CURRICULUM VITAE —JOHN CHARLES QUIGGIN

 

DATE OF BIRTH         :             29 March 1956

PLACE OF BIRTH      :             Adelaide, South Australia

NATIONALITY            :             Australian

EMPLOYMENT RECORD

 

1978–1983                                                     Research  Economist, Bureau of Agricultural Economics.

1984–1985                                                     Research Fellow, Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, Australian National University.

1986                                                             Chief Research Economist, Bureau of Agricultural Economics.

1987–88                                                         Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Agricultural Economics, University of Sydney.

1989                                                             Visiting Fellow, Centre for International Economics, Canberra.

1989–1990                                                     Associate Professor, Dept. of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, College Park.

1991–92                                                         Fellow, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University.

1993–1994                                                     Senior Fellow, Centre for Economic Policy Research, Australian National University.

1995                                                             Professor, Centre for Economic Policy Research, Australian National University

1996–7                                                          Professor of Economics, James Cook University.

1998–9                                                           Australian Research Council Senior Fellow, James Cook University.

2000-                                                              2002     Australian Research Council Senior Fellow, Australian National  University.

2003                                                                Australian Research Council Professorial Fellow, University of Queensland

2003-                                                               Australian Research Council Federation Fellow, University of Queensland (reappointed in 2007)

 

 

OTHER ACTIVITIES

1992_–5                                                         Opinion columnist, Freelance

1996–                                                              Opinion columnist, Australian Financial Review

1999                                                              Board member, Queensland Competition Aust

2000                                                                Inaugural Don Dunstan Visiting Professor, University of Adelaide

2000–02                                                         Adjunct Professor, Queensland University of Technology

2003-6                                                             Adjunct Professor, Australian National  University

 

 

DEGREES

BA (1st Class Honours in Mathematics) , Australian National University, 1978.

BEc (1st Class Honours in Economics), Australian National University, 1980.

MEc (coursework and thesis), Australian National University, 1984.

PhD, University of New England, 1988.

 

 


 

PRIZES AND AWARDS

1975 Economics Society Prize (best results, Economics II, ANU)

1980 Economics Society Prize (best results, Economics IV, ANU)

1980 University Medal, ANU

1981 Editors Prize, best article published in Australian Journal of     Agricultural Economics,

1988 Drummond Prize, (best Ph. D. thesis, Economics, UNE)

1993 Australian Social Science Academy Medal (awarded annually to a younger researcher in the social sciences)

1996 Fellow, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

1997 American Agricultural Economics Association, Quality of Research Discovery Prize (joint with  Robert G. Chambers)

1997 Institute of Public Administration, Australia, Sam Richardson Prize, Best Journal Article

2000 Institute of Public Administration, Australia, Sam Richardson Prize, Best Journal Article

2001 Editors Prize, best article published in Australian Journal of     Agricultural Economics,

2002 Fellow, Australian Institute of Company Directors

2003 Federation Fellow, Australian Research Council

2003 Fellow, American Agricultural Economics Association

2004, Distinguished Fellow, Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society

2004. Citation Laureate, Thompson  ISI

2007 Federation Fellow, Australian Research Council


RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Books

1.    Quiggin, J. (1993) Generalized Expected Utility Theory/The Rank-Dependent Expected Utility model, Kluwer-Nijhoff, Amsterdam.

2.    Langmore, J. and Quiggin, J. (1994), Work for All: Full Employment in the Nineties, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria.

3.    Quiggin, J. (1996), Great Expectations: Microeconomic Reform and Australia<, Allen and Unwin, St. Leonards, NSW.

4.    Quiggin, J. (1998), Taxing Times: A Guide to the Tax Debate in Australia, Sydney, University of New South Wales Press.

5.    Chambers, R. G. and Quiggin, J. (2000), Uncertainty, Production, Choice and Agency: The State-Contingent Approach, Cambridge University Press, New York.

Edited Volumes

6.         Fisher B.S. and Quiggin, J. (eds) (1988), The Australian Grain Storage, Handling and Transport Industries: An Economic Analysis, Research Report No. 13 Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Sydney.

7.         van Wel, C. and Quiggin, J. (eds) (1998), Contemporary Issues in Australian Economics: Essays in  Honour of Professor Percy Harris, Central Queensland University Press , Rockhampton.

Articles in refereed journals

8.         Quiggin, J. and Anderson, J. (1979), ‘Stabilisation and risk reduction in Australian agriculture’, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 23(3), 191–206.

9.         Quiggin, J. (1980), ‘A note on economies of scale, commodity disaggregation and the cost of protection’, Australian Economic Papers 19, 375–9.

10.      Quiggin, J. and Anderson, J. (1981), ‘Price bands and buffer funds’, Economic Record 57(156), 67–73.

11.      Quiggin, J. (1981), ‘Risk perception and risk aversion among Australian farmers’, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 25(2), 160–9.

12.      Robinson, C., McMahon, P. and Quiggin, J. (1982), ‘Labour supply and off-farm work by farm operators: theory and estimation’, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 26(1), 23–38.

13.      Vlastuin, C., Lawrence, D. and Quiggin, J. (1982), ‘Size economies in Australian agriculture’, Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics 50(1), 1–32.

14.      Quiggin, J. (1982), ‘A note on the existence of a competitive optimum’, Economic Record 55(161), 174–6.

15.      Quiggin, J. (1982), ‘A theory of anticipated utility’, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 3(4), 323–43.

16.      Quiggin, J. (1983), ‘Wool price stabilisation and profit risk for wool users’, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 27(1), 31–43.

17.      Quiggin, J. (1983), ‘Underwriting agricultural commodity prices’, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 27(3), 200–11.

18.      Quiggin, J. and Bui-Lan, A. (1984), ‘The use of cross-sectional estimates of profit functions for tests of relative efficiency: a critical review’, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 28(1), 44–55.

19.      Watts, G. and Quiggin, J. (1984), ‘A note on the use of logarithmic time trends’, Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics 52(2), 91–9.

20.      Quiggin, J. (1985), ‘Subjective utility, anticipated utility,and the Allais paradox’, Organizational Behavior and Human Performance 35(1), 94–101.

21.      Vanzetti, D. and Quiggin, J. (1985), ‘A comparative analysis of agricultural tractor investment models’, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 29(2), 122–41.

22.      Quiggin, J. (1986), ‘A note on the viability of rainfall insurance’, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 30(1), 63–9.

23.      Quiggin, J., Gargett, D. and Barrett., G. (1986), ‘Exits from the Australian dairy industry: causes and predictions’, Journal of Agricultural Economics 37(2), 233–42.

24.      Quiggin, J. (1986), ‘Common property, private property and regulation: the case of dryland salinity’, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 30(2–3), 103–117.

25.      Quiggin, J. (1987), ‘Egoistic rationality and public choice: a critical review of theory and evidence’, Economic Record 63(180), 10–21.

26.      Quiggin, J. (1987), ‘Decision weights in anticipated utility theory: response to Segal’, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 8(4), 641–5.

27.      Quiggin, J. (1988), ‘Scattered landholdings in common property systems’, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 9(2), 187–201.

28.      Quiggin, J. (1988), ‘Murray River salinity — an illustrative model’, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 70(3), 635–45.

29.      Quiggin, J. (1988), ‘Private and common property rights in the economics of the environment’, Journal of Economic Issues 22(4), 1071–87.

30.      Quiggin, J. (1989), ‘Sure things — dominance and independence rules for choice under uncertainty’, Annals of Operations Research 19, 335–57.

31.      Quiggin, J. (1989), ‘Stochastic dominance in regret theory’, Review of Economic Studies 57(2), 503–11.

32.      Quiggin, J. (1990), ‘Peak-load pricing and on-farm storage in the Australian grain handling system’, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 34(3), 263–80.

33.      Quiggin, J. (1991), ‘Murray river salinity mitigation — engineering and management approaches’, Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics 61(1), 1–25.

34.      Quiggin, J. (1991), ‘On the optimal design of lotteries’, Economica 58(1), 1–16.

35.      Quiggin, J. (1991), ‘Supply response under proportional profits taxation’, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 73(1), 36–39.

36.      Leathers, H. and Quiggin, J. (1991), ‘Interactions between agricultural and resource policy: the importance of attitudes towards risk’, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 73(3), 757–64.

37.      Quiggin, J. (1991), ‘Contradictory predictions on supply response under stabilization: a reconciliation’, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 35(3), 285–294.

38.      Quiggin, J. (1991), ‘Comparative statics for Rank-Dependent Expected Utility theory’, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 4(4), 339–50.

39.      Quiggin, J. (1991), ‘Too many proposals pass the benefit–cost test: comment’, American Economic Review 81(5), 1446–9.

40.      Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘Efficient sets with and without the expected utility hypothesis: a generalization’, Journal of Mathematical Economics 21, 395–99.

41.      Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘Some observations on insurance, bankruptcy and input demand’, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 18(1), 101–10.

42.      Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘Testing the implications of the Olson hypothesis’, Economica 59(1), 261–77.

43.      Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘Invariance of the efficient set: comment’, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 19(1), 119–21.

44.      Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘Risk, self-protection and ex ante economic value — some positive results’, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 23(1), 40–53.

45.      Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘Free lunches in the case for privatisation and deregulation’, Economic Analysis and Policy 22(1), 67–84.

46.      Blarel, B., Hazell, P., Place, F. and Quiggin , J. (1992), ‘The economics of farm fragmentation: evidence from Ghana and Rwanda’, World Bank Economic Review 6(2), 233–54.

47.      Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘How to set catch quotas: a note on the superiority of constant effort rules’, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 22(2), 199–203.

48.      Kelsey, D. and Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘Theories of choice under ignorance and uncertainty’, Journal of Economic Surveys 6(2), 133–53.

49.      Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘The pioneer’s curse: selection bias and agricultural land degradation’, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 5(3), 241–6.

50.      Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Discounting and sustainability’, Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics 6(1), 161–64.

51.      Dowrick, S. and Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Australia, Japan and the OECD: international GDP rankings and revealed preference’, Australian Economic Review (1st quarter), 21–34.

52.      Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Testing between alternative models of choice under uncertainty – comment’, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty  6(2), 161–4.

53.      Quiggin, J., Karagiannis, G. and Stanton, J. (1993), ‘Crop insurance and crop production : an empirical study of moral hazard and adverse selection’, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics  37(2), 95–113.

54.      Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘A policy program for full employment’, Australian Economic Review (2), 41–47.

55.      Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Taxation when borrowing is costly’, Economic Record 69(207), 416–27.

56.      Ormiston, M. and Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Two-parameter decision models and rank-dependent expected utility’, Journal of Risk and Insurance 7(3), 273–82.

57.      Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Common property, equality and development’, World Development 21(7), 1123–38.

58.      Quiggin, J. (1994), ‘The fiscal gains from contracting out: Transfers or efficiency improvements?’, Australian Economic Review September, 97–102.

59.      Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (1994), ‘Nash equilibrium with markup-pricing oligopolists’, Economics Letters 45, 245–51.

60.      Dowrick, S. and Quiggin, J. (1994), ‘International comparisons of living standards and tastes: a revealed-preference analysis’, American Economic Review 84(1), 332–41.

61.      Quiggin, J. (1994), ‘The White Paper and after: policies for full employment’, Just Policy 1(1), 27–38.

62.      Quiggin, J. (1994), ‘Regret theory with general choice sets’, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 8(2), 153–65.

63.      Quiggin, J., Fisher, B. and Peterson, D. (1994), ‘Cost pooling in Australian grain handling: a common property analysis’, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 76(2), 262–9.

64.      Quiggin, J. and Wakker, P. (1994), ‘The axiomatic basis of anticipated utility: a clarification’, Journal of Economic Theory 64(2), 486–99.

65.      Cameron, T. A. and Quiggin, J. (1994), ‘Estimation using contingent valuation data from a "Dichotomous choice with follow-up" questionnaire’, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 27(3), 218–34.

66.      Kennedy, J., Quiggin, J. and Hardaker, B. (1994), ‘Incorporating risk-aversion into dynamic programming models: comment’, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 76(4), 960–4.

67. Quiggin, J. (1995), 'The suboptimality of efficiency ', Economics Letters 47, 389-92.

68. Quiggin, J. (1995), 'Common property in agricultural production', Journal of Economic Behavior and Organisation 26(1), 179-200.

69. Quiggin, J. and Horowitz, J. (1995), 'Time and risk', Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 10(1), 37-55.

70. Biglaiser, G., Horowitz, J. and Quiggin, J. (1995), 'Dynamic pollution regulation', Journal of Regulatory Economics 8(1), 33-44.

71. Quiggin, J. (1995), 'Does privatisation pay ?', Australian Economic Review 95(2), 23-42.

72. Quiggin, J. (1995), 'Does privatisation pay -- A reply to Domberger', Australian Economic review 95(2), 48-49.

73. Langmore, J. and Quiggin, J. (1995), 'Work For All - Reply', Agenda

74. Blamey, R. K., Common, M. S. and Quiggin, J. (1996), 'Respondents to contingent valuation surveys: consumers or citizens ? Reply to comment by Rolfe and Bennett', Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 40(2), 135-8.

75. Chambers, R. G. and Quiggin, J. (1996), 'Nonpoint pollution control as a multi-task principal-agent problem', Journal of Public Economics 59(1), 95-116.

76. Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (1996), 'Capital precommitment and competition in supply schedules', Journal of Industrial Economics, 44(4), 427-42.

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78. Quiggin, J. (1996), 'Competitive tendering and contracting in Australia file ', Australian Journal of Public Administration 55(3), 49-58.

79. Quiggin, J. (1996), 'Private sector involvement in infrastructure projects', Australian Economic review 96(1), 51-64.

80. Bleichrodt, H. and Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Characterising QALYs under a general rank dependent utility model', Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 15(2), 151-60.

81. Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Discount rates and sustainability', International Journal of Social Economics 24(1), 65-90.

82. Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Efficiency versus social optimality: The case of utility pricing', Information Economics and Policy 9, 291-308.

83. Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Estimating the benefits of Hilmer and related reforms', Australian Economic Review 30(3), 256-72.

84. Quiggin, J. (1997), 'The equity premium and the government cost of capital: a response to Neville Hathaway', Agenda 4(4), 475-85.

85. Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Altruism, total valuation and benefit cost analysis', Australian Economic Papers 36 (68), 144-155.

86. Chambers, R. G. and Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Separation results in forward and futures markets', Economica 64(254), 187-210.

87. Dowrick, S. and Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Convergence in GDP and living standards: A revealed preference approach', American Economic Review 67(1), 41-64.

88. Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Strategic trade under uncertainty: sufficient conditions for the optimality of specific, ad valorem, specific and quadratic trade taxes ', International Economic Review 38(1), 187-203.

89. Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Evaluating airline deregulation in Australia', Australian Economic Review 30(1), 45-56.

90. Dowrick, S., Dunlop, Y. and Quiggin, J. (1998), 'The cost of life expectancy and the implicit social valuation of life', Scandinavian Journal of Economics forthcoming.

91. href="http://www.uq.edu.au/economics/johnquiggin/JournalArticles98/AustNZ98.html">Social democracy and market reform in Australia and New Zealand', Oxford Review of Economic Policy 14(1), 76-95.

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93. Chambers, R. G. and Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Cost Functions and Duality for Stochastic Technologies', American Journal of Agricultural Economics 80(2), 288-95.

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95. Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Salience and the meeting place problem', Journal of Economic Behavior and Organisation , 33, 271-83.

96. Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Individual and household willingness to pay for public goods', American Journal of Agricultural Economics 80(1), 58-63.

97. Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Micro gains from micro reform', Economic Analysis & Policy 28(1), 1-16.

98. Quiggin, J. (1998), 'The premature burial of natural monopoly: Telecommunications reform in Australia', Agenda 5(4), 427-440.

99. Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Existence value and the contingent valuation method', Australian Economic Papers 37(3), 312-29.

100.      Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R. G. (1998), 'A state-contingent production approach to principal-agent problems with an application to point-source pollution control', Journal of Public Economics 70, 441-72..

101.      Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R. G. (1998), 'Risk premiums and benefit measures for generalized expected utility theories', Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 17(2), 121-37.

102.      Bleichrodt, H. and Quiggin, J. (1999), 'QALYs and consumer demand for health care', Journal of Health Economics18, 681-708..

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104.      Fraser, L. and Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Competitive tendering and service quality', Just Policy17, 53-7.

105.      Horowitz, J., McConnell, K. and Quiggin, J. (1999), 'A test of competing explanations of compensation demanded ', Economic Inquir y37(4), 637Ð46.

106.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Globalisation, neoliberalism and inequality in Australia', The Economic and Labour Relations Review 10(2), 240Ð59.

107.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Human capital theory and education policy in Australia', Australian Economic Review 32(2), 130-44.

108.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'The future of government: mixed economy or minimal state?', Australian Journal of Public Administration 58(4), 39Ð53.

109.      Quiggin, J. and Horowitz, J. (1999), 'The impact of global warming on agriculture: a Ricardian analysis: comment', American Economic Review 89(4), 1044Ð45.

110.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'The premature burial of natural monopoly: Rejoinder', Agenda 6(1), 47-50.

