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Vol. 12 No. 1 (Autumn, 1996)
The price of Asian authoritarianism.
Values and the Social Order, Volume 2: Society and Order edited by Gerard Radnitzky and Hard Bouillon (Avebury Publications, 1995.)
Microeconomic reform is needed for the mining industry.
Andrew Norton talks to Greg Melleuish and Chandran Kukathas about the nature of Australian Liberalism and the challenges it faces.
Treaty making and Australia: Globalisation versus Sovereignty edited by Philip Alston and Madelaine Chiam (The Federation Press, 1995.)
A Truly Civil Society: 1995 Boyer Lectures Eva Cox (ABC Books, 1995.)
Non-tariff obstacles to free trade.
The death of Murray Rothbard is a grievous blow to the libertarian and classical liberal movement.
Double Take: Six Incorrect Essays edited by Peter Coleman (Mandarin, 1996.)
Robert D. Putnam
Why might social capital be declining?
Civilizing Cyberspace: Policy Power, and the Information Superhighway by Steven E. Miller (Addison-Wesley/ACM Publishing, 1996.)
Capitalism: A Social Audit by Peter Saunders (Open University Press, 1995.)
Tall Green Tales edited by Jeff Bennett (Institute of Public Affairs, 1995.)
The Political Economy of Public Administration by Murray J. Horn (Cambridge University Press, 1995.)
Rafe’s Round-Up for POLICY Magazine Autumn 1996 issue.
Macroeconomics is about the behaviour of the economy taken as a whole. The study of economic growth is an important part of the study of macroeconomics and is concerned with the causes of the expansion of national output and income over longer periods.
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