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Gary Sturgess

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  1. REVIEW ESSAY: Control Without Command

    Gary Sturgess | 03 Mar 2008 | POLICY Magazine

    Julian Le Grand makes a social democratic case for choice and competition in The Other Invisiible Hand: Delivering Public... Read More...

  2. REVIEW ARTICLE: A New Angle On Property Rights

    Gary Sturgess | 06 Jun 2002 | POLICY Magazine

    Hannes H. Gissurarson's Overfishing: The Icelandic Solution; Michael de Alessi's Fishing for Solutions and Roger Bate's Saving... Read More...

  3. FEATURE: Private Risk, Public Service

    Gary Sturgess | 03 Mar 2002 | POLICY Magazine

    In Britain, the Labour Party has largely eschewed privatisation and outsourcing, but has embraced public-private partnerships... Read More...

  4. FEATURE: The Right Trap

    Bob Carr, Gary Sturgess | 06 Jun 2001 | POLICY Magazine

    A bill of rights would unduly politicise the judiciary by turning judges into policymakers. The main benificiaries would... Read More...

  5. Letters to the Editor

    Christopher Sheil, Gary Sturgess | 06 Jun 2001 | POLICY Magazine

    Author Christopher Sheil takes exception to Gary Sturgess' review of his book Water's Fall: Running the Risks with Economic... Read More...

  6. CRITICAL REVIEW: Imagined Enemies

    Gary Sturgess | 12 Dec 2000 | POLICY Magazine

    Water's Fall: Running the Risks with Economic Rationalism by Chris Sheil (Pluto Press, 2000.)

  7. BOOK REVIEW: Seeing Like a State: How Certain Schemes to Improve the Human Condition Have Failed

    Gary Sturgess | 12 Dec 1998 | POLICY Magazine

    Seeing Like a State: How Certain Schemes to Improve the Human Condition Have Failed by James C. Scott (Yale University Press,... Read More...

  8. The Boundaries of Life’s Responsibilities- Community and Nation in a Global Environment

    Gary Sturgess | 01 Jul 1996 | Occasional Papers

    Gary Sturgess argues that globalisation’s tensions can be eased by clarifying the role of each level of government. Many... Read More...

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