The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @pwgallagher ever

March 2012

At last, a convincing account of West’s “exploitation” of Chinese factory workers - from the New Yorker! - tinyurl.com/czxvwev

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Mind, there’re aspects of the Baillieu prob’ly coulda done but didn’t approach that I like is.gd/l9NodA

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Sunlight on an old story: who gains and who loses from anti-dumping duties is.gd/dkF5LG

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In Jan this year, beach south of Chennai leached yellow from the shit of fishermen, villagers: now UNICEF provides data is.gd/EolEUv

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Australian pot and EU kettles connive on airline emission taxes tinyurl.com/7g6ck49

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Driving south thru Chennai in Jan. vast plains forested with windmills of all designs scattered ones turning tinyurl.com/6tepj76

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Obama to make wind, solar as expensive, inefficient as possible http://t.co/tMGQJs9t. Next: tax sunlight to support fusion experiments!

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Long options for $100 bn: Buy (a) 1/3 of Apple (b) 1/2 of Microsoft (c) 2/3 of Greece? iRobot? iEye (a retina display)?

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Ergas on Climate Institute’s latest effluxion: a “mixture of the incomprehensible, the incorrect and the indescribable” bit.ly/xJjbmP

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TNT delivery guy had 110 more of these in the truck for delivery this morning! pic.twitter.com/6STnp6CP

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Security as blackmail. US government finds another way to tax airline travel: a fed-up-flyer’s list. is.gd/NwEw9h

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Davidson & de Sliva deliver a good antidote to productivity chatter. Productivity best understood at micro level: is.gd/iu6Gvr

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@alanbeattie Bought your book and liked it a lot (is.gd/HM6EoF), tweets a bonus.

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Ukraine claims violation of TRIPS and GATT in WTO challenge to Australia’s cigarette plain packaging. My money wd. be on a strong defence.

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Governed by the gutless? Praise (and criticism) for Alan Beattie’s terrific little book: Who’s in Charge Here. is.gd/HM6EoF

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Dani Rodrik pulls off a trick. Allocative impacts of trade always excite the vox pop; but they’re not the main point: is.gd/bzByOP

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Recording Canto 1 of Byron’s Don Juan today. Performance lasts 3.5 hours; bit of an opera. Then two months post-productn on the audio-ebook.

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Onselen makes strong case Smith (& Houston & Hurley) right to criticise Kafer. But standing hiis.gd/Ywym2s7CwXtyoo

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@SincDavidson Tweetdeck is an extension for Chrome (although you can access directly on the Web, too). Slowly beating it into submission :-)

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Trying to set up Tweetdeck on Chrome. Driving me nuts!

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Orded an iPad 3. Making an e-pub (audio + illustrated text) of Canto 1 of Byron’s fun, sexy libertarian epic, Don Juan is.gd/h5eFm9

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No surprise; a compromise on access to investor-state disputes in the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations seems to be in the works.

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W. Swan boasts, misleads about his/Rudd’s bungling of resource rents tax just as the likely peak of the boom passes is.gd/nKWbOE

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Problem with Investor-State disputes? They enforce transparency, narrow consistency at a high (social) price & even if you win you don’t.

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Windschuttle’s rather rosy account (via Lal) of the benignity of US empire is fair, but ends just where it should begin is.gd/FewEPH

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What’s the bet Carr will find the baton in his knapsack pretty soon. Of course he can’t wave it from the other place…

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China cuts exposure to US fiscal madness, dilutes trade surplus with debt to Aus (et al) but one cheer only.. from WSJ is.gd/OU7eiX

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