Contributors – The Centre for Independent Studies

Lauchlan Chipman


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Media & Commentary

  • Paying for a future by degrees 24 October 2001 | The Australian
    To the best of my knowledge, no government in the world has privatised education. Yet the arguments for privatising education, be it primary, secondary, or tertiary, are at least as strong as they are for privatising airlines, telecommunications services, energy…
    To the best of my knowledge, no government in the world has privatised education. Yet the arguments for privatising education, be it primary, secondary, or tertiary, are at least as strong as they are for privatising airlines, telecommunications services, energy…
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Publications

  • What Governments Can't Know: The Knowledge Economy and the Market 04 February 2002 | OP77
    Are governments well placed to foster the infusion of different types of complex knowledge to create new or better goods and services? The Eighteenth Annual John Bonython Lecture delivered by Lauchlan Chipman.          
    Are governments well placed to foster the infusion of different types of complex knowledge to create new or better goods and services? The Eighteenth Annual John Bonython Lecture delivered by Lauchlan Chipman.          
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