111.      Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (2000), The interaction between the equity premium and the risk-free rate, Economic Letters 69, 71-79.

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113.      Quiggin, J. (2000), Unemployment: Still hoping for a miracle?, International Journal of Manpower 21(5), 374-83.

114.      Quiggin, J. (2001), Globalization and economic sovereignty, Journal of Political Philosophy 9(1),56-80.

115.      Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R. G. (2001), The firm under uncertainty with general risk-averse preferences: a state-contingent approach, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 22(1), 5-20.

116.      Chambers, R. G. and Quiggin, J. (2001), Decomposing input adjustments under price and production uncertainty, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 83(1), 20-34.

117.      Chapman, B., Jordan, J., Oliver, K., and Quiggin, J. (2001), 'Unemployment traps and age-earnings profiles: estimates for Australia 2000', Australian Journal of Labour Economics forthcoming.

118.      Quiggin, J. (2001), 'Environmental economics and the Murray-Darling river system', Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 45(1), 67-94.

119.      Quiggin, J. (2001), 'Economic solubility of the agency problem', Economics Bulletin http://www.economicsbulletin.com/2001/volume3/EB-01C70001A.pdf.

120.      Quiggin, J. (2001), 'Valuing publicly-provided services', Economic Record, 77(238), 291-304..

121.      Quiggin, J. (2001), 'Market-oriented reform in the Australian electricity industry', Economic and Labour Relations Review, 12 (1), 126-50.

122.      Mallawaarachchi, T. and Quiggin, J. (2001), 'Modelling socially optimal land allocations for sugar cane growing in North Queensland: integrating mathematical programming and Choice Modelling', Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 45(3), 411-36.

123.      Quiggin, J. (2001), 'Demography and the New Economy', Journal of Population Research 18(2), 177-193.

124.      Quiggin, J. (2001), 'The Australian productivity 'miracle': a sceptical view', Agenda ,8(4),333-348.

125.      Quiggin, J. (2001), 'Defence policy: One clear objective', Australian Quarterly 73(6), 15-21.

126.      Quiggin, J. (2001), 'Active labour market policy as an automatic stabilizer', The Drawing Board 2(2), http://www.econ.usyd.edu.au/drawingboard/journal/0111/quiggin.pdf..

127.      Quiggin, J. (2001), 'Production under uncertainty and choice under uncertainty in the emergence of generalized expected utility theory', Theory and Decision 51, 125-44.

128.      Bleichrodt, H. and Quiggin, J. (2002), 'Life cycle preferences over consumption and health: a reply to Klose', Journal of Health Economics 21(1), 167-8.

129.      Chambers, R. G. and Quiggin, J. (2002), 'The state-contingent properties of stochastic production functions', American Journal of Agricultural Economics 84, 513-26..

130.      Chambers, R. G. and Quiggin, J. (2002), 'Optimal producer behavior in the presence of area-yield crop insurance', American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 84, 320-34.

131.      Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (2002), 'The risk premium for equity: implications for the proposed diversification of the social security fund', American Economic Review, 92(5), 1104-15.

132.      Quiggin, J. (2002), 'Risk and self-protection: a state-contingent view ', Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 25(2), 133-45..

133.      Quiggin, J. (2002), Social capital and public expenditure in Australia, NSW Public Health Journal, 13 (6), 131-33.

134.      Quiggin, J. (2002), Contracting out: promise and performance, Economic and Labour Relations Review, 13(1), 88-204.

135.      Quiggin, J. (2002), 'Environmental economics and the Murray-Darling river system: reply', Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 46(4), 627-28.

136.      Quiggin, J. (2002), 'The fiscal impact of the privatisation of the Victorian electricity industry', Economic and Labour Relations Review 13(2), 326-339.

137.      Quiggin, J. (2002), 'Privatisation and nationalisation in the 21st century', Growth 50, 66-73.

138.      Chambers, R. G. and Quiggin, J. (2003), 'Price stabilization and the risk-averse firm', American Journal of Agricultural Economics 85(2), 336-47.

139.      Chambers, R. G. and Quiggin, J. (2003), Indirect certainty equivalents for the firm under price and production uncertainty, Economics Letters, 78(3), 309-316.

140.      Dowrick, S., Dunlop, Y. and Quiggin, J. (2003), 'Social indicators and comparisons of living standards: a revealed preference analysis', Journal of Development Economics 70(2), 505-29.

141.      Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (2003), 'Public investment and the risk premium for equity', Economica, 70(February), 1-18.

142.      Quiggin, J. and Horowitz, J. (2003), Global warming: Dynamic and comparative static analyses, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, forthcoming.

143.      Quiggin, J. (2003), Background risk in generalized expected utility theory, Economic Theory, 22, 607-11.

144.      Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R. G. (2003), Local utility functions and local probability transformations, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 27(2), 110-20.

145.  Bleichrodt, H., Diecidue, E. and Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Equity weights in the allocation of health care: the rank-dependent QALY model’, Journal of Health Economics, 23(1), 157–71.

146.  Chambers, R.G., Fare, R. and Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Jointly radial and translation homothetic preferences: generalized constant risk aversion’, Economic Theory, 23(3), 689–99.

147.  Chambers, R.G. and Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Incentives and standards in agency contracts’, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 7(2), 201-228.

148.  Chambers, R.G. and Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Technological and financial approaches to risk management in agriculture: an integrated approach’, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 48(2), 199–223.

149.  Chapman, B, Freiburg, A., Quiggin, J. and Tait, D. (2004), ‘Using the tax system to collect fines’, Australian Journal of Public Administration, 63(3), 20–32.

150.  Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Noise trader risk and the welfare effects of privatization’, Economics Bulletin, 5(9), 1–8.

151.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Risk, PPPs and the Public Sector Comparator’, Australian Accounting Review, 14(2), 51–62.

152.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Looking back on microeconomic reform: a skeptical viewpoint’, Economic and Labour Relations Review, forthcoming,

153.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Research and teaching: Complements or Substitutes?’, Australasian Journal of Economics Education, forthcoming,

154.  Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R.G. (2004), ‘Invariant risk attitudes’, Journal of Economic Theory, 117(1), 96–118.

155.  Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R.G. (2004), ‘Drought policy: a graphical analysis’, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 48(2), 225–51.

156.  Tan, P.-L. and Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Sustainable management of the Great Artesian Basin: an analysis based on law and environmental economics’, The Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy, 9(2), 55–03.

157.  Chambers, R.G. and Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Linear-risk-tolerant, invariant risk preferences’, Economics Letters, 86(3), 303-09.

158.  Chambers, R.G. and Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Output price subsidies in a stochastic world’, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 87(2), 501–08.

159.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘The Y2K scare: causes, costs and cures’, Australian Journal of Public Administration, 64(3), 46–55.

160.  Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Increasing uncertainty: a definition’, Mathematical Social Sciences, 49(2), 117–41.

161.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘The oil shock of 2005’, Australian Review of Public Affairs, 6(1), http://www.australianreview.net/digest/2005/11/quiggin.html.

162.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Quiggin responds to "neither borrower nor lender be" by Thomas J. Grennes’, The Economists' Voice, 2(2), Article 6.

163.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Public–Private Partnerships: options for improved risk allocation’, policy forum: financing public infrastructure’, Australian Economic Review, 38(4), 445–50.

164.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Pharmaceuticals and intellectual property: the US–Australia FTA’, Agenda, 12 (2), 145–58.

165.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘The equity premium and the socialist case for public ownership’, Imprints: Egalitarian Theory and Practice, 8(2), 112–24.

166.  Chambers Robert G. and Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Incentives and standards in agency contracts’, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 7(2), 201–28.

167.  Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘What does the equity premium mean?’, The Economists' Voice, 2(4), Article 2, http://www.bepress.com/ev/vol2/iss4/art2.

168.  Bell, S. and Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Asset price instability and policy responses: the legacy of liberalization’, Journal of Economic Issues, XL(3), 629–49.

169.  Chambers, R.G. and Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Dual approaches to the analysis of risk aversion’, Economica, forthcoming,

170.  Freebairn, J. and Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Water rights for variable supplies’, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 50(3), 295–312.

171.  Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘The risk premium for equity: implications for resource allocation, welfare and policy’, Australian Economic Papers, 45(3), 253–68.

172.  Hazeldine, T. and Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘No more free beer tomorrow? Economic policy and outcomes in Australia and New Zealand since 1984’, Australian Journal of Political Science, 41(2), 145–59.

173.  Menezes, F. and Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Games without rules’, Theory and Decision, 63, 315–47.-.

174.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Ambiguity and the value of information: an almost-objective events analysis’, Economic Theory, 30(3), 409–14.

175.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Blogs, wikis and creative innovation’, International Journal of Cultural Studies, 9(4), 481-496

176.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Repurchase of renewal rights: a policy option for the National Water Initiative’, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 50(3), 425–35.

177.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Stories about productivity’, Australian Bulletin of Labour, 32(1), 18–26.

178.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Urban water supply in Australia: the option of diverting water from irrigation’, Public Policy, 1(1), 14–22.

179.  Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R.G. (2006), ‘Capital market equilibrium with moral hazard and flexible technology’, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 42, 358–63.

180.  Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R.G. (2006), ‘Supermodularity and risk aversion’, Mathematical Social Sciences, 52, 1–14.

181.  Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R.G. (2006), ‘The state-contingent approach to production under uncertainty’, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 50(2), 153–69.

182.  Adamson, D., Mallawaarachchi, T. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Water use and salinity in the Murray–Darling Basin: A state-contingent model’, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 51(3), 263–81.

183.  Chambers, R.G. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Dual approaches to the analysis of risk aversion’, Economica, 74(294), 189–213.

184.  Chambers, R.G. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Information value and efficiency measurement for risk-averse firms’, Journal of Productivity Analysis, 27(3), 197–208.

185.  Menezes, F. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Games without rules’, Theory and Decision, 63, 315–47.

186.   Pezzey, J.C.V., Jotzo, F. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Fiddling while carbon burns: Why climate policy needs pervasive emission pricing as well as technology promotion’, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 52, 97–110.

187.  Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Ambiguity and the value of information: An almost-objective events analysis’, Economic Theory, 30(3), 409–14.

188.  Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Complexity, climate change and the precautionary principle’  Environmental Health, 7 (3), 15–21.

189.  Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘The prime ministerial task group on emissions trading: Advocacy and analysis’, Agenda, 14(3), 5–14.

190.  Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Reply to McKibbin and Robson’, Agenda, 14(3), 27–28.

191.  Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R.G. (2007), ‘Supermodularity and the comparative statics of risk’, Theory and Decision, 62, 91–117.

192.  Quiggin, J. and van Veelen, M. (2007), ‘Multilateral indices: Conflicting approaches’, Review of Income and Wealth, 53(2), 372–78.

193.  Sirasoontorn, P. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘The political economy of privatisation in the Thai electricity industry’, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 12(3), 403–19.

194.  Venn, T. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Accommodating indigenous cultural heritage values in resource assessment: Cape York Peninsula and the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia’, Ecological Economics, 61(2–3), 334-44.

195.  Bell, S. and Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘The metagovernance of markets: The politics of water management in australia’, Environmental Politics, forthcoming,

196.  Bell, S. and Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Beyond stop/go? Explaining australia's long boom’, Journal of Australian Political Economy, (61), 71-87.

197.  Chambers, R.G. and Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Comparative statics for state-contingent technologies’, Journal of Economics, 93, 203–14.

198.  Chambers, R.G. and Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Narrowing the no-arbitrage bounds’, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 44(1), 1–14.

199.  Hunter, D. and Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Money ruins everything’, Hastings Communications & Entertainment Law Journal, 30, 203–55.

200.  Pezzey, J.C.V., Jotzo, F. and Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Fiddling while carbon burns: Why climate policy needs pervasive emission pricing as well as technology promotion’, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 52(1), 97–110.

201.  Potts, J. and Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Economics of non-market innovation and digital literacy’, Media International Australia, (128), 144-50.

202.  Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Amateur content production, networked innovation and innovation policy’, Cultural Science, 1(2), http://www.cultural-science.org/journal/index.php/culturalscience/article/view/14/52.

203.  Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Counting the cost of climate change at an agricultural level’, CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources, 2(092), 1–9.

204.  Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Stern and his critics on discounting and climate change’, Climatic Change, forthcoming,

205.  Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Uncertainty and climate change policy’, Economic Analysis and Policy, 38(2), 203–10.

Articles in policy journals

206.  Quiggin, J. and Stoeckel, A. (1982), ‘Protection, income distribution and the rural sector’, Economic Papers 1(2), 57–71.

207.  Quiggin, J. and Vlastuin, C. (1983), ‘Size economies and off-farm employment’, Quarterly Review of the Rural Economy 5(2), 176–8.

208.  Robinson, M. and Quiggin, J. (1985), ‘Retreat from social control: financial deregulation since World War II’, Journal of Australian Political Economy 18, 9–16.

209.  Quiggin, J. (1985), ‘What I'd like to see us get out of the Tax Summit’, Lobby (Autumn), 3–6.

210.  Quiggin, J. (1986), ‘Deregulation and privatisation’, Lobby (Winter), 22–27.

211.  Quiggin, J. (1987), ‘White trash of Asia?’, Current Affairs Bulletin 64(2), 18–25.

212.  Quiggin, J. (1988), ‘In the public domain: public or private monopoly?’, Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics 56(3), 253–54.

213.  Quiggin, J. (1991), ‘The private interest theory of politics: liberal or authoritarian?’, Policy 7(2), 51–54.

214.  Quiggin, J. (1991), ‘The private interest theory debate — rejoinder’, Policy 7(3), 50–51.

215.  Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘The psychology of political economy’, Methodus 4(1), 55–57.

216.  Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘ Partial financial deregulation and the current account’, Economic Papers  11(1), 53–56.

217.  Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘Fightback and One Nation: A comparative analysis’, Australian Tax Forum 9(2), 127–54.

218.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘The Modified One Nation - Tax and Jobs Levy.’, The Australian TAFE teacher. 27(4).

219.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Existence values and benefit cost analysis: A third view’, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management  12(1), 195–99.

220.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Growing our way to full employment?’, Labour and Industry 5(3), 91–104.

221.  Quiggin, J. (1994), ‘Socially useful employment: Address to the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia on the receipt of the 1993 Academy Award for Scholarship’, Newsletter of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia 13(1), 13–21.

222.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Similar triangles and the theory of regulation’, Economic Papers 14(3), 86–88.

223.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Economic policy for the election and beyond’, Economic Papers 14(4), 51–63.

224.  Langmore, J. and Quiggin, J. (1996), ‘Future directions for Labor’, Evatt Papers 4(1), 62–79.

225.  Quiggin, J. (1996), ‘Partial sale: worst of all options’, Communications update 119, 4–5.

226.  Quiggin, J. (1996), ‘The reluctant Budget’, Eureka Street 6(7), 4–5.

Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Can full employment be restored?: Comment', JCU Outlook 9(1), 4.

227.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Private and public ownership and urban transport ', Urban Policy and Research 15(1), 56-58.

228.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Privatisation: what to count?', Australian Accountant 18-9 April.

229.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Work for all - what's stopping us?', Australian Options , 25 February

230.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'The market for tomatoes and the market for labour', Journal of Economic and Social Policy 2(1), 84-95.

231.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Economic rationalism', Crossings, 2(1), 3-12.

232.      Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Competition hang-ups', Eureka Street 8(4), 23-4.

233.      Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Homelessness: the human face of economic imperatives', Parity 11(6), 8.

234.      Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Tax reform is a multi-faceted quandary', Australian Farm Journal August, 11.

235.      Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Why I am not an Austrian', New Australian forthcoming.

236.      Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘Quiggin on GST’, Conservation North Queensland 15(2), 5.

237.      Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘Rationalism and rationality in economics’, Queensland Economic Review (3), 4-5.

238.      Quiggin, J. (2000), Neoliberal globalization and the scope for employment policy, Development .

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240.      Quiggin, J. (2000), Shortening working hours, Australian Options 17, 2-5.

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242.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'Is our working week sustainable?', ingovernment 2(1), 14, 25.

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244.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'Privatisation', Dissent Summer(4), 39Ð43.

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246.      Quiggin, J. (2001), 'The 'People's Bank': the privatisation of the Commonwealth Bank and the case for a new publicly-owned bank', Australian Options, forthcoming.

247.      Quiggin, J. (2001), 'Foreign investment and the branch-office economy', Sydney Papers 13(2), 113-9.

248.      Quiggin, J. (2001), Corporate collapses and deregulatory dilemmas, http://www.econ.usyd.edu.au/drawingboard/digest/0110/quiggin.htmlhe Drawing Board Digest

249.      Also published as: 'Contested ideologies: the Ansett mess', Arena 55(Oct-Nov), 55-57.

250.      Quiggin, J. (2001), 'Australia has gone backwards', Adelaide Voices Oct/Nov, 8.

251.      Quiggin, J. (2002). Private financing of public infrastructure, Dissent 8(Autumn/Winter), 13-17.

252.      Quiggin, J. (2002), 'Telstra: the case for renationalisation and divestiture', Evatt News 75, http://evatt.labor.net.au/news/75.html.

