Public Debt and the South Australian Government

P Chapman, John Spoehr

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Abstract

Any attempt to revitalise the South Australian economy requires a reassessment of the implications of public sector debt. There is a broadly held but mistaken view that public debt, in South Australia and elsewhere, is associated with hard times and poor economic performance.
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
Chapter8
Pages156-170
Number of pages15
Edition1st
ISBN (Print)9781862544659
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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    Chapman, P., & Spoehr, J. (1999). Public Debt and the South Australian Government. In J. Spoehr (Ed.), Beyond the Contract State: Ideas for social and economic renewal in South Australia (1st ed., pp. 156-170). Wakefield Press.