NEWSFLASH! In September I will join The Conversation as its Business and Economy Editor. I have been honoured to work at The Age for the past ten years, originally alongside the legendry Tim Colebatch, and for the past four years as economics editor in my own right.

At The Conversation, my job will be to make the best thinking from Australia's 40 univerisites accessible to the widest possible audience. That means you. From the new year I will also write a weekly column.

On this site are most of the important things I have written for Fairfax and the ABC over the past few decades. I recommend the Search function. The site is a record for you, as well as me.

I'll continue to post great things from The Conversation and other places here, and also on Twitter and Facebook. Enjoy.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Keating - classic, timeless, priceless


...and also wrong, in my view.

Nevertheless - great - at times very funny - listening.

From this morning's Radio National breakfast.

Download or just play for the full ten minutes.

He sounds as if he'd be happiest if we diverted 100% per cent of our money into super.

But in the meantime he'd like us to divert more. He has a vision. And he is always worth a listen.



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