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Chris Berg

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Journal article

4 Jun 2015
171

This paper surveys the origin of Australian classical liberal economics in the nineteenth century, its sharp decline in the first half of the twentieth century, and its revival and growth in recent decades.

Abstract

Classical liberalism, the tradition of free markets and...

Audio presentation

23 Sep 2014
45

What sort of latitude should we grant our security and intelligence services to engage, prevent and protect us from attack? What’s the trade off between personal privacy and national security?

Highlights of Modern Spying, Melbourne Writers festival, 29th August 2014

This session was...

Report

1 Aug 2014
7338

Outlines the scope of the cyberbullying problem, the conceptual framework within it must be understood, and develops principles by which policymakers can address the cyberbullying problem.

Introduction

Bullying among children is a significant and serious issue. In recent years, the phenomenon described...

Report

4 Mar 2013
284

The Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan wrote in The Monthly in March 2012 that : Australia’s fair go is today under threat from a new source.

"To be blunt, the rising power of vested interests is undermining our equality and threatening our democracy."

But...

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