Archived publication for 2006
The Rosetta stone of development economics: Economic freedom and how much money you can make from it
Socially responsible investments are not what you think.
The notion that throwing an infinite amount of money at public research will somehow, at some time, automatically lead to some benefit is a myth. The government spends a substantial amount on public science and innovation. It is not clear that any...
In 2006, with a renewed national focus on improvements to AustraliaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s tax and industrial relations systems, it is worthwhile revisiting the last great period of reform...
Since 2000, GST revenue distributed to the States has increased at an average annual rate of more than 9 per cent-a huge and unexpected gain. As a result, South Australia is awash with money at levels unanticipated by the architects of the new tax...
Chris Berg reviews Adam Smith and the Pursuit of Perfect Liberty
The GST's prognosis is not good.
The failure of policy from all shades and levels of government is obvious to any person with even the most superficial appreciation of the dynamics of Aboriginal Australia.
Proposals for media reform are same old same old. What is needed is massive radical deregulation.