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Welcome to the Macroeconomics Blog

This blog is designed to inform and promote public and policy debates on macroeconomic and public policy issues. 

The Macroeconomics Blog is edited by Professor Warwick McKibbin. Administrative support is provided by Hong Yu.

The Macroeconomics Blog publishes work from experts across a range of relevant disciplines and topics, with regular contributions from staff at the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA).


The Editors of the Macroeconomics Blog welcome original contributions from authors from all disciplinary backgrounds with expertise on macroeconomic policy. If you are interested in contributing an article to the blog, please contact us for more details.


This blog includes reportage and opinion. The reportage and opinions on this blog are for general information only and are not financial advice. The opinions expressed in articles and comments on this blog are those of the individual authors and do not represent the opinions of the editors, or the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, the Crawford School of Public Policy, the ANU, or the institutions to which the authors are attached.


The Macroeconomics Blog welcomes comments on articles that engage in the research and policy debate, add depth to analysis and bring up important new issues. All comments are moderated by the editorial team and the editors retain the right to refuse and edit comments at any time.

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The Macroeconomics Blog uses a Creative Commons Licence. All articles and comments on this blog are licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs-3.0-Unported Licence.

In submitting a contribution, authors grant the Macroeconomics Blog a perpetual, royalty-free, worldwide licence to publish and communicate the material in any format under this Creative Commons Licence. This allows the work published online on the Macroeconomics Blog to be distributed under different terms and conditions to normal copyright.

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