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Meeting the challenge of change in regional Australia

  • Year: 2000
  • Author: Banks, G
  • Journal Name: Paper presented at Symposium Renaissance of The Regions
  • Publisher: Institute of Public Administration
  • Published Location: Melbourne, Vic
  • Country: Australia

Issues raised by the Productivity Commission's national public inquiry into the impact of Competition Policy Reforms on Rural and Regional Australia are addressed in this paper which discusses: demographic trends and population movement in rural and coastal areas of Australia; globalisation and The World Trade Organisation; national competition policy; government role; labour market flexibility; infrastructure; and building the skills base through changes to education policy.

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