Tasman Institute

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The Tasman Institute is a now defunct free-market think tank which was created in 1990 by Michael G. Porter, after his previous think tank, the Centre of Policy Studies, which had been based at Monash University, lost its funding. It later merged with ACIL Consulting to form ACIL Tasman [1]

According to Cahill (2004: 213) the following people sat on Institute's Advisory Council between 1990 and 1991:

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External links

  • Georgina Murray and Douglas Pacheco, "Think tanks in the 1990s", accessed June 2006. (This article is based on "The Economic Liberal Ideas Industry: Australasian Pro-Market Thinks Tank in the 1990s", Journal of Social Issues, May 2000.)
  • Damien C. Cahill, "The radical neo-liberal movement as a hegemonic force in Australia, 1976-1996", University of Wollongong, PhD Thesis, 2004. (Available online from all Australian Universities)