Pushing our luck panel discussion Avid Reader will be holding a panel discussion for Pushing our luck with Jesse Richardson (of dontbeaf***ingidiot.com fame), Dr Mark Bahnisch, Professor John Quiggin and Pushing Our Luck editor and CPD executive director Miriam Lyons. Attend this free event… more
Posts by John Quiggin
Experts line up to challenge tax discontent CPD Fellows have won us exposure in international publication, The Economist. No less than three articles about Australian tax policy in the respected magazine last week benefited from the expertise of John Quiggin (pictured)… more
Wayne Swan’s Budget speech opened with a commendation of ‘this Labor budget’ and closed with an invocation of the past Labor governments which ‘managed the transition from a closed economy to an open economy competing in the world.’ But does… more
John Quiggin calls for, if not a People’s bank, at least a new inquiry into the financial system.
John Quiggin questions the long- term implications of the financial crisis: The implications of the current crisis seem likely to be as equally profound as those of the 1970s inflationary recession that saw the failure of Keynesian economic management. While… more
Centre for Policy Development fellow John Quiggin explains why, in the context of the current global financial crisis, the flow of Public Private Partnerships (PPP) projects have come to a halt, and are unlikely to be revived.
In a new discussion paper, ‘The Risk Society: social democracy in an uncertain world’, CPD fellow John Quiggin examines the role of government as the ultimate risk manager. He argues that risk will be the defining concept of the 21st… more
CPD fellow John Quiggin examines the role of government as the ultimate risk manager. He argues that risk will be the defining concept of the 21st century, the way that globalisation was for the 1990s.
Budgets used to be the central focus of debate over macroeconomic policy and the likely outlook for unemployment and inflation, writes John Quiggin. This is now done by monetary policy, which has killed off public debate about macroeconomic issues. If… more