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This paper argues that Government should measure the regulatory costs on the Australian economy and consider a ‘cap and trade’ scheme to manage red tape.
For many years now, trading schemes have been used as mechanisms to reduce environmental pollution. The principal idea behind...
In this essay, Stoker argues that what truly ails the centre right is not that it has not become sufficiently ‘progressive’, but rather that it has failed to remain authentic. It has failed to stand up and fight for the fundamental values and principles that...
One focus of this paper is on the fiscal incentives faced by state governments and how these incentives cause regulatory problems. This suggests reforms to the federation, worthwhile for many reasons, will also assist in cutting back Australia’s red tape burden.
The defence of liberal democracy needs the concerted action by all nations of the West and East committed to democracy, the rule of law and liberty. Equally, nations so committed must attend to the urgent task of re-invigorating the institutions of liberal democracy to retain...