2 edition of Australian economy in the twentieth century found in the catalog.
Australian economy in the twentieth century
1997 by Institut für Weltwirtschaft und Internationales Management, Universität Bremen, Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaft in Bremen .
Written in English
|Other titles||Australian economy in the 20th century|
|Statement||Bruce Knapman, John Quiggin.|
|Series||Berichte aus dem Weltwirtschaftlichen Colloquium der Universität Bremen,, Nr. 52|
|Contributions||Quiggin, John., Universität Bremen. Institut für Weltwirtschaft und Internationales Management.|
|LC Classifications||HC605 .K57 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||98207659|
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Australian economics in the twentieth century. the reason for the Australian economy economic and industrial relations agenda came in a book wr itten by ﬁve : Alex Millmow. From the mid-twentieth century, Australia’s experience also resembled that of many advanced western countries.
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Get this from a library. Australia in the international economy in the twentieth century. [Barrie Dyster; David Meredith] -- Traces the relationship between the Australian economy and the international economy from the late Australian economy in the twentieth century book century to the end of the twentieth century ; includes references to Aboriginal living.
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Written by a team of economic historians The Big End of Town, first published inis a proper business history of twentieth-century Australia.5/5(1). Australia - Australia - Economy: Australia’s established world reputation has long been that of a wealthy underpopulated country prone to natural disasters, its economy depending heavily on agriculture (“riding on the sheep’s back”) and foreign investment.
This description was reasonably fair during the first century of European settlement, when wool exports reigned supreme. The economy of Australia is a highly developed market economy.
Its GDP was estimated at A$ trillion as of In Australia became the country with the largest median wealth per adult, but slipped back to second highest after Switzerland in Australia's total wealth was AUD$ trillion as of September InAustralia was the 13th-largest national economy by nominal Country group: Developed/Advanced, High-income.
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