Australia and the OECD

In this paper we describe the accession of Australia to the OECD, discussing
briefly some of the reasons for its reluctance to join the Organisation. We then
assess both the significance of the OECD for Australia and the contribution
Australia has made to the evolution of the Organisation, including its role in
budgetary reform in the past decade.
Journal: 
28
Authors: 
Aynsley Kellow
Peter Carroll
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