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|Title: ||Guarding the Oeufs. "Allan Fels: A Portrait of Power" by Fred Brenchley. [review]|
|Authors: ||Clark, Philip|
|Issue Date: ||Oct-2003|
|Publisher: ||Australian Book Review|
|Citation: ||Clark, Philip 2003. Guarding the Oeufs. Review of "Allan Fels: A Portrait of Power" by Fred Brenchley. 'Australian Book Review', No 255, October, 24-25.|
|Series/Report no.: ||No 255|
|Abstract: ||Assuming the chair of a business regulatory authority might not be thought of as an ideal path to media stardom, but Allan Fels showed otherwise. Fels is easily Australia’s best-known cartel buster and the scourge of price-fixing business and anti-competitive behaviour generally.
Brenchley clearly admires Fels and what he has achieved. The book demonstrates that there is much to admire. It is an admirable chapter in the history of Australia’s economic life.|
|Appears in Collections:||No 255 - October, 2003|
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