South Australia’s economic recovery is set to continue despite inflation and rising interest rates putting increased strain on household budgets.
Geoff Harcourt died at the age of 90 in Sydney on Tuesday December 7th. Geoff was an inspiring man who made a lasting impression on all those who met him. As a talented academic economist, he helped to build an excellent Department of Economics at Adelaide University at a time when Universities were much more receptive to free-thinking, eclectic scholars than perhaps they are now.
South Australia’s economic recovery is expected to continue well into the new year. Recent strong growth in business investment, a backlog of construction work, and reopening of borders will support the ongoing recovery. But the economic benefits of reopening will be diminished to the extent that it leads to fresh COVID outbreaks and voluntary social distancing.
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