Governments, Markets and Globalisation: Public Policy in Context
Publication Date 1 Jan 2000
OverviewGovernments, Markets and Globalisation provides a comprehensive introductory analysis of the ideas, institutions and processes behind Australia's social and economic transformation and examines how the rise of free market ideology and globalisation has changed the role of government in modern society. Drawing on a range of contemporary case studies and research in social, economic and environmental policy areas, Quentin Beresford identifies and explains the key institutions and processes involved in policy-making in a clear and accessible way, with opportunities for active learning. Governments, Markets and Globalisation sheds new light on the complex and fascinating business of government decision-making in tomorrow's society. This book is an excellent aid to understanding government policy and an indispensable teaching tool for public policy.
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