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Adam Creighton
Economics Editor, The Australian, Australia's biggest selling national newspaper.
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Australia urged to make nuclear leap
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Claire Lehmann Mar 28
Good piece
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Gray Connolly Mar 28
This by is superb in its brutal honesty: "Typically, landlords tend to be older and richer; perhaps they should take most of the hit given people have lost their jobs and businesses in large part to save the elderly."
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Truth Serum Mar 27
Replying to @Adam_Creighton
Fabulous article 👏 End of days for the world’s grifters
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Mark Henderson Mar 27
Today's MUST READ article of the day by Leaner, meaner generation ahead
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Adam Creighton Mar 27
Leaner, meaner generation ahead. Bosses will question the value of staff who they haven’t seen in weeks, who have produced quite little — apart from social media posts with “”.
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Campbell Newman Mar 27
nails it again. It won't be business as usual when the immediate crisis had passed. And a lot of jobs wont be there anymore.
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Leaner, meaner generation ahead. Bosses will question the value of staff who they haven’t seen in weeks, who have produced quite little — apart from social media posts with “”.
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Mark Higgie Mar 27
.’s observation still holds up well: in Australia there are now 3,166 infections with 13 deaths (0.4% mortality). Compare with the UK: 11,813 with 578 deaths (5% mortality) - over 10 times the Australian death rate. Astonishing difference.
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Adam Creighton Mar 26
Spanish flu calamity repeat ‘unlikely’: Barro
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Keelster Mar 25
Great to see providing quality info right now, it is much appreciated - don't underestimate what a vital job you are doing! 👌
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James M Miller Mar 25
and are the best economics writers in Australia.
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Richard Yetsenga Mar 25
Good piece . One complication this time is how you engineer the policy response when you are deliberately trying to shut down a large share of private activity. Simply repeating the 2008 response wont work.
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Eric Robledo Mar 25
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Thanks heaps for putting things into perspective, Adam. I mean it. 👍🏼
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Adam Creighton Mar 25
Find me another major country where thousands of top officials earn $400k to $1m.
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Adam Creighton Mar 25
Replying to @Johnkehoe23
Spot on John. We have the highest paid public sector executives in the world. Is that morally sustainable with 10% unemployment?
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Adam Creighton Mar 25
‘Eerie similarities’ between Depression, virus crisis.
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John Kehoe Mar 25
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This is a good start but really our higher paid politicians/public servants earning, say, >$250k should probably take pay cuts to share pain with ordinary ppl losing income/jobs
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Maz Jovanovich Mar 24
Times are tough, but we Aussies still have a lot to be thankful for👇 Take it from an Aussie abroad, who wishes she was home...
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Adam Creighton Mar 24
EXCLUSIVE: Judges, ministers, fat cats and staffers to forgoe 2% July pay rise, as government seeks to share economic pain.
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