Professor Suri Ratnapala is Professor of Public lawe and Director of the Centre for Public, International and Comparative Law at the University of Queensland.
Ratnapala was a speaker at the Australian Environment Foundation's Inaugural Conference 2006, and has written articles for Australian right-wing think tanks the Institute of Public Affairs , the Centre for Independent Studies , and the Samuel Griffith Society .
Other SourceWatch Resources
- Australian Environment Foundation
- Property rights
- Institute of Public Affairs
- Centre for Independent Studies
- Samuel Griffith Society
- "Professor Suri Ratnapala", University of Queensland, accessed October 2006.
- 1991 - Sir Anthony Fisher International Memorial Award for the book Welfare State or Constitutional State?;
- 1994 - Fellowship, Institute for Human Studies, George Mason University, Virginia;
- 1998 - Elected to Mont Pelerin Society, the international association of leading classical liberal scholars
- 2000 - John Templeton Award for course in constitutional political economy
- 2002 - Fellowship, International Centre for Economic Research, Turin, Italy; and
- 2006 - Fellowship, International Centre for Economic Research, Turin, Italy.  (Pdf)
Articles and Media Interviews
- "Administrative Regulation in Australia: Its Social, Political and Economic Costs", IPA Backgrounder, Institute of Public Affairs, Volume 8, Number 1, 1996, pages 1-10.
- "Vegetation management in Queensland: A case of constitutional vandalism", IPA Review, Institute of Public Affairs, December 2004, pages 10-11.
- "Constitutional Vandalism under Green Cover", in Upholding the Australian Constitution, Samuel Griffith Society, Volume 17, , 2005, pages 39-72.
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