Archived publication for 2002
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Address to the Conference Competition & Regulation in the Energy Industry

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Alan Moran

Opening up electricity and gas markets to competition forces retailers to seek better ways of meeting the needs of customers more cheaply and ensures that cross subsidies are made known.

WWF Says 'Jump!', Governments Ask 'How High?'

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Jennifer Marohasy

WWF Says 'Jump!', Governments Ask 'How High?'   A case study suggests that governments need to better scrutinize allegations of environmental harm and those who make them by Jennifer Marohasy and Gary Johns '[We] base our work on sound...

Submission to IPART's Review of Regulated Retail Tariffs

ENERGY FORUM PAPER | Alan Moran

Volume 54 Number 1

IPA REVIEW

Adrian Karatnycky and Arch Puddington on NGOs and terrorism; Jennifer Marohasy and Gary Johns on the science (or the lack of it) and the Great Barrier Reef; Graeme Gooding on bias in The Age; Brian O'Brien questions Australian Greenhouse...

Impacts of Kyoto on Australian Power Costs

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Alan Moran

In 1973/4 when the first energy crisis was underway, there were many risks perceived to result from the quadrupling of oil prices that OPEC engineered. Originally delivered as an Address to APEC Conference 'Kyoto---The Impact on Australia',13...

February 2002

INTOUCH

The perils of the clothing industry in Australia; Mike Nahan on refugees and migration; Gary Johns on NGOs and representation; Fairwear; Electricity regulation; the Harold Clough Lecture for 2001; IPA news, IPA activities, publications,...

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