The end of the public sector debate

Quiggin, John (2006). The end of the public sector debate. In Christopher Sheil (Ed.), The state of the public sector: The state of the states 2006 (pp. 49-61) Sydney, Australia: The Evatt Foundation.

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Author Quiggin, John
Title of chapter The end of the public sector debate
Title of book The state of the public sector: The state of the states 2006
Place of Publication Sydney, Australia
Publisher The Evatt Foundation
Publication Year 2006
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
Series The State of the States
ISBN 1234567890
ISSN 1443-0819
Editor Christopher Sheil
Volume number 2006
Start page 49
End page 61
Total pages 13
Language eng
Subjects 360201 Public Policy
750603 Federalism in Australia
B1
1605 Policy and Administration
160601 Australian Government and Politics
Abstract/Summary In the first of the special essays, John Quiggin revisits the debate over the appropriate size of the public sector and canvasses the issues associated with the distribution of government responsibilities within the Australian federation, with a sweeping perspective and surprising conclusions.
Q-Index Code B1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

 
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