Beyond the Contract State: Ideas for Social and Economic Renewal in South Australia
Beyond the Contract State challenges the foundations and effectiveness of economic rationalism. It argues that privatisation and contracting out are undermining the capacity of government to meet longer term social and economic objectives.
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Beyond the Contract State
TRENDS AND ISSUES IN THE CONTRACT STATE
State of Stagnation Investment Required
South Australias Population at the Turn of the Century
A Labour Market in Crisis?
Surviving in the Global Jungle
Restructuring Our Lives
Public Debt and the South Australian Government
Financing Growth and Prosperity
Tackling the Jobs Crisis
Industry Strategies for South Australia
A Nice Place to Visit But Can You Afford to Work There?
Public Health and the Market
Community Services in South Australia
Notes on contributors
ETSA and the Privatisation Panacea
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