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|Title: ||Inequality and Arbitration of Wages in Australia; an Historical Perspective|
|Authors: ||Gill, Flora|
|Issue Date: ||Dec-1983|
|Publisher: ||Department of Economics|
|Series/Report no.: ||70|
|Abstract: ||This paper evaluates the debate in the literature on the extent to which a concern for egalitarianism has been a feature of Australia's wage-fixing system during the current century. An alternative interpretation of the historical record is proposed, along with an alternative concept of egalitarianism. A new conclusion about the degree of concern for egalitarianism follows.|
|Type of Work: ||Working Paper|
|Appears in Collections:||Working Papers - Economics|
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