The Electoral Politics of Economic Reform in Australia: The 1998 Election
Like many other advanced industrial democracies, Australia has experienced major and ongoing economic reform over the last two decades, the pace of which has, if anything, increased since the election of the Liberal-National government in 1996. These developments have led to a growing sense of economic insecurity among many voters. Many of these concerns were focused on the 1998 election, when the Liberal-National Coalition advocated the introduction of a goods and services tax. This paper uses...[Show more]
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