Ian Harper


Featured Publication

  • Regulation or Strangulation? Banking After the Global Financial Crisis 12 June 2012 | PF23
    Rightly or wrongly, inadequate regulation of finance has taken much of the blame for the global financial crisis. International organisations and governments around the world have spent the past three years designing a new regime of regulation. In Australia, the…...
    Rightly or wrongly, inadequate regulation of finance has taken much of the blame for the global financial crisis. International organisations and governments around the world have spent the past three years designing a new regime of regulation. In Australia, the…
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Media & Commentary

  • Research key to balancing pay equity with jobs growth 30 December 2009 | The Age
    The Australian Fair Pay Commission made its final decision on minimum wages in July, when it was disbanded and replaced by the minimum wage panel of Fair Work Australia. The government only recently announced the three part-time members of the…
    The Australian Fair Pay Commission made its final decision on minimum wages in July, when it was disbanded and replaced by the minimum wage panel of Fair Work Australia. The government only recently announced the three part-time members of the…
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Publications

  • Christian Morality and Market Capitalism. Friends or Foes? 21 October 2003 | OP87
    In the 5th Annual CIS Acton Lecture on Religion & Freedom, Ian Harper explores the moral basis of market capitalism––its strengths and weaknesses––and defends the view that there is nothing morally suspect about market capitalism per se.
    In the 5th Annual CIS Acton Lecture on Religion & Freedom, Ian Harper explores the moral basis of market capitalism––its strengths and weaknesses––and defends the view that there is nothing morally suspect about market capitalism per se.
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  • Noble Ends Flawed Means: The Case Against Debt-Forgiveness 28 September 1999 | IA8
    Plans by the World Bank and the IMF to relieve Third World debt would have dire consequences for the very countries they are trying to help. Noble Ends, Flawed Means: The Case Against Forgiving Third World Debt says forgiving Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPCs) their debts is morally and economically misguided.…...
    Plans by the World Bank and the IMF to relieve Third World debt would have dire consequences for the very countries they are trying to help. Noble Ends, Flawed Means: The Case Against Forgiving Third World Debt says forgiving Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPCs) their debts is morally and economically misguided.…
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