Recent publications

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Submission to Department of Education

SUBMISSION | Stephanie Forrest and Aaron Lane

Review of the National Curriculum

Enhancing Online Safety for Children

SUBMISSION | Chris Berg and Simon Breheny

Submission to the Department of Communications Discussion Paper

New cyber regulator not the answer to bullying

MEDIA RELEASE | Chris Berg

"The government's proposed anti-cyberbullying laws represent a serious threat to freedom of speech and digital liberty," Chris Berg, Policy Director with free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs, said today. The government proposes...

Energy Policy for Australia

SUBMISSION | Alan Moran

Submission to the White Paper on Energy

The City and The State

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Ray Evans

An occasional paper

Coalition must deliver on free speech promise

MEDIA RELEASE | Simon Breheny

"The Abbott government must rule out introducing any new laws that would restrict freedom of speech," said Simon Breheny, director of the Legal Rights Project at free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs. Mr Breheny's comments follow...

A taxing approach to choice

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Aaron Lane

How behavioural taxes deliver perverse outcomes

Nanny state taxes driving perverse outcomes

MEDIA RELEASE | Aaron Lane

"Nanny State behavioural taxes on consumer goods are having unintended consequences, and are not achieving their policy goals," said Aaron Lane, Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs, a free market think tank. Mr Lane's comments...

Absurd new national curriculum subjects dictate students must learn about consumerism during physical education classes

MEDIA RELEASE | Chris Berg

"The emphasis in the National Curriculum's new Health and Physical Education subject on sustainability and consumerism demonstrates exactly why the National Curriculum should be scrapped," said Chris Berg, Research Fellow with the Institute of...

IPA releases new Australian freedom index: WA freest state; Tas least free

MEDIA RELEASE | Mikayla Novak

New research has found that Western Australia was the freest state for economic activities in 2011, while Tasmania was the least free state, according to free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs. "In an Australian first, the IPA...

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