Simon Quinn: Other stuff
My free 'how to' guide is
; a revised and printed version is
available for purchase here
. An Arabic version (translated by Dr Abdulgabbar al Sharaafi) has been published by
. A Spanish version (translated by Tania Paredes Salder) has been published by
Red Metis Gaia
Indigenous poverty in Australia
I was privileged to visit Aurukun, in Far North Queensland, in late 2011; here are
some thoughts on remote indigenous poverty viewed from the perspective of development economics
Light manufacturing in Africa
I have worked with Marcel Fafchamps to produce a background paper for the World Bank's 'Light Manufacturing in Africa' study; the report and background papers are
Evolution of cooperation
My undergraduate ('honours') thesis concerned a multi-agent simulation of cooperation and decentralised altruistic punishment.
Bank credit and legal status in Moroccan manufacturing
My M.Phil thesis and my D.Phil thesis both concerned the effect of Moroccan manufacturing firms' choice of legal status on access to bank overdraft facilities.
Law and networks
Rethinking Rules: Structure and change in systems of incompleteness
Competition, Causation and Market Power: Some suggestions for s.46 of the Trade Practices Act
To compete with government: Competition and access to public infrastructure in NT Power v PAWA
In both 2004 and 2006, I had the privilege of twice doing volunteer work with the South Asia Human Rights Documentation Centre. In 2004, I helped with articles on
religious freedom in France
preventative detention in the UK
(page 6); in 2006, I worked on a
summary of the High-Level Segment
at the inaugural session of the UN Human Rights Council.
I was an Obiter editor in 2004, along with Ryan Goss, Nick Luke and Sam Whittington.
The least funny articles were generally mine...