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Chris Berg

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Diverted Profits Tax Will Go Nowhere

Economics & Deregulation | Chris Berg
Australian Financial Review 29th March, 2017

This article was originally published by Sinclair Davidson and Chris Berg The Turnbull government's diverted profit tax has passed the Parliament....

Populism is not a dirty word

Ideas & Liberty | Chris Berg
The Age 10th July, 2016

The political news right now is Malcolm Turnbull's tenuous hold on government. But tight elections aren't unusual. The real significance of the...

Where did it go wrong for Turnbull? The budget

Economics & Deregulation | Chris Berg
The Drum 5th July, 2016

How did it all go wrong for Malcolm Turnbull? The Coalition may be returned to government yet, either as a minority or a majority. But it's hard to...

Perverse small-target strategies leave voters guessing

Ideas & Liberty | Chris Berg
The Drum 29th June, 2016

Oppositions often run small-target strategies. It's been pretty special to watch an incumbent government run one. On the one hand, this approach by...

Australia isn't immune to the Brexit debate

Economics & Deregulation | Chris Berg
The Drum 14th June, 2016

It is not always a good idea to draw an opinion on the domestic affairs of other countries. But in the case of the upcoming British referendum on...

The case for a company tax cut is rock solid - and Labor knows it

Economics & Deregulation | Chris Berg
The Drum 8th June, 2016

To read most election comment you'd be forgiven for believing that what was until very recently a bipartisan consensus - that there was a strong...

Why we're seeing less pork barrelling this election

Ideas & Liberty | Chris Berg
The Drum 31st May, 2016

When you boil them down to their essence, Australian election campaigns are really just elaborate pork barrel road shows. For all the talk about...

People or profit: How does the Greens' corporation plan stack up?

Economics & Deregulation | Chris Berg
The Drum 24th May, 2016

It is turning out to be a very peculiar election. Last week the Greens wholeheartedly embraced the notion of personal choice - and in the realm of...

Why the super debate is a Liberal flashpoint

Economics & Deregulation | Chris Berg
The Drum 17th May, 2016

Casual observers might be confused why what appears to be a technical legal debate - what counts as retrospectivity for the purposes of...

The ghosts of deficits past, present and future haunt this election

Economics & Deregulation | Chris Berg
The Drum 11th May, 2016

Is it impolite, at the very start of the election campaign, to talk about the budget deficit? Impolitic? It's certainly unfashionable. Budget night...

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