Archived publication for 1999
Recent publications

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Feedback from the Daintree

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Walter Starck

A contributor take some recent IPA publications a little further.

Forestry: Beyond One-Liners

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Wilson Tuckey

When politicians choose populism over good policy, they are rightly criticized. When they support good policy over populism they are accused of ignoring the 'will of the people'. This is the dilemma surrounding forest issues.

Editorial, December 1999

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Michael Warby

The popular rejection of the republic proposal will probably confirm many members of Australian elites in their horror of citizen-initiated referendums (CIR). They will take it as further proof that you can't trust the people.

Editorial, December 1999

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Mike Nahan

In the long history of blatantly protectionist decisions on the media, the Howards Government's decision on digital broadcasting takes the prize.

It's Official: Greenpeace Serves No Public Purpose

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Roger Bate

No less a green haven than Canada has dealt the Dutch-based environmentalist group Greenpeace a massive blow to its credibility and fundraising effots by denying it the charitable status it had sought for a decade.

Legalizing Health Insurance

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Felix Freeman

In this year's Budget, the Commonwealth Government announced the introduction of 'Lifetime Health Cover'. Like the 30 per cent rebate scheme, it is aimed at slowing or reversing the decline in private health insurance.

Letting Go of Redundant Television Quotas

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Franco Papandrea

Despite its many successes at home and abroad...the Australian film and television production industry is immensely paranoid about changes to quotas for Australian television content.

New Nationals Gun Laws- Are They Cost Effective?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | James B. Lawson

All the great and good told us that the national gun laws were a great idea. Just like the Republic. But what are the facts?

Radioactive Waste

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Alan P. Marks

Whether we like it or not, we've already got it!

Up and Down: The Rich, the Poor and Income Mobility

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Bruce Headey

Western societies are not 'layer cakes' where the rich stay rich and the poor stay poor. They are more like roller-coasters: people go up and down.

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