My Review of Paul Cleary’s ‘Too Much Luck’
My review of Paul Cleary’s book ‘Too Much Luck’ is up at The Conversation. The original review included a discussion of the role of the exchange rate which unfortunately hit the cutting room floor, but can be found below the fold. The review draws on a monograph by Robert Carling and I making the case against a sovereign wealth fund for Australia that will be published by CIS in the New Year.
Paul has been offered the opportunity to respond.
posted on 22 November 2011 by skirchner in Commodity Prices, Economics, Foreign Investment, Media
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