How Australia Can Avoid Running Out of Money

Harper, Ian R.
December 1990
IPA Review;Winter90, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p10
Discusses ways to address Australia's problem on making enough money to meet the needs of a growing economy. Why the budget surplus creates a problem; How to manage the money supply without Commonwealth government securities; Proposed role of private banks.


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