Date created: 1 September 2003
Last modified: 1 September 2003
Maintained by: John Quiggin
John Quiggin

Reports by John Quiggin (in PDF format)

Spoehr, J., Quiggin, J., Wilson, L., and Purse, K. (2002), State of Secrecy: Outsourcing: Promise and Performance, Centre for Labour Research, Adelaide University, Adelaide.

Hamilton, C. & Quiggin, J. (2002),The economics of reducing greenhouse gases, report for The Australia Institute, Canberra

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

Quiggin, J. (1999), 'The privatisation of ETSA', Appendix in Spoehr, J.(ed.), Life after Debt -restoring the balance, Report for the Public Service Association of South Australia, Centre for Labour Research, University of Adelaide.

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, Australia Institute Discussion Paper No. No. 20, Canberra.

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.

Disney, J.,Nevile, J.,Quiggin, J., and Smith, J. (1998), Perspectives on the GST package, Discussion Paper No. No. 18, Australia Institute, Canberra.

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

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

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

Hamilton, C., and Quiggin, J. (1995), The Privatisation of CSL, , Australia Institute, Canberra.

Byron, P. and Quiggin, J., (1995), Economic impact of the Brisbane casino James Cool University.

Byron, P. and Quiggin, J., (1995), Economic impact of the Cairns casino James Cook University.

Hamilton, C. and Quiggin, J. (1995), The Privatisation of CSL, , Australia Institute, Canberra.

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

Quiggin, J., (1994), Approaches to measuring efficiency and effectiveness in schools education,, Schools Council.

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

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

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

Quiggin, J., (1993), The IC approach to public sector reform,Evatt Foundation, Sydney.

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

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

Quiggin, J., (1993), IC draft report on urban transport - Comments,CEPR, ANU

Quiggin, J., (1993), Fightback, One Nation and people with disabilities,, Report for Disabled People International.

Quiggin, J., (1993), Fightback and One Nation: Revision and update, ANU.9.

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

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

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

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

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

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