-could-greek-resistance-bring-down-the-eu/6585508,
Quiggin, J. and et al (2015), ‘Obama takes ‘biggest step’ on US climate policy: experts react’, https://theconversation.com/obama-takes-biggest-step-on-us-climate-policy-experts-react-45644,
Quiggin, J. (2015), ‘Three-word slogans have left Abbott with an economic quandary’, http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-08-21/quiggin-abbotts-economic-quandary/6714896,
Quiggin, J. (2015), ‘Will Greece win Europe’s economic war?’, http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-02-27/quiggan-will-greece-win-europes-economic-war/6263782,
Quiggin, J. (2016), ‘Doing more with less: the economic lesson of Peak Paper’, https://aeon.co/ideas/doing-more-with-less-the-economic-lesson-of-peak-paper,
2 thoughts on “What I’ve been writing in the last seven years or so (Part 1)”
The happiness / unhappiness essay was a thought provoking read.
You mean you actually need to work to write up a cv? How quaint.