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- We can have more jobs and protection for jobs
- Browne, Peter
- What is the crux of the Government's case for its industrial relations reforms? In statements by senior ministers over the past few weeks, one point comes up repeatedly: that the only way to maintain employment growth is to reduce protection for employees. It's one of those commonsense claims that often aren't examined too closely. And there's no evidence to suggest that it's true.
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- Newspaper article
- Research centre
- Swinburne University of Technology. Faculty of Life and Social Sciences. Institute for Social Research
- The Age, 28 October 2005
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- Australia; Employment; Federal government; Howard Government; Industrial relations; Infrastructure; Labour; Unemployment
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- Copyright © 2005 Peter Browne.
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