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• Want more revenue? Reduce the tax rate [The Advertiser, 12 May 2014]

• Address to The Tax Institute SA Convention (2014) [Address delivered on 2 May 2014.]

• Senate Inquiry into Affordable Housing (2014) [Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Economics]

• SA needs to get its Mojo back! (2013) [Originally published in the Adelaide Advertiser, 16 July 2013.]

• Collision Course [Australian Conservative, 5 April 2013.]

• Where to next, Australia? [Originally published in the Adelaide Advertiser, 1 February 2013.]

• The Slayer of Protectionism [Originally published in The Spectator, 3 November 2012.]

• The Land Premium that's Punishing Property [Originally published in Business Spectator,
20 September 2012.]

• State of the Unions [Originally published in The Spectator, 21 July 2012.]

• Our democracy deserves better (2010)

• Where have all the tradesmen gone? (2005)

• I’m from the Tax Office – and I’m here to help you (2000)

• Home Ownership – Worth Fighting For – DR Dosseter Lecture (2006)

• Checkpoint Charlie (1997)

• Contract Bridge (2002)

• Boomers lament (The Advertiser Nov ‘06)

• End of the great first-home dream (The Australian Aug ‘06)

• Conservatism and Urban Planning (The Conservative Feb ’06)

• Houston … We have a problem (Quadrant Jan ‘06)


• Housing land rush leaving many out in the cold (The Advertiser Aug ‘05)

• Don’t knock ‘great Aussie dream’ (The Advertiser Jan ‘04)

• Contractors: workforce of the future (Australian Financial Review Nov ’04)

• Contractors have right to be independent (The Australian Financial Review July ‘03)

• Balance of power tipped against our state (The Advertiser May ‘03)

• Youth demeaned by politics (The Australian Financial Review Mar ‘99)

• Breaking the jobless nexus (Australian Financial Review Oct ‘96)

• Building South Australia’s future (Great State May ’92)

• The Australian Challenge www.nationbuild.com