Sinclair Davidson

Adjunct Fellow

The Corporate Tax Canard?
4 November 2014

The Corporate Tax Canard?

This article from the November 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Policy Director at the IPA, Chris Berg, and Senior Fellow at the IPA and Professor of Institutional Economics at RMIT University, Sinclair Davidson. Earlier this year Joe Hockey announced that the upcoming G20 meeting, being hosted in Brisbane in November, has a target of an extra two per
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Evidence Lacking In The Tobacco Wars
16 July 2014

Evidence Lacking In The Tobacco Wars

This article from the July 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Senior Fellow with the IPA and Professor of Institutional Economics at RMIT, Sinclair Davidson. Lord Kelvin famously argued, ‘When you can measure what you are speaking about, and express it in numbers, you know something about it; when you cannot express it in numbers, your knowledge is
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The Man Who Taught Us What We Cannot Know
6 May 2014

The Man Who Taught Us What We Cannot Know

This article from the May 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Professor of Institutional Economics at RMIT and Senior Fellow with the IPA, Sinclair Davidson. Friedrich August von Hayek was the greatest and one of the most under-rated classical liberal philosopher(s) of the twentieth century. He won the economics Nobel in 1974 – yet it is fair to say that
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Fudging The Budget
31 May 2013

Fudging The Budget

This article from the May 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Senior Fellow at the IPA, Sinclair Davidson. One of the key 2013 election battlegrounds will be the state of the economy. If government apologists are to be believed, Australians have got it good. Inflation is low, unemployment is low, and interest rates are low. Taxation as
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