The Australian productivity miracle: a sceptical view
Since the beginning of systematic microeconomic reform in the early 1980s, there has been a steady flow of official and unofficial predictions that the improvement in productivity made by possible by reform would yield improved living standards for all, or at least most, Australians. The first such predictions were made by Kasper et al. (1980) who estimated that the adoption of a program of microeconomic reform broadly similar to that subsequently implemented would result in annual growth in...[Show more]
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