Michael Stutchbury is the editor in chief of The Australian Financial Review and formerly The Australian's economics editor. He generally writes from a free market viewpoint, and was critical of a number of the Rudd-Gillard Government's economic policies, particularly on its stimulus packages. and industrial relations.
Stutchbury began his journalistic career with the Australian Financial Review. Later, he became a business editor of The Australian and a Washington correspondent during the Clinton Administration's first term before becoming one of the longest serving editors of The Australian.
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