Archived publication for 2007 in Occasional Paper
Recent publications

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To Build or Not to Build: The Impact of Workplace Reform on the Economy

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Jodie Patron

To Build or Not to Build: The Legal Perspective

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Steven Amendola

To Build or Not to Build: Workplace Reform for Queensland

OCCASIONAL PAPER | John Crittall

To Build or Not to Build: The views of the regulator

OCCASIONAL PAPER

To build or not to build - Conference brochure (including presenter profiles)

OCCASIONAL PAPER

Locked Out: How Victoria's land supply laws are keeping young people out of the housing market

OCCASIONAL PAPER

In reviewing the costs of new housing in Melbourne the conclusion is that housing is unaffordable for ordinary families who are not already home owners. The cause of this is state government policies, especially restrictions on land release. In...

Water provision for the poor: how ideology muddles the debate

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Alex Nash

Even though private water provision sees clean and safe water delivered to millions around the world, many politicians and NGOs remain irrationally opposed to the idea that profit should be made from "essential resources" like water. This mindset...

Moving in the Right Direction: Transport Reform in Western Australia

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Richard Allsop

As Western Australia continues its rapid growth, the state increasingly needs the transport infrastructure and services that enables individuals to move around the city of Perth and minimise the costs of congestion to both the economy and to the...

Economic Regulation of Transport Facilities

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Alan Moran

Land Regulations, Housing Prices and Productivity

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Alan Moran

Land costs are incorporated in most commercial activities. Hence, beyond the direct effects on housing and commercial property, measures that raise the price of land have a pervasive effect in raising costs throughout the economy. An important...

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