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IPA Review- November 2013

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This article from the November 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Researcher at the IPA, Peter Gregory. Hell hath no fury like an National Security Agency operative scorned, it would seem, after it emerged recently that several... Read more

This article from the November 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Senior Fellow at the IPA, Dr Julie Novak. Recent generations of economists have been trained under the neoclassical approach to economic thought, providing distinctive... Read more

This article from the November 2013 edition of the IPA Review is by Researcher at the IPA, James Bolt. On the inside cover of this book, Tom Palmer, a recent guest of the IPA in Australia, is introduced as someone who has lived his life by one... Read more

This article from the November 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Development Coordinator at the IPA, Lydia Bevege. We can thank Charles Dickens for the way the term ‘Industrial Revolution’ brings to mind the image of a grimy-faced... Read more

This article from the November 2013 edition of the IPA Review is wriiten by Senior Fellow at the IPA, Dr Julie Novak. In early September, the global economics profession was met with the unwelcome news that British economist Ronald Coase, father... Read more

This article from the November 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Researcher at the IPA, Peter Gregory. Following the horrific Rana Plaza building collapse in April which claimed over 1,100 lives, western retailers who source their... Read more

This article from the November 2013 edition of the IPA Review is by Adjunct Research Fellow at Central Queensland University, Dr Jennifer Marohasy and Professorial Research Fellow at Central Queensland University, Dr John Abbot. The classical... Read more

This article from the November 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Stewart Franks. Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of the science of climate change is the lack of any real substance in attempts to justify the hypothesis. Often the... Read more

This article from the November 2013 edition of the IPA Review is written by Director of Policy at the IPA, Chris Berg. When Simon Crean announced his retirement in March this year—off the back of an abortive Kevin Rudd spill—he said that of... Read more

This article from the November 2013 edition of the IPA Review is by editor, James Peterson. Conventional wisdom suggests that the Republican Party’s decision to ‘shut down’ the US government for sixteen days in October was a catastrophic... Read more