Contributors – The Centre for Independent Studies

Tony Sorensen


Featured Publication

  • FEATURE: Tilting at Windmills 29 May 2000
    The Federal Government seems to be treating rural and regional Australia as a homogenous entity in both problem and policy terms. Yet broadbush measures, like the recent pledge of $1.8 billion to the regions, could do more harm than good.
    The Federal Government seems to be treating rural and regional Australia as a homogenous entity in both problem and policy terms. Yet broadbush measures, like the recent pledge of $1.8 billion to the regions, could do more harm than good.
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Publications

  • BOOK REVIEW: Ideologies of Urban Management 29 May 1993
    Planning, Politics and the State: Political Foundations of Planning Thought by Nicholas Low (Unwin Hyman, 1991.)
    Planning, Politics and the State: Political Foundations of Planning Thought by Nicholas Low (Unwin Hyman, 1991.)
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  • FEATURE: Misleading Impressions: The Recession in the Farm Sector and its Impact on Rural Australia 29 May 1991
    News from the bush tends to be all bad. Several primary industries and many individual farmers are coping well with the recession, and argues that governments can best help rural Australia by pressing on with microeconomic reform.
    News from the bush tends to be all bad. Several primary industries and many individual farmers are coping well with the recession, and argues that governments can best help rural Australia by pressing on with microeconomic reform.
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  • BOOK REVIEW: Urban Planning and Conflict Mediation 29 May 1990
    Land Use Planning and the Mediation of Urban Change: the British Planning System in Practice by Patsy Healey, Paul McNamara, Martin Elson and Andrew Doak (Cambridge University Press, 1988.)
    Land Use Planning and the Mediation of Urban Change: the British Planning System in Practice by Patsy Healey, Paul McNamara, Martin Elson and Andrew Doak (Cambridge University Press, 1988.)
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