ALP’s Christmas cheer just got dearer

In The Australian today:

“It’s official: Wayne Swan was good for the birds. That’s according to this year’s Christmas Price Index, which measures the cost of buying the items listed in The Twelve Days of Christmas in Australia on a basis strictly comparable to a similar calculation by the PNC Financial Services Group for the US.”

About Henry Ergas

Henry Ergas is a columnist for The Australian newspaper and the inaugural Professor of Infrastructure Economics at the SMART Infrastructure Facility at the University of Wollongong. The SMART Infrastructure Facility is a $61.8 million world-class research and training centre concerned with integrated infrastructure solutions for the future. Henry is also Senior Economic Adviser to Deloitte Australia. Prior to these concurrent roles Henry worked as a consultant economist at NECG, CRA International and Concept Economics. Henry's previous career was as an economist at the OECD in Paris, where amongst other roles he headed the Secretary-General’s Task Force on Structural Adjustment and was Counsellor for Structural Policy in the Economics Department.
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4 Responses to ALP’s Christmas cheer just got dearer

  1. Baldrick

    Come back Wayne. All is forgiven. We miss you … nah, just kidding!

  2. Tintarella di Luna

    Wayne Swan, swan by name goose by nature – he’s certainly for the birds.

  3. steve

    It irritates me that someone that raped the economy can sit back and say “no really, I was good” while I am still paying the arsehole to sit up the back of the room

  4. blind freddy

    Henry
    Posted on 2:49 am, December 23, 2013 by Henry Ergas
    Question–when do you sleep

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