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Transcript of Megaprojects chat with Marion Terrill of Grattan

A couple of weeks ago I spoke with Marion Terrill of the Grattan Institute regarding her new report on The Rise of Megaprojects (check out Megaprojects chat with Marion Terrill from Grattan). Marion made so many excellent points in the discussion … Continue reading

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Megaprojects chat with Marion Terrill from Grattan

The Queensland Government’s troubled Cross River Rail project is a good example of a multi-billion-dollar Megaproject at risk of cost blowouts and falling short of projected benefits, as I posted on last week (Cross River Rail scrutinised by Grattan and … Continue reading

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Certified Corona-Immunity as a Resource with Prof. Benno Torgler, QUT – Economics Explained ep.30

Yesterday I interviewed QUT’s Professor Benno Torgler for my latest Economics Explained episode about a new paper he has co-authored: Certified Corona-Immunity as a Resource and Strategy to Cope with Pandemic Costs. Professor Benno Torgler is Professor of Economics in the … Continue reading

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Remarkable cost-cutting performance from Queensland Government

Average input costs for Queensland Government activities appear to have declined by up to 5 per cent since mid-2012, based on State Accounts data from Queensland Treasury, assuming State Government activity mostly drives the State and local general government consumption … Continue reading

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