Australian manufacturing industry policy : 1965-1985
The thesis argues that Australian federal governments have failed to produce coherent policies for the development of manufacturing. It is further argued that the principal reason for this failure was fragmentation: industrial, bureaucratic, political and ideological. The argument is sustained by formulating a general empirical model of the policymaking system, and then showing how its particular structural form in Australia produced the effects described. A lack of collective will among...[Show more]
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