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Recent Australian Infrastructure Liberalization

In: International Handbook of Network Industries

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  • Gary Madden
  • Jeffrey Petchey
  • Aaron Morey

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This extensive, state-of-the-art Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the various experiences of liberalization across different sectors, regions and disciplines.

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  • Gary Madden & Jeffrey Petchey & Aaron Morey, 2011. "Recent Australian Infrastructure Liberalization," Chapters,in: International Handbook of Network Industries, chapter 26 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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