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Australia After Budgetary Reform: A Lapsed Pioneer or Decorative Architect?

In: The Reality of Budgetary Reform in OECD Nations

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  • Lewis Hawke
  • John Wanna

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The Reality of Budgetary Reform in OECD Nations investigates the impacts and consequences of budgetary reform through a comparative assessment of advanced Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) democracies that have undertaken budget reforms over the past two to three decades.

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  • Lewis Hawke & John Wanna, 2010. "Australia After Budgetary Reform: A Lapsed Pioneer or Decorative Architect?," Chapters, in: John Wanna & Lotte Jensen & Jouke de Vries (ed.), The Reality of Budgetary Reform in OECD Nations, chapter 4, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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    1. Kirsty Laurie & Jason McDonald, 2008. "A perspective on trends in Australian Government spending," Economic Roundup, The Treasury, Australian Government, issue 1, pages 27-49, March.
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