6 edition of Global Restructuring: The Australian Experience (Meridian: Australian Geographical Perspectives) found in the catalog.
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert H. Fagan (Editor), Michael Webber (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||184|
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This book provides a lucid introduction to the Australian experience of global economic restructuring. It demonstrates the importance of a geographical perspective in understanding specicific links between processes of global change and.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: 1. Emergence of the global economy. This book provides a lucid introduction to the Australian experience of global economic restructuring.
It demonstrates the importance of a geographical perspective in understanding specicific links between processes of global change and economic transformations within Australia. Recent approaches to explaining global restructuring are used to build a framework. EDITORIAL ‘Global restructuring’ two decades on: Australia’s relational economy in the twenty-first century Kirsten Martinus a, Thomas J.
Sigler b, Phillip O’Neill c and Matthew Tonts a aCentre of Regional Development, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia; bSchool of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia; cSchool of Social Author: Kirsten Martinus, Thomas J.
Sigler, Phillip O’Neill, Matthew Tonts. During the early s, a quiet controversy began in Australia about the nature of the ongoing global economic restructuring process, how it was initiated, and how it will affect the continent's economy and society.
Global Restructuring: The Australian Experience offers a Pages: A key theme of Global Restructuring (R.
Fagan and M. Webber. Global Restructuring: The Australian rne: Oxford University Press) is the dramatic rise of financial capital flows into and out of Australia commencing with the financial deregulation measures of the early by: 3. Fagan, R.H. & Webber, M.J. () Glob al Restructuring: The Australian Experience, Oxford University P ress, USA.
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The Australian experience has been that without political will and effective external policies, restructuring certainly did not assist in reducing environmental harms such as climate change. On the contrary, the narrow economic framing of restructuring in Australia appears to have actively worked against improved environmental by: 5.
The Australian National Electricity Market is widely considered a successful example of electricity industry restructuring. It has delivered reliable electricity supply with apparent economic efficiency gains over the former monopoly utility arrangements, and in the context of significant industry challenges including peak demand growth and a.
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Through a detailed analysis of .Paul is a Director and senior faculty member at AcademyGlobal, and an Honorary Professor at the University of Technology Sydney Faculty of Law. With a background in executive management in multinational commercial firms, including Deloitte (Senior Manager) and Citi (VP and Director), Paul has 25 years experience across consulting, financial.Kate has significant cross-border experience and often represents private placement investors in Australian restructurings.
In particular, she represented noteholder groups in Arrium (Australia), Centro Properties (Australia), Fletcher Building (New Zealand and Australia), Chicago Bridge & Iron (Netherlands) and CEMEX (Mexico).