Archived publication for May 2011
Recent publications

Page  [ 1 ]  

Greens call to ban new coal mines would be catastrophic

MEDIA RELEASE | Hugh Tobin

Free market think tank, the Institute of Public Affairs, today warned that the Greens call to ban new coal mines would be catastrophic for Northern Australia and would sound the death knell for any serious proposal to economically develop the...

Innovating Indonesian Investment Regulation: the need for further reform

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tim Wilson

Considering Indonesia's continued economic resilience during and following the global financial crisis the economic outlook for the archipelago should be rosy. Recent data from the government's statistics agency showed economic growth in the first...

Greens Greg Barber refuses to rule out $500 carbon tax

MEDIA RELEASE | Tim Wilson

Joy 94.9'S Rainbow Report @ 12.49pm, Friday 20th May 2011 Rainbow Report host, Doug Pollard: On the line we have Greg Barber who is one of the elected Greens in the Upper House of the Victorian State Parliament representing the northern...

60% think Canberra is out of touch with Northern Australia

MEDIA RELEASE | Hugh Tobin

In a landmark Galaxy poll conducted exclusively for Australia's leading free market think tank, the Institute of Public Affairs, 60% of Australians have said that Canberra decision makers do not understand the needs of families and businesses...

Resource boom not assured

MEDIA RELEASE | John Roskam

Free market think tank, the Institute of Public Affairs, today warned that the federal government was wrong to assume that it could continue to pocket the benefits of the mining boom without giving anything back to the industry. Institute of...

Submission: To the exposure draft of the 'Illegal Logging Prohibition Bill 2011'

SUBMISSION | Tim Wilson

Submission: To the exposure draft of the 'Illegal Logging Prohibition Bill 2011'

Submission to Productivity Commission Inquiry into Australia's Urban Water Sector

SUBMISSION | Alan Moran

Submission to Productivity Commission Inquiry into Australia's Urban Water Sector

Counterfeit conclusions: Why Australia should adopt the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tim Wilson

Counterfeit conclusions: Why Australia should adopt the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement

Page  [ 1 ]