MadBadDangerous (@madbaddangerous)

Melbourne, Australia

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September 2015

Excellent historical prologue to (surprisingly) sanguine recommendation. Suggest instead: “Above all, do no harm!”::https://t.co/gQG5Vb1bg0

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We can imagine what people did for consolation before recorded music (played their own, read poetry). Still, it must have been harder.

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( + DSU more precisely) is a valuable historic asset. But increasingly hard to see it as more than a placeholder for the future.

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“WTO has been able to deliver an agreement to remove red tape at borders” (http://t.co/eaMYyF7NDw). NO! After ~2yrs 17/161 have ratified!

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“The phenomenon whereby ads are tied to the complete invasion of privacy is a recent one.”(http://t.co/dh689keR3c). Contentious solutions.

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@sdonnan aviation hub. On 4-city visit to USA in Jan passed thru Atlanta 3 times (should have been 5 cities). Also peanuts, cotton (sugar?).

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Stuart Harbinson’s analysis sharp, wise as usual. Still, it’s symptomology not aetiology::http://t.co/kwiNe4PW30

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McCloskey’s essay summarizes her cheerful theory of the robust (bourgeois) sources & successes of capitalist growth. http://t.co/jmHBjsOiXI

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RT @CoppetainPU: #WTO delegations were asked to hit the ground running post summer-break. More like tip-toe. https://t.co/0G8dkWNnFL http:/…

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@snlester @tylercowen @rodrikdani Good Q! When it worked? Germany in the late 19th C? Japan in the 1960s? Did “optimum tariffs” ever work?

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“Give healthy competition a chance” Yes. Still, a big danger the “below cost” test wd. be BS, like anti-dumping::http://t.co/CT0xrkrM9k

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RT @CoherentCrap: A tribute to Peter from Cambridge Scholars Press - http://t.co/t76W66COQz

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tylercowen @Jeffely @ericdr “Real people” are never that happy about anything, paradise would not poll above sixty percent…

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Nothing for those Greek grifters! But there’s ever a generous handout for EU dairy farmers. $AU800m yesterday…::http://t.co/lDAwaUrMtQ

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RT @AndrewDMitch: Delighted to announce forthcoming book “Non-Discrimination & the Role of Regulatory Purpose” http://t.co/BV3JAO4xGV @elga…

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Good luck to them. Still, it has usually taken longer and has been very demanding (Iraq should join too, @ but…)::https://t.co/ExApMhDXt4

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Oops… an apostrophe awry. “… its empire” https://t.co/5uf5O858NO

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Curious. Google’s logo is un-changed in one corner of it’s empire. Conservatism of the acadepic.twitter.com/Fueq57eJqUeJqU

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Clearly Krugman has no idea about contents of CHN-AU FTA or +ve micro impact in AU (agree on likely GDP impact). http://t.co/SC3jP3g9A4

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Still such “trouble” had its dramatic value. Byron’s lively heroines drive almost all the action in Don Juan::https://t.co/v77nP0Qtbc

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Is Dalí holding a selfie-stick? https://t.co/ETurNbRlLS

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“Almost all Chinese goods will be duty-free from day one of the deal”. An FTA w/ EU would effectively zero AU tariff::http://t.co/fkjk9WjAr8

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“Goose” was “Gus” was Augusta (Leigh)::https://t.co/jO4fh30Hn4

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Sensible suggestions from@snlester. Still, too often, “closed” = “selectively porous” to rent-seekers (IP, autos…)::http://t.co/oP82aAk69V

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“One wonders why any sensible American would regard Saudi Arabia as a friend of the United States.”::http://t.co/FY3cUgCpj5

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@tylercowen’s reading list for his international trade course. Naturally, it’s “interesting throughout”::http://t.co/1dkLanzLbw

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To judge from his letters to Lady Melbourne, he and his half sister had become lovers at some two years earlier::https://t.co/M3TLpvpaHI

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