Contributors – The Centre for Independent Studies

Roger Kerr


Featured Publication

  • Reconnecting Compassion and Charity 01 January 1999 | OP67
    Supporters of big government and the welfare state regularly accuse their opponents of lacking ‘compassion’. But how much have they thought about what compassion really involves? And how do they reconcile their support for compassion with their general disdain for…...
    Supporters of big government and the welfare state regularly accuse their opponents of lacking ‘compassion’. But how much have they thought about what compassion really involves? And how do they reconcile their support for compassion with their general disdain for…
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Publications

  • Ideas, Interests and Experience: Some Implications for Policy Advice 03 March 1988 | OP19
    Economists are increasingly called upon by bureaucrats and government official for policy advice. But economists have not always been able to present their ideas effectively. Many basic concepts of economics such as ‘markets’, ‘competition’, ‘deregulation’, and ‘efficiency’ are automatically dismissed because they have come to be misunderstood.  ...
    Economists are increasingly called upon by bureaucrats and government official for policy advice. But economists have not always been able to present their ideas effectively. Many basic concepts of economics such as ‘markets’, ‘competition’, ‘deregulation’, and ‘efficiency’ are automatically dismissed because they have come to be misunderstood.  
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