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How Australian economist Sean Turnell came to be in and freed from a Myanmar jail

  • Written by Tim Harcourt, Industry Professor and Chief Economist, University of Technology Sydney

Macquarie University economist Sean Turnell is free and living in Sydney after 650 days of imprisonment in Myanmar, for what appears to be the “crime” of doing an economist’s job, which is trying to make people’s lives better – in this case the lives of the people of Myanmar.

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