This paper examines the 1980s restructuring of the Australian economy
from the perspective of two contending paradigms.
After World War II Australia sheltered its economy from international
competition. McEwenite "protection-all-round" - constituted this
"politics of domestic defence". In consequence, by the 1980s Australian
governments faced the problem of ridding the Australian economy of the
endemic inefficiencies of this post-war form of the "Australian
Settlement" model and...[Show more]
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