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Op-Eds - 2009

‘The seasonal satisfaction index’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 26 December 2009.

‘Labour Should Not Takes its Eyes Off the Target’, The Dominion Post (NZ), 21 December 2009.

‘Big spending, poor results’, The Australian, 16 December 2009.

‘Kiwi Monetary Muddle’, The Wall Street Journal, 23 November 2009.

‘Doomsayer Does His Dough’, The Australian, 18 November 2009.

‘End of Trend is Nigh for Central Bank Sales of Gold’, The Age, 17 November 2009.

‘More houses, not taxes’, The Australian, 12 November 2009.

‘US Dollar Down But Not Out as Kingpin of Global Finance’, The Australian, 5 November 2009. p. 28.

‘Forecasters sell Australia short’, Australian Financial Review, 14 October 2009. p. 63.

‘Canberra’s Investment Confusion’, Wall Street Journal, 29 September 2009.

‘Prophet der Pleite’, Juedische Allgemeine, 17 September 2009. (German) (with Oliver Hartwich)

‘Hewson Manifesto Was Ahead of its Time’, The Australian, 15 September 2009.

‘Economist with a Nose for Trouble’, The Age, 10 September 2009. (with Oliver Hartwich)

‘Treasurer’s Liberalisation Measures Should Go Deeper’, The Canberra Times, 5 August 2009.

‘NZ Tries Harder for Foreign Cash’, The Age, 31 July 2009.

‘Economic Debate Suffers from Too Much Reserve’, The Australian Financial Review, 24 July 2009.

‘End the Budget Sideshow’, The Australian, 15 July 2009. (with Robert Carling)

‘Short-Term Fixes Help Nobody’, The Weekend Australian, 20 June 2009. p. 19.

‘A Bother Over Banks’, Business Spectator, 20 June 2009.

‘Can’t Stop the Music’, Business Spectator, 10 June 2009.

‘The Madding Crowding Out’, The Age, 22 May 2009.

‘Hey Big Spender, Stop Stimulating’, The Australian, 14 May 2009.

‘Fear Canberra, Not Beijing’,  Business Spectator, 1 April 2009.

Should Keynes Have a Seat at the G20 Table?’ Australian Financial Review, 28-29 March 2009. pp. 28-29.

‘Don’t blame Greenspan’s monetary policy’, The Age, 19 March 2009.

‘Foreign Interest is All Win for Australia’, The Australian, 4 March 2009.

‘Plan delivers little bang for very big bucks’,  The Australian, 4 February 2009.

Public Will Wear the Risk’, Australian Financial Review, 28 January 2009.

Keynes was Wrong About the Paradox of Thrift’, The Australian Financial Review, 13 January 2009. p. 47.

posted on 22 June 2009 by skirchner

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