Blog Back

After an eye-opening secondment at Treasury (when I started in July 2008, people were still talking about skill shortages), this week saw me back at my regular gig at ANU. I’ll miss the rich information flow, the daily policy debate over coffee, and Treasury friends. But I’m also enjoying the freedom to play with a range of projects, catching up with ANU mates, and (of course) getting to blog again. At least for the first little while, I’ll probably only be posting once a week or so, and will also be cross-posting to Joshua Gans’ multi-author Core Economics blog.

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7 Responses to Blog Back

  1. hc says:

    Welcome back Andrew.

    The event of transferring from academe to Treasury and back deserves documentation.

    Presumably there were gains-from-trade to you and, presumably them.

  2. Trevor Cairney says:

    Glad to have you (and the blog) back Andrew. Trevor

  3. Mark Davis says:

    Welcome back Andrew.

  4. conrad says:


  5. Jacques Chester says:

    Andrew, welcome back to ozblogistan.

  6. Patrick says:

    welcome back!

  7. Michael says:

    Welcome back, Andrew.



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