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More thoughts on deindustrialisation in Sydney
 
 
April 2017
Deindustrialisation in Sydney

Republished in New Geography

Featured on The Suburban Alliance

 
Comment: The ABC of making housing unaffordable
Republished in New Geography
 
Sydney lurches to housing affordability disaster

Republished in On Line Opinion

Republished in New Geography

 
Industrial workers lose out to Sydney's knowledge elites
 
 
Sydney isn't dominated by inner-city knowledge workers
 
The illusions of Charles Montgomery's Happy City (Part 2)
Republished in New Geography
 
The illusions of Charles Montgomery's Happy City
Republished in New Geography
 
Clover Moore's Sydney Greentopia
First published in SlowSydney.com
 
The Myth of Green Australia

First published in New Geography

Featured on RealClearWorld

Republished in On Line Opinion

 
Green Office Towers Cast Shadow Over Sydney

Republished in On Line Opinion

Republished in New Geography

 
From California to Canberra, the Real Class War

Republished in On Line Opinion

Republished in New Geography

 
The use and misuse of Glaeser's Triumph of the City

Republished in On Line Opinion

Republished in New Geography

Featured on RealClearPolicy

 
Australians deserve freedom of expression

Featured on Quadrant Online

Featured on Catallaxy Files

Featured on Menzies House

 
Inside Sydney's CBD (I): the retail core
Republished in New Geography
 
Actually, cities are part of the economy
Republished in New Geography
 

A leg up: world's largest cities no longer homes of upward mobility

 
A price on carbon: the new greenmail

Republished in New Geography

Featured on Quadrant Online

 
For the working class
 
Mr Rudd's unproductive ideas on urban productivity
Republished in New Geography
 
Ruining our cities to save them

Republished in New Geography

Republished in On LIne Opinion

Featured on Forbes.com

 
Sydney: choking in its own density
 
Copenhagen: the fall of green statism

Republished in New Geography

Republished in Online Opinion

Featured in the National Post

 

Toward the great Australian nightmare: a quarter floor in a high-rise block?

 
The crisis of academic urban planning
Republished in New Geography
 
Bulldozing the 'burbs or bulldozing the truth?
 
Suburbs and climate change: a homegrown brawl
Republished in On Line Opinion
 
Stay rational on climate change
Republished in On Line Opinion
 
Surging Greens peddle hypocrisy
 
Why carbon trading and why now?
 
Here comes Sydney's yuppir carousel
 
Green Labor or blue-collar betrayal?
 
Howard: enter stage dry, exit stage wet
 
Skills and cooperation deliver econimic success
 
If housing depends on a vision, try "opportunity urbanism"
 
Value judgments, assumptions undermine Climate Institute's "research"
 
Coal mining will outlast green hysterics
Republished in On Line Opinion
 
Trafficking in illusions
Republished in On Line Opinion
 
Carbon trading hasn't worked - mandate clean technologies
 
Labor can relive its economic glory days
 
Nimbys fortify their coastal strongholds
Republished in On Line Opinion
 
Workers flee Sydney's unaffordable housing
Republished in On Line Opinion
 
Green judiciary a looming menace to workers
 
Don't sacrifice workers on altar of climate change
Republished in On Line Opinion
 
Progressivism now a preserve of the privileged
 
Labor's presidency hijacked by activists
 
Blogosphere has little to offer Labor
 
Farewell to the tree-hugging premiers: state Labor's new course
 
The suburban economy and its enemies

Featured on Planetizen

Republished in New Geography

 
Exposing the Left's strange hyper-rationalism
 
A caucus of Carmens? Some thoughts on Labor's 'insoluble problem'
Republished in On Line Opinion
 
Is environmental sustainability socially unsustainable?
 
"Rocky" Iemma dodges the green corner
 
The final repudiation of Ben Chifley
 
The Herald campaigns for Sydney as East Berlin
 
 
Nuclear energy: power for the people?
 
June 2005
Labor and refugees - clear vision in the eye of the storm
 
Tax dollars keep the inner city dream alive
 
Winning back the disenchanted