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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Warwick McKibbin December 2009 lecture on Macro-Economics

This is the guy in the elite think-tank that pushes for a One World Government in the same 10 Region design via the Global Climate Change Carbon Tax implementation...the 10 region One World Government design is effectually outlined in brief by the Bible's Apocalypse (John's Revelation) and the Book of Daniel as a future happening under the coming Anti-Christ. Though a secular speech, Christians should enter this lecture with the above background of insight, allowing sobriety and greater clarity to the hearer.




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Governing the economy: The challenges ahead. Warwick McKibbin

The past 30 years have seen a shift away from the post-war approach of governmental guidance and regulation of the economy towards an approach stressing more the primacy, efficiency and self-regulating character of markets. Most recently, the global financial crisis and the now near-universally accepted reality of climate change, have again raised fundamental questions about how best to govern a modern economy. At this symposium, Governing the Economy, organised by the Whitlam Institute and the University of Western Sydney, Professor of Economics (ANU) and former Reserve Bank board member Warwick McKibbin looks at the economic landscape today and the major challenges facing the Australian economy in the future.

Sydney, December 2009


Source:

Whitlam Institute


Duration: 31m 55s

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