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Goodbye and thanks.

Trevor CookJan 27, 20101 Comment

I have a busy year ahead of me. I am in the throes of doing the interviews for my PhD (the fun bit) and then comes the hard bit - the analysis and writing. I'm very much looking forward

Grammar Obsessive Disorder (G.O.D.) - anyone you know?

Trevor CookNov 11, 2009

More, not less, equality needed for economic growth

Trevor CookNov 10, 20095 Comments

Now the attention of Australian policy-makers is turning to maximising prosperity, understood as GDP growth, over the next few years. The Australian's

Asylum seekers: too tough or too humane

Trevor CookNov 3, 2009

Rudd's 'tough but humane' bob each way rhetoric on asylum seekers was always a crock but hey worth a try and great if you can get away with it. Today's

Copenhagen loses appeal for Obama

Trevor CookOct 26, 20091 Comment

The much-heralded Copenhagen conference looks like it is about to be dealt a fatal blow, with the Obama administration in

Women's unhappiness and drugs

Trevor CookOct 19, 2009

Barbara Ehrenreich: It's an old story: If you want to sell something, first find the te

Office work doesn't need to be boring

Trevor CookOct 17, 2009

Mark Scott should talk to Oliver Stone

Trevor CookOct 16, 2009

Before ABC managing director takes his organisation down the path of the so-called pro-am model (no-one knows what thi

In Sydney, adultery is bad but property is really serious

Trevor CookSep 4, 2009

This week a couple of big media stories gave us another epiphany on the Sydney psyche. Della Bosca's

Laziness is not the way to the Lodge

Trevor CookJul 30, 2009

Malcolm Turnbull has failed on two fronts this week, political donations and the ETS legislation. The idea that the Opposition will oppose the Government's reforms on political donation