Inter-governmental relations in the southern tablelands of New South Wales : a case-study in regionalism and decentralization
The aim of this thesis was to approach the study of inter-governmental relations in a way not previously tried by political scientists in Australia. It has generally been assumed that an outstanding feature of Australian government, as of social and economic affairs in the country, is its centralization and concentration. It was recognised that this picture was complicated, especially in government, by the federal division of functions between six States and the Commonwealth. But even here...[Show more]
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