253.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Low-cost Kyoto: 272 economists mightn't be wrong’, Eureka Street 12(9), 8–10.

254.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Free trade and economic integration with the United States: a critical view’, Dialogue, 22(2), 33–37.

255.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘The United States–Australia Free Trade Agreement’, Creative distraction, IV(March), 7–8.

256.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Financing our roads, rail, tunnels and bridges: the case for infrastructure bonds’, King's Counsel, 22, 1–4.

257.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Apples with apples: comparing the cost of capital’, Public Infrastructure Bulletin, Issue 3, March, 11–12; 21–22.

258.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘A century of inglorious failure: on the legacy of Russia's 1905 revolution’, Australian Financial Review, Review p. 11.

259.  Gans, J. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘The practicalities of emissions trading’, Melbourne Review, 3(2), 60–65.

260.  Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Election 2007: Water policy’, Australian Review of Public Affairs, September,

261.  Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Issues in Australian water policy’, Australian Chief Executive, February, 38–47.

262.  Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Turning up the heat: say it isn’t so’,  The Walkley Magazine, Issue 42, 16.

263.  Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Net moves from Right to Left’,  The Walkley Magazine, Issue 45, 17.

Book Chapters

264.  Quiggin, J. (1985), ‘The economics of gambling’, in Caldwell, G., Haig, B., Dickerson, M. and Sylvan, L. (ed.), Gambling in Australia, Croom Helm, Sydney.

265.  Quiggin, J. (1987), ‘Land degradation : behavioural causes’, pp. 203–12 in Chisholm, A. and Dumsday, R. (ed.), Land Degradation:Problems and Policies, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

266.  Quiggin, J. (1987), ‘Lotteries - an economic analysis’, pp. 127–38 in Walker, M. (ed.), Faces of Gambling, Sydney, National Association for Gambling Studies.

267.  Quiggin, J. and Fisher, B. S. (1988), ‘Market and institutional structures in the grain handling industry: an application of contestability theory’, pp. 47–60 in Fisher, B. S. and Quiggin, J. (ed.), The Australian Grain Handling, Storage and Transport Industries: An Economic Analysis, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Sydney, Research Report No. 13.

268.  Quiggin, J. and Fisher B.S. (1988), ‘Pooling in the Australian Grain Handling and Transport Industries’, pp.  Ch 7 in Fisher B.S. and Quiggin, J. (ed.), The Australian Grain Storage, Handling and Transport Industries: An Economic Analysis, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Sydney, Sydney.

269.  Quiggin, J. (1988), ‘An Assessment of the Effects of Peak-Load Pricing at Country Receival Points’, pp.  Ch 8 in Fisher B.S. and Quiggin, J. (ed.), The Australian Grain Storage, Handling and Transport Industries: An Economic Analysis’, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Sydney, Sydney.

270.  Quiggin, J. (1989), ‘The Role and Consequences of Special Interest Groups and Political Factors’, pp. Ch 3 in Chapman, B. (ed.), Australian Economic Growth, Melbourne, MacMillan.

271.  Quiggin, J. (1990), ‘Irrational action And political process: a comment’, pp. 137–40 in Brennan, G. and Walsh C. (ed.), Rationality, Individualism and Public Policy, Canberra, Centre for Research on Federal Financial Relations, Australian National University.

272.  Quiggin, J. (1991), ‘Increasing risk: another definition’, in Chikan, A. (ed.), Progress in Decision, Utility and Risk Theory, Kluwer, Amsterdam.

273.  Quiggin, J., Rose, R. and Chambers, R. (1992), ‘Valuing conservation in the Kakadu Conservation Zone (summary)’, pp. 105–8 in Wallace, N. (ed.), Natural Resource Management: An Economic Perspective, ABARE, Canberra.

274.  Chambers, R., Lee, H. and Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Sharecropping and externalities’, pp. 55–71 in Wunderlich, G. (ed.), Land ownership and taxation in American agriculture, Denver, Colorado, Westview Press.

275.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Food and the GST’, pp. 65–82 in Head, J. (ed.), Fightback! An Economic Assessment, Australian Tax Research Foundation, Glen Waverley, Victoria.

276.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Market Failure and Government Failure:Comment’, pp. 277–279 in King, S. and Lloyd, P. (ed.), Economic Rationalism: Dead End or Way Forward?, Allen and Unwin, St. Leonards, NSW.

277.  Quiggin, J. (1994), ‘The optimal design of crop insurance’, pp. 115–134 in Hueth, D. and Furtan, W. H. (ed.), The Problems of Crop Insurance in Developed Countries, Springer-Verlag, Boston.

278.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Measuring Economic Progress-Comments’, pp. 89–92 in Anderson, P., Dwyer, J. and Gruen, D. (ed.), Productivity and Growth, Reserve Bank of Australia, Sydney.

279.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Short term bias and Australia’s economic performance’, pp. 19–45 in EPAC Commission Paper No 6 (ed.), Short-termism in Australian investment, AGPS, Canberra.

280.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Benefits and costs to residential consumers of telecommunications competition’, in For Whom the Phone Rings, Sydney, Consumer Telecommunications Network.

281.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘The equity premium and public holdings of equity’, pp. 113–128 in EPAC Commission Paper No 6 (ed.), Short-termism in Australian investment, AGPS, Canberra.

282.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Making the future work for young Australians’, in Spierings, J., Voorendt, I. and Spoehr, J. (ed.), Jobs for Young Australians, Adelaide.

283.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Should we be investing more in education ?’, pp. 83–102 in Efficiency and equity in education policy, Canberra.

284.  Quiggin, J. (1996), ‘The Hilmer reforms: issues, benefits and proposed next steps’, in Marsh, I. (. ). (ed.), Implementing the Hilmer Competition Reforms: An Overview of the Issues, Benefits and Proposed Next Steps, Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA), Sydney.

285.  Quiggin, J. (1996), ‘National Savings and Investment Policy: A Syllabus of Errors’, in Sheehan, P., Grewal, B. and Kumnick, M. (ed.), Dialogues on Australia's Future: In honour of the late Professor Ronald Henderson, Melbourne, Centre for Strategic Economic Studies, Victoria University.

286.  Quiggin, J. (1997), ‘The welfare effects of alternative choices of instruments and targets for macroeconomic stabilisation policy’, 174—187 in Lowe, P. (ed.), Monetary Policy and Inflation Targeting, Economic Group, Reserve Bank of Australia.

287.  Quiggin, J. (1996), ‘Microeconomic reform in Australia’, 17–23 in Cater, M. and Paddon, M. (ed.), Shouldering the Burden: The Equity Impact of Microeconomic Reform , University of New South Wales, Sydney , Sydney Public Sector Research Centre.

288.  Quiggin, J. (1997), ‘Work for all: what's stopping us?’, 429–37 in Tomlinson, J., Patton, W., Creed, P. and Hicks, R. (eds.), Unemployment policy and practice, Australian Academic Press, Brisbane.

289.  Dowrick, S. and Quiggin, J. (1998 ), ‘Measures of economic activity and welfare: the uses and abuses of GDP ’, pp. 93–107 in Eckersley, R.(ed.), Measuring Progress: Is Life Getting Better? , CSIRO PUBLISHING , Collingwood, Victoria.

290.  Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘A growth theory perspective on the effects of microeconomic reform’, in Productivity Commission and Australian National University (ed.), Microeconomic Reform and Productivity Growth, Ausinfo, Canberra.

291.  Quiggin, J. (1998 ), ‘Introduction’, pp. vii-viii  in van Wel, C. and Quiggin, J. (ed.), Contemporary Issues in Australian Economics: Essays in Honour of Professor Percy Harris , University of Central    Queensland Press , Rockhampton .

292.  Quiggin, J. (1998 ), ‘Private provision of transport infrastructure — BOOTS, BOTS & BOOS ’, pp. 67–79  in van Wel, C. and Quiggin, J. (ed.), Contemporary Issues in Australian Economics: Essays in Honour of Professor Percy Harris , University of Central    Queensland Press , Rockhampton .

293.  Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘TAB and SA Lotteries Commission’, pp. 41–62 in Spoehr, J. (ed.), Risky Business: An independent assessment of the implications of the privatisation of public enterprise in South Australia, Public Service Association  of South Australia and the Centre for Labour Research, University of Adelaide, Adelaide.

294.  Quiggin, J. and Spoehr, J. (1998), ‘ETSA’, pp. 63–87 in Spoehr, J. (ed.), Risky Business: An independent assessment of the implications of the privatisation of public enterprise in South Australia, Public Service Association of South Australia and the Centre for Labour Research, University of Adelaide, Adelaide.

295.  J. Quiggin, Discussion of 'Industrial Relations Reform and Labour Market Outcomes; A Comparison of Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom' by Mark Wooden and Judith Sloan,  in (Debelle, G. and Borland, J. Eds.), “Unemployment and the Australian Labour Market: Proceedings of a conference held at the H.C. Coombs Centre for Financial Studies, Kirribilli,9-10 June, 1998”, 1998.

296.  Carman, M. and Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘Marginal economics: Microeconomic reform under Labor’, in Carman, M. and Rogers, I. (ed.), Out of the Rut:  Economic Policy Under Labor 1983 to 1996 and Beyond , Allen & Unwin , Sydney.

297.  Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘The privatisation puzzle ’, in Carman, M. and Rogers, I. (ed.), Out of the Rut:  Economic Policy Under Labor 1983 to 1996 and Beyond , Allen & Unwin , Sydney.

298.  Spoehr, J. and Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘ETSA and the privatisation panacea’, in Spoehr, J. (ed.), Beyond the Contract State - policies for social and economic renewal in South Australia, Wakefield Press, Adelaide.

299.  Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘Delays and uncertainties in the negotiations for mining on Aboriginal land’,  in Altman, J. C., Morphy, F. and Rowse, T. (ed.), Land Rights at Risk: Evaluations of the Reeves Report, CAEPR Research Monograph, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University, Canberra, pp. 131–40.

300.  Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘The future of public ownership in Australia: Privatisation or renationalisation?’,  in Officer, R. R. and Quiggin, J., Privatisation: Efficiency of fallacy? Two perspectives, Committee for Economic Development of Australia Information Paper No 61, Sydney, pp. 23–50.

301.  Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R. G. (1999), ‘The state-contingent approach to risk premiums and comparative statics in generalised expected utility theory’,  in Machina, M. and Munier, B. (ed.), Beliefs, interactions and preferences in decision-making, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, pp. 53–67.

302.  Quiggin, J. (2000), ‘Human services and employment in the post-industrial labour market’, 30–44 in O'Connor, I., Warburton, J. and Smyth, P. (ed.), Contemporary perspectives on social work and the human services: challenges and change, Longman, Brisbane.

303.  Quiggin, J. (2000), ‘The public sector as a job engine’, forthcoming in Bell, S. (ed.), Unemployment Crisis: Which Way Out?, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

304.  Quiggin, J. (2000), ‘Discussion of 'Microeconomic Policies and Structural Change' by Peter Forsyth’,  in Gruen, D. and Shrestha, S. (ed.), The Australian Economy in the 1990s: Proceedings of a conference held at the H.C. Coombs Centre for Financial Studies, Kirribilli, 24–25 July2000, 268–71.

305.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘The fall and rise of the global economy: finance’,  in Sheil, C. (ed.), Globalisation: Australian Impacts, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, pp. 19–34.

306.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Markets’, in Langmore, J. (ed.), 2001 Report on the World Social Situation, United Nations, New York.

307.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Public enterprise’, in Dow, G. and Parker, R. (ed.), Business, Work and Community, Oxford University Press, Oxford. pp. 101–116.

308.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Social democracy and market reform in Australia and New Zealand ’,  in Glyn, A. (ed.), Social Democracy in Neoliberal Times: The Left and Economic Policy since 1980, Oxford University Press,  Oxford , pp. 80–109.

309.  Chambers, R. G. and Quiggin, J. (2002), "Dual applications to estimating supply response systems under price and production uncertainty: the state-contingent approach," in A Comprehensive Assessment of the Role of Risk in U.S. Agriculture, eds. R.E. Just and R.D. Pope, New York: Kluwer, pp. 105–20.

310.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Why have the returns to microeconomic reform been so disappointing’, in Fox, K. (ed.), Efficiency in the Public Sector ., Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston/Dordrecht/London, pp. 37–60.

311.  Quiggin, J. (2002), 'Economic governance and microeconomic reform'. in Bell, . (ed) 2002 Economic Governance and Institutional Dynamics, OUP, Melb., pp. 158–7.

312.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Public enterprises’, in Dow, G. and Parker, R. (eds.), Business, Work and Community: Into the New Millennium, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 101–116.

313.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Electricity privatisation in Victoria: fiscal and economic impacts’, in Hodge, G. (ed.), Power to the People: An Audit of Australia’s Electricity Privatisation Experiment, forthcoming,

314.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Free market reform and the South Australian electricity supply industry’, 51–70 in Spoehr, J. (ed.), Power Politics: the Electricity Crisis and You, Wakefield Press, Kent Town, South Australia.

315.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Privatisation’, 17–30 in Dowrick, S. (ed.), Cambridge Handbook of the Social Sciences in Australia, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne.

316.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Risk, discounting and the public sector’, in Pannell, D. and Schilizzi, S. (ed.), Discount rates in Australian agriculture, Edward Elgar,

317.  Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R. G. (2003), ‘The state-contingent approach to modeling environmental risk management’, forthcoming in Babcock, B. A., Fraser, R. W. and Lekakis, J. N. (ed.), Risk Management and the Environment: Agriculture in Perspective, Kluwer, Amsterdam.

318.  Hayward, D. & Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘A financial vision for a long-term Labor government in Victoria’, In Visions for Victoria, (Eds, Hayward, D. & Ewer, P.) The Vulgar Press, Carlton North, Victoria, pp. 29–51.

319.  Quiggin, J. and Sheil, C. (2003), ‘Public-private partnerships’, in Hayward, D. (ed.), Visions for Victoria, forthcoming

320.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Governance of public corporations: profits and the public benefit’, 27–41 in Michael J. Whincop  (ed.), From bureaucracy to Business Enterprise: Legal and Policy Issues in the Transformation of Government Services, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Hampshire, England.

321.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Dilemmas of competition policy’, pp. 286–89 in Argyrous, G. and Stillwell, F. (ed.), Economics as a Social Science: Readings in Political Economy, second edn,  Pluto Press Australia,  Annandale, New South Wales.

322.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Electricity privatisation in Victoria: fiscal and economic impacts’, in Hodge, G. (ed.), Power to the People: An Audit of Australia’s Electricity Privatisation Experiment, forthcoming,

323.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Inequality and globalisation: neoliberal and internationalist interpretations’, in Kwon, H. (ed.), forthcoming UNRISD volume,.

324.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Electricity privatisation in Victoria: fiscal and economic impacts’, In Power Progress: An Audit of Australia’s Electricity Reform Experiment, (Ed, Hodge G., Sands V., Hayward D. and Scott D.) Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 109–23.

325.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Economic policy’, In The Howard Years, (Ed, Manne, R.) Black Inc. Agenda, pp. 169–90.

326.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘The economic policy debate’, In The Politics of Australian Society: Political Issues for the New Century (2nd edn), (Ed, Boreham, P., Stokes, G. and Hall, R.) Pearson–Longman, Sydney, pp. 263–77.

327.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Economic liberalism: fall, revival and resistance’, pp. 21–43 in Ideas and Influence: Social Science and Public Policy in Australia, (Eds, Saunders, P. and Walter, J.) UNSW Press, Sydney.

328.  300. Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Economic constraints on public policy’, pp. 526–39 in Oxford Handbook of Public Policy, (Ed, Moran, M., Rein, Martin and Goodin, Robert E., (eds)) Oxford University Press, Oxford.

329.  Bell, S. & Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Unemployment, Labour Market Insecurity and Policy Options’, pp. forthcoming in Social Policy in Australia: Understanding for Action, (Eds, McLelland, A. & Smyth, P.)

330.   Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Risk, discounting and the public sector’ in Pannell,  Dave and Schilizzi, Steven (eds) Economics and the Future: Time and Discounting in Private and Public Decision Making, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 57–68.

331.  Quiggin, John (2006), 'Economic blogs and blog economics' in Bruns, Axel and Jacobs, Joanne (eds), Uses of Blogs, Peter Lang Publishing, New York, Chapter 7.

332.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Five Observations on Financing Health Care’, pp. forthcoming in Engaging the New World: Studies on the Knowledge Economy, (Eds, Grewal, B. & Kumnick, M.) Melbourne University Press,

333.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Globalisation: Macroeconomic management and public finance’, pp. forthcoming in Globalisation and the Asia-Pacific: contested perspectives and diverse perspectives, (Eds, Islam, Y. & Nguyen, T.)

334.  Quiggin, J. & Grant, S. (2007), ‘Conjectures, refutations and discoveries: Incorporating new knowledge in models of belief and choice under uncertainty’, pp. 9–25 in Uncertainty and risk: Mental, formal, experimental representations, (Eds, Abdellaoui, M., et al.) Springer, Heidelberg.

335.   Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Internet and innovation’, pp. 150–55. in Open content licensing: Cultivating the creative commons, (Ed, B., F.) Sydney University Press, Sydney.

