- Acuity has won two awards at the Mumbrella Publish Awards
- Columnist Donal Curtin won Columnist of the Year
- Acuity was awarded a Highly Commended in the Business Publication of the Year category
By Hannah Tattersall
Longstanding Acuity columnist Donal Curtin has won Columnist of the Year at the Mumbrella Publish Awards for a series of columns he wrote for the accounting magazine.
Curtin was recognised as a “lively and entertaining columnist” who writes engaging content and was praised for his “command of economics, quick wit and understanding of his audience”.
Picture: Donal Curtin.
Curtin’s columns, on topics such as fiscal policy, inflation and banking, are widely read both in the magazine and online.
Acuity also won a Highly Commended accolade for Business Publication of the Year, an award which recognises excellence in all aspects of B2B publishing, including editorial content and design, production, branding, strategic planning and overall execution.
For a full list of winners go to Mumbrella.
Read Donal Curtin’s award-winning Acuity columns below:
3½ reasons why inflation is stubbornly low
Are central bankers really to blame for unusually low inflation? Growth could stay sluggish, despite their monetary policies.Read more
Frydenberg and Robertson need a change of bowling style
When the fast bowlers of monetary policy can’t dislodge economic doldrums, it’s time to draft in some fiscal policy flippers.Read more
Why slaying the inflation dragon isn’t good for business
Double-digit inflation was a thing in the 1970s and ’80s. Today, inflation could hit zero – and that’s bad for business.Read more