Archived publication for 2011
Next Generation State Budgets: Stronger Fiscal Rules for Better Budgetary Outcomes and More Prosperous States
Green groups and the government: a dangerous duopoly
A response to an internal ALP strategy paper.
My focus is on the economic and political implications of the measures restraining carbon dioxide emissions. First, the outcome on the climate, if any, as a result of Australia taking action alone is negligible. Not only do we account for a...
A letter to federal Education Minister Peter Garrett.
Plain packaging FOI request from IP Australia.
He seems like the ultimate political insider. Influential and prolific; with a regular syndicated column in the nation's largest selling daily newspapers, television and radio segments, and a blog that receives two million hits a month. But in...
IPA applauds Gillard honesty: carbon tax will send electricity prices soaring, honesty now needed on price of renewables
'The Institute of Public Affairs congratulates Julia Gillard's honesty today when she admitted that a carbon tax would send electricity prices soaring', said Director of Climate Change Policy, Tim Wilson. In her press conference today announcing...
Only a third of Australians think the world is warming and human carbon dioxide emissions are to blame, according to a Galaxy poll commissioned by the Institute of Public Affairs.