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Current state of progress: Most (but not all) of my articles from 1991-2005 are available either in HTML or PS/PDF format, gradually standardising on PDF. If the article you want is not available, or quality is inadequate, email me to ask for a hardcopy reprint.
For papers before 2004, the version presented is my final version and may differ from published version because of changes in proof stage or where co-authors have dealt with final version
Articles going back to 2004
- Rich will have to pay piperAustralian Financial Review, 18 June 2009.
- Blame shifts to the statesAustralian Financial Review, 4 June 2009.
- The only way out for BlighAustralian Financial Review, 21 May 2009.
- World shift a test for LaborAustralian Financial Review, 7 May 2009.
- No more do little and delayAustralian Financial Review, 23 April 2009.
- Much rests on rescue planAustralian Financial Review, 26 March 2009.
- Spending cuts all wrongAustralian Financial Review, 12 March 2009.
- Risky business needs rethinkAustralian Financial Review, 26 February 2009.
- Life's a risky businessAustralian Financial Review, 12 February 2009.
- Bank on change, but not hereAustralian Financial Review, 29 January 2009.
- Obama must be boldAustralian Financial Review, 15 January 2009.
- Rudd misread the weatherAustralian Financial Review, 18 December 2008.
- Let banks be banks againAustralian Financial Review, 4 December 2008.
- Fallout can be mitigatedAustralian Financial Review, 20 November 2008.
- Stepping into a maelstromAustralian Financial Review, 6 November 2008.
- Guilty must bear the costAustralian Financial Review, 25 September 2008.
- Free-market facade cracksAustralian Financial Review, 11 September 2008.
- Right climate for snap pollAustralian Financial Review, 28 August 2008.
- Flow-on effects of neglectAustralian Financial Review, 14 August 2008.
- Win or lose in second halfAustralian Financial Review, 31 July 2008.
- Free riders not welcomeAustralian Financial Review, 17 July 2008.
- Reserve status under threatAustralian Financial Review, 3 July 2008.
- The power of persuasionAustralian Financial Review, 19 June 2008.
- Dump the GST on foodAustralian Financial Review, 5 June 2008.
- Don't sell water down the riverAustralian Financial Review, 22 May 2008.
- Promises a core responsibilityAustralian Financial Review, 8 May 2008.
- Balancing promises and risksAustralian Financial Review, 10 April 2008.
- Libs need services rethinkAustralian Financial Review, 27 March 2008.
- Tax breaks must be axedAustralian Financial Review, 13 March 2008.
- Seize the day for the basinAustralian Financial Review, 28 February 2008.
- The flip side to the flopAustralian Financial Review, 14 February 2008.
- America bushwhackedAustralian Financial Review, 31 January 2008.
- Learn from iraq disasterAustralian Financial Review, 17 January 2008.
- Musical background beefAustralian Financial Review, 3 January 2008.
- Iemma's power failureAustralian Financial Review, 6 December 2007.
- Greener future is permittedAustralian Financial Review, 6 December 2007.
- Our world really is endingAustralian Financial Review, 22 November 2007.
- Trick is managing a soft landingAustralian Financial Review, 8 November 2007.
- Commitment cuts too deepAustralian Financial Review, 25 October 2007.
- Fixed terms make senseAustralian Financial Review, 11 October 2007.
- A lot hangs in the balanceAustralian Financial Review, 27 September 2007.
- Time for PM to backflipAustralian Financial Review, 13 September 2007.
- Beware the PPP pitfallsAustralian Financial Review, 30 August 2007.
- Denial industry in full cryAustralian Financial Review, 16 August 2007.
- Sub-prime no threat, so farAustralian Financial Review, 2 August 2007.
- Tax reform the way to goAustralian Financial Review, 19 July 2007.
- Old policies, loundly restatedAustralian Financial Review, 5 July 2007.
- Infrastructure time bombsAustralian Financial Review, 21 June 2007.
- Real danger in solo actionAustralian Financial Review, 7 June 2007.
- The three Ps for politiciansAustralian Financial Review, 24 May 2007.
- Climate right for the next big ideaAustralian Financial Review, 10 May 2007.
- Perhaps a rational solutionAustralian Financial Review, 26 April 2007.
- No discount on equality, Australian Financial Review, 12 April, 2007.
- Denial lobby strikes again, Australian Financial Review, 29 March, 2007.
- Still, life's not bad here, Australian Financial Review, 15 March, 2007.
- Pooh to copyright wrongs, Australian Financial Review, 1 March, 2007.
- Hot heads won't save us, Australian Financial Review, 15 February, 2007.
- Water remedy clear as mud, Australian Financial Review, 1 February, 2007.
- War: Deadly game for losers, Australian Financial Review, 18 January, 2007.
- Handling those global-warming hot potatoes, Australian Financial Review, 6 January, 2007.
- Ready, get set, go dither, Australian Financial Review, 21 December, 2006.
- Family farms alive and well, Australian Financial Review, 07 December, 2006.
- A question of probability, Australian Financial Review, 23 November, 2006.
- Protecting our interests, Australian Financial Review, 9 November, 2006.
- Iraq exit will also be costly, Australian Financial Review, 26 October, 2006.
- Pay attention: There's a cost, Australian Financial Review, 12 October, 2006.