336.  Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Economists and uncertainty’,. in Uncertainty and risk: Multidisciplinary perspectives, (Eds, Bammer, G. & Smithson, M.) Earthscan, in press, London.

337.  Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Employment and innovation in the information economy’, in Knowledge policy: Foresight for the twenty first century, (Eds, Hearn, G., Rooney, D. & Wright, D.),  in press. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Other

338.  Quiggin, J. (1988), Review of ‘Restraining Leviathan: Small Government in Practice ’, Economic Analysis and Policy 18(2), 259–61.

339.  Quiggin, J. (1993), Review of ‘Conflicts and Cooperation in managing environmental resources (Pethig, R. ed)’, Economic Record 69(204), 94–95.

340.  Quiggin, J. (1994), ‘Review of ‘Inequality re-examined’ by  Sen, A.’, Economic Record 70(208), 106.

341.  Quiggin, J. (1997), ‘Review of Kevin Davis and Ian Harper (eds), Privatisation: the financial implications, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1993’, Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration 83(February), 109–11.

342.  Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘Book Review: Russell Mathews and Bhajan Grewal, The Public Sector in Jeopardy: Australian Fiscal Federalism from Whitlam to Keating’, The Economic and Labour Relations Review 9(2), 310–14.

343.  Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘Challenging orthodoxy in the battle for sustained growth’, Australian Financial Review 16 April(04.16), pp. 6–7 (Review of Peter Brain (1999), Beyond Meltdown: The Global Battle for Sustained Growth, Scribe Publications, Melbourne.)

344.  Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘Globalisation: brave new world or techno trap?’, Australian Financial Review 1 October, pp. 5–6. (Review Article: Alvin Toffler, Future Shock , Alvin Toffler &Heidi Toffler Creating a New Civilization: The Politics of the Third Wave, Hans-Peter Martin and Harald Schumann Global Trap , Thomas Friedman, The Lexus and the Olive Tree:Understanding Globalization.)

345.  Quiggin, John (2000), ‘Review of U. Schmidt's Axiomatic Utility Theory Under Risk: Non-Archimedean Representations and Application to Insurance Economics, Springer, Berlin, 1998’, Journal of Economics 71(1), 80–82.

346.  Quiggin, J., (2000)Review of Labor without class by Thompson, Andrew, Australian Options,

347.  Quiggin, J., (2000)Review of Productivity Commission (1999) Australia’s Gambling Industries, Agenda, 7(2)(167–70.

348.  Quiggin, J. (2000), Taking stock of irrational exuberance, Australian Financial Review, 1 September, Review of Dow 36000 by Glassman and Hassett and Irrational exuberance by Shiller.

349.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘The economic rationalists strike out’, Australian Financial Review, 6 April.  Review of, Building Prosperity: Australia's Future as a Global Player by  Wolfgang  Kasper (2000) and Exasperating Calculators: The Rage over Economic Rationalism and the Campaign against Australian Economists by William Coleman and Alf Hagger (2001).

350.  Quiggin, J.(2001)Review of  Thomas Frank's 'One Market Under God', Secker & Warburg.,, BOSS (Financial Review)  2(3),p. 64

351.  Quiggin, John (2001), ‘Kids Money: Review of Smith D. (ed.) Indigenous Families and the Welfare System: Two Community Case Studies†, ’, Agenda 8(3), 263–65.

352.  Quiggin, John (2001), ‘The state of welfare at home and abroad: Review of Ehrenreich, B, Nickel and Dimed  and Goodin, R. et al The Real Worlds of Welfare Capitalism’, Australian Financial Review, 14 September.

353.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Thinking their way to the top: on the alleged decline of public intellectuals’, Australian Financial Review, 10 May, Review of Public Intellectuals: A Study of Decline, by Richard Posner.

354.  Quiggin, J. (2002). The misadventures of reckless minds,,Review of Mark Lilla, The Reckless Mind: Intellectuals in Politics, New York Review of Books 2001; Christopher Hitchens, Letters to a Young Contrarian, Basic Books 2001; Christopher Hitchens, Unacknowledged Legislators: Writers in the Public Sphere, Verso 2000, Australian Financial Review, 5  July

355.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘John Quiggin on progressive reform: review of Boris Frankel's When the Boat Comes in, Pluto Press, 2002’, 60(August–September), 47–49.

356.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Myths of the Market; Review of: Thomas Frank, One Market Under God, Sydney, Vintage, 2001 & William Baumol, The Free-Market Innovation Machine: Analyzing the Growth Miracle of Capitalism, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2002 ’, The Drawing Board (Digest) , http://www.econ.usyd.edu.au/drawingboard/digest/0211/quiggin.html.

357.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Economics of the Dark Side: Review of Jack Hirshleifer, The Dark Side of the Force: Economic Foundations of Conflict Theory, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2001’, The Drawing Board (Digest), http://www.econ.usyd.edu.au/drawingboard/digest/0205/quiggin.html.

358.   Quiggin, J. (2002), A rough ride to freedom for information. Review of The Future of Ideas: The Fate of the Commons in a Connected World, by Lawrence Lessig, Random House (US), Australian Financial Review, 8 November

359.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Review of Refashioning the Rag Trade: Internationalising Australia's Textiles, Clothing and Footwear Industries by Michael Webber and Sally Weller, UNSW Press, 2001’, 21(1), 56–7.

360.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Review of Debunking Economics: The Naked Emperor of the Social Sciences by Steve Kenn, Pluto Press, 2001’, Economic Record 78(241), 245-6

361.  Quiggin, John (2002), ‘Review of At the Crossroads - three essays by Jane Kelsey, New Zealand Economic Paper, 36(1), 127–30.

362.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Trading blows in the evolutionary war: Review of Steven Pinker's The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature.  ’, Australian Financial Review, 24–27 January.

363.  Quiggin, John (2003), ‘Managing the risky business of life, Review of Robert Shiller's The New Financial Order: Risk in the 21st Century ’, Australian Financial Review, 13 June.

364.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘ Review of Shaun Goldfinch’s Remaking New Zealand and Australian Economic Policy: Ideas, Institutions and Policy Communities’, Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions, vol 17 no 2, 308–10.

365.  Quiggin, J. (2004), How democracies get out of bad wars. review of Gil Merom's how democracies lose small wars, Cambridge University Press, Australian Financial Review, Review, pp. 4–5,18 June.

366.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘The magic in science’, Australian Financial Review, 17 December.

367.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘A curious consensus’, Australian Financial Review, Review p. 3, p. 6.

368.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Dismantling the poverty trap’, Australian Financial Review, Review p. 4.

369.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Riding the nanopony express’, Australian Financial Review, Review pp. 4–5.

370.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘To boldly go: contenders for science fiction's top literary prize’, Australian Financial Review, Review pp. 4–5.

371.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Healthy, wealthy and wise’, Australian Financial Review, Review, p. 5.

372.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘No agreement on the Washington consensus’, Australian Financial Review, Review, pp. 10–11.

373.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Working towards a simpler life’, Australian Financial Review, Review p. 4.

374.  Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘'Spinning gold from straw, sometimes: on the commercial successes of the internet's "long tail"', Review of Chris Anderson’s Long Tail: Why the Future of Business Is Selling Less of More, Hyperion (in the US)’, Australian Financial Review, Review, 9 March, Review p. 3.

375.  Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘'A pessimistic view of optimism: on the hazard of being unprepared', Review of Karen A. Cerulo's Never Saw it Coming: Cultural Challenges to Envisioning the Worst, Chicago University Press’, Australian Financial Review, 9 February, Review p. 5.

376.  Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘The greenhouse mafia’, Review of Clive Hamilton’s Scorcher: The Dirty Politics of Climate Change, Black Inc Agenda’, Australian Financial Review, 1 June, Review pp. 4–5.

377.  Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Economists do give a damn, after all’, Review of Diane Coyle’s The Soulful Science: What Economists Really Do and Why It Matters, Princeton University Press’, Australian Financial Review, 20 July, Review pp. 3–4.

378.  Quiggin, J. (2008), ‘Rethinking the limits to economic growth’, Australian Financial Review, 18 April.

Reports

379.  Quiggin, J. (1989), ‘The Future of the Family Farm’, Report for Australian Special Rural Research Council, Centre for International Economics, Canberra.

380.  Quiggin, J. (1991), ‘Contingent valuation of Kakadu Conservation Zone’, Report for Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Canberra.

381.  Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘Analysis of export finance insurance for wheat’, Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Canberra.

382.  Quiggin, J. (1992), ‘Uncertainty and point estimators in benefit–cost analysis’, World Bank, Washington.

383.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Production with insecure property rights’, Institute for Research on the Informal Sector, University of Maryland.

384.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Fightback and One Nation: Revision and update’, Australian National University, Canberra.

385.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Fightback, One Nation and People with Disabilities’, Disabled People International, Canberra.

386.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Sustainability and inter-generational equity’, Environmentally Sustainable Development Secretariat,

387.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘The Industry Commission approach to public sector reform’, Evatt Foundation, Sydney.

388.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘The modified One Nation tax cut and the proposed jobs levy - an assessment’, Community and Public Sector Union,

389.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘The public sector and national savings strategy’, Community and Public Sector Union, Sydney.

390.  Quiggin, J. (1994), ‘Approaches to measuring efficiency and effectiveness in schools education’, Schools Council of Australia, Canberra.

391.  Quiggin, J. (1994), ‘Managing the Australian Economy in 1995 and beyond: Full employment vs Monetary contraction’, Community and Public Sector Union,

392.  McMillen, J., Ryan, N. and Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Social and economic reports: potential impacts of the Cairns casino’, QUT,

393.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Enterprise bargaining in universities: A framework for analysis’, James Cook University,

394.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Productivity increases and enterprise bargaining at JCU’, James Cook University, Townsville.

395.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘The growth consequences of Hilmer and related reforms’, Community and Public Sector Union,

396.  Byron, P. and Quiggin, J. (1996), ‘Comparative study of the socio-economic impacts of the Brisbane and Cairns casinos 1996–1998’, Faculty of Business, Queensland University of Technology,

397.  Quiggin, J. (1996), ‘Implementation of competition policy in local government’, Urban Local Government Association of Queensland,

398.  Hamilton, C., Hundloe, T. and Quiggin, J. (1997), ‘Ecological tax reform in Australia: using taxes, charges and public spending to protect the environment without hurting the economy’, Australia Institute, Canberra.

399.  Hamilton, C. and Quiggin, J. (1997), ‘Economic analysis of greenhouse policy: a layperson's guide to the perils of economic modelling’, Australia Institute, Canberra.

400.  Hamilton, C. and Quiggin, J. (1997), ‘The privatisation of CSL’, Australia Institute, Canberra.

401.  Knapman, B. and Quiggin, J. (1997), ‘The Australian economy in the twentieth century’, Bremen,

402.  Quiggin, J. (1997), ‘The Hilmer Reforms and NSW Agriculture’, Report to the NSW Dairy Corporation, Sydney.

403.  Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘Notes on the economic implications of privatisation of SA Ports and Homestart’, Public Service Association of South Australia and Centre for Labour Research, University of Adelaide, Adelaide.

404.  Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘Options for privatisation of the HEC: A supplementary report’, Report to Public Accounts Committee, Parliament of Tasmania,

405.  Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘Options for privatisation of the HEC: An economic assessment’, Report to Public Accounts Committee, Parliament of Tasmania,

406.  Hamilton, C. and Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘The Economics of Reducing Greenhouse Gases’, The Australia Institute, Canberra.

407.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘The Budget position in South Australia’, Report for Centre for Labour Research, Adelaide University,

408.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘The medium-term Budget strategy for South Australia’, Report for Centre for Labour Research, Adelaide University,

409.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Risk, discounting and the evaluation of public investment projects’, Report for Bureau of Transport Economics, Canberra.

410.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Risk and discounting in project evaluation’, Appendix to Risk in Cost–Benefit Analysis, Report 110, Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics, Canberra,

411.  Gans, J. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘The practicalities of emissions trading’, Melbourne Review,

412.  Mallawaarachchi, T. et al. (2007), ‘Reduced water availability: impacts on agricultural activities and regional economies in the Murray–Darling Basin’, Report prepared by ABARE for the Murray–Darling Basin Commission, Canberra.

413.  Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Issues in Australian water policy’, Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) as part of the CEDA/Fujitsu 2007 Economic and Political Overview, Sydney.

414.  Quiggin, John (2007) (2007), ‘The Risk Society: Social Democracy in an Uncertain World’, Centre For Policy Development, Sydney.

415.  Submissions

416.  Quiggin, J. and Fisher, B. (1987), ‘Untitled’, Submission to Industries Assistance Commission Draft Report Hearings on the Wheat Industry, University of Sydney.

417.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘ Industry Commission draft report on urban transport - Comments’, Submission to Industry Commission inquiry into urban transport, CEPR, ANU.

418.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘External costs of private vehicles - Harm to other road users’, Submission to Industry Commission inquiry into urban transport, CEPR, ANU.

419.      Quiggin, J., (1995), Competition and Communications: Some notes on reform options for Australia Post, Submission to Parliamentary Inquiry, James Cook University.

420.      Quiggin, J., (1995), Employment and Unemployment in Australia - A Long-term Perspective, Canberra, Submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Long-term Strategies.

421.      Quiggin, J., (1995), Enterprise bargaining in universities: A framework for analysis, James Cook University

422.      Quiggin, J., (1995), The growth consequences of Hilmer and related reforms, , Community and Public Sector Union.

423.      Quiggin, J., (1995), Notes on competition policy -, Submission to ACT Legislative Assembly Committe of inquiry

424.      Quiggin, J., (1995), Notes on the 1995/96 Commonwealth budget, Paper presented to Australian Parliamentary Library seminar, James Cook University.

425.      Quiggin, J., (1995), Private Infrastructure: A response to the EPAC Taskforce Interim Report, , James Cook University.

426.      Quiggin, J., (1995), Private sector involvement in infrastructure projects, JCU, Submission to EPAC Private Infrastructure Task Force.

427.      Quiggin, J., (1995), Productivity increases and enterprise bargaining at JCU , , James Cook University.

428.      Quiggin, J., (1995), Questions and Answers on competition policy, Paper presented to Australian Parliamentary Library seminar, James Cook University.

429.      Quiggin, J., (1995), Response to Industry Commission Draft report on contracting out in the public sector, , James Cook University.

430.      Quiggin, J., (1995), Submission to Industry Commission Inquiry into contracting out in the public sector, , James Cook University.

431.      Quiggin, J., (1995), Whole-of-Government Accounting and Public Sector Net Worth, Submission to Joint Parliamentary Committee on Public Accounts, James Cook University.

432.      McMillen, J., Ryan, N., Quiggin, J., (1995), Social and economic reports: potential impacts of the Cairns casino, QUT, Brisbane.

433.      Quiggin, J. (1996), Competition and Communications: Some notes on reform options for Australia Post,

434.      Quiggin, J. (1996), The environmental trust fund and sustainable environmental spending, , Submission to Senate Environment, Recreation, Communications and the Arts Reference Committe inquiry into the Natural Heritage of Australia Trust Fund Bill 1996.

435.      Quiggin, J. (1996), Implementation of competition policy in local government, , Report to the Urban Local Government Association of Queensland.

436.      Quiggin, J. (1996), The partial privatisation of Telstra: an assessment, , Submission to Senate Environment, Recreation, Communications and the Arts Reference Committe inquiry into the Telstra (Dilution of Public Ownership) Bill 1996.

437.      Hamilton, C., Hundloe, T., and Quiggin, J. (1997), An Ecological Tax Reform Package for Australia, , Australia Institute, Canberra.

438.      Knapman, B., and Quiggin, J. (1997), The Australian economy in the twentieth century,

439.      Quiggin, J. (1997), The choice facing Labor, , Submission to Australian Labor Party Economic Policy Committee.

440.      Quiggin, J. (1997), The Hilmer process and regulation of the legal profession, , Submission to Parliament of New South WalesStanding Committee on Law and Justice.

441.      Quiggin, J. (1997), The Hilmer reforms and NSW agriculture, , Report to the NSW Dairy Corporation.

442.      Quiggin, J. (1997), Risk, public sector net worth and the proposed privatisation of the NSW electricity industry, , Submission to Committee of Inquiry into the proposed privatisation of the NSW electricity industry (Hogg Committee).

443.      Quiggin, J. (1997), Transport Infrastructure, , Submission to parliamentary committee.

444.      Quiggin, J.,Saddler, H.,Neutze, M.,Hamilton, C., and Turton, H. (1998), The privatisation of ACTEW: the fiscal, efficiency and service quality implications of the proposed sale of ACT electricity and water, Discussion Paper No. No. 20, Canberra.

445.      Quiggin, J., (1998), Notes on the economic implications of privatisation of SA Ports and Homestart, James Cook University, Townsville, Report to Public Service Association of South Australia and Centre for Labour Research, University of Adelaide.

