economic

Scott Hargreaves On IPA Research On Western Australia’s Energy Plan 6PR Perth Live – 22 February 2024
22 February 2024

Scott Hargreaves On IPA Research On Western Australia’s Energy Plan 6PR Perth Live – 22 February 2024

The Institute of Public Affairs’ Scott Hargreaves joined Oliver Peterson on 6PR to to discuss new research which shows WA’s energy plan is unaffordable at any cost. All media appearances posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research. Below is a transcript of the interview. Oliver Peterson: It is nine past four.
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Western Australia’s Energy Plan Unachievable At Any Cost Will Create $52 Billion Black hole
22 February 2024

Western Australia’s Energy Plan Unachievable At Any Cost Will Create $52 Billion Black hole

“Blackouts in Victoria demonstrate what happens when ideology trumps engineering in an energy system. Western Australia is on track to make the very same mistakes as the east-coast, and it will cost the state billions of dollars,” said Dr Kevin You, Senior Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs. Today, the IPA launched a new research report, Unachievable at Any
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Unachievable At Any Cost
22 February 2024

Unachievable At Any Cost

To meet its 2030 greenhouse gas emissions reduction target of 80 per cent below 2020 levels, the Western Australian state government will decommission its remaining coal-fired power stations by the end of the decade. Western Australia is uniquely vulnerable to issues arising from the intermittency of renewable energy generation due to its geographical isolation and lack of network interconnectivity. In
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Dutton Needs His Own Version Of Fightback
15 February 2024

Dutton Needs His Own Version Of Fightback

This article was originally published in Australian Financial Review on or about 15 February 2024 and was written by the author in their capacity as a contributor for that publication.  It has been republished on the IPA website with permission. The views expressed are those of the author alone. As the Coalition tries to work out a way forward on tax, the
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Labor’s ‘Tax Cuts For The Teals’ Gift Coalition Golden Opportunity To Win Over Small Businesses, Families With A Comprehensive Reform Agenda
7 February 2024

Labor’s ‘Tax Cuts For The Teals’ Gift Coalition Golden Opportunity To Win Over Small Businesses, Families With A Comprehensive Reform Agenda

In this article, Daniel Wild contextualises and disseminates the IPA’s research into Australia’s present cost of living crisis. The Opposition must strike now to win over the millions of Labor voters who are now open to voting Liberal in the wake of the Voice referendum, writes Daniel Wild. With federal parliament returning this week, many have rightly pointed out the
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Daniel Wild Discussing Stage Three Tax Cuts On Mornings ABC Adelaide – 16 January 2024
16 January 2024

Daniel Wild Discussing Stage Three Tax Cuts On Mornings ABC Adelaide – 16 January 2024

The Institute of Public Affairs’ Daniel Wild joined David Bevan on ABC Adelaide Mornings to discuss IPA research to discuss the stage three tax cuts and why they are necessary to help alleviate Australians’ cost of living pressures. All media posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research. Below is a transcript
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IPA Poll: Attitude Towards Mass Migration In Australia
11 December 2023

IPA Poll: Attitude Towards Mass Migration In Australia

This poll of 1,000 Australians was commissioned by the Institute of Public Affairs. Data for this pollwas collected by marketing research firm Dynata between 27 November and 1 December 2023and rounded to the nearest whole number. QUESTION 1 Australia should temporarily pause its intake of new immigrants until more economic and socialinfrastructure, such as schools, roads, hospitals, and houses, are
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A Little Help For Ailing Economy
17 November 2023

A Little Help For Ailing Economy

Australia’s success in the pool and on the track at the Sydney 2000 Olympics was only surpassed by our rapidly growing economy, which was the envy of the world. During this period, our economy was fuelled by the hard-won gains of economic reforms including tax cuts, deregulation and policies to support small business. Together these delivered a boom time. Now,
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Parliamentary Research Brief – Australia’s Economic Competitiveness In Continuing Decline
13 November 2023

Parliamentary Research Brief – Australia’s Economic Competitiveness In Continuing Decline

In the 2000s, Australia consistently ranked as one of the most competitive economies in the world. But in recent years, Australia’s economic competitiveness has fallen behind. The International Institute for Management Development (IMD) published its latest World Competitiveness Ranking in June 2023. The Ranking is a comparative assessment of 64 of the world’s major economies, published annually in the IMD’s
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Scott Hargreaves Discusses The Voice on Credlin
27 April 2023

Scott Hargreaves Discusses The Voice on Credlin

On April 21, IPA Executive Director Scott Hargreaves discussed The Voice to Parliament on Credlin. Below is a transcript of the interview. Corey: It’s been a busy end to the business week. And joining me now to talk about the news is James Ashby, chief of staff to Pauline Hanson, and Scott Hargreaves, the executive director of the Institute of
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