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Alan Moran

Alan Moran is the principle of Regulatory Economics.

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The Paris Agreement, Trump, Turnbull and Tesla
Nation Building - 15/03/2017 - 5 comments
Electricity: no end to the damage regulations are doing
Economics - 17/02/2017 - 21 comments
Requiem for a failed electricity system
Environment - 13/10/2016 - 29 comments
IPCC calculations show global warming won’t be harmful if it resumes
Environment - 9/10/2014 - 43 comments
Free trade: offering the best value to consumers and producers
September 2011 Feature - 16/09/2011 - 53 comments
Gillard is no Hawke or Keating: in economic policy or market economics
Economics - 11/07/2011 - 11 comments
Boot-strapping on a carbon tax
Economics - 11/04/2011 - 12 comments
What can we expect from our government?
September 2010 Feature - 13/09/2010 - 5 comments
Rent tax is as absurd as its predecessor
Economics - 16/07/2010
Softly, softly
Environment - 18/08/2009 - 9 comments
Innovation the loser from book 'expropriation'
Law & Liberties - 29/07/2009 - 9 comments
Henry's upside-down economics
Economics - 27/05/2009 - 29 comments
Kevin Rudd's idol FDR did it, so why doesn't he?
March 2009 Feature - 9/03/2009 - 21 comments
Pulping reality
Environment - 30/01/2009 - 1 comment
Spend cure the wrong advice
Economics - 19/12/2008 - 18 comments
Learning the lessons
December 2008 Feature - 2/12/2008 - 7 comments
Mission impossible
Environment - 25/02/2008 - 56 comments
Oldies' windfall at nation's expense
Domestic Politics - 5/11/2007 - 22 comments
Chilling case of accessive regulation
Economics - 26/06/2007 - 5 comments
Regulators a headache for market forces
Economics - 21/02/2007 - 8 comments
Losing our cheap energy birthrights
Domestic Politics - 20/11/2006 - 7 comments
The public transport myth
Nation Building - 24/10/2006 - 91 comments
No opportunities on the property ladder
Nation Building - 23/08/2006 - 61 comments
Pluck the goose, minimise the squealing, collect the golden eggs
May 2006 Feature - 15/05/2006
Don't be too transported with delight
Nation Building - 11/05/2006 - 19 comments
Curbing the political abuse of development approvals
Domestic Politics - 1/02/2006 - 10 comments
Building economic activity: the role of the National Competition Council
Economics - 24/01/2006 - 1 comment
Carbon taxes: an expensive solution for Australia
November 2005 Feature - 11/11/2005 - 16 comments
Productivity commission part of 'red tape' problem
Domestic Politics - 25/10/2005 - 2 comments
Releasing industry from government ownership
Domestic Politics - 12/08/2005 - 21 comments
Robbing Peter, the electricity consumer, to pay Paul, the taxpayer
Environment - 15/07/2005
Infrastructure - Rein in the regulators
Nation Building - 10/05/2005 - 1 comment
The earth's power and might
Environment - 20/01/2005 - 20 comments
What we have achieved and where the parties will lead us with energy policy
August 2004 Feature - 2/08/2004
Trade can be made free, but
November 2002 Feature - 15/11/2002
Development and sustainability are mutually reinforcing outcomes
March 2002 Feature - 15/03/2002
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