4 edition of Aspects of Australian public finances and public enterprises, 1920 to 1939 found in the catalog.
Aspects of Australian public finances and public enterprises, 1920 to 1939
J. J. Pincus
|Statement||Jonathan J. Pincus.|
|Series||Working paper,, no. 53, Working papers in economic history ;, working paper no. 53.|
|LC Classifications||HJ1514 .P56 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33, 5 p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||85226702|
In and again in there were substantial increases in the tariff, the revenue raised being used primarily to finance public works expenditure. In New South Wales industry grew at a steady pace and by factory workforce structures in New South Wales and Victoria were similar. The richest 1% had nearly one-fifth of income in the late s just before the Great Depression. Their share then steadily declined until a U-turn at the end of the golden age eventually restored the income share of the very rich to s levels. of emergency public works and relief programs to employ millions of people. It established the.
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The European settlement of Australia began Aspects of Australian public finances and public enterprises 26 January at Port Jackson (modern Sydney, New South Wales), when the First Fleet arrived with more than 1, convicts, marines and a few free settlers, plus a vast quantity of stores to establish a penal colony in New South Wales.
The United Kingdom claimed all of eastern Australian as its territory on the basis of terra nullius, though the. South Australia (SA) has a unique position in Australia's history as, unlike the other states which were founded as colonies, South Australia began as a self governing province Many were attracted to this and Adelaide and SA developed as an independent and free thinking state.
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This a period in which public governance has been informed and influenced by the principles and actions of private sector corporate governance.