Archived publication for 2003
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Chicken Little: The Green Threat to Progress

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Andrew McIntyre

The perverse consequences of the Precautionary Principle can best be seen 'retrospectively'. Just imagine what we would not enjoy now if the greens had prevailed in the past.

Don't Get Trapped by the Poverty Trap

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE

Our welfare suystem is designed to provide a strong saftey net, not a comfortable couch- and it's time we all realized what this entails.

Editorial, June 2003

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Mike Nahan

One can understand why the Greens might tell porkies about the state of the Murray River- but why do otherwise respectable and responsible bodies join forces with them?

Protecting Superstition

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Joe Kaplinsky

Our system of intellectual property rights and patents may not be perfect, but in the long run it is far more valuable than protected 'traditional knowledge'.

TCF Tariff Cuts: A Key Character Test

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Simon Ramsay

The Government needs to stand firm on TCF reform- not only for those involved in TCF industries, but for the economy as a whole.

The Capacity to Manage Index- Report 3: The Australian Automotive Industry

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE

IPA Work Reform Unit. Examination of EBAs in another key industry reveals some troubling limitations on the capacity to manage.

The Party's Over

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Don D'Cruz

The problems that Red Cross faced with its Bali Appeal demonstrated just how lax the disclosure requirements are for the NGO sector.

What's So Special About Universities?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | John Roskam

The 'simple' solutions offered by both sides of politics for tertiary education overstate the 'problem'.

Where's the Data?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Jennifer Marohasy

We are repeatedly told that Australia's waterways are seriously degraded or under threat. Yet no-one seems seriously willing to answer the obvious question- where's the data to support the alarming claims?

Property Rights to Water: Effects on Agricultural Productivity and the Environment

IPA BACKGROUNDER | Alan Moran

If water rights are taken away without compensation, major incentives that power the economy’s well-being are undermined.

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