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|Title: ||Citation Analysis of Publications on the Australian Tariff Debate|
|Authors: ||Towe, J.B.|
|Issue Date: ||Aug-1993|
|Publisher: ||Department of Economics|
|Series/Report no.: ||188|
|Abstract: ||Australia went from a highly protected trade regime (in the late 1960s-early 1970s) to a somewhat lower one (in the early 1990s). At the time of the Victorian Willis by-election in April, 1992, the Australian news media claimed that the tariff debate was already won by 'free-traders' and, that the two major political parties were committed to tariff reducing policies. They would 'ultimately levy' an effective rate from zero to 5%. Who were the economists taking part in the debate and what were their contributions? This paper employs citation analysis as a tool to explore and follow the development of the tariff debate during the post-war period. It distinguishes the main participants in the debate and their contributions.|
|Type of Work: ||Working Paper|
|Appears in Collections:||Working Papers - Economics|
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