Medicare and Private and Public Medical Practice: Utilisation and Substitution
AbstractSignificant administrative reforms have affected the Australian university sector since 1989. With the pursuit of improved quality of higher education now a focus of government attention--in an effort to make the higher education system more accountable to the taxpaying public which supports it--this paper provides a critique of the thinking which informs the Higher Education Council's "Achieving Quality" report, and its earlier "Quality of Higher Education" discussion paper. A centralized system based on the bureaucratic pursuit of quality leaves economists with much to criticize.
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Volume (Year): 24 (1994)
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