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Pulling plug on electricity means NSW people lose out

Governance & Service Provision and Energy | Alan Moran
Sydney Morning Herald 29th December, 2010

The parliamentary impasse between the Premier and the opposition over whether the electricity industry sale should be examined reignites an issue...

Uncertainty the villain, not the power sales process

Governance & Service Provision and Energy | Alan Moran
The Age 29th December, 2010

The parliamentary impasse between New South Wales Premier Kristina Keneally and the opposition over whether the electricity industry sale should be...

Christianity has role in learning

Ideas & Liberty and Education | David Daintree
The Australian 29th December, 2010

The draft national curriculum for history opened an exciting prospect. Here was a chance, I thought, to defend the honour of Christianity amid the...

Gillard's government balancing act

Governance & Service Provision | Chris Berg
The Drum Unleashed 28th December, 2010

As 2011 opens, Labor is going to face that Julia Gillard's biggest problem is a crisis of legitimacy. Not the sort of legitimacy Tony Abbott was...

Taxpayers are the true victims of the global financial crisis

Economics & Deregulation and The Global Financial Crisis | Chris Berg
The Sunday Age 26th December, 2010

About two years on from the financial crisis the world looks very different to the way it seemed in the middle of the economic collapse. The broad...

Why consumers should resist the enemies of choice

Ideas & Liberty | James Paterson
The Australian 24th December, 2010

Behaviourists are wrong to say people should be protected from irrational financial decisions. The recent Australia Institute report into the...

Time for a rethink on migrants - it's no crime to seek a better life

Ideas & Liberty | Chris Berg
Sydney Morning Herald 23rd December, 2010

The decisions of the Refugee Review Tribunal make disheartening reading. It hears appeals from individuals who have had their application for a...

Business regulation holding back growth

Economics & Deregulation and Deregulation Unit | Alan Moran
The Drum Unleashed 20th December, 2010

The China boom has continued to lift Australian income levels via mining demand and this has been supplemented by general increases in primary...

Give unto others as you would have them give unto you

Economics & Deregulation | Chris Berg
The Sunday Age 19th December, 2010

It's a key part of the human condition: Christmas and the end of the year always inspires a bit of soul-searching. And in the 21st century, that...

Words must turn into action on free trade

Economics & Deregulation, Governance & Service Provision and Education | Tim Wilson
The Drum Unleashed 15th December, 2010

Craig Emerson's excellent speech leading the directionless Gillard Government toward a new free trade revolution are welcome words, but only if he...

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