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Krystian Seibert

Krystian Seibert is a public policy professional based in Melbourne. He has worked as a policy adviser to two Australian Ministers and studied regulatory policy at the London School of Economics.

Atmosphere of trust needed for effective action on global warming
Domestic Politics - 6/04/2010 - 17 comments
An inflexible Right clings to outdated ideologies
Political Philosophy - 30/11/2009 - 13 comments
Growing the union's powerbase
Political Philosophy - 14/01/2008 - 21 comments
Fair shares in climate burden
Environment - 5/10/2007 - 22 comments
Investing in people is the path to full employment
International - 25/09/2007 - 12 comments
Tackling climate for big returns
Environment - 19/07/2007 - 6 comments
Let’s not write off the unions just yet
Society - 22/05/2007 - 13 comments
Developing a market for kilometres
Environment - 8/03/2007 - 10 comments
Kevin Rudd is no L-plate Opposition leader
Domestic Politics - 13/12/2006 - 7 comments
Collective bargaining balances collective capital
Domestic Politics - 10/10/2006
Petrol price pressure
Economics - 18/08/2006 - 25 comments
Beazley’s plan to abolish AWAs makes sense
Domestic Politics - 18/07/2006 - 27 comments
Stimulating mineral exploration
Nation Building - 11/04/2006 - 10 comments
Time is right to break monopoly of regulators
Domestic Politics - 29/03/2006 - 5 comments
AWB Scandal: a wake-up call for Australia
Domestic Politics - 9/02/2006 - 20 comments
Shades of the nanny state in Nelson's drive to implement VSU
Education - 20/01/2006 - 14 comments
Beef-up bargaining to retain fairness for workers
Domestic Politics - 29/12/2005 - 10 comments
Fair regulation, not fare regulation
Economics - 30/11/2005 - 6 comments
Baby v lifestyle: solving our demographic tensions
Society - 16/09/2005 - 12 comments
The new tension in the workplace
Domestic Politics - 16/08/2005 - 16 comments

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