How Australia Compares

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Cambridge University Press, 27. tra 2004. - Broj stranica: 282
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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People
4
Government and Politics
19
Economy
42
Work and the Labour Force
67
Government Taxes and Spending
89
Health
98
Education
118
Inequality and Social Welfare
137
Media
182
Family
190
Gender
200
Lifestyles and Consumption
209
Crime and Social Problems
223
Religion Values and Attitudes
238
Sources and References
258
List of Tables
276

International Relations
154
Science and Technology
170

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