Archived publication for 2006
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The passing of a legend

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Tim Wilson

Milton Friedman won't be soon forgotten.

The Tory Party jumps the shark

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Hal G.P. Colebatch

The Conservative Party seems to have no policies except to distance itself from any possible accusations of being conservative.

The other flurry of media mergers

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Hugh Tobin and Chris Berg

The media is big business. And the media online is just as big.

Do we need more history summits?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Richard Allsop

A top-down approach to reform of the way history is taught is unlikely to be a great success.

Energy in the market: The unfounded concerns about privatised electricity

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Alan Moran

The main problems for future electricity supply stem from government activity.

When science fails, just use the precautionary principle

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Bob Carter

Anything can be justified if we try to be cautious enough.

The myths of public science

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Sinclair Davidson

Rhetoric and emotional support for publicly funded science is running high-but under what justification?

The Rosetta stone of development economics: Economic freedom and how much money you can make from it

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Marshall L. Stocker

Socially responsible investments are not what you think.

Work safety too important to be left to unions

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Ken Phillips

Worf safety incidents are frequently used as public relations opportunities

The EU's attempt to design software

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Chris Berg

Windows Vista has been greeted with a stack of new antitrust accusations

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