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Sooner or later I’m going to blog on the coalition’s energy policy

The coalition are screwing up so much happening right now, that pretty much nobody I’ve been reading has mentioned how much they are screwing up energy policy. I think it is something to do with complexity. I work largely in the energy industry, and even with energy professionals, people still aren’t sure what the hell the coalition is doing.

So I will blog this…at some point.

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  • Plus what about ghost acres? Need to reread my Pomeranz after this. 2 hours ago
  • It is quite late...hmm..@richdhw any of the preceding tweets make sense to you? 2 hours ago
  • So capital's return might be exaggerated in the countries we have good records for because poor returns are concentrated in the poor world. 2 hours ago
  • If it's significant then r pre-1950 would be exaggerated I think. Which hurts his argument quite a lot. 2 hours ago
  • ...while lower yielding industries were located in the periphery. Not sure how significant this is nor how to work it out yet. 2 hours ago
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Paul Sagar

Left Outside is always worth a read for passionate, and frequently irreverent, analysis and comment.

Sunny Hundal

Oi! Enough of the cheek!

Chris Dillow

Left Outside is, I think, entirely wrong

John Band

This might be the least well informed piece I’ve read on LC, which is quite an accolade.

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