On 1930s Australian Treasurer Ted Theodore’s qualities.
Biographer Paul Ormonde reflects on the title for his book on Jim Cairns – the inspirational leader of Australia’s anti-Vietnam war movement. Cairns, a controversial figure, rose to the position of Treasurer and Deputy Prime […]
E. G. Theodore, one of Australia’s most enterprising and unusual political figures, was Treasurer and Premier of Queensland and later Federal Treasurer and Deputy Prime Minister of Australia in the Scullin Labor government. Here Ross […]
Barry Jones In Search of Lost Time – A Film Story uses the lens of film itself to focus on childhood, adolescence and early adulthood, training Barry’s camera eye on the shaping forces of his character and the key turning points of his life. […]
What is driving our leaders when they make critical decisions about the economy? The Sum of Power is an exploration of the influence of economic ideas upon our leaders.
Co-Author of Giblin’s Platoon William Coleman reflects on the impact on Giblin’s career of WW1 and how Giblin politician re-emerges as Giblin the expert.
The shifting frame of ideas Politics Professor James Walter gives Keynes as an example of how the accepted frame of ideas can change, the once unorthodox can become the new status quo.
Millmow on the fascination of the 1930s and the rise of the professional economist led by Douglas Copland and L.F.Giblin
Millmow talks of his work but this time with the legendary economist L.F.Giblin looming in the background