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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, University of Melbourne

Volume 31, Number 2, June 1998

Are Consumption Taxes Regressive?
pp. 107-116(10)
Author: Creedy, John

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Inflation, Unemployment and the NAIRU in Australia
pp. 117-129(13)
Authors: Crosby, Mark; Olekalns, Nilss

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Testing the Olson Hypothesis within the Australian Context
pp. 130-144(15)
Authors: Marks, Andrew; Sadeghi, Mehdi

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Higher Education: Some Key Issues
pp. 145-147(3)
Author: Johnson, David

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Funding Australian Universities
pp. 148-156(9)
Author: Williams, Ross

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The West Report as National Education Policy Making
pp. 157-166(10)
Author: Marginson, Simon

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Discounts for Degrees: External Benefits and University Fees
pp. 167-178(12)
Authors: Round, David K.; Siegfried, John J.

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Higher Education in Australia and Britain: What Lessons?
pp. 179-188(10)
Author: Barr, Nicholas

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Microeconomic Evaluations of Australian Labour Market Programs
pp. 189-201(13)
Author: Webster, Elizabeth

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