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Brett Hogan

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Director of Research

Brett Hogan is the Director of Research. He has over 20 years' experience in public policy and communications, specialising in energy, small business, innovation, employment and trade.

Brett is a former Senior Adviser and Chief of Staff to a Victorian Government Cabinet Minister, and previously the Director of Communications for the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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There Should Be No Role For Employers In Employee Super Fund Choice

MEDIA RELEASE | Brett Hogan

Free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs has welcomed the direction of the Productivity Commission's Draft Report into Alternative Superannuation Default Models but will urge it to go further in its Final Report. "The IPA believes...

South Australian Energy Statement An Admission Of Failure

MEDIA RELEASE | Brett Hogan

Today's energy package announcement by the South Australian Government is an admission of policy failure according to free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs. "This package is a damning indictment on 21st century South Australia,"...

IPA: South Australia Has No One Left To Blame

MEDIA RELEASE | Brett Hogan

Last night's partial blackout in South Australia is only a small taste of things to come, according to free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs. "About the only person the South Australian Government hasn't blamed for the outcome of...

Submission To The Senate Economics Committee Inquiry Into The Superannuation -Objective- Bill 2016 -Provisions-

SUBMISSION | Brett Hogan

Policymakers shouldn't be asking how the superannuation system can better support government spending, or more stringently punish those who seek to take care of themselves. It should be about how our society can encourage more people to take...

Australians don't want higher power bills from forced coal closures

MEDIA RELEASE | Brett Hogan

Nearly 50% of Australians would disapprove of the closure of coal-fired power plants if electricity prices were to increase by between 4 and 10 per cent the following year, according to a new survey conducted by Galaxy Research for free market...

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Young People Need Hope And Jobs, Not Gesture Politics

Ideas & Liberty | Brett Hogan
The Spectator Australia 8th April, 2017

Calls from two Nick Xenophon Team parliamentarians and Independent Member for Indi Cathy McGowan to establish a Federal Minister for Young People...

Like It Or Not, Coal Is Still King

Energy | Brett Hogan
The Spectator Australia 23rd March, 2017

On Wednesday, Greenpeace, the Sierra Club and CoalSwarm released the 2017 edition of Boom and Bust: Tracking the Global Coal Plant Pipeline, a...

Federal spending a dangerous drug of dependence

Economics & Deregulation | Brett Hogan
Australian Financial Review 22nd September, 2016

While the deal struck last week between the government and opposition to get $6.3 billion of savings over four years through the Parliament is...

Energy ministers need to facilitate, not limit, consumer choices

Energy | Brett Hogan
Australian Financial Review 19th August, 2016

As the nation's Energy Ministers prepare for Friday's meeting in Canberra to discuss how to "ensure energy markets remain stable and secure" it...

Brexit: Bruised egos will heal, trading relationships will endure

Economics & Deregulation | Brett Hogan
Lowy Interpreter 29th June, 2016

This article was written by John Roskam and Brett Hogan Brexit's victory in last Thursday's referendum may very well have been a surprise for the...