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Vol. 27 No. 1 (Autumn, 2011)
Neil James tells Sergei DeSilva-Ranasinghe that with no votes in defence, we under-invest and get caught out in crises.
Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia By Joseph M Reagle, Jr (MIT Press, 2010.)
The Productivity Commission doesn’t always get it right, but it has made major contributions to policymaking in Australia.
The Art of Great Speeches and Why We Remember Them By Dennis Glover (Cambridge University Press, 2011.)
Libertarianism Today By Jacob Huebert (Praeger Press, 2010.)
Locating the Industrial Revolution: Inducement and Response By Eric L. Jones (World Scientific Publishing, 2010.)
Government Size and Implications for Economic Growth By Andreas Bergh and Magnus Henrekson (Australian Enterprise Institute, 2010.)
The Warcraft Civilization: Social Science in a Virtual World By William Sims Bainbridge.
Zombie Economics: How Dead Ideas Still Walk among Us By John Quiggin (Princeton University Press, 2010.)
Geoffrey de Q. Walker
People Power: The History and Future of the Referendum in Australia By George Williams and David Hume (UNSW Press, 2010.)
Australia may have a ‘platypus model’ of relatively low taxes and inequality, but its government remains too big.
John Hyde Page
The Australian Taxation Office’s aggressive use of its discretionary powers risks injustice for taxpayers.
Parliament and the courts could spare Australia from ill-advised military action.
The Australian government has limited control over population size. The policy challenge is dealing with a larger population, not stopping its growth.
Happiness is not just a feeling, it is a signal to others about what might make them happier.
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