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Remembering Fred Argy - Reflecting on Inequality in Australia

By Dr Lynne Reeder & Paul Barratt AO

Portrait of Fred Argy

It's been one year since Fred Argy, one of Australia's most well-respected economists, passed away.

Fred Argy argued that economic policy existed to serve the hopes, aspirations and values of society; that economic strategy should contribute to the achievement of social, environmental and quality of life goals.

On the first anniversary of his death, we reflect on his contribution to improving inequality in Australia and pledge to carry on his legacy.

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