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- DescriptionEconomists have explored the effect of restrictive practices on markets, and legal scholars have examined the legislation, policies and institutions in specific cases. This work takes a historical approach and examines the occurrence of cartels and other restrictive practices in Australia, their resilience, and the attempts to constrain them.
- Author BiographyKerrie Round received a BA(Hons) and PhD in history from the University of Adelaide. She has lectured in Australian history and heritage at the University of Adelaide and Vanderbilt University, USA. She has written and edited books and articles on South Australian history and was managing editor of The Wakefield Companion to South Australian History. In 2007 she took up a research position in the Centre for Regulation and Market Analysis, School of Business, University of South Australia. With Professor Martin Shanahan and Professor David Round she explored the slow development of trade practices legislation in Australia. Martin Shanahan is Professor of Economic and Business History at the University of South Australia. A previous Butlin Prize winner, his research interests include national and international studies of cartel registers, income and wealth distribution and water markets. He was co-editor of the Australian Economic History Review for over a decade and is currently President of the Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand. He is on the editorial board of the international journal Business History.
- Author(s)Kerrie Round,Martin Shanahan
- PublisherFederation Press
- Date of Publication27/04/2015
- GenreEconomics: Professional & General
- Place of PublicationAnnandale, NSW
- Country of PublicationAustralia
- ImprintFederation Press
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