Archived publication for 2011
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Carbon tax calculator exposes hit to family and business budgets

MEDIA RELEASE | Alan Moran

The Institute of Public Affairs, Australia's leading free market think tank, today distributed thousands of postcards to small businesses across the country highlighting a new research tool which allows Australians to calculate the impact to their...

ACMA should be shut down: Freedom of speech under threat

MEDIA RELEASE | Chris Berg

"The Australian Communications and Media Authority is a threat to freedom of speech and should be shut down," said Chris Berg, Research Fellow with the Institute of Public Affairs, a free market think tank. "ACMA's finding against Alan Jones today...

ANF Industrial Action A Dangerous Precedent

MEDIA RELEASE | John Lloyd

John Lloyd, Director, Work Reform and Productivity at the Institute of Public Affairs said today that the ANF's defiance of orders to suspend industrial action was extraordinary. Fair Work Australia's decision to suspend the ANF industrial action...

An unsustainable economic transformation: How Green groups are creating false foundations and restricting the Australian economy

MEDIA RELEASE | Tim Wilson

An unsustainable economic transformation: How Green groups are creating false foundations and restricting the Australian economy. Released 7 November 2011.

An unsustainable economic transformation

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tim Wilson

An unsustainable economic transformation: How Green groups are creating false foundations and restricting the Australian economy. Released 7 November 2011.

ACTU Insecure Employment Campaign Misguided

MEDIA RELEASE | John Lloyd

The ACTU on 24 October 2011 announced a national inquiry into insecure employment.  Starting today submissions can be made to the so called independent inquiry. The Institute of Public Affairs has labelled the campaign a misguided...

Gambling away perspective? A review of the evidence justifying electronic gaming regulations

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Julie Novak and Tim Wilson

There is no dispute that some people bet beyond their reasonable means when gambling. But this doesn't necessarily justify government intervention, in and of itself. The extent to which governments regulate to protect citizens from themselves...

Submission to the Independent Media Inquiry

SUBMISSION | Chris Berg

The Independent Inquiry into Media and Media Regulation raises troubling freedom of speech and freedom of the press issues. A free and independent press is an absolute necessity for a functioning democracy, and freedom of speech is one of the...

Qantas debacle reflects wider problems

MEDIA RELEASE | John Lloyd

The deterioration of the Qantas dispute with the grounding of its fleet reflects a disturbing trend in Australian workplace relations. John Lloyd, Director Work Reform and Productivity at the Institute of Public Affairs said "union leaders are...

Qantas action justified

MEDIA RELEASE | John Lloyd

John Lloyd, Director, Work Reform and Productivity at the Institute of Public Affairs said the Qantas action to ground planes and lock out workers was justified. Qantas has been subjected to a destructive and at times vicious industrial campaign...

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