Moore economics

Moore, Des
September 1992
IPA Review;1992, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p4
Opinion. Presents the author's view on the economic policies of Australia. Reason why the author decided to resign as Deputy Secretary in the Commonwealth Treasury; Criticisms on the government and its economic policies; Suggestions on how to lift Australia's economic growth on a sustained basis. INSET: Unproductive spending..


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