Recent publications

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IPA Welcomes PC Call To Cut Farming Red Tape

MEDIA RELEASE | Daniel Wild

"The Productivity Commission's final report, Regulation of Australian Agriculture, shows that red tape is the biggest factor undermining prosperity in the agricultural sector," said Daniel Wild, research fellow with free market think tank the...

Red tape stifling agricultural innovation for farmers

MEDIA RELEASE | Evan Mulholland

The Institute of Public Affairs have welcomed recommendations by the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Industry report on agricultural innovation for the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to investigate red tape requiring unmanned aerial...

Consumer-driven competition and business models driving supermarket retail prices down by at least 5%

MEDIA RELEASE | Tim Wilson

"Pressure from consumers to increase efficiencies, scale and competition are cutting supermarket retail prices by at least five per cent", said Tim Wilson, Director of the IP and Free Trade Unit at the free market Institute of Public Affairs...

Consumer-driven price cuts through scale

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tim Wilson

How consumers are driving business models to deliver lower prices and improve convenience and quality.

Consumer first supermarket reform: The market, not government, knows how to best meet consumer demand

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Chris Berg and Tim Wilson

Consumer first supermarket reform: The market, not government, knows how to best meet consumer demand

The economics of food

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | James Bolt

Have you ever not ordered something at a restaurant because it had strange ingredients, and ordered the roast chicken instead? Ever tried a restaurant because the social vibe of the place made you think it would be a great night out? They're safe...

New poll: Households concerned about energy and food prices

MEDIA RELEASE | Tim Wilson

‘Australians are most concerned about electricity costs of all the major household expenses', a new poll commissioned by the Institute of Public Affairs found, said Policy Director, Tim Wilson, today. Mr Wilson's comments follow a Galaxy...

Naked extortion? Environmental NGOs imposing involuntary regulations on consumers and business

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tim Wilson

Naked extortion? Environmental NGOs imposing [in]voluntary regulations on consumers and business

Green groups admit 'good cop/bad cop' collusion to push higher costs on businesses, consumers

MEDIA RELEASE | Tim Wilson

Green groups admit 'good cop/bad cop' collusion to push higher costs on businesses, consumers

Upward pressure: the cost of politically abusing food labelling

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tim Wilson

Upward pressure: the cost of politically abusing food labelling

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