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Doughnut economics article turned into a podcast episode

I was asked to read my Conversation article, that was also republished by the ABC and The New Daily, for an episode of the Climactic podcast. https://omny.fm/shows/climactic-1/warwick-smith-stay-in-the-doughnut-not-the-hole-ho/embed

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Interviewed for ABC Podcast ‘The Signal’. How the dole bludger was born.

I was interviewed about the history of unemployment in Australia and, more specifically, the history of how Australia has treated unemployed workers. We haven’t always been so punitive. For about 25 years after WW2 unemployment was seen as a collective … Continue reading

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Interviewed for podcast: “Is it worth voting?”

By Warwick Smith I was interviewed by Abla George for the first of a new podcast series InformMyOpinion. The topic, “is it worth voting?”, was prompted by record levels of disengagement in politics in the UK in the leadup to … Continue reading

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