University Associate, School of Economics and Finance, University of Tasmania
Graeme Wells teaches and publishes in a variety of areas in macroeconomics and economic policy. He has also held teaching and research positions at ANU and universities in Wellington, Oslo, Santa Barbara and Guelph. In addition to his academic work, Dr Wells has been a consultant to a variety of policy-making agencies such as the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, The New Zealand Treasury, The Australian Treasury and EPAC. For a number of years was Co Editor of the journal 'Agenda', which provides a forum for debate on current policy issues in Australia and New Zealand.
Excerpt from QA, May 30, 2016. Our foreign debt is approaching $1 trillion, which is extraordinary. Last year it was $74 billion. Independent senator for South Australia Nick Xenophon, speaking on QA, May 30,...