McManus Plan For Red Tape On Jobs Would Leave More Australians In The Unemployment Queues

The policies proposed by ACTU Secretary Sally McManus at the National Press Club today are part a radical union recruitment drive that would leave more Australians in the unemployment queues, according to free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs. “The union movement will turn the clock back, and saddle Australians with an old-fashioned, [...]

By | March 21st, 2018|Media releases, Opinion pieces, Red Tape Monitor|0 Comments

How British Columbia Defeated Red Tape – And How We Can Too

Gideon Rozner explains how British Columbia deregulated its way to a better economy and higher individual wages, and how Australia could do the same https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvyIwra1qWA&feature=youtu.be

By | March 20th, 2018|Blog, Opinion pieces, Red Tape Monitor|0 Comments

The Electoral Legislation Amendment (Electoral Funding and Disclosure Reform) Bill 2017

The Institute of Public Affairs (IPA), Australia’s premier free market think tank, is dedicated to preserving and strengthening the foundations of economic and political freedom. The Parliamentary Research Brief programme is designed to provide politicians and policy makers around the country with succinct information on various policy areas. Our new research brief explains why the [...]

By | February 14th, 2018|Blog, Red Tape Monitor, Reports|0 Comments

Red Tape Costs Billions, So Let’s Black-list It

The government should make 2018 the year to rid us of burdensome, silly regulations. As Coalition MPs enjoy the summer respite after a tumultuous year in politics, Malcolm Turnbull is gearing up to reset the national agenda with a focus on economic prosperity. To that end, the Prime Minister should put red tape reduction at [...]

By | January 5th, 2018|Blog, Red Tape Monitor, Reports|0 Comments

Our Work on Red Tape in 2017

Daniel Wild explains the impact our work on Red Tape has had in 2017.

By | December 20th, 2017|Blog, Media releases, Red Tape Monitor|0 Comments