Reconstruction can blow post-virus dog days away. Australian Financial Review. Tuesday 18th August 2020.
Bouncing back from COVID: How renewables can make Australia a manufacturing Superpower. Diplomates Podcast. Monday 11th May 2020.
Powering Up: Opportunities for Australian Manufacturing in the Era of Renewables. Australia Institute. Friday 8th May 2020
The Stimulus Summit: A renewables-led Economic Recovery. Smart Energy Council. Wednesday 6th May 2020.
Our Green Super Future. The Deal Magazine, The Australian. Friday 20th March 2020.
Australia as a Sustainability Superpower. AEGN Virtual Conference. Wednesday 18th March 2020.
How on Earth: Christiana Figueres and Ross Garnaut on Climate Solutions Now conversation. The Wheeler Centre Events. Friday 13th March 2020.
Zero net carbon choice: do we want to be losers or winners? Opinion in the Sydney Morning Herald. Ross Gittins. 29th January 2020.
Dangers for Australia, International Trade Melbourne Economic Forum #3, July 3 2019, MEF International Trade Ross Garnaut 3 July 2019
Speech given at Robert James Lee Hawke’s State Memorial Service, 14 June 2019, Sydney Opera House. Ross Garnaut speech, RJLH State Memorial Service, 14 June 2019
Bob Hawke: Australia’s Greatest Prime Minister, The Australian Financial Review, Friday 5 May 2019. Bob Hawke Australia’s Greatest Prime Minister_AFR 17 May 2019
Dog Days are here to stay without more productivity, The Australian Financial Review, 7 May 2019, Dog Days Recurring_AFR May 2019
Ross Garnaut’s Plenary Speech at the 2018 Social and Economic Outlook Conference part of Plenary 2: Politicians Delivering Change, University of Melbourne, October 11 2018
Ross Garnaut’s Introductory Remarks as moderator of Session 7B: China- Australia: Bumps in the Road, 2018 Social and Economic Outlook Conference, University of Melbourne, October 12 2018
Good Policy Vs Poor Politics At Outlook 2018 The Pursuit, University of Melbourne, October 16 2018
Rent-heavy economy ripe for reform, says ’80s reformer Ross Garnaut – The Australian Financial Review, 4 September 2018
Ross Garnaut’s tax reform plan for more business investment – The Australian Financial Review, 3 September 2018
The 2017 Budget in History, The Pursuit, The University of Melbourne, 23 May 2017
Podcast of Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy: Old Visions, New Realities– Sydney Democracy Network, The University of Sydney, 7 September 2016 Festival of Democracy
Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy: Old Visions, New Realities – Sydney Democracy Network, The University of Sydney, 7 September 2016
Economic Analysis versus Business Rent-Seeking: the Eclipse of Analysis in Australia, powerpoint notes from presentation delivered at the 18th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Melbourne, 19 June 2015
Second Melbourne Economic Forum “Financial System Reform and the Monetary System” 25 September 2014 (Link to video recording of the forum: available here)
First Melbourne Economic Forum “Macroeconomic Prospects for Australia” 21 July 2014 (Link to video recording of the forum: available here)
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Dog Days: Australia After The Boom by Ross Garnaut, released November 2013. published by Black Inc, Melbourne.
A blueprint for the nation after the boom.
Australians have just lived through a period of exceptional prosperity, but, says influential economist Ross Garnaut, the Dog Days are on their way. Are we ready for the challenges ahead?
In Dog Days, Garnaut explains how we got here, what we can expect next and the tough choices we need to make to survive the new economic conditions. Are we clever enough – and our leaders courageous enough – to change what needs to be changed and preserve a fair and prosperous Australia?
This is a book about the future by a leading adviser to government and business, someone with a proven record of seeing where the nation is going. Both forecast and analysis, it heralds a new era for Australia after the boom.
Praise for Dog Days:
“This book is a must-read for anyone concerned with the economic and social future of Australia. Garnaut brings to the task one of our most penetrating economic minds in an astringent analysis of the challenges facing us. He presents a wide-ranging and detailed set of policies to meet those challenges successfully. The book is lucid, compelling and unburdened by political bias.”—Bob Hawke
‘a brilliant guide to the future of the Australian economy’—Max Corden
‘the nation’s most prophetic economist’—Ross Gittins
Media related to Dog Days
Ross Garnaut and Craig Emerson discuss issues arising from Dog Days in three YouTube videos:
Australia’s Boom-Bust History posted on 29 November 2013
Averting a Recession posted on 3 December 2013
Declining Political Morality posted on 5 December 2013
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3 June 2013: Professor Garnaut gave a lengthy interview to Financial Review Sunday TV late last week. A few sentences were played from that on the Financial Review Sunday program on the morning of 2 June 2013. To see in full what Professor Garnaut said in the interview, click here
Monetary Policy and the Exchange Rate after Australia’s China Resources Boom – powerpoint presentation used in the ‘Monetary Policy and the Exchange Rate for the End of the Resources Boom: Two Different Views’ seminar with Ross Garnaut and Peter Jonson at the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, The University of Melbourne, 24 May 2013
Australia and Resources in the Asian Century – Keynote Presentation to the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society’s 57th Annual Conference “Economics, Agriculture, and Natural Resources in the Asian Century”, Sydney, 6 February 2013
Reflections on the Economics of Australia’s Carbon Price – Presentation to The University of Queensland’s Second Risk and Sustainable Management Group Workshop “Carbon Pricing: Early Experience and Future Prospects”, Brisbane, 25 October 2012
HC Coombs Policy Forum: an opportunity for national consultation on the Draft Report of the Productivity Commission on Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements – video presentation by Ross Garnaut, Canberra, 25 August 2010