Australia at the Crossroads: Radical Free Market Or a Progressive Liberalism?

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Allen & Unwin, 1998 - Business & Economics - 295 pages
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Australia at the Crossroads is a comprehensive and systematic critique of the radical free market agenda, and a warning against the false dawn offered by that or any other form of economic extremism. It opts squarely for the progressive liberal path - one which will safeguard the 'fair go' society which Australians take pride in, without impairing our capacity to further improve living standards.

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FRED ARGY was awarded an OAM for services to national economic planning in 1992. He was Secretary to the Campbell Inquiry into the Australian financial system; Director of EPAC 1986-91; First Assistant Secretary of the Treasury; President of the Economic Society of Australia 1991-93; and remains a member of the Commonwealth Grants Commission, a counsellor of CEDA, a director of Legal + General.

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