446.      Quiggin, J., (1998), Options for privatisation of the HEC: An economic assessment, Report to Public Accounts Committee, Parliament of Tasmania

447.      Quiggin, J., (1998), Options for privatisation of the HEC: A supplementary report, Report to Public Accounts Committee, Parliament of Tasmania

448.      Quiggin, J., (1998), The proposed privatisation of Telstra: an assessment , Submission to Senate Environment, Recreation, Communications and the Arts Legislation Committee inquiry into Telstra (Transition to Full Private Ownership) Bill 1988, James Cook University.

449.      Quiggin, J. (1998), Equity and efficiency effects of food taxes, Submission to Senate Committee of Inquiry into a New Tax System.

450.      Quiggin, J. (1998), Socioeconomic consequences of National Competition Policy, Submission to Productivity Commission Inquiry.

451.      Quiggin, J. (1999), Equity aspects of the proposed GST, Supplementary submission to Senate Committee of Inquiry into a New Tax System.

452.      Quiggin, J. (1999), Submission to Productivity Commission Inquiry into Gambling S , Submission to Productivity Commission Inquiry.

453.      Defence policy: One clear objective,Submission to Defence Review 2000

454.      Telstra: structure, ownership and service,Submission to Committee of Inquiry into Telstra Service Standards

455.      Feasibility and Consequences of a ban on Internet gambling , Submission to Senate and National Office of the Information Economy Inquiries, August 2000.

456.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Resolving the University crisis’, Submission to Inquiry of the Senate Employment, Workplace Relations, Small Business and Education Committee into the capacity of public universities to meet Australia’s higher education needs,

457.  Spoehr, J. and Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘The promise of a social dividend: quality jobs and services for the 21st Century’, Submission to Public Service Association of South Australia State Budget Submission 2001-2002,

458.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Untitled’, Submission to Victorian Parliament Public Accounts and Estimates Committee's Inquiry into Private Sector Investment in Public Infrastructure, Canberra.

459.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘The case against economic integration of Australia and the United States’, Submission to Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee’s Inquiry into the General Agreement on Trade in Services and Australia and US Free Trade Agreement, Canberra, 11 April,

460.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Untitled’, Submission to Australian Accounting Standards Board on Exposure Draft 108 dealing with Share-based Payment, (‘ED 108 “Request for comment on IASB ED 2 share-based payment”), Melbourne, 5 February.

461.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Untitled’, Submission to Parliament of Australia, Joint Committee on Treaties, Inquiry into the proposed Free Trade Agreement between Australia and the United States,

462.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Paying for infrastructure’, Submission to Australian Labor Party Inquiry into the Financing and Provision of Australian Infrastructure, Brisbane, October.

463.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Internet comment on electoral matters’, Submission to Parliamentary Electoral Matters Committee Inquiry into the Conduct of the 2004 Federal Election and Matters Related, Brisbane, July.

464.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Internet comment on electoral matters: Supplementary submission’, Submission to Parliamentary Electoral Matters Committee Inquiry into the Conduct of the 2004 Federal Election, Brisbane, August.

465.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Assessing the costs and benefits of reducing emissions of greenhouse gases’, Submission to Stern Committee of Review into Climate Change, UK,

466.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Sacred cows and salinity’, Submission to Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts Committee Inquiry into the extent and economic impact of salinity,

467.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Untitled’, Submission to NSW Parliament's Joint Select Committee on the Cross City Tunnel,

468.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Water reform in Australia: strengths and limitations of market-based mechanisms’, Submission to Submission to the Productivity Commission research study, Rural Water Use and the Environment: The Role of Market Mechanisms,

469.  Gans, J. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘The practicalities of emissions trading’, Submission to Prime Ministerial Task Group on Emissions Trading, University of Melbourne and University of Queensland.

Conference Papers

470.  Quiggin, J. and Drake-Brockman, J. (1978) ‘Commodity price stabilisation schemes’, Economic Society Conference, Sydney .

471.  Quiggin, J. (1981) ‘Pricing behaviour of firms with market power’, Economic Society Conference, Canberra .

472.  Quiggin, J. (1982) ‘Higher interest rates and the farm sector’, Australian Agricultural Economics Society conference, Melbourne .

473.  Quiggin, J. (1982), ‘Discount rates for farm investments’, paper presented at Australian Agricultural Economics Society conference, Melbourne .

474.  Quiggin, J. (1982) ‘Common property, externalities and multiple use resources’ Australian Agricultural Economics Society conference, Melbourne .

475.  Quiggin, J. (1983) ‘Compensation criteria and the policy economist’, Economic Society Conference, Hobart .

476.  Quiggin, J. (1984) World trade and the case for macro-economic co-operation, Australian Agricultural Economics Society conference, Sydney .

477.  Quiggin, J. (1985) ‘Risk and uncertainty in agricultural land degradation’, Australian Agricultural Economics Society conference, Armidale .

478.  Hall, N., Quiggin, J. Purtill, A. and Fraser, L. (1987) ‘New wine in old bottles: updating a large programming model’, Australian Agricultural Economics Society conference, Adelaide .

479.  Quiggin, J. (1988) ‘Prospect theory without intransitivity’ , Paper presented at seminar on Uncertainty in Economics and Finance, Te-Aviv, May 1988.

480.  Quiggin, J. (1988), ‘Does micro-irrigation pay’, invited keynote paper presented at 4th International Congress on Micro-Irrigation, Albury, October 1988.

481.  Quiggin, J. and Fisher, B.S. (1989),’Generalised Utility theories: Implications for stabilisation policy’, Australian Agricultural Economics Society conference, Christchurch.

482.  Anderson, J. and Quiggin, J. (1990), ‘Risk and project appraisal’, paper presented at 2nd World Bank Development Economics Conference, Washington, April.

483.  Quiggin, J. (1990),’Stochastic dominance, efficient sets and Galois duality’, paper presented at 4th Foundations of Utility Research Conference, Duke University, June, under revision.

484.  Quiggin, J. (1990), ‘Framing’, paper presented at Conference in my honor, George Mason University, December, under revision.

485.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘A bimodal model of industrial organization’, paper presented at Sydney, ANU/BIE Conference on Industry Economics.

486.  Quiggin, J. (1993), ‘Unemployment and real wages’, paper presented at CEPR/Access Economics Forecasting Conference, Canberra.

487.  Quiggin, J. (March, 1994), ‘Outcomes, costs and incentives - comment’, paper presented at Conference on Investment in Public Education, Schools Council, Canberra.

488.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘The case for a Tobin tax’, paper presented at Evatt Foundation breakfast, Sydney.

489.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘The costs of financial deregulation’, paper presented at CEDA Conference on financial deregulation, Sydney.

490.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Making the Future Work for Young Australians’, paper presented at Jobs for Young Australians Conference, Adelaide.

491.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Privatisation and private infrastructure: How the public pays’, paper presented at Public First Conference, RMIT, Melbourne.

492.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘The role of employment programs in achieving Work for All’, paper presented at National Skillshare Conference, Brisbane.

493.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Scale economies and the size distribution of firms: A bimodal model ’, paper presented at Conference on Return to Increasing Returns, Monash University, Melbourne.

494.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Should we be investing more in education ?’, paper presented at NBEET / ANU Conference on Efficiency and Equity in Education Policy, Canberra, September.

495.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Where is economics going ?’, paper presented at Seminar presentation, JCU.

496.  Quiggin, J. (1995), ‘Work to be Done’, paper presented at Paper presented to ACOSS Conference, Brisbane.

497.  Quiggin, J. (1996), ‘Competitive tendering and contracting: An assessment of the Industry Commission Draft Report’, paper presented at IIR Conference on Competitive tendering and contracting , Sydney.

498.  Quiggin, J. (1996), ‘The intensification of work and the polarisation of labor’, paper presented at Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia Workshop, Canberra.

499.  Quiggin, J. (1996), ‘The economics of resource use and environmental impact in intensive agricultural systems’, paper presented at Sugar 2000 Conference, Brisbane, August 19–23.

500.  Dowrick, S. and Quiggin, J. (1997), ‘Measures of economic activity and welfare: the uses and abuses of GDP’, paper presented at , Paper presented at the National Conference on Indicators, Canberra, 4 July.

501.  Quiggin, J. (1997), ‘Micro gains from micro reform’, paper presented at , Invited paper, Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Conference.

502.  Quiggin, J. (1997), ‘Risk and asset management’, paper presented at , AIC Conference on Asset Management, Melbourne.

503.  Quiggin, J. and Chambers, R. G. (1997), ‘Risk premiums and comparative statics for generalised expected utility theories with and without probabilistic sophistication’, paper presented at , Foundations of Utility Research Conference VIII.

504.  Quiggin, J. (1997), ‘Why have the returns to microeconomic reform been so disappointing’,  Conference on Public Sector Efficiency Measurement, Centre for Applied Economic Research,University of New South Wales.

505.  Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘The equity premium puzzle and the privatisation paradox’, Paper presented at Industry Economics Conference, Australian National University, Canberra.

506.  Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘Comment on 'Poor Workers:  The link between low wages, low family income and the tax and transfer systems',’, paper presented at  Fairly Efficient? Equity and Productivity in the Australian Labour Market', jointly sponsored by the Centre for Economic Policy Research and the Reshaping Australian Institutions Project, Australian National University, Canberra International Hotel, Canberra.

507.  Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘Equity and efficiency effects of food taxes’, Paper presented at the 27th Annual Conference of Economists, University of Sydney, Sydney.

508.  Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘Are there core functions of government?’,    Debate with Geoff Carmody, Director, Access Economics, at the IIR Conference on 'Future Directions in Australian Government', Rydges Hotel, Canberra, 26th February.

509.  Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘Human services and the post-industrial labour market’, paper presented at  Academy of Social Sciences in Australia Workshop on 'Rethinking Social Work and the Human Services in Australia, Customs House, Brisbane.

510.  Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘National Competition Policy and the regions’,  Paper presented at the 2nd National Conference on Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia, Beaudesert.

511.  Quiggin, J. (1998 ), ‘Private Infrastructure Options: BOOTs, BOTs and BOOs’, paper presented at  Conference on 'BOOT: In the Public Interest?' organised by the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism, Australian Mekong Resource Centre, Sydney University and Community Aid Abroad. , University of Technology, Sydney.

512.  Quiggin, J. (1998), ‘Privatisation and the National Market’,  Paper presented at the National Energy Industy Conference, Albert Park Conference Centre, Melbourne, 21st March.

513.  Mallawaarachchi, T. and Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘Determining public welfare values in land allocation: a case study of the sugar industry in northern Australia’,  43 Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Christchurch, 20 - 22 January.

514.  Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘The state-contingent approach to risk premiums and comparative statics in generalised expected utility theory’,  Paper presented at the Economic Theory Conference, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 3rd February.

515.  Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘Building a future that works: solutions to unemployment’,  Paper presented at a plenary session of a conference on 'Social Policy for the 21st Century: Justice and Responsibility', sponsored by the Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 21–23 July.

516.  Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘Delays and uncertainty in the negotiations for mining on Aboriginal land  ’,  Presentation of a paper at a conference on 'Evaluating the Reeves Report: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives' jointly convened by the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology and the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University, Canberra, 26–27th March.

517.  Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘From production under uncertainty to choice under uncertainty and back again:  a personal view of generalised expected utility theory’,  Paper presented at a plenary session of the IXth International Conference on the Foundations and Applications of Utility, Risk and Decision Theory, Congress Centre, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2–5 June.

518.  Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘The state-contingent approach to risk premiums and comparative statics in generalised expected utility theory’,  Paper presented at the Economic Theory Conference, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 3rd February.

519.  Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘Unemployment: Still hoping for a miracle?’,  6th National Conference on Unemployment, Newcastle.

520.  Bleichrodt, H. and Quiggin, J. (1999), ‘Life cycle preferences for consumption and health: when is cost effectiveness analysis equivalent to cost benefit analysis?’,  Paper presented at the 2nd World Conference on 'Private and Public Choices in Health and Health Care', World Trade Centre, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 6–9th June.

521.  Quiggin, J. (2000), Globalisation, democracy and public prosperity,  Don Dunstan lecture, Adelaide.

522.  Quiggin, J. (2000), Why nationalise ?,  Paper presented to Economic Society of Australia, Adelaide.

523.  Chambers, R. G. and Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘"Dual applications to estimating supply response systems under price and production uncertainty: the state-contingent approach," invited paper presented at the Southern Regional Risk Project SER-IEG-31 Annual Meetings, Gulf Shores, Alabama, March 22–24, 2001.

524.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Economic governance and microeconomic reform’,  Paper presented to conference on economic governance, Brisbane.

525.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Governance of public corporations: Profits and the public benefit’,  Paper presented to conference on governance of public corporations, Brisbane.

526.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Human capital investment and the business cycle’, paper presented at ACOSS Paper ACOSS and CEDA, Sydney.

527.  Quiggin, J. (2001), Background risk under constant risk aversion,  Paper presented at FUR X conference, Turin, Italy.

528.  Grant, Simon and Quiggin, John (2002), ‘A model-free definition of increasing uncertainty’, paper presented at Risk, Uncertainty and Decision Conference, Paris, June 3-5.

529.  Quiggin, John (2002), ‘Inequality and globalisation: neoliberal and internationalist interpretations’, paper presented at Improving Knowledge on Social Development in International Organizations, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development second annual retreat, Prangins, Switzerland, 29-30 May .

530.  Quiggin, John (2002), ‘Looking back at microeconomic reform’, paper presented at Economic Society of Australia Annual Conference, Adelaide, 30 September-4 October.

531.  Chapman, B., Freiburg, A., Quiggin, J., and Tait, D. (2002), ‘Rejuvenating financial penalties: using the tax system to collect fines’,  Representing Justice Conference, University of Canberra, December 12-14.

532.  Quiggin, J. (2003),‘Public–private partnerships’, Paper presented to the Australasian Council of Public Accounts Committee’s Biennial Conference, Victorian Parliament,  Melbourne, 3 February.

533.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘The incompleteness hypothesis and the precautionary principle’, Paper presented at the 48th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Melbourne, 10–13 February.

534.  Grant, S. and Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Unforeseen contingencies: a propositional approach’, Paper presented at FUR Conference, Paris.

535.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Consistent Bayesian updating with unforeseen contingencies’, Paper presented at the 23rd Australasian Economic Theory Workshop, University of Auckland, Auckland NZ,

536.   Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Localisation, globalisation and finance’, Paper presented to the 2nd 'State of Australian Cities' Conference hosted by the Urban Research Program, Griffith University, Brisbane.

537.   Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Production under uncertainty: the state-contingent approach’, 49th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Coffs Harbour, 9-11 February 2005.

538.   Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Social capital and open content’, Paper presented to the 'Open Content Licencing (OCL): Cultivating the Creative Commons' Conference hosted by Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.

539.   Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Research and discovery: unforeseen contingencies and the economic analysis of uncertainty’, Paper presented to the Economic Society of Australia's 34th Conference of Economists, University of Melbourne, Melbourne,

540.   Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘State-contingent technologies’, Paper presented to the 49th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Coffs Harbour,

541.   Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Urban water supply in Australia: the option of diverting water from irrigation’, Paper presented to the 2nd 'State of Australian Cities' Conference hosted by the Urban Research Program, Griffith University, Brisbane..

542.  Adamson, D., Mallawaarachchi, T. and Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘State-contingent modelling of the Murray–Darling Basin: implications for the design of property rights’, 50th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Sydney, 8 February.

543.  Venn, T. and Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Accommodating indigenous cultural heritage values in resource assessment: Cape York Peninsula and the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia’, 50th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Sydney, 10 February.

544.  Quiggin, J. and Grant, S. (2006), ‘Learning and Discovery’, 12th International Conference on the Foundations and Applications of Utility, Risk and Decision Theory (FUR XII 2006), Rome, 26 June.

545.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Employment in remote Aboriginal communities: a regional development perspective’, Invited paper presented to a session on ‘Applied econometrics in small populations: issues for measuring indigenous disadvantage’ at the Australasian Meeting of the Econometric Society, Alice Springs, 5 July.

546.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘Risk and uncertainty in agricultural economics and agricultural policy’, Symposium No. 3 at the 26th Conference of the International Association of Agricultural Economists, Gold Coast, 14 August.

547.  Quiggin, J. (2006), ‘The uncertain future of water policy’, Keynote address to the 35th Australian Conference of Economists, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, 27 September.

548.  Tran, T.T. et al. (2007), ‘Climate change and its implications for irrigators in the Murray–Darling Basin’, 51st Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Queenstown, New Zealand, 13–16 February.

549.  Adamson, D., Mallawaarachchi, T. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Climate change and climate uncertainty in the Murray–Darling Basin’, 51st Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Queenstown, New Zealand, 13–16 February.

550.  Menezes, F. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Can game theory be saved?’, 2007 Australasian Meeting of the Econometric Society, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 4 July.

551.  Grant, S., Kline, J. and Quiggin, J. (2007), ‘Lost in translation: honest misunderstandings and ex post disputes’, 2007 Australasian Meeting of the Econometric Society, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 6 July.

Presentations

552.  Quiggin, J. (1999)'Privatisation and public ownership'   at the IIR Conference on Evaluating Government Reform: Implications for Policy Directions, Rydges Hotel, Canberra.

