Trends in Australian Manufacturing
AbstractAustralian manufacturing is a picture of diversity and contrasts. This is the main finding of this paper which examines trends in the Australian manufacturing sector over the last two decades. Manufacturing output has quadrupled since the mid-1950s. The fastest growing activities have been those with links to Australia^Rs n atural endowments and products that are more differentiated, with higher skill levels and R&D intensities.
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Length: 308 pages
Date of creation: 02 Feb 2004
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Australia; Research; Reports; Employment; Employment opportunities; Industrial disputes; Industrial relations; Industry; I ndustry policy; Labour market; Manufacturing; Part-time employment; Permanent employment; Productivity; Skilled labour; Structural a djustment; Temporary employment; Trade unions;
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