Great Expectations: Microeconomic Reform and Australia
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Great Expectations: Microeconomic Reform and Australia

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In this timely work, John Quiggin critically examines the assumptions, the practice and the future of microeconomic reform and its place in the Australian economy. Is it unambiguously true that competition within the infrastructure benefits business and consumers as well as the infrastructure industry concerned? What are the assumptions upon which such great expectations h...more
Unknown Binding, 264 pages
Published January 1st 1996 by Allen & Unwin Academic
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