TITLE

Paying for protection

AUTHOR(S)
Stone, John
PUB. DATE
December 1991
SOURCE
IPA Review;1991, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p13
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Opinion. Presents the author's view on protection policies for the Australian economy. How the protection policies in Australia benefit some at the expense of others; Information on Australia's Excise Tariff Act of 1906, described as Act relating to duties of excise; Removal of the governmentally imposed forms of discrimination between different economic activities; Status of the whole approach to manufacturing protection.
ACCESSION #
9708045767

 

Related Articles

  • Industry policy.  // Asian Business Review;Apr96, p26 

    Reports on the emphasis by the government of Prime Minister John Howard of Australia on a proactive industry policy. View of the Coalition on Labor's industry policy; Planned restructuring of enterprise development programs; Commitment of the government to establishing industry panels to advice...

  • Trade policy.  // Asian Business Review;Apr96, p28 

    Outlines the emphases of the Coalition government of Australia's policy on trade. Includes the revival of neglected bilateral relations; Removal of unnecessary business regulations; Consolidation of Australia's image as a reliable supplier of diverse exports.

  • Federalism and transport policy: Australian lessons for Europe. Williams, Alan W.; Kolsen, H.M. // Atlantic Economic Journal;Sep93, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p80 

    Examines the federalism experience and transport policy of Australia. Experience with a customs union; Disproportionate level of power with limited number of states; Importance of the commonwealth's financial leverage for state compliance in transport matters.

  • Challenges for the business sector. Bibbee, Alexandra Iwanc // OECD Observer;Jun/Jul95, Issue 194, p34 

    Discusses the Austrian government's structural adjustment program to liberalize the economy. Characteristics of the Austrian business sector both in terms of its strength and weaknesses; Reforms in the services sector; Emphasis on competition and specialization.

  • Tax Reform in New Zealand: The Shape of Things to Come in Australia? Ryan, Angela // Institute of Public Affairs Review;Mar99, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p6 

    Discusses the package approach to tax reform in Australia. Why the tax reform would allow resources to be used more efficiently; Compensation issues; Key lessons from the implementation of tax reform in New Zealand.

  • Australia may be in danger of fraud epidemic. Ferrers, Tony // Chartered Accountants Journal;Apr99, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p66 

    Focuses on business fraud in Australia. Estimated annual fraud costs in the country; Business sector with the most number of fraud cases; Need for all concerned entities to take the necessary actions to address the problem.

  • A ban on the free exchange of information. Hinrichsen, Kevin // IPA Review;1991, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p7 

    Presents the author's view on the enforcement of the Privacy Amendment Act No. 116 in 1990. Scope and features of the Act; Effects of the Act on small companies.

  • Microeconomic reform in Australia: Progress, prospects and problems. Dundas, Ken // Ecodate;Sep95, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p1 

    Examines the progress and prospects of microeconomic reform in Australia. History of reforms; Enumeration of reforms; Problems with microeconomic reform. INSET: Student activities, by Diane Rogers..

  • The future of Australian industry policy. Feil, Martin // Quadrant Magazine;May96, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p37 

    Discusses the arguments in Australia's Economic Planning Advisory Commission Paper No. 10 entitled `Tariff Reform and Economic Growth.' Dynamic gains in productivity and per capita income from tariff reductions; Exclusion of non-tariff barriers from the analysis; Trade restructuring effects of...

  • Guest editorial. Blount, Frank // Asian Business Review;Nov95, p8 

    Editorial. Discusses the competitive advantages of Australia. Competitive nature of business investment; Strength of the local domestic market; Importance of support services.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics