“Cheaper” Books? At What Price? – DON’T MISS TOMORROW’S POST BY AUTHOR AND FORMER ECONOMICS TEACHER, MICHAEL GERARD BAUER

“Whenever someone asks me to explain why I think removing Parallel Import Restrictions (PIRs) on books is a bad thing, I must admit that I feel a bit overwhelmed. It’s not because I can’t think of a reply, quite the opposite in fact. It’s because there are so many ways I could respond to that…

NOT ALL THE EXPERTS AGREE

Jenny Stewart, Professor of Public Policy in the University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy makes some excellent points in her Australian Policy Online blog post “Hidden costs in cheaper books”. You can read Jenny’s comprehensive and insightful piece at http://apo.org.au/commentary/hidden-costs-cheaper-books (Jenny’s article first appeared in the Canberra Times.) In a…