So long and thanks for all the fish
By Mark Bahnisch on March 15, 2012
Crikey’s website is down today, so we’re publishing the latest Coal Seam Gas: Behind the Seams posts here. NB: You might like to consider donating to support the work of FAQ Research on our Coal Seam Gas project. The project […]
Posted in Behind The Seams, Economics, Energy, Environment, Policy, Politics, Process, Queensland, Sociology, State & Territory Elections | Tagged ALP, coal seam gas, Crikey, csg, Darling Downs, Economics, FAQ Research, financial markets, jobs, Poverty, Queensland election 2012, roundtable, social housing, Western Downs, youtube
By Guest Poster on August 22, 2011
Am I the only person who is thoroughly sick of the neoliberals and right-wingers carping on about the evils of the welfare state? It was, after all, they who invented it.
By Mark Bahnisch on July 28, 2011
A report by the Brookings Institution has found that clean economy jobs pay low and semi-skilled workers in the US significantly better than the median. Similar research in Australia would be very valuable in informing the carbon price debate.
By Mark Bahnisch on February 22, 2009
Various newspapers described Queensland Treasurer Andrew Fraser’s budget outlook review on Friday as providing a “trigger” for an impending poll. That’s something of a misleading formulation. But the budget position does give state Labor – perhaps paradoxically – a political […]
Posted in Economics, Queensland, State & Territory Elections | Tagged ALP, deficit, economy, global financial crisis, infrastructure, jobs, Labor, LNP, political strategy, Queensland election 2009, queensland government | 15 Responses
By Mark Bahnisch on February 10, 2009
A taste of what’s to come in the Queensland election campaign has been airing on the telly over the last few nights. One of the advantages for Labor of the early election speculation is that almost anything they do that’s […]
Posted in Creativity, Queensland, State & Territory Elections | Tagged ALP, Bligh government, Film-TV-Video etc, global financial crisis, jobs, Labor, LNP, Queensland election 2009, youtube | 30 Responses