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It’s been a minute since I’ve posted and for that I apologize. A combination of factors contributed to that: trying to get through final exams, adjusting to being back home, and just overall being busy. 922 more words
Liberal mainstream economists all seem to be lip-synching Bobby McFerrin these days.
Worried about automation? Be happy, write Laura Tyson and Susan Lund, since “these marvelous new technologies promise higher productivity, greater efficiency, and more safety, flexibility, and convenience.” 262 more words
Premier Gladys Berejiklian hand-picked her head public servant. Picture: Jonathan Ng
Berejiklian’s light rail to be caught short in peak hour– The Australian.
ANDREW CLENNELL THE AUSTRALIAN 12:00AM October 24, 2017
When NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s controversial $2.1 billion CBD light rail opens in 2019, it will have 1000 more people wanting to use it than what her Transport Minister has said is its capacity. 509 more words