Perhaps he only wrote an article that was picked up by the IT? I heard him on a radio broadcast and I have him on my Twitter feed.I have searched for him and I can't find him anywhere
When we go into recession we will have to borrow more at higher interest rates than we can borrow today.
Investment today in critical infrastructure will assist in softening the longevity of future recessions. That investment is critical to support an increasing population. If we dont invest in schools and colleges, hospitals, roads, broadband, water etc...etc...today, we wont be in a position to invest in them during a recession.