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After reform:the economic policy agenda in the 21st century

That’s the title of the FH Gruen lecture I’ll be presenting at ANU on Tuesday 4 October. I’ll be talking first about the end of the era of reform that began in the early 1980s, and then about the information economy and a policy agenda for the 21st century. My starting point, that the era […]
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