THE ROLE OF THE STATE IN THE MODERN ECONOMY
DR RICHARD DENNISS
JANE CARO AM
Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, in arrangement with WOMADelaide Festival’s Planet Talks Program
Discussing his latest book, Big: The Role of the State in the Modern Economy, Dr Richard Denniss outlines how all the big challenges of the 21st century, from climate change to the impact of big tech on our democracy, will require more government spending, regulation and, most importantly, more creativity in thinking about the role of Government.
Richard Denniss is Chief Economist at the Australia Institute, a Canberra based think tank. He writes regularly for The Guardian and The Monthly and has written six other books. He is renowned for translating what he calls “Econobabble” into plain English.
Dr Denniss will be in-conversation with social commentator Jane Caro AM.
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