Media 2014

4 December 2014
The problem with a ‘living wage’
By James Morley
The Conversation

1 December 2014
Rates tipped to stay on hold in final RBA decision for 2014
By Timo Henckel
FatCat.com.au

18 November 2014
Australia China FTA: Canberra’s wine, services sector says cheers
By Andy Stoeckel
The Canberra Times

18 November 2014
Making climate policy from a debate driven by extremes
By Warwick McKibbin
Financial Review

14 November 2014
Australia focuses on Asian trade
By Warwick McKibbin
ANU News

11 November 2014
Economics extraordinaire, Professor Warwick McKibbin
By Warwick McKibbin
Switzer Super Report

4 November 2014
Quantitative easing is over, but can Joe Hockey stop worrying about rising inequality?
By James Morley
The Conversation

3 November 2014
RBA’s holding pattern is likely to stay, for now
By Timo Henckel
The Conversation

30 October 2014
Ebola’s timely lesson
By Warwick McKibbin
Australian Financial Review

29 October 2014
Palmer deal gives green light to Direct Action – experts react
By Frank Jotzo and others
The Conversation

23 October 2014
Brazilians split over choice of two very different government paths
By Patrick Carvalho
The Conversation

20 October 2014
2014-10-20 China’s 13th Five-Year Energy Plan
By Warwick McKibbin
CRIENGLISH.com

13 October 2014
Could girls be better off in single-sex schools?
By Alison Booth
The Canberra Times

10 October 2014
Norway is right to reassess its sovereign wealth fund
By Samuel Wills, Rick van der Ploeg, Ton van den Bremer
Vox

9 October 2014
More HECS interest won’t fix cost: experts
By Bruce Chapman and Tim Higgins
News.com.au

Spring 2014
Getting better by design
By Warwick McKibbin
Advance

4 August 2014
Rate hike case is building, says ANU
Shadow Board
The Australian Financial Review

2014
Conversations with Eminent Labour Economists
Alison Booth is interviewed by Boyd Hunter
Australian Journal of Labour Economics, vol 17 (1), 2014

Winter 2014
On the money
By Renee Fry-McKibbin and Timo Henckel
Advance

21 May 2014
Prof Stephen King (Monash) interviewed on Public Policy and Regulation
By Jan Libich
John Libich’s one-hour interviews

19 May 2014
Interest rates to stay steady until 2016, says Saul Eslake
By Saul Slake
The Canberra Times

9 May 2014
Crisis envy and the budget: a Very Serious Problem
By James Morley
The Conversation

8 May 2014
A/Prof Frank Jotzo (ANU) interviewed on Economics and Policy of Climate Change
By Jan Libich
John Libich’s one-hour interviews

29 April 2014 Prof John Piggott (UNSW) interviewed on Pensions Systems and Retirement Financing
By Jan Libich
John Libich’s one-hour interviews

14 April 2014
Patrick Carvalho speaks to The Business
By Patrick Carvalho
ABC News

31 March 2014
Warnings multiply as house prices continue on their roll
By Timo Henckel
Australian Financial Review

24 March 2014
Brazil: the awoken giant stumbles
By Patrick Carvalho
The Conversation

21 March 2014 Prof Bruce Chapman (ANU) interviewed on Education Financing: Government as Risk Manager?
By Jan Libich
John Libich’s one-hour interviews

3 March 2014
Spectre of rising unemployment to weigh on rates decision
By Timo Henckel
The Conversation

10 February 2014
Ticky speaks to Warwick McKibbin
By Warwick McKibbin
The Business

4 February 2014
Waiting game on economy means RBA should hold
By Timo Henckel
The Conversation

31 January 2014
A Prominent Economist and Quiet Businessman, Alan Blinder Seeks Lending Reviva
Comments of Sherrill Shaffer
The Street

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