Structural change

the international and national context.

R. H. Fagan, J. McKay, G. J R Linge

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Abstract

Presents a broader and more widely ranging framework for examining change than many conventional treatments of restructuring. The international context is summarized since it is impossible to understand national circumstances in isolation from the world energy situation, the role of new technology, the dominance of transnational corporations in key areas of production, trade and technology, and the emergence of a new international division of labour. Emphasizes Australia's position with a foot in both developed and developing worlds which means it has both core and periphery roles. Some policy options are outlined. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-49
Number of pages49
JournalAustralian National University, Canberra, Dept of Human Geography, Publication
Issue numberHG-15
Publication statusPublished - 1981

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