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A year in columns

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I'm back in Christchurch for the summer. When I lectured at Canterbury, I often helped coordinate and host Erskine visiting fellows. With international borders closed, Canterbury's had to scrape the bottom of some barrels. So, I'm back as an Erskine. I'll be talking with the students in the Masters "Advanced Applications in Finance and Economics" on writing in economics. I figured I should look back over the columns I'd written this year. There are more of them than I'd thought. I've bolded some of the better ones. I'm sure I forgot to blog some of these; apologies. Rising living costs hitting the poorest: look at the policy choices that got us there. [Dom Post]Covid and Great Policy Resets? Start with housing. [Newsroom]Puke Ariki and the Mothers of Invention [Insights]What if the best

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I'm back in Christchurch for the summer. When I lectured at Canterbury, I often helped coordinate and host Erskine visiting fellows. With international borders closed, Canterbury's had to scrape the bottom of some barrels. So, I'm back as an Erskine. 

I'll be talking with the students in the Masters "Advanced Applications in Finance and Economics" on writing in economics. 

I figured I should look back over the columns I'd written this year. There are more of them than I'd thought. I've bolded some of the better ones. I'm sure I forgot to blog some of these; apologies.

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