Australia In The International Economy by Barrie Dyster
|Title||Australia in the International Economy|
|Category||Business & Economics|
|Language||English, Spanish, and French|
By tracing the relationship of Australia and the international economy from the late nineteenth century to the present day, the authors argue that Australia's economy is an integral part of a world economy, subject to its forces. They assess the impact of the movements of money, people and goods in and out of Australia and the government's attempts to manage events and their consequences. The book is arranged in four chronological periods--pre-First World War, the inter-war period, the Second World War to 1959, and since 1960--and gives a clear account of the political and commercial influences that underlie economic developments.