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Vol. 11 No. 1 (Autumn, 1995)
Can the Australian Government promote the emergence of entrepreneurs?
Asia’s economic growth cannot be sustained.
The extinction ‘crisis’ as a case study in environmentalist exaggeration.
Andrew Norton talks with Peter Coleman, a longtime observer of and participant in Australian intellectual, cultural and political life.
Sexual harrassment laws and regulations in the Australian Defence Force.
The systematic transformation of the Czech Republic in the post-communist world.
Smart Cards undermine central bank currency monopolies.
Electoral competition, not parliamentary procedure, is central to the democratic process.
A response to Krugman.
A case for giving sales tax powers back to the states.
Letter to the editor regarding Steve Dodds’ article on Green Economics: Its Errors and Insights.
Chasing the Future: Recession, Recovery, and the New Politics in Australia by Laura Tingle (William Heinemann Australia, 1994.)
Conditions of Liberty: Civil Society and Its Rivals by Ernest Gellner (Hamish Hamilton, 1994.)
The Growth of Cross-Border Economic Relations.
International Capital Mobility and External Account Determination by A. J. Makin (Macmillan, 1994.)
Cricket versus Republicanism and Other Essays by David Stove (Quakers Hill Press, 1995.)
The Heart of Liberalism edited by Ken Aldred, Kevin Andrew and Paul Filing (The Albury Papers, 1994.) For Better or For Worse: The Federal Coalition edited by Brian Costar (Melbourne University Press, 1994.) Menzies’ Child: The Liberal Party of Australia 1944-1994 by Gerard Henderson (Allen & Unwin, 1994.) The Liberals by Dean Jaensch (Allen & Unwin, 1994. Is the Party Over? The Future of the Liberals by Christopher Puplick (Text Publishing, 1994.) The Liberals (The TV Series) by Bruce Belsham and Tim Clark (ABC Television Documentaries, 1994.)
The Index of Economic Freedom by Bryan T. Johnson and Thomas P. Sheehy (Heritage Foundation, 1995.)
The Business of Ecology: Australian Organisations Tackling Environmental Issues edited by Leigh Cato (Allen & Unwin, 1995.)
Rafe’s Round-Up for POLICY Magazine issue Autumn 1995.
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