1 Citizen Participation in Public Policy Formulation
2 Wealth of Nations or Why Lots of Tax can be Really, Really Good
3 A Global Competition Policy: A Role for Civil Society?
4 Developing Countries and the Market System – Toward Better Policy for Aiding the Contribution of Civil Society Consumer Organisations
5 The UN Guidelines for Consumer Protection – Making Them Work in Developing Countries
6 Ecolonomy – The anthropocentric world view seems to underpin the currently globally dominant political economy. What challenge do the ideas of environmental philosophy present?
7 Deregulation and Privatisation – Ensuring Market Failure does not Substitute Government Failure
8 The State of the State – In danger of extinction or will it mutate and survive? – An ecological analysis
9 International Effective Markets Regulation – Collaboration among Asia Pacific Countries in Consumer and Competition Regulation
10 Could Accidental Politicians help limit Trumpification of Government?
11 Regulation – how important has it been in removing the “great (and not so great) positive evils of the world” in the advancement of civilisation?
12 Submission to Productivity Commission on Consumer Policy
13 Participative Town Planning
14 A Citizens’ Assembly to Decide Policy on Carbon Emission Reduction
15 A Brief History of the Australian Consumer Movement to the 1990s
16 Health professionals and complementary therapies: what can consumers reasonably expect?
17 Resource Manual to Support Revisions to the UN Guidelines for Consumer Protection
18 Information and Communication and the Rights of the World’s Consumers in the 21st Century: Updating the UN Guidelines for Consumer Protection
19 UPDATING THE UN GUIDELINES FOR CONSUMER PROTECTION FOR THE DIGITAL AGE