Australian Economy and Neo-Liberalism

Manufacturing, Trade and Bilateral Links with Japan in the Post-Keynesian Age

By Celal Bayari

Australia's economy has long been typified by neo-liberal governance, foreign investment dependence, exports dominated by grains, resources and energy, and an industrial structure in which foreign multinational enterprises play the leading role. These factors have not always contributed to stable growth and a strong manufacturing sector. Further, they have not always led to the best outcomes for Australia in its integration into the regional and global patterns. These themes form the focus of this book, which presents an analysis of Australia's economic orthodoxy and its effects. (Series: Global Cultural and Economic Research - Vol. 10)

232 pages

Publication Date: 5/15/2012
Format: Paper
ISBN: 9783643902276