Policy-making for Sydney's airport needs : a comparative and historical perspective
This paper focuses on the decision made by the Hawke government in March 1989 to build a third runway at Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (KSA), subject to normal environmental impact procedures. It notes that this decision was commonly hailed as a policy-making success and that past government procrastination over the construction of a third runway has been conversely seen as policymaking failure. The paper questions these perceptions of failure and success both by recounting the...[Show more]
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