Australia’s infrastructure policy and the COAG National Reform Agenda
AbstractIn the last 15 years, Australian governments' infrastructure policy has shifted systematically from directly providing virtually all infrastructure to creating competitive markets where competing public and private suppliers can provide infrastructure efficiently. Wide ranging competition and structural reforms, particularly under National Competition Policy, have underpinned this policy shift.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Treasury, Australian Government in its journal Economic Roundup.
Volume (Year): (2007)
Issue (Month): 1 (February)
COAG; Council of Australian Governments; infrastructure; economic development; NRA; National Reform Agenda; National Competition Policy; competition; government policy;
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- Greg Coombs & Chris Roberts, 2007. "Trends in infrastructure," Economic Roundup, Treasury, Australian Government, issue 1, pages 1-16, February.
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