Gene Tunny


Featured Publication

  • RATIONALISING REGULATION: Helping the economy recover from the corona crisis 23 September 2020 | AP14
    Australia’s anachronistic, inconsistent, and excessive regulatory landscape is an area of immense potential for growth-enhancing economic reforms. The regulatory constraints outlined in this paper are impeding business growth and their removal or adjustment would yield large economic benefits. The relaxation…...
    Australia’s anachronistic, inconsistent, and excessive regulatory landscape is an area of immense potential for growth-enhancing economic reforms. The regulatory constraints outlined in this paper are impeding business growth and their removal or adjustment would yield large economic benefits. The relaxation…
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Media & Commentary

  • Cut government share of the economy 27 July 2018 | Ideas@TheCentre
    Australian taxpayers are struggling to carry the burden of ever expanding government spending. Prior to the Whitlam government of 1972-75, total Commonwealth, state and territory government spending in Australia was around 25% of GDP. In the four decades since the…
    Australian taxpayers are struggling to carry the burden of ever expanding government spending. Prior to the Whitlam government of 1972-75, total Commonwealth, state and territory government spending in Australia was around 25% of GDP. In the four decades since the…
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  • Taxpayer money wasted chasing film productions 20 June 2013 | The Drum
    There may be a case for some limited support of films with content that enrich our culture by helping tell the Australian story but this does not justify public support for Hollywood productions with only dubious benefit to Australia, writes…
    There may be a case for some limited support of films with content that enrich our culture by helping tell the Australian story but this does not justify public support for Hollywood productions with only dubious benefit to Australia, writes…
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