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IPA Review- August 2013

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This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Senior Fellow at the IPA, Dr Julie Novak. Among the estimated 3.5 billion websites around the world, there is one that is almost guaranteed to keep adults lying awake at... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Researcher at the IPA, James Bolt. If you only looked at the Occupy movement as a collection of angry, naive university students and yuppie bloggers, then you probably... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Perth-based writer, Kyle Kutasi. It’s a well-worn cliché that those who do not learn the lessons from history are doomed to repeat its mistakes. If the wrong lessons... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Director of the Legal Rights Project at the IPA, Simon Breheny. I thought it was only classical liberals who—when attempting to caricature socialists—spoke of the... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Deputy Executive Director of the IPA, Hugh Tobin. Over-population, food shortages and an environment on the brink of collapse. It’s easy to be pessimistic about the... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Adjunct Fellow at the IPA and Associate Professor in Economics at RMIT University, Jason Potts. Randy Holcombe is a professor of public finance and public policy at... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Executive Director of the IPA, John Roskam. In 1964 Donald Horne’s The Lucky Country was published. Horne had one basic argument—‘Australia is a lucky country, run... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by the Director of Education Standards Institute, Dr Kevin Donnelly. One of the defining features of left-of-centre parties—exemplified by ALP Commonwealth government over... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Senior Lecturer at the University of South Australia Business School, Kesten C. Green and Professor at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, J. Scott... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by economist and company director, Don Turkington. Underlying the explosion of public debt and emergence of unconventional monetary policies is the tendency of modern... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Journalist with The Australian, Christian Kerr. A paradox lies at the very heart of the Greens. ‘The first Green Party anywhere in the world began in Australia in 1972,... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by IPA's Director of Policy, Chris Berg and Senior Fellow, Dr Julie Novak. Make that three times. One of the happy casualties of Kevin Rudd’s decision to go to an election... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by editor James Paterson. Kevin Rudd is back. Tony Abbott defeated him once before—and he can do it again, by following his own advice. Abbott was elected leader of the... Read more

This article from the Winter 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Research Fellow at the IPA, Richard Allsop. Two volumes on one of the nation’s most controversial prime ministers should be a landmark event in Australia’s political... Read more