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The Dirty Country – corruption in Australia


Speakers


Amber Schultz Associate Editor

Amber Schultz

Associate Editor @AmberMaySchultz
Amber is the Associate Editor at Crikey. She has been shortlisted for two Young Walkley Awards, was the 2021 Mumbrella Young Writer of the Year for her coverage of sexual violence, and in 2018 completed the Jacoby-Walkley scholarship. She holds two Master degrees and previously worked for The Age, Nine News and ABC's Tonightly.
Bernard Keane Politics Editor

Bernard Keane

Politics Editor @BernardKeane
Bernard is Crikey's political editor. Before that he was Crikey's Canberra press gallery correspondent, covering politics, national security and economics. Bernard was a policy adviser and speechwriter in transport and communications. He is also the author of several books dealing with politics and related issues, including War on the Internet.
Richard Holden Contributor

Richard Holden

Contributor @profholden
Richard is Professor of Economics and the director of the Economics of Education Knowledge Hub at the UNSW Business School. He is also the co-director of the New Economic Policy Initiative, and President-elect of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. His research focuses on contract theory, organizational economics, law and economics, and political economy.
Han Aulby Executive Director

Han Aulby

Executive Director
Han is the Executive Director of the Centre for Public Integrity, which has researched corruption risk and integrity policy reform since 2015, including kickstarting the project to design and establish a National Integrity Commission in 2017.

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