PUBLICATIONS

Book Review: Loving the corporation, 50 years on
10 July 2006

Book Review: Loving the corporation, 50 years on

‘Peter Drucker is probably the bestknown writer in the world on the philosophical and practical aspects of industrial management.’ So wrote the editor of the IPA Review in 1956 when introducing a piece written by Drucker for the IPA on ‘The Management Horizon’. Over succeeding decades, Drucker’s reputation grew to the point where he was dubbed the ‘father of modern
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Dry: In Defence of Economic Freedom
10 July 2002

Dry: In Defence of Economic Freedom

Download the full book here. Much of the world is still horrible but during the final quarter of the 20th Century life spans greatly increased almost everywhere especially in the once-poor countries of East Asia. The economic order that achieved these momentous gains is now threatened by ‘anti-globalisation’. We began the new millennium with blessings close to home. Australians were
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The Role of Dry Philosophy
10 September 2000

The Role of Dry Philosophy

The ideas of economists and political philosophers, both when they are right and when they are wrong, are more powerful than is commonly understood .… Practical men, who believe themselves to be quite exempt from any intellectual influences, are usually slaves to some defunct economist. Madmen in authority, who hear voices in the air, are distilling their frenzy from some
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Menzies and the Middle Class
1 October 1992

Menzies and the Middle Class

It is the fashion among today’s ‘clever’ people to pour scorn on those who influenced or controlled Australia’s destinies in the past. These earlier leaders were apparently misguided nincompoops who must be held largely responsible for the deplorable situation in which Australia now finds itself. Although a rather too critical book, Judith Brett’s Robert Menzies’ Forgotten People avoids this absurdity.
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Hey! What Did I Miss?
19 December 1943

Hey! What Did I Miss?

The IPA’s Hey…What Did I Miss? is our weekly newsletter. Every Thursday afternoon, Hey…What Did I Miss? is sent to our list of 20,000 subscribers. It is a roundup of IPA research and news stories from around the world that impact freedom and free markets.
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Online Articles
19 December 1943

Online Articles

The IPA prides itself on thorough and interesting research. This page features our reports, submissions and media releases on a variety of topics relating to the protection and promotion of liberty.
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In The News
19 December 1943

In The News

The IPA is a constant presence in the Australian media. IPA staff have been published in every major metropolitan paper. Here is a collection of all op-eds written by IPA staff.
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Media Releases
19 December 1943

Media Releases

The IPA prides itself on its ability to provide instant and research-backed analysis to daily news stories and major events. Here is a collection of the IPA’s media releases.
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Submissions
19 December 1943

Submissions

The IPA strives every day to promote the causes of freedom and free markets in Australia. We regularly bring our research to the government in the form of submissions. Here you will find these submissions on a variety of topics to government inquiries.
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Book Reviews
19 December 1943

Book Reviews

The IPA Review features reviews of the most important and groundbreaking books with every edition. On this page you will find our collection of book reviews from the IPA Review.
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