(2002), "Dual applications to estimating supply response systems under price and production uncertainty: the state-contingent approach," in A Comprehensive Assessment of the Role of Risk in U. Paper presented to the University of Queensland/Australian Property Institute Property Conference, Customs House, Brisbane, 21 July.

(ed.), Risky Business: An independent assessment of the implications of the privatisation of public enterprise in South Australia, Public Service Association Quiggin, J. Adamson, David, Mallawaarachchi, Thilak and Quiggin, John (2006), Climate change, water availability and adaption in the Murray-Darling Basin, Presentation to the Pre-conference Policy Workshop On Water Resources Policy at the 26th Conference of the International Association of Agricultural Economists, Gold Coast, 12 August.

Quiggin, John (2006), Behavioral economics and modern decision theory , Presentattion paper to a Round Table Discussion on Challenges and Criteria for Behavioral Economists at the 12th International Conference on the Foundations and Applications of Utility, Risk and Decision Theory (FUR XII 2006), Rome, 25 June.

(ed.), Risk Management and the Environment: Agriculture in Perspective, Kluwer, Amsterdam. & Ewer, P.) The Vulgar Press, Carlton North, Victoria, pp. (ed.), Power to the People: An Audit of Australias Electricity Privatisation Experiment, forthcoming, Quiggin, J. 21–43 in Ideas and Influence: Social Science and Public Policy in Australia, (Eds, Saunders, P. 6–7 (Review of Peter Brain (1999), Beyond Meltdown: The Global Battle for Sustained Growth, Scribe Publications, Melbourne.)Quiggin, J. (Review Article: Alvin Toffler, Future Shock , Alvin Toffler &Heidi Toffler Creating a New Civilization: The Politics of the Third Wave, Hans-Peter Martin and Harald Schumann Global Trap , Thomas Friedman, The Lexus and the Olive Tree: Understanding Globalization.)Quiggin, John (2000), Review of U. The misadventures of reckless minds,, Review of Mark Lilla, The Reckless Mind: Intellectuals in Politics, New York Review of Books 2001; Christopher Hitchens, Letters to a Young Contrarian, Basic Books 2001; Christopher Hitchens, Unacknowledged Legislators: Writers in the Public Sphere, Verso 2000, Australian Financial Review, 5Quiggin, J. Review of The Future of Ideas: The Fate of the Commons in a Connected World, by Lawrence Lessig, Random House (US), Australian Financial Review, 8 November Quiggin, J. (1998), The privatisation of ACTEW: the fiscal, efficiency and service quality implications of the proposed sale of ACT electricity and water, Discussion Paper No. (2003), Untitled, Submission to Australian Accounting Standards Board on Exposure Draft 108 dealing with Share-based Payment, (ED 108 Request for comment on IASB ED 2 share-based payment), Melbourne, 5 February. (2005), Internet comment on electoral matters, Submission to Parliamentary Electoral Matters Committee Inquiry into the Conduct of the 2004 Federal Election and Matters Related, Brisbane, July. (2005), Internet comment on electoral matters: Supplementary submission, Submission to Parliamentary Electoral Matters Committee Inquiry into the Conduct of the 2004 Federal Election, Brisbane, August. (2006), Water reform in Australia: strengths and limitations of market-based mechanisms, Submission to Submission to the Productivity Commission research study, Rural Water Use and the Environment: The Role of Market Mechanisms, Dowrick, S. (1997), Measures of economic activity and welfare: the uses and abuses of GDP, paper presented at , Paper presented at the National Conference on Indicators, Canberra, 4 July. (2004), Infrastructure financing: Options and reality, Presentation to the Property Council, Smart Transport and Property 2004: Leveraging Transport Infrastructure for Property and Land Use Development, hosted by the UQ Centre for Transport Strategy and Transport Roundtable Australasia Pty Ltd, Customs House, Brisbane, Quiggin, J.

(2003), A financial vision for a long-term Labor government in Victoria, In Visions for Victoria, (Eds, Hayward, D. (2003), Electricity privatisation in Victoria: fiscal and economic impacts, in Hodge, G. (2005), Economic liberalism: fall, revival and resistance, pp. forthcoming in Globalisation and the Asia-Pacific: contested perspectives and diverse perspectives, (Eds, Islam, Y. (1998), Book Review: Russell Mathews and Bhajan Grewal, The Public Sector in Jeopardy: Australian Fiscal Federalism from Whitlam to Keating, The Economic and Labour Relations Review 9(2), 310–14. (1999), Challenging orthodoxy in the battle for sustained growth, Australian Financial Review 16 April(04.16), pp. (1997), Ecological tax reform in Australia: using taxes, charges and public spending to protect the environment without hurting the economy, Australia Institute, Canberra. (1998), Notes on the economic implications of privatisation of SA Ports and Homestart, Public Service Association of South Australia and Centre for Labour Research, University of Adelaide, Adelaide. Quiggin, J., Saddler, H., Neutze, M., Hamilton, C., and Turton, H. (2003), The case against economic integration of Australia and the United States, Submission to Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committees Inquiry into the General Agreement on Trade in Services and Australia and US Free Trade Agreement, Canberra, 11 April, Quiggin, J. Presentation of a paper at a conference on 'Evaluating the Reeves Report: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives' jointly convened by the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology and the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University, Canberra, 26–27th March. (2005), Urban water supply in Australia: the option of diverting water from irrigation, Paper presented to the 2nd 'State of Australian Cities' Conference hosted by the Urban Research Program, Griffith University, Brisbane.. (2004), The australia–us free trade agreement, Presentation to a Forum on Evaluating free trade, and beyond: assessing trade prospects, impacts and practicalities in a time of free trade agreements hosted by the School of International Business, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 23 February, Quiggin, J.

(2004), Technological and financial approaches to risk management in agriculture: an integrated approach, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 48(2), 199–223.

(2004), Sustainable management of the Great Artesian Basin: an analysis based on law and environmental economics, The Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy, 9(2), 55–03.

(2007), Water use and salinity in the Murray–Darling Basin: A state-contingent model, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 51(3), 263–81.

(2007), Fiddling while carbon burns: Why climate policy needs pervasive emission pricing as well as technology promotion, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 52, 97–110.

, BEL Faculty Board Forum, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 7 June.

(ed.), Power Politics: the Electricity Crisis and You, Wakefield Press, Kent Town, South Australia. Quiggin, John (2006), Presentation on The economics of climate change: What will be the economic effects of climate change, and how much will it cost to do something about it?

(2007), Accommodating indigenous cultural heritage values in resource assessment: Cape York Peninsula and the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia, Ecological Economics, 61(2–3), 334-44.