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The wage earners' welfare state revisited: refurbishing the established model of Australian social protection, 1983-1993

Castles, Francis G


This paper sets out to give an overview of the most significant policy changes and developments influencing the development of social protection in Australia in the past decade. Rather than focussing on an assessment of gains and losses within the narrow confines of the state welfare system, it looks at what has happened to the broad configuration of policies which have come to constitute Australia's highly distinctive wage earners' welfare state. Overall, the conclusion is that the...[Show more]

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Date published: 1994-03
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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