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The Resource Australian public policy : progressive ideas in the neoliberal ascendency, edited by Chris Miller and Lionel Orchard

Australian public policy : progressive ideas in the neoliberal ascendency, edited by Chris Miller and Lionel Orchard

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Australian public policy : progressive ideas in the neoliberal ascendency
Title
Australian public policy
Title remainder
progressive ideas in the neoliberal ascendency
Statement of responsibility
edited by Chris Miller and Lionel Orchard
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Language
eng
Summary
Australian public policy engages with the values and dilemmas of progressive public policy in Australia, bringing together leading authors to explore a wide range of issues which challenge and extend current thinking about Australian public policy
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EBLCP
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Australian public policy : progressive ideas in the neoliberal ascendency, edited by Chris Miller and Lionel Orchard
Label
Australian public policy : progressive ideas in the neoliberal ascendency, edited by Chris Miller and Lionel Orchard
Link
http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt1ggjk39
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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cr
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mixed
Content category
text
Content type code
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Content type MARC source
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Contents
  • List of figures and tables; Figures; Tables; Contributor biographies; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Towards a new progressive policy agenda; Introduction; Australian policy accommodations; Policy inertia and complacency; The emergence of policy process and the role of political institutions as a key concern; Mainstream public policy: social, economic, urban and housing policies; The fragility of Australian identity: irrationality in public policy; Social cohesion, the sustainability of welfare and the value of public goods; Neoliberalism, the culture wars and public policy; Introduction
  • Culture as politicsAustralia's culture wars; The hollowed out public sphere; The search for an alternative model; Macroeconomic policy after the Global Financial Crisis; Introduction; Market liberalism; The current situation; Beyond financial capitalism; Concluding comments; Putting together work and care in Australia: time for a new settlement?; From breadwinner man to dual earner households; The current work/life experiences of Australian working men and women; The policy consequences of a changing work/care regime; Parental leave; Other work-family policy reforms
  • Systemic and structural reformsConclusion; Welfare reform; Vale full employment; Renovating the welfare state; A neoliberal welfare state; Partisanship remains; 'Choice' and 'fairness': the hollow core in industrial relations policy; A radically different Australian labour market; Fundamental questions in IR policy and the responses of competing values frameworks; The liberal collectivist foundations of IR policy in Australia; 1990s to present day: from liberal collectivism to neoliberalism; Conclusion; Indigenous policy: Canberra consensus on a neoliberal project of improvement
  • A brief history of Indigenous policyThe project of improvement; The politics of delivery/non-delivery; Indigenous Australians as special citizens; Culture and diversity; What is multiculturalism?; How is multiculturalism justified?; Do the benefits outweigh the costs?; Conclusion; The business of care: Australia's experiment with the marketisation of childcare; Introduction; Early childhood education and care in Australia; Marketisation and the growth of corporate childcare; ABC Learning; Labor's 'human capital' agenda for early childhood
  • The Liberal agenda for ECEC: 'flexibility' and 'affordability'Conclusion; Mixed messages in the new politics of education; Structural inequalities in higher education; The achievement gap in schooling; A National Plan for School Improvement; Contemporary challenges; Conclusion; The accidental logic of health policy in Australia; Introduction; Maximising health outcomes: health is 'produced' in everyday life; Policy focuses on secondary prevention of chronic disease; The health of Australia's First Peoples; Delivering equitable benefits: access and quality; System design for access and quality
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1 online resource (xix, 370 pages)
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