Contributors – The Centre for Independent Studies

Mark Harrision


Featured Publication

  • A Private Education for All 01 February 1996 | OP56
    Though everyone recognises the importance of education to the nation’s future, many lack confidence in the public education system. Employers complain of graduates without basic skills, controversy surrounds the curriculum, and parents are so dissatisfied that more than a quarter…...
    Though everyone recognises the importance of education to the nation’s future, many lack confidence in the public education system. Employers complain of graduates without basic skills, controversy surrounds the curriculum, and parents are so dissatisfied that more than a quarter…
    READ MORE

Publications

  • NOTES & COMMENTS: Rejoinder to Clarke and Ng 29 May 1991
    A rejoinder to Clarke and Ng's The Economic Case for an Open-Door Immigration Policy.
    A rejoinder to Clarke and Ng's The Economic Case for an Open-Door Immigration Policy.
    READ MORE
  • FEATURE: Argentina, Consensus and Equity: A Response to John Fogarty 29 May 1990
    In his article, 'Can Australia Still Learn From Argentina?' (POLICY Spring 1990.) John Forgarty compared the impediments to economic reform in Australia with those that hve condemned Argentina to 'banana republic' status. This article stresses political difference between the two countries that have so far enabled Australia to avoid the…...
    In his article, 'Can Australia Still Learn From Argentina?' (POLICY Spring 1990.) John Forgarty compared the impediments to economic reform in Australia with those that hve condemned Argentina to 'banana republic' status. This article stresses political difference between the two countries that have so far enabled Australia to avoid the…
    READ MORE
  • FEATURE: Auctioning the Immigration Quota 29 May 1989
    The immigration debate is at present off the boil, but is unlikely to remain so for long. Mark Harrison suggests a way of clarifying and quantifying the benefits of immigration both to resident Australians and to immigrants themselves.
    The immigration debate is at present off the boil, but is unlikely to remain so for long. Mark Harrison suggests a way of clarifying and quantifying the benefits of immigration both to resident Australians and to immigrants themselves.
    READ MORE