Alan Moran

10 March 2014

Climate Change – The Facts 2014

Australia needs an honest debate about the facts of climate change. Governments around the world are preparing to dramatically increase taxes, regulate energy supplies and limit individual choices to deal with climate change. But what do we really know about the science of climate change? Is climate change caused by humans? Is it new? Is there a “scientific consensus”? Is
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The Heavy Cost Of Renewable Energy Requirements
24 January 2014

The Heavy Cost Of Renewable Energy Requirements

This article from the January 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Director or the Deregulation Unit at the IPA, Dr Alan Moran. The carbon tax was the tombstone of the ALP’s 2013 election policy platform. But it is only one of a family of measures providing nutrition for the crusade by numerous scientists, officials, university lecturers and renewable energy
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The Legacy Of The Iron Curtain
31 May 2013

The Legacy Of The Iron Curtain

This article from the May 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Director of the Deregulation Unit at the IPA, Alan Moran. Anne Applebaum’s massive study—468 pages plus another 140 pages of notes—analyses the tragic history of Eastern Europe under communism and its post Hitlerian prelude. Her tome delves into the antecedents of the post war communist leadership
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Burying The Truth About Global Warming
31 May 2013

Burying The Truth About Global Warming

This article from the May 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Director of the Deregulation Unit at the IPA, Alan Moran. When politicians want to bury bad news they announce it at a time when nobody is listening. Wayne Swan did this on December 24 with a statement abandoning his long proclaimed 2012/13 budget surplus. We all
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The Chinese Capitalist Miracle
6 December 2012

The Chinese Capitalist Miracle

This article from the December 2012 edition of the IPA Review is by Director of the Deregulation Unit at the IPA, Alan Moran. The Chinese economic miracle is the latest and most comprehensive success story since the end of World War II. Veteran economists Ronald Coase and Ning Wang explain how in the space of three decades one of the
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