Jeff Bennett


Featured Publication

  • Lower Company Tax to Resuscitate the Economy 06 July 2020 | PP31
    In response to the economic contraction of the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal and state governments have dramatically expanded the scope and scale of state involvement in the economy. This massive spike in government spending continues to be funded by increased…...
    In response to the economic contraction of the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal and state governments have dramatically expanded the scope and scale of state involvement in the economy. This massive spike in government spending continues to be funded by increased…
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Media & Commentary

  • Company tax cuts will spark post-Covid economy 27 July 2020 | The Australian
    Government-imposed health restrictions have decimated the travel, tourism and entertainment sectors of the Australian economy. Logic suggests that recovery from the flatline caused by this pandemic depends critically on policies that revive the productive heart of the economy – Australian…
    Government-imposed health restrictions have decimated the travel, tourism and entertainment sectors of the Australian economy. Logic suggests that recovery from the flatline caused by this pandemic depends critically on policies that revive the productive heart of the economy – Australian…
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  • Resuscitate near-flatline economy 10 July 2020 | Ideas@theCentre
    The performance of the economy was weak before Covid-19, and now it is perilously close to flat-lining. In particular, business investment is heading towards record low levels as a share of the economy. In response to the economic contraction of…
    The performance of the economy was weak before Covid-19, and now it is perilously close to flat-lining. In particular, business investment is heading towards record low levels as a share of the economy. In response to the economic contraction of…
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Publications

  • Privatising Parks – A Progress Report 30 June 2017
    While there has been some private sector engagement in national parks, public sector bureaucracies still have a virtual monopoly over management.
    While there has been some private sector engagement in national parks, public sector bureaucracies still have a virtual monopoly over management.
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  • FEATURE: Looking Behind the Green Façade 29 May 2012
    There is a need to look behind the ‘green facade’ when determining environmental policy
    There is a need to look behind the ‘green facade’ when determining environmental policy
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  • BOOK REVIEW: Property Rights: Cooperation, Conflict and Law 29 May 2003
    Property Rights: Cooperation, Conflict and Law Edited by Terry L. Anderson and Fred S. McChesney (Princeton University Press, 2003.)
    Property Rights: Cooperation, Conflict and Law Edited by Terry L. Anderson and Fred S. McChesney (Princeton University Press, 2003.)
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