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Labor MP in the Australian Parliament. Dad of 3. Economist. Author of ‘Reconnected’, 'Innovation + Equality', 'Randomistas', 'Battlers & Billionaires' & more.

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An interesting economics study shows the impediments of imprudent inbreeding… (full paper here:…)

JobKeeper wasn’t for executive bonuses. Yet shoe sellers Accent Group paid its CEO a $1.3m bonus, while getting $24m of JobKeeper. Profits for second half of 2020 were up 60% on pre-pandemic levels. Accent should pull their sneakers on, head to the ATO & write a cheque for $24m.

@profholden Bit of a risk of the ecological fallacy here. Doesn't UNSW have access to student-level data?

With @zalisteggall and @DarrenChesterMP, we’ve launched ‘Parliamentary Friends of Running’, supporting @parkrunAU, @LittleAthsAust, @AthsAust, @IndigMaraProjct, and many other Aussie running initiatives. We’ll kick off with our first formal event early next year. #auspolrunners

As Deputy Chair of the House Economics Committee, we've delved into droves of dodginess in the banking sector. And yet the Liberals want to scrap responsible lending laws - contrary to the #1 recommendation of the Banking Royal Commission… #auspol

Today's @CanberraTimes writes up @DrGrahams fabulous Fenner lecture… You can watch it here (if you don't want your kids to see explosions, just fast forward past minutes 3, 5, 11, 22, 34, 45 & 54-60 🎇🧨🧸😀) @scienceANU @questacon

RT @auhansard_said: RT @auhansard_said: biophilia

Gay conversation therapy practises are now banned in #Canberra. Congratulations to @ABarrMLA, and his Ministers.

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