"Authority. persuasion and exchange" (revisited): the public policy of internationalising the Australian economy
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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