Global Connections: A History of Exports and the Australian Economy
A study of Australia's export industries over the past two centuries which demonstrates the need to switch from low value-added commodities such as wool, wheat and unprocessed minerals to high value-added manufactures and services if the country is to continue to have a high standard of living. Indexed. Includes extensive tables, a bibliography and an index.
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Colonial Capitalism 17881850
Economic Expansion 18501890
Depression and Recovery 18901914
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Australia and the Global Trade System: From Havana to Seattle
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David Meredith,Barrie Dyster
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