Recent publications in Occasional Paper

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Factsheet: Where have all the entrepreneurs gone?

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Dom Talimanidis

An analysis of new business creation in Australia

Factsheet: The myth of Australia as a 'low tax' country

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Mikayla Novak

An analysis of relative tax burdens

The sharing economy: How over-regulation could destroy an economic revolution

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Darcy Allen and Chris Berg

The sharing economy describes a rise of new business models (‘platforms') that uproot traditional markets, break down industry categories, and maximise the use of scarce resources. The best known services are the ridesharing system Uber and...

The state of fundamental legal rights in Australia

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Simon Breheny

Fundamental legal rights have evolved over hundreds of years. Predominantly, these rights originate from English legal tradition and have been further developed through other Western legal systems. The common law rights that have arisen out of...

The Australia 'low taxing country' myth

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Mikayla Novak

When comparing 'like for like' taxation burdens, accounting for the economic diversity among OECD-member countries and strength of our trading relationships, and considering the competitive global taxing environment in our region and...

Where have all the entrepreneurs gone

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Dom Talimanidis

An analysis of new business creation in Australia

Australia's English Curriculum: A critique

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Stephanie Forrest and Carla Schodde

The Foundation to Year 10 Australian Curriculum: English falls far short of what would reasonably be expected of a national English curriculum. This analysis is based on a comparison with eight post-war Australian state curriculums. The existing...

Things are getting better all the time: A snapshot of Australian living standards in the long run

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Mikayla Novak and Dom Talimanidis

Australians have come a long way over these past two centuries, as evidenced by the numerous improvements in our health, education, and material living standards. As diseases are increasingly being conquered thanks to medical technologies,...

IPA FreedomWatch Factsheet: Racial Discrimination Amendment Bill 2014

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Simon Breheny

Racial Discrimination Amendment Bill 2014

Section 18c, We Will Continue Fighting - The Australian

OCCASIONAL PAPER | James Paterson

If you missed the IPA's full page statement on section 18C in The Australian on Friday, 8 August, you can see the final print version here. Thank you to the 501 IPA members and donors who together contributed $60,294 to make the ad possible.

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