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Not your house. Not your land.

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Richard Allsop

Normally, if your house is heritage-listed, you have a problem if you want to knock it down, or renovate it. Robert Masters of Gunbower in northern Victoria is happy to leave the home his great-grandfather built in 1863 exactly as it is. So where...

How land supply restrictions have locked young people out of the housing market

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Alan Moran

Adjusted for inflation, the price of houses in Australia has more than doubled (trebled in Sydney and Perth) over the past 30 years. How has this occurred? In a landmark address to the Housing Industry Association in July 2005, the Institute of...

Rudd's first months

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Christian Kerr

Australia's hollow federalism: can we revive competitive governance?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Wolfgang Kasper

Who pays? Political donations and democratic accountability

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Ben Hourigan

All sides of politics share a fear of governments held hostage to wealthy individuals or organisations that use donations to buy influence.

Moderm campaigning and the federal system

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Richard Allsop

Whereas campaigning used to be largely confined, for most MPs, to the five or six weeks of the campaign, now it is a continuous process.

Planning restraints: A plague on wealth and the democratic process

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Alan Moran

Economic planning is a term as archaic as phrases such as 'peoples' democracy' or 'proletarian justice'. Yet urban planning-and land planning generally-is flourishing and dominates the evolving structure of cities.

Policy Makers shouldn't shy away from risk

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Tom Quirk

Why is reform such a challenge?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Christian Kerr

Epstein on Epstein

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Andrew McIntyre

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