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Vol. 30 No. 1 (Autumn, 2014)
The Chinese Communist Party may carve out an enduring place for its own brand of accountable authoritarianism.
Sergei DeSilva-Ranasinghe speaks to international relations expert, Daniel Baldino.
On balance, the case for bigger is stronger than the case for smaller.
The work of Ronald Coase influences how we think about regulation, monopolies and the provision of public goods.
Dog Days: Australia After the BoomBy Ross GarnautReviewed by Michael Potter
Liberal politicians need to develop policy frameworks to address issues such as marriage equality.
Australian schooling is not in crisis, but it is expensive and it is performing well below potential.
Sergei DeSilva-Ranasinghe speaks to Lisa Phelps, head of the Department of Defence’s Directorate of Indigenous Affairs
Education, Social Background and Cognitive Ability: The Decline of the Social
Privatisation is controversial despite empirical studies showing it is a highly successful policy.
The Rediscovery of Classical Economics:Adaptation, Complexity and Growth
The Conservative Revolution
Hayek: A Collaborative Biography Part 1: Influences, from Mises to Bartley
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