Archived publication for 2005 in IPA Review article
Recent publications

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Presuming Employer Guilt: The damaging state of work safety and compensation laws in Australia

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Ken Phillips

In a major report the IPA has called for the urgent development of nationally consist OHS laws. In this context NSW OHS laws must be repealed.

Editorial and Table of Contents, December 2005

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE

OverREACh from the UN and EU: Putting both chemicals and progress at risk

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Wolfgang Kasper

The UN and EU seem eager to impose global controls on anything they can think of.

Science is Not Consensus

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Bob Carter

The funding of science in Australia has become increasingly politicized. To change this, we badly need to life our R&D effort, restore basic funding to all competent researchers and resist the temptation to 'pick winners'.

Consensus can be wrong

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Jason Briant

How to Destroy a Country Town

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Louise Staley

The Dictator Factory

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | John Roskam

New South Wales: Decline of the premier state

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Mike Nahan

New South Wales - the Premier State is in decline.

Tasmania: The new tiger economy?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Mike Nahan

Tasmania now records the highest rate of economic growth amongst the states.

[email protected]@ $old h^r^: Is your annoyance our problem?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Chris Berg

Should the internet be left to entrepreneurs and innovators, or to government regulators?

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