Joe Branigan is an economist specialising in fiscal policy, the economic regulation of utilities and transport infrastructure, and resources economics. He has worked at the Federal Treasury and Productivity Commission and was an economic advisor to the United States Ambassador to Australia when Australia hosted the G20 and APEC meetings in the mid-2000s. He is currently a senior research fellow with the SMART Infrastructure Group at the University of Wollongong and a consultant economist with Green Square Associates (with Professor Henry Ergas).
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Time for the federal government and the states to get serious about real science on the reef. The reef will never be well enough for the Greens. For them it... is on a perpetual death row. https://www.theaustralian.com.au/commentary/great-barrier-reef-snorkel-diplomacy-sways-unesco/news-story/defa2e136e4cf880d15ae6b7a2fac2a1
At least we have a minister that acknowledges the problem, which unfortunately has become institutionalised and metastasised. ... https://www.theaustralian.com.au/inquirer/lessons-in-failure-on-education-need-to-be-learnt/news-story/caf28295dab28deffb81758a65411997