553.  Quiggin, J. (1999)'Privatisation and the government's reform agenda' at the IIR Conference on Evaluating Government Reform: Implications for Policy Directions, Rydges Hotel, Canberra.

554.  Quiggin, J. (1999)'The impact of the GST on low income families, and on charitable organisations'  at a meeting of the North Queensland Community Services Coalition, Townsville.

555.  'The effect of the GST on community organisations'  at the '60 and Better Program State Conference, Eventide Home for the Aged, Charters Towers.

556.  Quiggin, J. (1999)'The World Debt Jubilee :cancelling the Debts owed by the world's poorest countries ', sponsored by the University Ecumenical Group and Amnesty International, James Cook University, Townsville

557.  Quiggin, J. (1999)The privatisation puzzle'  to the Community Forum on 'Challenges of the New Millennium' sponsored by the North Queensland Left * ALP, Townsville.

558.  Presentation of an address on  'Third World Debt', at a meeting of the parish of St James Cathedral, Townsville.

559.  Quiggin, J. (1999)'Attracting investment and people to regional Australia'  at the Australian Labor Party's Regional Development Forum, Rockhampton.

560.  Quiggin, J. (1999) “Identifying the trends in policy development and government consultation to improve policy outcomes”, IIR Conference  on Government Policy, Rydges Hotel, Canberra,18th July 1999.

561.  'The GST and accrual accounting' to the Supported Accomodation Assistance Program, CWA meeting room, Townsville.

562.  Quiggin, J. (1999)Keynote address on 'Privatisation, nationalisation and the mixed economy'   to the 28th Conference of Economists, La Trobe University, Melbourne.

563.  Quiggin, J. (2000)“Risk, discounting and the public sector”, Bureau of Transport Economics Transport Colloquium on ‘A Better Transport System for Australia: The Contribution of Research and Analysis’, Rydges Lakeside Hotel, Canberra, 27th November 2000.

564.  Quiggin, J. (2000)“Demography and the New Economy”,  Australian Population Association’s 10th Biennial Conference on ‘Population and Globalisation: Australia in the 21st Century’, Rydges Riverwalk Hotel, Melbourne, 29th November 2000

565.  Quiggin, J. (2000) Globalisation, democracy and public prosperity. Don Dunstan Lecture, Don Dunstan Foundation and University of Adelaide, Adelaide, 23 February 2000.

566.  Quiggin, J. (2000) Why Privatise?.  Debate with Prof. Bob Officer , sponsored by the South Australian Branch of the Economic Society, Adelaide,  4 April 2000.

567.  Quiggin, J. (2000)Asian property — playful kittens or wounded tigers. Property Council of Australia Congress 2000, Darwin, 11 July 2000.

568.  Quiggin, J. (2001) Economic governance and microeconomic reform” , ‘Institutional Dynamics of Australian Economic Governance’ Symposium, School of Political Science and International Studies, University of Queensland, Marriott Hotel, Brisbane, February 15–16, 2001.

569.  Quiggin, J. (2001)“Is the notion of community consultation genuine?”, Institute for International Research (IIR) Conference on ‘Community Engagement in the Public Sector’, Pavilion on Northbourne, Canberra, March 15–16, 2001.

570.  Quiggin, J. (2001) “How can employment assistance achieve positive outcomes for disadvantaged job-seekers during economic downturns”,  ACOSS and CEDA invitation-only seminar on ‘Riding the Roller-Coaster: the Role of Fiscal Policy in Easing Economic Downturns’, Canberra, May 14, 2001.

571.  Quiggin, J. (2001) “National Competition Policy: the National Interest”, forum sponsored by the Economic Society (ACT Branch) and the National Institute for Governance, National Press Club, Canberra, May 15, 2001.

572.  Quiggin, J. (2001) “Background risk under constant risk aversion”, 10th International Conference on the Foundations and Applications of Utility, Risk and Decision Theory, Faculty of Economics, University of Turin, 30th May–2nd June, 2001.

573.  Quiggin, J. (2001) “Government-owned corporations in the marketplace: microeconomic issues”,  One-Day Symposium sponsored by the Queensland Treasury and Griffith University on ‘Governing the Government-Owned Corporations’, Parliamentary Annex, Brisbane, 11th July, 2001

574.  Quiggin, J. (2001) “Identifying the trends in Australian policy development and government consultation to improve policy outcomes”, IIR Conference on ‘Designing, Implementing and Evaluating Successful Government Policy’, Duxton Hotel, Wellington, NZ, October 23–24, 2001.

575.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Current trends in social democracy in europe’, Keynote speech given at the National Left Dinner of the National ALP Left/Trade Unions Conference on ‘Reinvigorating Labor’s Social Democratic Program’, Australian National University, Canberra, 11 May,

576.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Private–Public partnerships’, ALP Left Worker’s Club, Brisbane, 17 February,

577.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Australian state government revenues, collection and the australian experience with public–private partnerships’, Queensland Council of Unions Government Revenues and Services Forum, Customs House, Brisbane, 2 April,

578.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Queensland’s budget dilemma: The case for more tax revenue’, The Brisbane Institute, Customs House, Brisbane, 17 June,

579.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Globalisation and neoliberalism’, Workshop on the Benefits and Costs of Globalisation in the Asia–Pacific, Griffith Asia Pacific Research Institute, Griffith University, Brisbane, 14 February,

580.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘The australia–us free trade agreement’, Presentation to a Forum on ‘Evaluating free trade, and beyond: assessing trade prospects, impacts and practicalities in a time of free trade agreements’ hosted by the School of International Business, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 23 February,

581.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘The electricity crisis: What can be done?’, Presentation to a public forum held by the Don Dunstan Foundation, Adelaide, 20th April,

582.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘The recent fair trade agreement between the us and australia’, Guest lecture presented to the Australian Institute of International Affairs, Brisbane, 28th April,

583.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Infrastructure bonds’, Presentation to the Property Council, Brisbane, 4th August,

584.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Infrastructure financing: Options and reality’, Presentation to the Property Council, Smart Transport and Property 2004: Leveraging Transport Infrastructure for Property and Land Use Development, hosted by the UQ Centre for Transport Strategy and Transport Roundtable Australasia Pty Ltd, Customs House, Brisbane,

585.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Risk, discounting and the evaluation of public investment projects’, Bureau of Transport and Resource Economics,

586.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Research funding and commercialisation’, Presentation to a public forum on ‘The future of University Research in Australia’, hosted by the UQ Research Staff Committee of the National Tertiary Education Union, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 5 August,

587.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Innovative taxation arrangements’, Presentation to the Financing Development Colloquium sponsored by the Foundation for Development Cooperation, Gold Coast, 14 August,

588.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘The pros and cons of the 2004-05 queensland state budget’, Presentation to the Brisbane Institute, Brisbane, 31 August,

589.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘How should we pay for pharmaceuticals?’, Presentation to the ACT Branch of the Economics Society of Australia, Canberra, 2 September,

590.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘Discount rates’, Presentation to a symposium on Cost–Benefit Analysis sponsored jointly by the ACT Branch of the Economic Society of Australia and the Australian Public Service Commission (APSC), Canberra, 3 September,

591.  Quiggin, J. (2004), ‘The equity premium: Explanations and implications’, Presentation to the NSW Branch of the Economics Society of Australia,Sydney, 8 September,

592.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Government, market and citizen: From adam smith to peter beattie’, Presentation to the Institute of Public Administration (Qld Division) 2005 IPAA Four Seasons Seminar Series, Brisbane, 9th March,

593.  Quiggin, J. (2005), ‘Consumers attitude to risk’, Presentation at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s Roundtable on Consumers and Competition, Melbourne, 18th March,

594.   Quiggin, John (2006), Presentation to the Australian Labor Party’s Inquiry into the Financing and Provision of Australian Infrastructure, Brisbane, 17 March.

595.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Consumption as a lifestyle choice’, Presentation to the Ideas Festival, presented by the Queensland Government and sponsored by Griffith University and the Brisbane Airport Corporation, Brisbane, 30th March.

596.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Who will serve?: who will be the worker of the future?’, Presentation to the Ideas Festival, presented by the Queensland Government and sponsored by Griffith University and the Brisbane Airport Corporation, Brisbane, 1 April.

597.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Gross National Happiness’, Presentation to the Ideas Festival, presented by the Queensland Government and sponsored by Griffith University and the Brisbane Airport Corporation, Brisbane, 2 April.

598.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘The non-economics of information’, Presentation to the CCI Researcher Symposium sponsored by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 18 May.

599.  Quiggin, John (2006), Presentation on ‘The economics of climate change: What will be the economic effects of climate change, and how much will it cost to do something about it?’, BEL Faculty Board Forum, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 7 June.

600.  Quiggin, John (2006), Presentation on ‘Democratic media’ to the Students of Sustainability Conference, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 11 July.

601.  Quiggin, John (2006), Presentation of opening welcome for a conference entitled ‘Road to where? The politics and practice of implementing welfare-to-work’, presented by the School of Social Work and Applied Human Sciences, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 17 July.

602.  Quiggin, John (2006), Presentation of keynote address on ‘Economics and the environment’ to the UQ Economics Schools Day,  Brisbane, 20 July.

603.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Can private–public partnerships be made to work?’ Paper presented to the University of Queensland/Australian Property Institute Property Conference, Customs House, Brisbane, 21 July.

604.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Economics: the hopeful science’, Presentation to BrisScience (Brisbane’s free monthly talks on science), Brisbane, 31 July.

605.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Responding to climate change in the Murray Darling Basin’, Presentation to the 9th International Riversymposium, Brisbane, 6 September.

606.  Quiggin, John (2006), Presentation of the 27th Annual Archbishop Sir James Duhig Memorial Lecture on ‘The Cultural Development of Australian Society’, St Leo’s College Student Club, St Leo’s College, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 7 September.

607.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Complexity, climate change and the precautionary principle’, ARC Centre for Complex Systems Research Week Lecture, Brisbane, 18 September.

608.  Quiggin, John (2006), Presentation on ‘How can the Greens economic policy mirror its social and environmental imperatives?’ at the Annual State Conference of the Greens (Qld), Brisbane, 30 September.

609.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘The National Water Crisis’, Presentation to the Forum for Economic Realism,  Brisbane, 30 November.

610.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Megaprojects and risk: the Australian context’, Symposium on ‘Megaprojects and risk: achieving sustainable public and private outcomes’, hosted by Griffith University’s Urban Research Program, Brisbane, 1 December.

611.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘A state-contingent model of the Murraty–Darling Basin’, Presentation to a meeting of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Canberra, 4 December.

612.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘A state-contingent model of the Murraty–Darling Basin’, Presentation to a meeting of the CSIRO, Canberra, 5 December.

613.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘The economics of addressing chronic poverty in the community’, Panel discussion at the Development Colloquium on ‘Addressing Poverty: Pro-poor Growth and Financial Inclusion in Asia Pacific’, Canberra, 5 December.

614.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Marking up the Infrastructure Scorecard: Smart State’s development under the Office of Urban Management’, Phillips Fox Seminar Series Breakfast on 'Infrastructure Spending Scorecard’, hosted by the Property Council of Australia (Queensland Division), Brisbane, 10 October.

615.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Behavioral economics and modern decision theory’ , Presentattion paper to a Round Table Discussion on Challenges and Criteria for Behavioral Economists at the 12th International Conference on the Foundations and Applications of Utility, Risk and Decision Theory (FUR XII 2006), Rome, 25 June.

616.  Adamson, David, Mallawaarachchi, Thilak and Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Climate change, water availability and adaption in the Murray-Darling Basin’, Presentation to the Pre-conference Policy Workshop On ‘Water Resources Policy’ at the 26th Conference of the International Association of Agricultural Economists, Gold Coast, 12 August.

617.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘The uncertain future of water policy in Australia’, Presentation to a meeting of the Productivity Commission, Canberra, 6 December.

618.  Quiggin, John (2006), ‘Preparedness and overpreparedness’, Presentation to a mini-conference on Responsive Government: A Discussion of Contemporary Issues in Emergency Management, sponsored by the Queensland Department of Emergency Services, Brisbane, 11 December.

619.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘Prevention, early intervention and the  Smart State’, Presentation to the Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) Conference  on ‘Poverty, prosperity and progress: ensuring the inclusion of all Queenslanders’, Brisbane, 26 March.

620.   

621.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘Can the family farm survive?’ Presentation to the SA Agribusiness Conference, Adelaide, 26 July.

622.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘Thinking  about climate change’, Presentation to the Australian Mensa Conference, Brisbane, 27 October.

623.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘Urban water: markets and planning’, conference dinner presentation at the Australian Academy of Science’s 2007 Fenner Conference on the Environment on ‘Water, population and Australia’s urban future’, Canberra, 15 March.

624.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘Anderson's idea of The Long Tail’,  presentation  to a  joint research symposium on ‘Digital Literacy and Creative Innovation in a Knowledge Economy’, sponsored by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCi), and the Cultural Research Network (CRN), Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 30 March.

625.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘The future of Federalism’, presentation (sponsored by the Evatt Foundation) to the Fringe Program at the ALP's 2007 National Conference, Sydney, 28 April.

626.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘What would life be like with an Australian emissions trading regime?’, presentation to the Committee for the Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) Queensland luncheon program, Brisbane, 9 May.

627.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘Reason, interests and ideology in the climate change debate’, presentation to the Rationalist Society of Australia, Brisbane Chapter, Brisbane, 11 July.

628.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘Climate change and the role of economists in developing appropriate policy responses’, presentation to the Economics Alumni’s Annual General Meeting, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 24 July.

629.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘Global warming: consequences for small to medium businesses’, presentation to the CEO Institute, Brisbane, 1 August.

630.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘An energy exporter confronts climate change’, presentation to the Russia–Australia Business Forum co-hosted by the Honourable Peter Beattie MP, Queensland Premier and Minister for Trade, Queensland Parliament House, Brisbane, 5 September.

631.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘Research with impact’, presentation to the BEL Faculty’s Research Colloquium, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 17 September.

632.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘Emissions trading’,  presentation to CS Energy, Brisbane, 28 September.

633.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘Blogging and self-branding’, Presentation to  Monthly MACS, ARC Cultural Research Network, Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 12 October.

634.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘Coral reefs and the nascent economics of resilience’, Presentation to a National Forum on Coral Reef Futures sponsored by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Canberra, 18 October.

635.  Quiggin, John (2007), ‘ Tackling climate change: a trade-off between living standards and the environment?, Don Dunstan Foundation project on Creating the Climate for Change, Adelaide, 26 July.

Newspaper Articles

636.      Robinson, M., and Quiggin, J., (1978), 'Where's Labor going now ?', Nation Review, 1-7 Sep.

637.      Robinson, M., and Quiggin, J., (1979), 'Plagiarising the Fin Review', Nation Review, 1 Feb.

638.      Quiggin, J., (1992), 'Fightback without the Food Tax', Australian Financial Review, 12 December.

639.      Quiggin, J., (1993), 'The case for a jobs levy instead of following the US', Australian Financial Review, Dec 15.

640.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Don't put all our eggs in the micro-reform basket', The Australian, Jan.

641.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Sacrifices needed to beat the jobs crisis', Canberra Times, Jan 4.

642.      Quiggin, J., (1994), '$6.5 bn sum as illusory as commitment to jobs', Australian Financial Review, May 6 .

643.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Why the number is up for the budget deficit', Australian Financial Review, May 10.

644.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Community services the key to more jobs', The Canberra Times, Jun 14.

645.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'A fresh vision of our assets will be of greater service', Australian Financial Review, 15 Jun.

646.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Tariff misunderstandings', Australian Financial Review, 22 Jun.

647.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Will rational bubbles fall on the infallible markets ?', Australian Financial Review, 24 Jun .

648.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Time to revitalise the public sector', The Canberra Times, Jul 6.

649.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Be wary of the micro dynamic gains thesis', Australian Financial Review, Jul 8.

650.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'High unemployment here to stay', Australian Financial Review, 11 Jul.

651.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Slaves to the bond markets', Australian Financial Review, 25 Jul.

652.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Why selling assets will not pay', Australian Financial Review, Aug 29.

653.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'NZ shows labour reform may not be so ideal', Australian Financial Review, Sep 22 .

654.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Airport sale will see fares climb', The Australian, Sep 28 .

655.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Policy assumptions causing health woes', The Canberra Times, 28 September.

656.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Real benefits of privatisation not so rosy', The Canberra Times, Oct 3.

657.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Unemployment solution only modestly taxing', The Australian, Oct 13.

658.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Increase taxes and kill off the last sacred cow', Australian Financial Review, Nov 1.

659.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Expanding knowledge clarifies contracting out', Australian Financial Review, Nov 18.

660.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Public pays price for private infrastructure', The Age, Melbourne, Nov 22 .

661.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Military's role of 'projecting influence' not worth the cost', The Australian, Nov 29.

662.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Taxing ingenuity of economic thinkers', Australian Financial Review, Dec 9 .

663.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Tax increases to fund employment growth', Sydney Morning Herald, 5 Dec.

664.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Fahey may pay for tax cuts', Sydney Morning Herald, 5 Dec.

