Archived publication for 2012
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Did the global temperature trend change at the end of the 1990s?

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tom Quirk

Twentieth Century Sources of Methane in the Atmosphere

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tom Quirk

NSW spending cuts welcome, but state still in deep deficit waters

MEDIA RELEASE | Julie Novak

"The second O'Farrell Government Budget has put in place the basis for policy reforms to restore fiscal sustainability and revive an underperforming economy," said Ms Julie Novak, Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs, a free market...

Accountability for our aid dollar - Time to hit the pause button?

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tim Wilson

There are serious questions to be asked about the number of NGOs that actively campaign for more aid expenditure in Australia, while they are concurrently recipients of that aid. Some of these NGOs receive aid funding to engage in...

BCA report confirms ANDEV's warnings on project competitiveness

MEDIA RELEASE | John Shipp

A Business Council of Australia report on the threat posed to major resource projects from high input costs is a welcome wake‐up call for Australian policy‐makers, according to John Shipp, Director of the ANDEV/IPA North Australia...

Freedom of speech letter

OCCASIONAL PAPER | John Roskam

A copy of the letter sent to Members of Parliament, judges and journalists along with a free copy of Chris Berg's book on freedom of speech.

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Lack of affordable housing killing Northern growth

MEDIA RELEASE | John Shipp

The lack of affordable housing in mining towns is killing the prospects of growth in Northern Australia, according to John Shipp, Director of the ANDEV/IPA North Australia Project. Mr Shipp's warning came in response to reports in the Australian...

Real conservatives

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | John Roskam

This is a marvellous book. It has many things to recommend it. A list of the book's many merits would go something like this (in order of importance): it's interesting; it's opinionated; it's extremely readable; it explains why John Major and...

ABCC abolition a bad sign for the building and construction industry

MEDIA RELEASE | John Lloyd

Today, the Australian Building and Construction Commission will be abolished. It will be replaced with the Fair Work Building Industry Inspectorate. "This move will prove harmful for the building and construction industry, and the Australian...

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