IPA Review- August 2014

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This article from the July 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Research Fellow at the IPA, Richard Allsop. English historian Catherine Hall had a specific political purpose in writing this book. In the aftermath of 9/11, she strongly opposed the... Read more

This article from the July 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Ray Evans. Ray Evans was a pioneering free market activist who passed away in June 2014. This article follows reflections on his role in the Australian liberty movement. Economists... Read more

This article from the July 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Senior Fellow at the IPA and Professor of Economics at RMIT, Jason Potts. A standard justification for public funding of arts and culture is market failure. Economists explain that... Read more

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... Read more

This article from the July 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Research Scholar at the IPA, Stephanie Forrest. In 1993, after the passing of Laurie R. Gardiner—a historian and lecturer at the University of Melbourne—his friends, family, and... Read more

This article from the July 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Ian Mence Fellow for Entrepreneurship with the IPA, Dom Talimanidis. As far as cuts to the public service go, the 16,500 announced by the Coalition in the recent budget were... Read more

This article from the July 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by Senior Fellow with the IPA, Julie Novak. Arguably the great surprise of 2014 so far would have to be the literary juggernaut that is Capital in the Twenty-First Century, originally... Read more

This article from the July 2014 edition of the IPA Review is by editor and Policy Director at the IPA, Chris Berg. The Abbott government’s decision, announced in the first week of August, to abandon its promise to reform section 18C of the... Read more