Updating election polls
(1988), Market and institutional structures in the grain handling industry: an application of contestability theory, pp.
Quiggin, John (2007), Coral reefs and the nascent economics of resilience, Presentation to a National Forum on Coral Reef Futures sponsored by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Canberra, 18 October.
(2000), Human services and employment in the post-industrial labour market, 30–44 in O'Connor, I., Warburton, J. (ed.), Contemporary perspectives on social work and the human services: challenges and change, Longman, Brisbane. Quiggin, John (2006), Megaprojects and risk: the Australian context, Symposium on Megaprojects and risk: achieving sustainable public and private outcomes, hosted by Griffith Universitys Urban Research Program, Brisbane, 1 December.
Quiggin, John (2006), Presentation of the 27th Annual Archbishop Sir James Duhig Memorial Lecture on The Cultural Development of Australian Society, St Leos College Student Club, St Leos College, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 7 September.
The politics and practice of implementing welfare-to-work, presented by the School of Social Work and Applied Human Sciences, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 17 July.
Quiggin, John (2006), Presentation of opening welcome for a conference entitled Road to where?
(2001), "Dual applications to estimating supply response systems under price and production uncertainty: the state-contingent approach," invited paper presented at the Southern Regional Risk Project SER-IEG-31 Annual Meetings, Gulf Shores, Alabama, March 22–24, 2001. (2006), Accommodating indigenous cultural heritage values in resource assessment: Cape York Peninsula and the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia, 50th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Sydney, 10 February. (2006), Employment in remote Aboriginal communities: a regional development perspective, Invited paper presented to a session on Applied econometrics in small populations: issues for measuring indigenous disadvantage at the Australasian Meeting of the Econometric Society, Alice Springs, 5 July. (2006), Risk and uncertainty in agricultural economics and agricultural policy, Symposium No. (2003), Australian state government revenues, collection and the australian experience with public–private partnerships, Queensland Council of Unions Government Revenues and Services Forum, Customs House, Brisbane, 2 April, Quiggin, J. (2002), Why have the returns to microeconomic reform been so disappointing, in Fox, K. (2003), Electricity privatisation in Victoria: fiscal and economic impacts, in Hodge, G. and Scott D.) Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne, pp. Cerulo's Never Saw it Coming: Cultural Challenges to Envisioning the Worst, Chicago University Press, Australian Financial Review, 9 February, Review p. (2004), Discount rates, Presentation to a symposium on Cost–Benefit Analysis sponsored jointly by the ACT Branch of the Economic Society of Australia and the Australian Public Service Commission (APSC), Canberra, 3 September, Quiggin, J. , Presentation to the Ideas Festival, presented by the Queensland Government and sponsored by Griffith University and the Brisbane Airport Corporation, Brisbane, 1 April. (2004), Electricity privatisation in Victoria: fiscal and economic impacts, In Power Progress: An Audit of Australias Electricity Reform Experiment, (Ed, Hodge G., Sands V., Hayward D. (2004), The economic policy debate, In The Politics of Australian Society: Political Issues for the New Century (2nd edn), (Ed, Boreham, P., Stokes, G. (1999), Globalisation: brave new world or techno trap? Schmidt's Axiomatic Utility Theory Under Risk: Non-Archimedean Representations and Application to Insurance Economics, Springer, Berlin, 1998, Journal of Economics 71(1), 80–82. (2002), Thinking their way to the top: on the alleged decline of public intellectuals, Australian Financial Review, 10 May, Review of Public Intellectuals: A Study of Decline, by Richard Posner. (2002), Myths of the Market; Review of: Thomas Frank, One Market Under God, Sydney, Vintage, 2001 & William Baumol, The Free-Market Innovation Machine: Analyzing the Growth Miracle of Capitalism, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2002 , The Drawing Board (Digest) , (2002), Economics of the Dark Side: Review of Jack Hirshleifer, The Dark Side of the Force: Economic Foundations of Conflict Theory, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2001, The Drawing Board (Digest), (2004), Review of Shaun Goldfinchs Remaking New Zealand and Australian Economic Policy: Ideas, Institutions and Policy Communities, Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions, vol 17 no 2, 308–10. (2007), 'A pessimistic view of optimism: on the hazard of being unprepared', Review of Karen A. (2007), Economists do give a damn, after all, Review of Diane Coyles The Soulful Science: What Economists Really Do and Why It Matters, Princeton University Press, Australian Financial Review, 20 July, Review pp. (2004), Research funding and commercialisation, Presentation to a public forum on The future of University Research in Australia, hosted by the UQ Research Staff Committee of the National Tertiary Education Union, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 5 August, Quiggin, J. (1994), Estimation using contingent valuation data from a "Dichotomous choice with follow-up" questionnaire, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 27(3), 218–34. Reply to comment by Rolfe and Bennett', Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 40(2), 135-8.