From Public to Private: The Australian Experience of Privatisation

@inproceedings{Aulich2007FromPT,
  title={From Public to Private: The Australian Experience of Privatisation},
  author={Chris Aulich and Janine O'flynn},
  year={2007}
}
This article traces the development of privatisation as a key strategy in public sector reform in Australia, as used to some degree or other by parties of both the left and right. The article identifies the shift from a more pragmatic approach adopted by Labor as one element of its micro-economic reform program, to a more ideologically driven approach used by successive Liberal Coalition governments. It identifies the range of privatisation utilised by both parties and concludes that there has… CONTINUE READING
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