Gittins' Gospel: The economics of just about everything
Can any other economics guru claim to write the column in a daily newspaper that people turn to first?
Or to pack the auditorium at a literary festival?
Be it climate change, productivity, fairness, industrial relations, terrorism, media, the mining boom, the GFC, refugees and even economists themselves, every thorny topic under the sun is covered in sane and rational fashion.
Gittins' Gospel collects the best of Ross's dispatches and explains almost everything you need to know about how Australia and the world works. And where it's going.
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