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Quiggin’s Economics in Two Lessons should be on ECON101 reading lists for decades to come

John Quiggin, the UQ Vice Chancellor’s Senior Fellow in Economics, has a new book out, Economics in Two Lessons: Why Markets Work so Well, and Why They Can Fail so Badly, which I can highly recommend. I’ve enjoyed dipping in … Continue reading

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