Recent publications in Occasional Paper

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Changes we need to make our country rich

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Gina Rinehart

Published in Australian Resources & Investment Magazine, December 2012

Mrs Gina Rinehart receiving the award for Visionary CEO of the Year - Kuala Lumpur

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Gina Rinehart

Good evening. It is such a pleasure and honour to be in your country again and to receive this important award. I am particularly pleased to be judged as the Global Visionary CEO. Thank you so much. When we look around the world today we see too...

Australia in the Asian Century - North Australia briefing paper

OCCASIONAL PAPER | John Shipp

Prepared by John Shipp, Institute of Public Affairs

Razor cuts, not paper cuts

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Mikayla Novak

A framework for rightsizing commonwealth government employment

Let's get back to our roots

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Gina Rinehart

Mrs Gina Rinehart - Chairman, ANDEV There was a time - only a few months ago - when we miners were still going to dig the rest of the country out of a hole. We miners were going to manage the first boom in history that would last forever, and were...

A call for action on serious challenges - Australian Resources and Investment, July 2012

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Gina Rinehart

Mrs Gina Rinehart - Chairman, ANDEV While I have many investment options in a globalised economy, the place where I most want to create sustainable jobs is Australia. Yet others are increasingly feeling forced to make a different choice. West...

Submission to the Inquiry into potential reforms of national security legislation

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Chris Berg and Simon Breheny

The Institute of Public Affairs believes many of the national security proposals contained in the Attorney-General's Department's Equipping Australia against Emerging and Evolving Threats Discussion Paper are unnecessary and excessive. Many of the...

Freedom Wars

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tony Abbott

Tony Abbott's Address to the Institute of Public Affairs in Sydney, 6 August 2012.

Recalculating the Impact of the Carbon Tax: How changes to global carbon accounting standards will wipe our household over-compensation

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Tim Wilson

By the end of this year household carbon tax ‘over-compensation' will be wiped out by changes to the global carbon accounting rules used to calculate the environmental impact of greenhouse gases. The changes will: Increase Australia's...

Terms and conditions of employment

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