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- Australia's human capital and labour markets: their role in achieving a more competitive economy
- De Lorenzo, Mirella S.
- This paper examines the recent economic shocks to the Australian economy which have prompted the Government to plan and implement structural changes with the aim of achieving greater industry competitiveness. In many respects the dual economic development of the past has contributed to the economy's failure to keep pace with global economic changes. In considering these factors an examination of Australia's human capital and labour markets will be conducted to assess how the inherent problems afflicting these areas, and the attendant micro-economic reforms will affect the economy.
- Publication type
- Working paper
- Research centre
- Swinburne University of Technology. Division of Business, Humanities and Social Science
- Faculty of Business staff papers, no. 51
- Publication year
- Australia; Economic trends; Economy; Human capital; Labour market
- Faculty of Business, Swinburne University of Technology
- Copyright © De Lorenzo, M. S., 1989.