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Vol. 15 No. 1 (Autumn, 1999)
Samuel Gregg talks to Archbishop Dr George Pell.
How to bring the market back into health care.
Compeitition Law and the Media Sector. Separating regulation of the media from other goods and services often leads to the undue influence on information and, ultimately, public opinion.
Political Competition, Innovation and Growth- A Historical Analysis by P. Bernholz, M.E. Streit and R. Vaubel (eds.) (Springer, 1998.)
Damien S. Elridge,
Assessing options for tax changes at the state level.
Andrew C. Dawson
International cooperation and cyber-market regulation.
The feasibility of privately produced law.
How to efficiently define intellectual property rights.
Global Nation? Australia and the Politics of Globalisation by John Wiseman (Cambridge University Press, 1998.) Globalisation, Human Rights & Civil Society by Melinda Jones & Peter Kriesler (Prospect Media, 1998.)
The flaws of managed exchange rates and industry policy.
The Crisis of Global Capitalism: Open Society Endangered by George Soros (Little Brown, 1998.)
Industry policy is an important topic in the high school economics syllabus. This School’s Brief presents a survey and evaluation of industry policy initiatives currently provided by the Federal Government.
Merits and Limits of Markets edited by Herbert Giersch (Springer-Verlag, 1998.)
Justice for Here and Now by James P. Sterba (Cambridge University Press, 1998.)
Rafe’s Round-Up for POLICY Magazine Autumn 1999.
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