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Public sector borrowing in Australia

CollectionsANU Press (1965- Present)
Title: Public sector borrowing in Australia
Date published: 1982
Publisher: Canberra, ACT : Centre for Research on Federal Financial Relations, Australian National University : Distributed by ANU Press
This book considers a number of recent developments and issues affecting Australian public sector borrowing, including: criteria for borrowing; the present and future role of the Australian Loan Council; the relationship between public sector borrowing requirements and public debt management, the role of the Reserve Bank with respect to the relationship between government borrowing operations, monetary policy and the marketing of Commonwealth securities; and the role of the market in meeting the borrowing requirements of different levels of government and different kinds of public authorities. Individual chapters are presented from the perspective of a State Treasury, a State commercial and semigovernment authority, a market practitioner the Reserve Bank and a State Dank.


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