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Solutions to Australian Unemployment: Three Perspectives - Solutions to Unemployment and Avoiding the 'Diabolical Trade-off': A Discussion

In: Unemployment and the Australian Labour Market

  • Peter Dawkins

    (The University of Melbourne)

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    This chapter was published in: Guy Debelle & Jeff Borland (ed.) Unemployment and the Australian Labour Market, Reserve Bank of Australia, pages , 1998.
    This item is provided by Reserve Bank of Australia in its series RBA Annual Conference Volume with number acv1998-19.
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