Beyond the temporal

Beyond the temporal

Hidden Innovation: Policy, Industry and the Creative Sector

by Stuart Cunningham

University of Queensland Press, $35 pb, 252 pp, 9780702249556

According to one study cited in Stuart Cunningham’s book, there are two opposing groups of people: ‘Political Junkies (PJs)’ and ‘Big Brother fans (BBs)’. PJs think that it beggars belief that anyone could think Big Brother was useful. BBs say that politicians are unapproachable and out of touch. As an MP who used to quite enjoy watching Big Brother, I found myself torn. Am I a BB or a PJ? A PJ in BBs? Or a BB in PJs?

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Andrew Leigh

Andrew Leigh

Andrew Leigh, an economist, is the federal MP for Fraser.
www.andrewleigh.com
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