6 edition of Economic Rationalism in Canberra found in the catalog.
December 1, 1989
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
In , Michael Pusey unleashed Economic Rationalism in Canberra: A Nation-building state changes its mind. In his book, Pusey took aim at the Canberra econocrats who ruled the key federal Author: Remy Davison. TY - BOOK. T1 - The Experience of middle Australia. T2 - the dark side of economic reform. AU - Pusey, Michael. PY - Y1 - N2 - Four hundred Australians across the country shared their experiences of work, family, parenting and study for this book, creating a striking picture of Australian society as a new millennium by:
In the s the focus of economic rationalism in Australia has shifted from macro economic policy to micro-economic reform at the industry and enterprise level. For the reformers the opening up of Australia to the new global economy was just a prelude to what they see as the hard work of an institutional transformation that will "make. Economic rationalism and economic policy Both the terminology used to describe economic rationalist policies and the content of those policies have changed over time. In the s the focus was on deregulation of the private sector and the removal of tariffs and stabilisation schemes for agricultural products, that were seen as distorting price.
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Book Description. Michael Pusey undertakes a detailed analysis of top bureaucrats in Canberra who have been responsible for emphasizing notions of 'streamlining' and 'rationalisation'. He discusses the social significance of economic rationalisation and public sector reform from a theoretical perspective, contributing to understanding Cited by: Economic Rationalism in Economic Rationalism in Canberra book A Nation-Building State Changes Its Mind.
Throughout the world since the s, state and public sector reform has been driven by a conservative agenda emphasising notions of 'streamlining' and 'rationalisation'; Australia has been no exception/5(6).
Economic Rationalism in Canberra: A Nation-Building State Changes Its Mind - Michael Pusey - Google Books Throughout the world since the s, state and public sector reform.
Economic Rationalism in Canberra: A Nation-Building State Changes its Mind by Michael Pusey. Throughout the world since the s, state and public sector reform has been driven by a conservative agenda emphasising notions of 'streamlining' and 'rationalisation'; Australia has been no exception.
Economic Rationalism in Canberra by Michael Pusey,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5). Economic Rationalism in Canberra: Twenty-Five Years On Twenty-five years on from the first release of Michael Pusey's work Economic Rationalism in Canberra, five diverse authors including Pusey himself reflect on how economic rationalist ideas - now more commonly referred to as neoliberal ideas - have shaped policy and debate in Australia.
marked the 25 th anniversary of Michael Pusey’s seminal text of economic sociology, Economic Rationalism in Canberra. As a detailed analysis of top bureaucrats in Canberra who had adopted free market ideas and the transformation of public policymaking, Pusey’s book helped instigate a national conversation and publicised the concept of ‘economic rationalism’.
Economic rationalism in Canberra (). This book provided an account of how those in the senior ranks of the Commonwealth Public Service had come under the influence of a new ideology that pushed the previously dominant one of nation-building to the margins.
Economic rationalism and Neoliberalism The post-war commitment to full employment using Keynesian techniques of macro-economic government, kept the Labourist-Social-liberal armature in place and turning until when a coincidence of high inflation and high unemployment contradicted the Keynesian expectation of either high inflation or high.
Economic rationalism refers to Australia’s economic policy during the s and s. This economic orthodoxy was also known as neoliberalism. The term was used as a favourable description of market-oriented economic policies under Whitlam government in. In the early s, his book, Economic Rationalism in Canberra (Cambridge, ) started a national debate on ‘economic rationalism’ and brought the term into common usage.
Inhe was listed by the Sydney Morning Herald as one of Australia’s top public intellectuals. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in by: 1.
Meticulously researched, it mounts a moral and intellectual counter-argument to the regime of economic reform. A sequel to the best-selling Economic Rationalism in Canberra, Michael Pusey's new book will be equally by: In the early s Michael Pusey's book Economic Rationalism in Canberra: A Nation-Building State Changes its Mind, started a national debate on economic rationalism and brought the term into public usage.
It showed how Canberra had been taken over by 'economic rationalists' and w arned of the economic and social costs of free market economic.
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‘His book proposes an alternative to the prevailing economic rationalism.’ ‘There is an ongoing debate about the influence "economic rationalism" has in Canberra.’ ‘In much contemporary architecture, economic rationalism has eliminated the lyrical, the.
Economic rationalism in Canberra: a nation-building state changes its mind. [Michael Pusey] -- Presents an understanding of economic rationalism in the Australian context, based on a detailed study of Canberra bureaucrats through interviews with.
Economic Rationalism in Canberra: a Nation-Building State Changes its Mind, by Michael Pusey (Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, ). $25 paperback. Reviewed by John Wanna. Kicking the Canberra can is obviously alive and well. Evidence for this is to be found in Michael Pusey's Economic Rationalism in Canberra, an ambling sociological account of the.
Public debate about the role of neoliberalism in Australia was arguably ushered in with the publication of Michael Pusey’s Economic Rationalism in Canberra in This book was published just a few weeks prior to Paul Keating’s takeover as prime minister from Bob Hawke.
Economic Rationalism in Canberra (hereafter ERIC) Cited by: 2. In the early s Michael’s book on Economic Rationalism in Canberra A Nation Building State Changes its Mind (Cambridge ) started a national debate on ‘economic rationalism’ and. The now dominant negative use came into widespread use during the recession, and was popularised by a best-selling book Economic Rationalism in Canberra .At last a coherent new set of ideas for critics of economic rationalism and globalisation.
Hamilton argues that an obsession with economic growth lies at the heart of our current political, social and environmental ills – and offers a thought-provoking alternative.