A Guide to the Australian Economy: Structure, Performance, Policy

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Longman Cheshire, 1994 - Australia - 342 pages
An applied economics text and a comprehensive account of how Australia's economy works. The 10 chapters deal with key topics such as inflation, unemployment, public expenditure and taxation, manufacturing, mining and agriculture, the financial sector, private sector spending and Australia's place in the world economy. Microeconomic and macroeconomic aspects of the economy are dealt with in detail, as are the policy issues facing the country. Graphs and figures illustrate the workings of the economy, and questions and suggestions for further reading are included. Includes a glossary of terms and an index.

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