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Title: They Make A Desolation and They Call It F.A. Hayek: Australian Universities on the Brink of the Nelson Reforms. [essay]
Authors: Marginson, Simon
Keywords: Australian
Book Reviews
Publishing
John Maynard Keynes
Keynesian
John Howard
Martin Place
Treasury
Canberra
British
Alfred Marshall
University of Sydney
Bob Hawke
Richard Nixon
Bretton Woods
New Right
Friderich A Hayek
policial economy
London School of Economics
Cambridge
Herbert Spencer
Adam Smith
market naturalism
laissez-faire
market freedom
Thatcherism
Margaret Thatcher
University of Chicago
Milton Friedman
John Hewson
Brendan Nelson
HECS
FEE-HELP
Backing Australia's Universities
John Dawkins
PELS
Alan Gilbert
University of Melbourne
Industries Commission
Canberra
anti-intellectualism
Institutional Research Grants
Linda Butler
Science Citation Index
Ivy League
Hobbesian
Issue Date: Apr-2004
Publisher: Australian Book Review
Citation: Marginson, Simon 2004. They Make A Desolation and They Call It F.A. Hayek: Australian Universities on the Brink of the Nelson Reforms. 'Australian Book Review', No 260, April, 28-35.
Series/Report no.: No. 260
Abstract: This essay explores the role of the economist F.A. Hayek on the reforms to Australian Higher Education. It argues that the Nelson reforms bring Australian cost levels and structures closer to those of the US.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/698
ISSN: 0155-2864
Appears in Collections:No 260 - April, 2004

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