665.      Quiggin, J., (1994), 'Taxation: the reforms a strong prime minister would impose', The Australian, Dec 27.

666.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'Jobless must be taken off policy back burner', The Canberra Times, 7 Jan.

667.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'Carbon tax could make more jobs', Australian Financial Review, 23 Jan.

668.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'The real rate of NZ growth', Australian Financial Review, 7 February.

669.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'How modest increases could fund a program that works', Australian Financial Review, Feb 8.

670.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'Myths of the carbon tax debate', Australian Financial Review, 14 February.

671.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'The clever country: not so smart then, even less so now', Sydney Morning Herald, 10 March.

672.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'NZ's economic performance is far worse than Australia's', National Business Review (NZ), 10 March.

673.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'Categories set up hurdle in savings debate', Australian Financial Review, 20 March.

674.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'Making sense of rationalism', The Canberra Times, 3 April.

675.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'From quango to qango and back again', Sydney Morning Herald, 7 April.

676.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'A decade of minimal growth and high unemployment', Australian Financial Review, 24 April.

677.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'Two varieties of Budget deficit even before the smoke, mirrors', Australian Financial Review, May 9.

678.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'Zero debt may leave the State worse off', Townsville Bulletin, May 24.

679.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'The case for increased taxes', The Australian, June 22.

680.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'The unacceptable legacy of Thatcherite economics', Sydney Morning Herald, June 27.

681.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'Sinking feeling over floats', The Canberra Times, July 10.

682.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'A sting in this tale of successful reform', The Australian, August 4.

683.      Quiggin, J., (1995), 'For whom the road tolls', Sydney Morning Herald, October 19.

684.      Quiggin, J. (1996), 'Pay TV's wasted billions', Australian Financial Review, January 8.

685.      Quiggin, J., (1996), 'The high price of privatisation', Australian Financial Review, February.

686.      Quiggin, J., (1996), 'When two reformers face off', Australian Financial Review, February 26.

687.      Quiggin, J., (1996), 'Kennett capitalises on guilt-edged insecurities', Australian Financial Review, March 25.

688.      Quiggin, J. (1996), 'Trivialities overshadowing the real problems', Australian Financial Review, 04.19.

689.      Quiggin, J. (1996), 'Rubbery figures shape black hole', Australian Financial Review, 25 June.

690.      Quiggin, J. (1996), 'Theory time over, turn that tough talk into action', Australian Financial Review, 22 August.

691.      Quiggin, J. (1996), 'Micro gains for micro reform', Australian Financial Review, 17 September.

692.      Quiggin, J. (1996), 'Reforms finally under poll spotlight', Australian Financial Review, 11 October.

693.      Quiggin, J. (1996), 'Truth blunts the tigers' teeth', Australian Financial Review, 9 December.

694.      Quiggin, J. (1996), Greenhouse gas sums don't add up Australian Financial Review, 17 December..

695.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Labor's dilemma on Telstra', Australian Financial Review, 31 January.

696.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Wrong problem, wrong answer', Australian Financial Review, February 19.

697.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'How cable tied profits in knots', Australian Financial Review, March 26.

698.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'A relationship taken on trust', Australian Financial Review, April 16.

699.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Confusion in budget policy', Australian Financial Review, May 12.

700.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Micro benefits of reform', Australian Financial Review, June 18.

701.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Low wage figures don't add up', Australian Financial Review, August 5.

702.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'GST claims fail taxing scrutiny', Australian Financial Review, 21 August.

703.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'The real economic illiterates', Australian Financial Review, 18 September.

704.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'New Zealand's economic myth', Australian Financial Review, 26 September.

705.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'Aussie Airlines' dog fight', Australian Financial Review, 9 October.

706.      Quiggin, J. (1997), 'A hard job of creating work', Australian Financial Review, 14 November.

707.      Quiggin, J. (1997), ' Privatisation misgivings', Australian Financial Review, 28 Nov.

708.      Quiggin, J. (1998), 'A lesson for microeconomists', The Australian Financial Review, January 2.

709.      Quiggin, J. (1998), 'a href="http://www.uq.edu.au/economics/johnquiggin/news/ALP9801.html">Labor right to reject reform', The Australian Financial Review, January 22.

710.      Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Perils of waterfront reform', The Australian Financial Review, January 29.

711.      Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Failure of phone competition', The Australian Financial Review, February 19.

712.      Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Telstra float sounds too good', The Australian Financial Review, March 19.

713.      Quiggin, J. (1998), 'Three cheers for CD policy', The Australian Financial Review, April 23.

714.      Quiggin, J. (1998), 'There's no new zeal and zest', The Australian Financial Review, May 7.

715.      Quiggin, J. (1998), 'There's no new zeal and zestAustralian Financial Review, 7 May 1998.

716.      Quiggin, J. (1998), ' Not doomed without a GSTAustralian Financial Review,4 June 1998.

717.      Quiggin, J. (1998), ' Competition policy the chief culpritAustralian Financial Review,18 June 1998.

718.      Quiggin, J. (1998), ' Fallacies of privatisationAustralian Financial Review,2 July 1998.

719.      Quiggin, J. (1998), ' Keynesian economics lessonsAustralian Financial Review,16 July 1998.

720.      Quiggin, J. (1998), ' Give us back our phonesAustralian Financial Review,30 July 1998.

721.      Quiggin, J. (1998), ' Tax pledges built on a shamAustralian Financial Review,13 August 1998.

722.      Quiggin, J. (1998), ' Perils of privatisation in TasmaniaAustralian Financial Review,27 August 1998.

723.      Quiggin, J., (1998), 'ALP needs a clear message', Australian Financial Review, September 10.

724.      Quiggin, J., (1998), 'Death of Menzies' coalition', Australian Financial Review, September 24.

725.      Quiggin, J., (1998), 'Poll swings and roundabouts', Australian Financial Review, October 8.

726.      Quiggin, J., (1998), 'The case for a speculation tax Australian Financial Review, 22 October 1998.

727.      Quiggin, J., (1998), 'Y2K's nasty legal side effects, Australian Financial Review, November 5.

728.      Quiggin, J. (1998), Food for thought about tax reform debate, Australian Financial Review, 19 November.

729.      Quiggin, J. (1998), It could be a food fight,;Australian Financial Review, 3 December.

730.      Quiggin, J. (1998), Invalid arguments over privatisation,, Australian Financial Review, 17 December.

731.      Quiggin, J. (1998), Economic rationalists are not so bad, Australian Financial Review, 30 December.

732.      Quiggin, J. (1998), Few answers to micro-economics mysteries,, Australian Financial Review, 14 January.

733.      Quiggin, J. (1999), Virtuous circle snares Asia,, Australian Financial Review, 28 January.

734.      Quiggin, J. (1999), Nice target, shame about the tax package, Australian Financial Review, 11 February.

735.      Quiggin, J. (1999), The truth and the myth of globalisation, Australian Financial Review, 25 February.

736.      Quiggin, J. (1999), Privatisation an unsalable mess, Australian Financial Review, 11 March.

737.      Quiggin, J. (1999), Globalisation mocks open skies policy, Australian Financial Review, 25 March.

738.      Quiggin, J. (1999), Don't overrate E-commerce', Australian Financial Review, 8 April.

739.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Challenging orthodoxy in the battle for sustained growth', Australian Financial Review, 16 April.

740.      Quiggin, J. (1999), Labor missed GST boat, Australian Financial Review, 22 April.

741.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Puzzling analysis from free market camp, Australian Financial Review, 6 May.

742.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Looking back to the future, it's time to consolidate', Australian Financial Review, 13 May.

743.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Crossed wires in the privatisation debate', Australian Financial Review, 17 May.

744.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Forget the GST and focus on the real issues', Australian Financial Review, 20 May.

745.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Neo-liberalism has failed to live up to its promises', Australian Financial Review, 3 June.

746.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'The pros and cons of labelling are food for thought', Australian Financial Review, 17 June.

747.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Getting your head around predictions', Australian Financial Review, 1 July.

748.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Exposing the myth of the productivity 'miracle'', Australian Financial Review, 15 July.

749.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Tackling reform with care', Australian Financial Review, 5 August.

750.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Privatisation: who gains?', Australian Financial Review, 19 August.

751.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Y2K bug may never bite', Australian Financial Review, 2 September.

752.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Cures for the jobless plague', Australian Financial Review, 16 September.

753.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'ANTS should be exterminated', Australian Financial Review, 30 September.

754.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'The force is not with us', Australian Financial Review, 14 October.

755.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'US shows plenty of options for creative accounting', Australian Financial Review, 28 October.

756.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Microsoft deserves a hard time', Australian Financial Review, 11 November.

757.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Slow learners of classroom lessons', Australian Financial Review, 25 November.

758.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Who's afraid of audience participation', Australian Financial Review, 26 November.

759.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Change long overdue in New Zealand', Australian Financial Review, 2 December.

760.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Global advocates were out of this world', Australian Financial Review, 16 December.

761.      Quiggin, J. (1999), 'Panic merchants owe us a bottle', Australian Financial Review, 30 December.

762.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'It seems anything's possible, virtually', Australian Financial Review, 13 January.

763.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'Beware uncooked chooks', Australian Financial Review, 27 January.

764.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'America's long hours don't work', Australian Financial Review, 10 February.

765.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'Attitude is still bugging us', Australian Financial Review, 29 February.

766.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'We simply don't want proposed tax cuts', Australian Financial Review, 16 March.

767.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'Foot in each camp untenable for Telstra', Australian Financial Review, 30 March.

768.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'Rent-seeking industry alive and kicking', Australian Financial Review, 13 April.

769.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'Long-exploded fallacies of privatisation', Australian Financial Review, 4 May.

770.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'Honestly, the sums don't add up', Australian Financial Review, 11 May.

771.      Quiggin, J. (2000), Europe shatters myth of Blair's Britain', Australian Financial Review, 25 May 2000.

772.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'Cards on the tableau just lead us to tax confusion', Australian Financial Review, 8 June 2000.

773.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'The tax dodge won't die', Australian Financial Review, 22 June 2000.

774.      Quiggin, J. (2000), Head in the sand on unemployment', Australian Financial Review, 6 July 2000.

775.      Quiggin, J. (2000), a href="http://www.uq.edu.au/economics/johnquiggin/news/Defence0007.html">Expanding might of military would be costly folly', Australian Quiggin, J. (2000), Financial Review, 20 July 2000.

776.      Quiggin, J. (2000), How to strangle education', Australian Financial Review, 3 August 2000.

777.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'Look back in trepidation', Australian Financial Review, 17 August 2000.

778.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'Applaud more parallel importing', Australian Financial Review, 31 August 2000.

779.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'Time to stem Telstra's loss to taxpayers', Australian Financial Review, 14 September 2000.

780.      Quiggin, J. (2000), 'The heat is on in global warming debate', Australian Financial Review, 28 September 2000.

781.      Quiggin, J. (2000), ‘Decline and gall of the class warriors’, Australian Financial Review, 26 October.

782.  Quiggin, J. (2000), ‘The end of the generation game’, Australian Financial Review, Re|view Section, 27 October.

783.  Quiggin, J. (2000), ‘What a Bush win would mean for the $A’, Australian Financial Review, 9 November .

784.  Quiggin, J. (2000), ‘Laugh, but just you wait’, Australian Financial Review, 23 November.

785.  Quiggin, J. (2000), ‘E-mails eclipse net gains’, Australian Financial Review, 7 December2000.

786.  Quiggin, J. (2000), ‘A bug meets its day of judgement’, Australian Financial Review, 29 December 2000–1 Jan 2001.

787.  Quiggin, J. (2000), ‘Florida's debacle has lessons for Australia’, Australian Financial Review, 21 December 2000.

788.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Hardly free marketeers’, Australian Financial Review, 4 January 2001.

789.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Cold call for US economy’, Australian Financial Review, 18 January 2001.

790.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘An offence to the free market’, Australian Financial Review, 1 February.

791.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Golden age myth exposed’, Australian Financial Review, 15 February.

792.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘At last, Keating era ends’, Australian Financial Review, 1 March.

793.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘When hypocrisy is the drug of choice’, Australian Financial Review, 2 March.

794.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Time for the mother of all backflips’, Australian Financial Review, 15 March.

795.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘US dollar needs a pasting’, Australian Financial Review, 29 March.

796.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Wishful thinking of Walsh's true believers’, Australian Financial Review, 11 April.

797.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘No quick fix for Japan’, Australian Financial Review, 26  April.

798.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Conservatism lost to Libs’, Australian Financial Review, 10 May.

799.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Labor must regain moral ground’, Australian Financial Review, 24 May.

800.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Taking stock in the branch office economy’, Australian Financial Review, 1 June.

801.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Blair's Third Way is dead’, Australian Financial Review, 7 June.

802.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘US economic bubble frees noxious gas’, Australian Financial Review, 21 June.

803.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘GST war won at too great a cost’, Australian Financial Review, 5 July.

804.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Right-wing sceptics on call’, Australian Financial Review, 19 July.

805.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Voters not blinded by political jousting’, Australian Financial Review, 2 August.

806.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Who's being Liberal with labour market statistics?’, Australian Financial Review, 16 August.

807.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Competition policy takes a nosedive’, Australian Financial Review, 14 September.

808.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Using charity to cut costs’, Australian Financial Review, 6 September.

809.  584 472.                                                 Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘The state of welfare at home and abroad’, Australian Financial Review, 14 September.

810.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Competition policy takes a nosedive’, Australian Financial Review, 14 September.

811.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Free speech sits ill with a free market’, Australian Financial Review, 27 September.

812.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘US shows required spirit ’, Australian Financial Review, 4 October.

813.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Public ownership makes a comeback’, Australian Financial Review, 25 October.

814.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘NZ Labour shows a way’, Australian Financial Review, 22 November.

815.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Regrets, we'll have a few’, Australian Financial Review, 8 November.

816.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘NZ Labour shows a way’, Australian Financial Review, 22 November.

817.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Productivity isn't working’, Australian Financial Review, 6 December.

818.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Lies and statistics’, Australian Financial Review, 15 December.

819.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘Reforms fail to set world alight’, Australian Financial Review, 20 December.

820.  Quiggin, J. (2001), ‘The dirty business of spy versus spy’, Australian Financial Review, 21 December.

821.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘When pessimism paid off’, Australian Financial Review, 3 January.

822.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Euro curbs herd instinct’, Australian Financial Review, 17 January.

823.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Poverty is such a rich issue’, Australian Financial Review, 31 January.

824.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Pop! There goes a trillion’, Australian Financial Review, 14 February.

825.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Enron's Australian cousins’, Australian Financial Review, 28 February.

826.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Dogma fails crucial test’, Australian Financial Review, 14 March.

827.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Bogus science to book ’, Australian Financial Review, 27 March.

828.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘The cost of doing nothing’, Australian Financial Review, 11 April.

829.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘UK turns left for national health’, Australian Financial Review, 24  April.

830.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Stick to a few principles’, Australian Financial Review, 9 May.

831.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Time to earth electricity’, Australian Financial Review, 23 May.

832.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Even the old is new again’, Australian Financial Review, 6 June.

833.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Crossed wires on Telstra’, Australian Financial Review, 20  June.

834.  Quiggin, J. (2002). Market theory unravels, Australian Financial Review, 4  July.

835.  Quiggin, J. (2002). Bush leads way on race, Australian Financial Review, 18  July.

836.  Quiggin, J. (2002)  Sums starting to sink in.  Australian Financial Review  1 August

837.  Quiggin, J. (2002)  Miracles are highly priced.  Australian Financial Review  15 August

838.  Quiggin, J. (2002)  Savings need a safety net.  Australian Financial Review  29 August

839.  Quiggin, J. (2002)  Sums starting to sink in.  Australian Financial Review  1 August

840.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘On the wrong track: hard-learned lessons’, The Public Sector Informant,  August.

841.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Unemployment on the rise’, Australian Financial Review, 12 September.

842.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘Breaking the camel's back’, Australian Financial Review, 26 September.

843.  Quiggin, J. (2002), ‘A case for equity partners’, Australian Financial Review, 10 October.

844.   Quiggin, J. (2002), APEC is simply a sideshow, Australian Financial Review, 24 October.

845.   Quiggin, J. (2002), The real cost of regime change, Australian Financial Review, 7 November.

846.   Quiggin, J. (2002), Spending a way to victory, Australian Financial Review, 21 November.

847.   Quiggin, J. (2002), Voters need real difference, Australian Financial Review, 5 December.

848.   Quiggin, J. (2002), The best case for Telstra, Australian Financial Review, 19 December.

849.   Quiggin, J. (2003), The economic year ahead, Australian Financial Review, 2 January.

850.   Quiggin, J. (2003), Our worst policy failure, Australian Financial Review, 16 January.

851.   Quiggin, J. (2003), A deal not in our interest, Australian Financial Review, 30 January.

852.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘No alternative for Telstra’, Australian Financial Review, 13 February.

853.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Being AAA is not the top’, Australian Financial Review, 27 February.

854.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Adventures in the blogosphere’, Australian Financial Review, 7 March.