- Cheap water's high costs, Australian Financial Review, 28 September, 2006.
- The party of no return, Australian Financial Review, 14 September, 2006.
- Let's commit to the young, Australian Financial Review, 31 August, 2006.
- Make Telstra public again, Australian Financial Review, 17 August, 2006.
- Doors shut for young families, Australian Financial Review, 3 August, 2006.
- Add to CV: bankruptcy, Australian Financial Review, 20 July, 2006.
- Climate denial has had its day, Australian Financial Review, 6 July, 2006.
- Taking Iceland's hot tip, Australian Financial Review, 22 June, 2006.
- When co-operation trumps competition, Australian Financial Review, 16 June, 2006.
- Public debt a useful instrument, Australian Financial Review, 8 June, 2006.
- Pricing a change of climate, Australian Financial Review, 25 May, 2006.
- Budget manages to hold the line, Australian Financial Review, 15 May, 2006.
- No room to manoeuvre, Australian Financial Review, 27 April, 2006.
- Water rules won't wash, Australian Financial Review, 20 April, 2006.
- Public missing out, again, Australian Financial Review, 16 March, 2006.
- Resigned to the status quo, Australian Financial Review, 2 March, 2006.
- Asleep on the jobs growth, Australian Financial Review, 16 February, 2006.
- TV policy a grim picture, Australian Financial Review, 19 January, 2006.
- Environmental evolution, Australian Financial Review, 5 January, 2006.
- Bad choices for work Australian Financial Review, 12 December 2005.
- A call to foster growth Australian Financial Review, 8 December 2005.
- The monopoly game Australian Financial Review, 28 November 2005.
- Hung up over party line Australian Financial Review, 24 November 2005.
- The surge we didn't have Australian Financial Review, 10 November 2005.
- Open slather on the net Australian Financial Review, 27 October 2005.
- Don't hide behind economy Australian Financial Review, 13 October 2005.
- Bring in congestion tax Australian Financial Review, 29 September.
- No win in monopoly game Australian Financial Review, 15.eptember.
- Let a hundred blogs bloom Australian Financial Review, 1 September 2005.
- There's no sense in saving Australian Financial Review, 18 August 2005.
- New rationale, same old problems Australian Financial Review, 8 August 2005.
- T3 will be another disaster Australian Financial Review, 4 August 2005.
- Lawsuits a straitjacket Australian Financial Review, 21 July 2005.
- Property boom puts theory to test Australian Financial Review, 11 July 2005.
- Water dilemma flows on Australian Financial Review, 7 July 2005.
- A bad case of consumption Australian Financial Review, 23 June 2005.
- Another grandiose flop Australian Financial Review, 9 June 2005.
- Co-operative spirit runs dry Australian Financial Review, 26 May 2005.
- More to life than tax cuts Australian Financial Review, 12 May 2005.
- Growing pains of social security Australian Financial Review, 9 May 2005.
- Nuclear option premature Australian Financial Review, 28 April 2005.
- Policy inertia hang-up Australian Financial Review, 14 April 2005.
- Here's fuel for thought Australian Financial Review, 31 March 2005.
- Top tax rate, low priorityAustralian Financial Review,24 February 2005.
- Mirages don't win pollsAustralian Financial Review,10 February 2005.
- A licence to innovateAustralian Financial Review,27 January 2005.
- Dog's bark will bite deepAustralian Financial Review,13 January 2005.
- Hard partnership lessonsAustralian Financial Review,16 December 2004.
- Kyoto must be ratified nowAustralian Financial Review,02 December 2004.
- US productivity's underbellyAustralian Financial Review,29 November 2004.
- No reserve for rainy daysAustralian Financial Review,18 November 2004.
- And now for the hard bit Australian Financial Review,04 November 2004.
- Productivity's miraculous mirageAustralian Financial Review,18 October 2004.
- T3 must focus on publicAustralian Financial Review,21 October 2004.
- 'Tax and spend' is backAustralian Financial Review,07 October 2004.
- Time to recast health rolesAustralian Financial Review,23 September 2004.
- An exercise in risk management: on what to be scared of and what to do about itAustralian Financial Review,10 September 2004.
- Demonising the greensAustralian Financial Review,9 September 2004.
- Labor must stand firmAustralian Financial Review,26 August 2004.
- The myth of convergence: on how the rise of the internet has liberated textAustralian Financial Review,13 August 2004.
- Doubters warm to detailAustralian Financial Review,12 August 2004.
- Don't fear a greens senateAustralian Financial Review,29 July 2004.
- Latham's next great leap Australian Financial Review ,15 July.
- Fine fix for taxing issue Australian Financial Review ,1 July.
- Jobless still cast shadow Australian Financial Review ,17 June.
- Watershed solution needed Australian Financial Review ,3 June.
- Creep claques silly figures Australian Financial Review ,20 May.
- Downside of the FTA Australian Financial Review ,6 May.
- Don't believe in miracles Australian Financial Review ,22 April.
- Older workers forced out Australian Financial Review ,25 March.
- Don't just stop at hospitals Australian Financial Review ,11 March.
- Health, education the key Australian Financial Review ,26 February.
- Merger is the only chance Australian Financial Review ,12 February.
- States schooled for success, Australian Financial Review,29 January 2004.
- Bonds the key to balance, Australian Financial Review,15 January 2004.
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