Winter 2018 will be the last edition of our quarterly magazine.
CIS has started a new publication series called POLICY Papers. They will appear monthly with the aim of taking on policy issues in a more timely fashion. All POLICY subscribers will receive alerts for the new POLICY Papers.
Remember if you want to search through our archives, look below this volume and click on the issue you would like to see.
Vol. 22 No. 1 (Autumn, 2006)
Underlying racial prejudice in Australia is held in check by tolerance.
The March of Unreason: Science, Democracy and the New Fundamentalism by Dick Taverne (Oxford University Press, 2005).
There is an overwhelming consensus that monetary policymaking should be transparent: an evaluation of the arguments.
The recent upsurge in anti-Americanism has a long history.
Students could finance their studies through selling equity in their future income.
Andrew Norton interviews Executive Director Greg Lindsay on the CIS’ work and influence.
Mao, The Unknown Story by Jung Chang and Jon Halliday (Jonathan Cape, 2005).
Selected medical research could be funded through competitive prizes.
Laws on misusing market power are not the best way to regulate business.
Despite increasing private school enrolments, school policy does not foster compeitition.
Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage: Key Indicators 2005: a Productivity Commission, 2005.
The Intelligent Australian Investor by Chris Leithner (Wrightbooks, 2005).
The Ethics of Identity by Kwame Anthony Appiah (Princeton University Press, 2005).
Australian Social Attitudes: The First Report Edited by S.Wilson, G.Meagher, R.Gibson, D.Denemark and M.Western (UNSW Press, 2005).
Promises, Performance and Prospects: Essays on Political Economy 1980-1998 by Antonio Martino
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