855.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘US debt will come back to bite’, Australian Financial Review, 13 March.

856.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Raised voices just comical’, Australian Financial Review, 27 March.

857.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘'Fairy gold' turns to debt’, Australian Financial Review, 10 April.

858.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Why war is bad for health’, Australian Financial Review, 8 May.

859.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Voters favour better services’, Australian Financial Review, 22 May.

860.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Let's stick to a good thing’, Australian Financial Review, 5 June.

861.  Quiggin, J. (2003), ‘Insurance for house prices’, Australian Financial Review, 19 June.

862.  Quiggin, J. (2003) Putting HECS to good use, Australian Financial Review, 3 July.

863.  Quiggin, J. (2003) Stuck in the comfort zone, Australian Financial Review, 17 July.

864.  Quiggin, J. (2003) Woolly thinking on Telstra, Australian Financial Review, 31 July.

865.  Quiggin, J. (2003) A risky interpretation of history: on the past, present and future of the quest for security, Australian Financial Review, 1 August.

866.  Quiggin, J. (2003) Interesting time for rates, Australian Financial Review, 14 August.

867.  Quiggin, J. (2003) Real jobs the real solution, Australian Financial Review, 28 August.

868.  Quiggin, J. (2003) Bush's buck won't stop, Australian Financial Review, 11 September.

869.  Quiggin, J. (2003) Lots of froth about bubble, Australian Financial Review, 25 September.

870.  Quiggin, J. (2003) Kyoto a conduit for aid, Australian Financial Review, 9 October.

871.  Quiggin, J. (2003) Lets clear muddy waters, Australian Financial Review, 23 Octobe

872.  Quiggin, J. (2003), Our model constitution, Australian Financial Review,6 November.

873.  Quiggin, J. (2003), Reform for the small-minded, Australian Financial Review,20 November.

874.  Quiggin, J. (2003), Insurance for house prices, Australian Financial Review, 19 June.

875.  Quiggin, J. (2003), FTA: fair deal or no deal, Australian Financial Review,4 December.

876.  Quiggin, J. (2003), 'Conflict' isn't ageing well, Australian Financial Review,18 December.

877.  Quiggin, J. (2003), US hegemonic, not imperial, Australian Financial Review,31 December.

878.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Bonds the key to balance, Australian Financial Review,15 January.

879.  Quiggin, J. (2004), States schooled for success, Australian Financial Review,29 January.

880.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Merger is the only chance, Australian Financial Review, p. 70,12 February.

881.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Health, education the key, Australian Financial Review, p. 70,26 February.

882.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Don't just stop at hospitals, Australian Financial Review, p. 78,11 March.

883.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Older workers forced out, Australian Financial Review, p. 78,25 March.

884.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Don't believe in miracles, Australian Financial Review, p. 62,22 April.

885.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Downside of the FTA, Australian Financial Review, p. 70,6 May.

886.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Creep claques silly figures, Australian Financial Review, p. 70,20 May.

887.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Watershed solution needed, Australian Financial Review, p. 62,3 June.

888.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Jobless still cast shadow, Australian Financial Review, p. 70,17 June.

889.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Fine fix for taxing issue, Australian Financial Review, p. 62,1 July.

890.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Latham's next great leap, Australian Financial Review, p. 62,15 July.

891.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Don't fear a Greens senate, Australian Financial Review, p. 62,29 July.

892.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Doubters warm to detail, Australian Financial Review, p. 62,12 August.

893.  Quiggin, J. (2004), The myth of convergence: on how the rise of the internet has liberated text, Australian Financial Review, Review, p.4, p.11.,13 August.

894.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Labor must stand firm, Australian Financial Review, p. 62,26 August.

895.  Quiggin, J. (2004), Demonising the Greens, Australian Financial Review, p. 62,9 September.

896.  Quiggin, J. (2004), An exercise in risk management: on what to be scared of and what to do about it, Australian Financial Review, Review, pp.8–9.,10 September.

897.   Quiggin, J. (2004), An exercise in risk management: On what to be scared of and what to do about it, Australian Financial Review, 10 September. news/2004-09-10-AFR.htm

898.   Quiggin, J. (2004), Time to recast health roles, Australian Financial Review, 23 September. news/2004-09-23-AFR.htm

899.   Quiggin, J. (2004), 'Tax and spend' is back, Australian Financial Review, 07 October. news/2004-10-07-AFR.htm

900.   Quiggin, J. (2004), Productivity's miraculous mirage, Australian Financial Review, 18 October. news/2004-10-18-AFR.htm

901.   Quiggin, J. (2004), T3 must focus on public, Australian Financial Review, 21 October. news/2004-10-21-AFR.htm

902.   Quiggin, J. (2004), Tough one for the winner, Australian Financial Review, 04 November. news/2004-11-04-AFR.htm

903.   Quiggin, J. (2004), And now for the hard bit (ran in earlier editions as tough one for the winner), Australian Financial Review, 4 November. news/2004-11-04-AFR.htm

904.   Quiggin, J. (2004), Globalisation and other shibboleths, Australian Financial Review, 5 November. news/2004-11-05-AFR.htm

905.   Quiggin, J. (2004), No reserve for rainy days, Australian Financial Review, 18 November. news/2004-11-18-AFR.htm

906.   Quiggin, J. (2004), Us productivity's underbelly, Australian Financial Review, 29 November. news/2004-11-29-AFR.htm

907.   Quiggin, J. (2004), Kyoto must be ratified now, Australian Financial Review, 02 December. news/2004-12-02-AFR.htm

908.   Quiggin, J. (2004), Hard partnership lessons, Australian Financial Review, 16 December. news/2004-12-16-AFR.htm

909.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Dog's bark will bite deep, Australian Financial Review, 13 January. news/2005-01-13-AFR.htm

910.   Quiggin, J. (2005), A licence to innovate, Australian Financial Review, 27 January. news/2005-01-27-AFR.htm

911.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Mirages don't win polls, Australian Financial Review, 10 February. news/2005-02-10-AFR.htm

912.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Top tax rate, low priority, Australian Financial Review, 24 February. news/2005-02-24-AFR.htm

913.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Here's fuel for thought, Australian Financial Review, 31 March. news/2005-03-31-AFR.htm

914.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Policy inertia hang-up, Australian Financial Review, 14 April. news/2005-04-14-AFR.htm

915.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Nuclear option premature, Australian Financial Review, 28 April. news/2005-04-28-AFR.htm

916.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Rogue economics, Australian Financial Review, 6 May. news/2005-05-06-AFR.htm

917.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Growing pains of social security, Australian Financial Review, 9 May. news/2005-05-09-AFR.htm

918.   Quiggin, J. (2005), More to life than tax cuts, Australian Financial Review, 12 May. news/2005-05-12-AFR.htm

919.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Co-operative spirit runs dry, Australian Financial Review, 26 May. news/2005-05-26-AFR.htm

920.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Another grandiose flop, Australian Financial Review, 9 June. news/2005-06-09-AFR.htm

921.   Quiggin, J. (2005), A bad case of consumption, Australian Financial Review, 23 June. news/2005-06-23-AFR.htm

922.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Water dilemma flows on, Australian Financial Review, 7 July. news/2005-07-07-AFR.htm

923.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Property boom puts theory to test, Australian Financial Review, 11 July. news/2005-07-11-AFR.htm

924.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Lawsuits a straitjacket, Australian Financial Review, 21 July. news/2005-07-21-AFR.htm

925.   Quiggin, J. (2005), T3 will be another disaster, Australian Financial Review, 4 August. news/2005-08-04-AFR.htm

926.   Quiggin, J. (2005), New rationale, same old problems, Australian Financial Review, 8 August. news/2005-08-08-AFR.htm

927.   Quiggin, J. (2005), There's no sense in saving, Australian Financial Review, 18 August. news/2005-08-18-AFR.htm

928.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Let a hundred blogs bloom, Australian Financial Review, 1 September. news/2005-09-01-AFR.htm

929.   Quiggin, J. (2005), No win in monopoly game, Australian Financial Review, 15 September. news/2005-09-15-AFR.htm

930.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Bring in congestion tax, Australian Financial Review, 29 September. news/2005-09-29-AFR.htm

931.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Don't hide behind economy, Australian Financial Review, 13 October. news/2005-10-13-AFR.htm

932.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Open slather on the net, Australian Financial Review, 27 October. news/2005-10-27-AFR.htm

933.   Quiggin, J. (2005), The surge we didn't have, Australian Financial Review, 10 November. news/2005-11-10-AFR.htm

934.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Hung up over party line, Australian Financial Review, 24 November. news/2005-11-24-AFR.htm

935.   Quiggin, J. (2005), The monopoly game, Australian Financial Review, 28 November. news/2005-11-28-AFR.htm

936.   Quiggin, J. (2005), A call to foster growth, Australian Financial Review, 8 December. news/2005-12-08-AFR.htm

937.   Quiggin, J. (2005), Bad choices for work, Australian Financial Review, 12 December. news/2005-12-12-AFR.htm

938.   Quiggin, J. (2006), Environmental evolution, Australian Financial Review, 5 January. news/2006-01-05-AFR.htm

939.   Quiggin, J. (2006), TV policy a grim picture, Australian Financial Review, 19 January. news/2006-01-19-AFR.htm

940.   Quiggin, J. (2006), Asleep on the jobs growth, Australian Financial Review, 16 February. news/2006-02-16-AFR.htm

941.   Quiggin, J. (2006), Crude awakening, Australian Financial Review, 24 February. news/2006-02-24-AFR.htm

942.   Quiggin, J. (2006), Resigned to the status quo, Australian Financial Review, 2 March. news/2006-03-02-AFR.htm

943.   Quiggin, J. (2006), Public missing out, again, Australian Financial Review, 16 March. news/2006-03-16-AFR.htm

944.   Quiggin, J. (2006), Healthy dose of growth, Australian Financial Review, 30 March. news/2006-03-30-AFR.htm

945.   Quiggin, J. (2006), War on science, Australian Financial Review, 7 April. news/2006-04-07-AFR.htm

946.   Quiggin, J. (2006), Water rules won't wash, Australian Financial Review, 20 April. news/2006-04-20-AFR.htm

947.   Quiggin, J. (2006), No room to manoeuvre, Australian Financial Review, 27 April. news/2006-04-27-AFR.htm

948.   Quiggin, J. (2006), Budget manages to hold the line, Australian Financial Review, 15 May. news/2006-05-15-AFR.htm

949.   Quiggin, J. (2006), Pricing a change of climate, Australian Financial Review, 25 May. news/2006-05-25-AFR.htm

950.   Quiggin, J. (2006), Public debt a useful instrument, Australian Financial Review, 8 June. news/2006-06-08-AFR.htm

951.   Quiggin, J. (2006), When co-operation trumps competition, Australian Financial Review, 16 June. news/2006-06-16-AFR.htm

952.   Quiggin, J. (2006), Taking Iceland's hot tip, Australian Financial Review, 22 June. news/2006-06-22-AFR.htm

953.  Quiggin, J. (2006), Climate denial has had its day, Australian Financial Review, 6 July. news/2006-07-06-AFR.htm

954.  Quiggin, J. (2006), Add to cv: Bankruptcy, Australian Financial Review, 20 July. news/2006-07-20-AFR.htm

955.  Quiggin, J. (2006), Doors shut for young families, Australian Financial Review, 3 August. news/2006-08-03-AFR.htm

956.  Quiggin, J. (2006), Make Telstra public again, Australian Financial Review, 17 August. news/2006-08-17-AFR.htm

957.  Quiggin, J. (2006), Let's commit to the young, Australian Financial Review, 31 August. news/2006-08-31-AFR.htm

958.  Quiggin, J. (2006), The party of no return, Australian Financial Review, 14 September. news/2006-09-14-AFR.htm

959.  Quiggin, J. (2006), Cheap water's high costs, Australian Financial Review, 28 September. news/2006-09-28-AFR.htm

960.  Quiggin, J. (2006), Pay attention: There's a cost, Australian Financial Review, 12 October. news/2006-10-12-AFR.htm

961.  Quiggin, J. (2006), Iraq exit will also be costly, Australian Financial Review, 26 October. news/2006-10-26-AFR.htm

962.  Quiggin, J. (2006), Protecting our interests, Australian Financial Review, 9 November. news/2006-11-09-AFR.htm  

963.  Quiggin, J.a.F., Henry (2006), More than the sum of its parts, Australian Financial Review, 10 November. news/2006-11-10-AFR.htm

964.  Quiggin, J. (2006), A question of probability, Australian Financial Review, 23 November. news/2006-11.23-AFR.htm

965.  Quiggin, J. (2006), Family farms alive and well, Australian Financial Review, 07 December. news/2006-12.07-AFR.htm

966.  Quiggin, J. (2006), Ready, get set, go dither, Australian Financial Review, 21 December. news/2006-12.21-AFR.htm

967.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Handling those global-warming hot potatoes, Australian Financial Review, 6. news/2007-01-06-AFR.htm

968.  Quiggin, J. (2007), War: Deadly game for losers, Australian Financial Review, 18 January. news/2007-01-18-AFR.htm

969.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Water remedy clear as mud, Australian Financial Review, 1 February. news/2007-02-01-AFR.htm

970.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Hot heads won't save us, Australian Financial Review, 15 February. news/2007-02-15-AFR.htm

971.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Pooh to copyright wrongs, Australian Financial Review, 1 March. news/2007-03-01-AFR.htm

972.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Still, life's not bad here, Australian Financial Review, 15 March. news/2007-03-15-AFR.htm

973.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Denial lobby strikes again, Australian Financial Review, 29 March. news/2007-03-29-AFR.htm

974.  Quiggin, J. (2007), No discount on equality, Australian Financial Review, 12 April. news/2007-04-12-AFR.htm

975.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Perhaps a rational solution, Australian Financial Review, 26 April. news/2007-04-26-AFR.htm

976.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Climate right for the next big idea, Australian Financial Review, 10 May. news/2007-05-10-AFR.htm

977.  Quiggin, J. (2007), The three Ps for politicans, Australian Financial Review, 24 May. news/2007-05-24-AFR.htm

978.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Real danger in solo action, Australian Financial Review, 7 June. news/2007-06-07-AFR.htm

979.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Infrastructure time bombs, Australian Financial Review, 21 June. news/2007-06-21-AFR.htm

980.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Old policies, loudly restated, Australian Financial Review, 5 July. news/2007-07-05-AFR.htm

981.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Tax reform the way to go, Australian Financial Review, 19 July. news/2007-07-19-AFR.htm

982.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Sub-prime no threat, so far, Australian Financial Review, 2 August. news/2007-08-02-AFR.htm

983.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Denial industry in full cry, Australian Financial Review, 16 August. news/2007-08-16-AFR.htm

984.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Beware the PPP pitfalls, Australian Financial Review, 30 August. news/2007-08-30-AFR.htm

985.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Time for PM to backflip, Australian Financial Review, 13 September. news/2007-09-13-AFR.htm

986.  Quiggin, J. (2007), A lot hangs in the balance, Australian Financial Review, 27 September. news/2007-09-27-AFR.htm

987.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Fixed terms make sense, Australian Financial Review, 11 October. news/2007-10-11-AFR.htm

988.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Commitment cuts too deep, Australian Financial Review, 25 October. news/2007-10-25-AFR.htm

989.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Trick is managing a soft landing, Australian Financial Review, 8 November. news/2007-11-08-AFR.htm

990.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Our world really is ending, Australian Financial Review, 22 November. news/2007-11-22-AFR.htm

991.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Greener future is permitted, Australian Financial Review, 6 December. news/2007-12-06-AFR.htm

992.  Quiggin, J. (2007), Iemma’s power failure, Australian Financial Review, 6 December. news/2007-12-20-AFR.htm

993.  Quiggin, J. (2008), Musical background beef, Australian Financial Review, 3 January. news/2008-01-03-AFR.htm

994.  Quiggin, J. (2008), Learn from iraq disaster, Australian Financial Review, 17 January. news/2008-01-17-AFR.htm

995.  Quiggin, J. (2008), America bushwhacked, Australian Financial Review, 31 January. news/2008-01-31-AFR.htm

996.  Quiggin, J. (2008), The flip side to the flop, Australian Financial Review, 14 February. news/2008-02-14-AFR.htm

997.  Quiggin, J. (2008), Seize the day for the basin, Australian Financial Review, 28 February. news/2008-02-28-AFR.htm

998.  Quiggin, J. (2008), Tax breaks must be axed, Australian Financial Review, 13 March. news/2008-03-13-AFR.htm

999.  Quiggin, J. (2008), Libs need services rethink, Australian Financial Review, 27 March. news/2008-03-27-AFR.htm

1000.      Quiggin, J. (2008), Balancing promises and risks, Australian Financial Review, 10 April. news/2008-04-10-AFR.htm

1001.      Quiggin, J. (2008), Promises a core responsibility, Australian Financial Review, 8 May. news/2008-05-08-AFR.htm

1002.      Quiggin, J. (2008), Don’t sell water down the river, Australian Financial Review, 22 May. news/2008-05-22-AFR.htm