Australia's National Competition Policy 1995-2005
Between positive structuralism and post-modernism lies an epistemological gap in which much understanding is lost. This is particularly true of the study of government policies. The National Competition Policy was one such: a vast program of change of Australian law, governmental processes and regulation; it changed thousands of pieces of legislation, brought new institutions of government into being, ruled governments and cost livelihoods. Thinking about the National Competition Policy falls...[Show more]
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