Politics in the Pub: Richard Denniss' newest book

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John Sherborne
Andrew Pengilley
Savannah Benson
barry mayfield
Christina Sainsbury
James Campbell
Jessica O’Riley
Joan Cornish
Narelle Minton
Grahame Best
Kelly-Ann Stuart
Ben Aquilina
William Bush
Gisela Puellen-Gordon
Thomas Petricevic
Dominic O’ Sullivan
David Hennessy
Susan Davidson
Ronald Jelleff
Glenda waring
Peter Morgan
Stephen Wootten
Stephen Padgham
Douglas Hynd
Keith Helyar
Matthew Trpkovski
Joan O'Callaghan
Simone King
Ben Johnston

Will you come?

Join Richard Denniss, chief economist at The Australia Institute, for a special Politics in the Pub 6pm Wednesday 30th January for an exclusive preview of his upcoming book!

Building on the success of Richard's ground-breaking Quarterly Essay, Richard has expanded on the ideas he explored in the essay into book, Dead Right: How neoliberalism ate itself and what comes next.

In Dead Right, Richard Denniss explores what neoliberalism has done to Australia. For decades, we have been led to believe that the private sector does everything better, that governments can’t afford to provide the high-quality services they once did, but that security and prosperity for all are just around the corner. In fact, Australians are now less equal, millions of workers have no sick leave or paid holidays, and housing is unaffordable for many. Deregulation, privatisation and trickle-down economics have, we are told, delivered us twenty-seven years of growth ... but to what end?

Richard's book Dead Right is due to be released on 11th February, so come along and get the scoop from Richard on what's inside.

WHEN
January 30, 2019 at 6pm - 7pm
WHERE
ANU Pop-Up Village & Bar