How Australia Compares (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
294
Utgivningsdatum
2004-04-01
Förlag
Cambridge University Press
Medarbetare
Gittins, Ross
Illustratör/Fotograf
unspecified 394 Tables
Illustrationer
394tabs.
Dimensioner
254 x 174 x 25 mm
Vikt
764 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780521835787
How Australia Compares (inbunden)

How Australia Compares

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How Australia Compares is a handy reference that compares Australia with 17 other developed democracies on a wide range of social, economic and political dimensions. Whenever possible, it gives not only snapshot comparisons from the present, but charts trends over recent decades or even longer. Its scope is encyclopaedic, offering comparative data on as many aspects of social life as possible, from taxation to traffic accidents, homicide rates to health expenditure, and international trade to internet usage. It uses a highly accessible format, devoting a double-page spread to each topic, with tables on one page and a clear explanation and analysis on the facing page. In each discussion the focus is to put the Australian experience into international perspective, drawing out the implications for its performance, policies and prospects.
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'... highly valuable as a desktop reference, useful for a quick check of Australia's relative ranking in relation to most issues related to public policy.' Public Administration Today

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1. People; 2. Government and politics; 3. Economy; 4. Work and the labour force; 5. Government taxes and spending; 6. Health; 7. Education; 8. Inequality and social welfare; 9. International relations; 10. Environment; 11. Science and technology; 12. Telecommunications and computing; 13. Media; 14. Family; 15. Gender; 16. Lifestyles, consumption and leisure; 17. Crime and social problems; 18. Religion, values and attitudes.