ETSA and the Privatisation Panacea

John Spoehr, J Quiggin

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Abstract

During the mid-1990's South Australia became a laboratory for large-scale outsourcing experiments. A number of these experiments proved to be politically explosive, contributing to a significant swing against the Liberal Party in the 1997 state election.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBeyond the Contract State
Subtitle of host publicationIdeas for social and economic renewal in South Australia
EditorsJohn Spoehr
Place of PublicationKent Town, South Australia
PublisherWakefield Press
Chapter9
Pages171-190
Number of pages20
Edition1st
ISBN (Print)9781862544659
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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    Spoehr, J., & Quiggin, J. (1999). ETSA and the Privatisation Panacea. In J. Spoehr (Ed.), Beyond the Contract State: Ideas for social and economic renewal in South Australia (1st ed., pp. 171-190). Wakefield Press.