Australia at the Crossroads: Radical Free Market or Progressive Liberalism? Key Issues and Conclusions
Australian Economic Review, 1998, vol. 31, issue 4, 373-383
The author highlights the alternative choices open to Australian policy makers in their quest to achieve an acceptable balance between three potentially conflicting quality goals: improved efficiency (GDP per capita), full employment, and distributional equity.
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