Melbourne Institute research: no second opinion needed

Having just paid for a specialist’s string of polo ponies CMM turned to Anthony Scott’s new report on the economics of  Australia’s medical specialists in the hope of information to endorse outrage. Alas what he found was a mass of evidence and analysis carefully and comprehensively constructed.

This is a great example of the policy power of expert academic research applied in the public interest by  Professor Scott and colleagues at the University of Melbourne’s Institute for Applied Economic and Social Research. And all credit to the ANZ Bank for sponsoring it (although the bank did include a reference to credit applications on its report page, which is  curious  -specialists generally pay cash for their polo mounts.)


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