Thoughts on economics and liberty

Author: Sanjeev Sabhlok

Some of my Tweets of early 2020 against lockdowns

I had downloaded my Twitter archive on 8 September 2020 – everything after that has been lost for ever. While going through the archival data to search for something else, I found a few Tweets that I’d like to make note of here. These have luckily been archived by archive.org.

https://web.archive.org/web/20200321115444/https://twitter.com/sabhlok/status/1241323150966575104

 

 

https://web.archive.org/web/20200326061653/https://twitter.com/sabhlok/status/1243059086947520517

https://web.archive.org/web/20200402013057/https://twitter.com/sabhlok/status/1245520637860274176

https://web.archive.org/web/20200403150609/https://twitter.com/sabhlok/status/1246071994430283781

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Noting further criminality of Big Tech

This is for my future record when I have time to compile into a document to charge these Big Tech people with crimes against humanity. They are FULLY involved and complicit in such crimes.

FB ran my ads for the forthcoming Victorian parliamentary election for around 20 days – I paid $441

Then, all of a sudden they have blocked ALL ads today (the above screenshot alerted me to the blockage):

Apparently a “policy violation”, which means the ads are absolutely truthful.

The fight is harder and harder – like climbing a mountain which keeps getting steeper each time you think you’re making some progress.

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A talk I gave yesterday on the concept and practice of cost-benefit analysis

Last evening I gave an hour-long talk (with Q&A) on the concept and practice of cost-benefit analysis to a few people on the other side of the world. I’m informed the talk was well received.

After removing material customised for the specific audience, I’m sharing the slides: will try to make a video, soon.

TITLE: Achieving the greater good: Cost benefit analysis as a tool of public policy

Even a badly done CBA is vastly superior to not having any CBA – that’s the summary of this talk.

DOWNLOAD PDF | PPTX.

The content  of the  talk forms part of an extensive section on CBAs that will form part of a book on public policy that I’m working on (the book will take many more years to complete – given my severe time constraints today, as I fight the covid tyranny.)

A video on the topic

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Achieving the greater good: Cost benefit analysis as a tool of public policy

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