Here we go again

  1. Twitter
    I’ve been on twitter for almost ten years. Because of the time I’ve spent on twitter, I know the networks. If there’s a piece on macro policy, or a niche area of labour market policy, I know whose twitter stream is likely to have a thread written about it. This is something that comes with time. Time that most women, juggling family and work responsibilities, don’t have the time to devote.
  2. Blog post
    Writing the first draft of this piece, formulating the argument figuring out the appropriate evidence, finding articles to cite, took me a couple of hours in a cafe (thank you to the patient staff at Sonny Ray in Hawthorn, highly recommend). Something not many women have the time to do.
A thread from Steve Hou explaining some of the issues around a narrow focus for the RBA

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Econo nerd. Kitten-obsessed but it's validated by my other occupation - one of the editors-in-chief @econlolcats. Also tweets from @act_yen. Usual disclaimers

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Gaby D'Souza

Gaby D'Souza

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Econo nerd. Kitten-obsessed but it's validated by my other occupation - one of the editors-in-chief @econlolcats. Also tweets from @act_yen. Usual disclaimers