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Sunstein’s Cost-Benefit Revolution is recommended reading

While economists often lament that governments don’t use cost-benefit analysis enough, Harvard Law Professor and former US regulatory czar Cass Sunstein offers a much more optimistic perspective in his excellent 2018 book The Cost-Benefit Revolution, which I’ve only just got … Continue reading

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New Townsville – guest post by Colin Dwyer

I am delighted to publish this guest post by Colin Dwyer of DS Economics on the Townsville economy’s improving prospects. The views expressed are Colin’s and should not necessarily be attributed to me. GT New Townsville In this essay Founder … Continue reading

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Sweetheart deal to lure Land 400 “war machine” contract winner to Qld undesirable

If we want the most efficient and productive economy possible, with the largest number of sustainable jobs, then we should aim to minimise the taxes and charges on all businesses, not just the favoured few which have the resources to … Continue reading

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