Around the states

Nahan, Mike
September 1992
IPA Review;1992, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p20
Presents the 1992-1993 Northern Territory Government budget represents an inappropriate relaxation of fiscal policy. How Victoria's financial crisis emanates to a large extent from the failings of the last Keynesian wave and serves as a clear warning to people; How the Cain government kept up its spending binge; Cumulative effects of Cain's spending in 1987-1988; Most debilitating legacy of the Cain plan.


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