Weekly roundup Saturday 13 November
Australian War Memorial 2018
Weekly roundup of links to articles, reports, podcasts and other media on current political and economic issues in public policy.
Australia given a “resubmit” mark at Glasgow. By 2050 there will be electric cars on offer.
Morrison explains the virtues of crony capitalism. Business lobbies challenged by the Australian economy’s transition from feudalism to capitalism.
Did Shakespeare have Australia in mind when he wrote Richard III? The “authentic” Morrison. In America the Democrats lick their wounds.
We’d all be safe if only children didn’t socialize. Why some business lobbies believe that the purpose of health care is to support corporate profits.
Albanese on track to overtake Morrison as preferred PM – by 2050. What Australians think of Morrison’s performance in Rome and Glasgow (spoiler – he made a poor impression).
Centre for Policy Development on COP26 outcomes. Szeps’ uncomfortable conversation asks if all men are toxic.
If you have feasted yourself on this selection, Australian websites with regular comment and analysis on economic and political developments include The Conversation, The Grattan Institute, Inside Story, The Lowy Institute, Michael West Media, Open Forum, Pearls and Irritations.
If you have comments, corrections, or links to other relevant sources, I’d like to hear from you. Please send them to Ian McAuley — ian, at the domain name ianmcauley.com