Rowe’s ripper of a speech

WA Economic Regulation Authority chairman Lyndon Rowe will not be taking himself too seriously in his planned keynote address at the third Curtin Institute Public Policy Forum breakfast at the Parmelia Hilton on July 5. Mr Rowe describes the theme of his address on an invite as: “Ensuring public policy results in public benefit – some perspectives from ‘Jack the Ripper’ and ‘Dracula’.” The Note was wondering if Mr Rowe had taken some notes while chief of the WA Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Once Mr Rowe sharpens his teeth, he will offer another perspective: “Ensuring public policy serves the public interest not vested interest – some perspectives from a believer in the role of markets.” The forum is an initiative of the John Curtin Institute of Public Policy and its mission is to “bring business, government and academia together for mutual advantage”.

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