Recent publications

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Back to Basics: Why government funding of science is a waste of our money

IPA BACKGROUNDER | Sinclair Davidson

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...

Participatory Democracy: Cracks in the Facade

IPA BACKGROUNDER | Gary Johns

Participatory democracy assumes that all citizens are political actors and will spend considerable time in defence of their interests and ideas. In fact, democracy is much more elitist - it rests heavily on the idea that people delegate most of...

The Australian Greens Election Policies

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Jim Hoggett

The Australian Greens Election Policies: Why The Greens' Policies Matter

Latham, Weber and compassion

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Scott Hargreaves

Latham is a case study of what happens when a politician has lots of passion, but little sense of responsibility.

Whither Labor?

IPA BACKGROUNDER | Gary Johns

This Backgrounder argues that Labor’s drive for economic reform began to stall by 1989 and that the electorate had grown tired of the difficult issues involved in that reform. Consequently, a gap opened up in public dialogue...

1996 Review Vol49 No2

IPA REVIEW

Principle and Expediency

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE

Election Article - The Issue

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE

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