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Director, Deregulation Unit
Dr Alan Moran, Director of the IPA's Deregulation Unit, is an economist who has made a specialty of regulatory matters, in particular covering energy, global warming, housing, transport, and competition issues. He has written three books on these matters delivered dozens of addresses and had over a hundred press articles published.
Alan has worked in a range of positions with the Federal Departments of Trade and Industry and Commerce. He headed up the Commonwealth's Business Regulation Review Unit within the Productivity Commission. He became the Research Director of the Tasman Institute (now ACIL Tasman) in 1990 where he worked on privatization and environmental economics. He joined the Victorian Department of Agriculture, Energy and Minerals, in 1994 as Deputy-Secretary of Energy.
He joined the IPA in 1996.
Submission to the White Paper on Energy
Efficiency of Different Electricity Jurisdictions' Residential Supply
Programs Identified with Negative Benefits
Submission to the Expert Advisers on the National Energy Consumer Advocacy Panel: Proposal for a National Energy Consumer Advocacy Body
Submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into the National Access Regime
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