Originally published in 1964, this book presents a study of domestic capital formation in Australia from 1860 to 1900, a period of vigorous economic expansion. The text is divided into four main parts: the first discusses the conditions of Australian economic growth; the second is a historical analysis of private investment; the third studies investment in communications in relation to the public sector; the fourth investigates structural readjustment in the light of the end of expansion. Illustrative figures and numerous tables are also included. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Australian history and the development of the Australian economy.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
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Table of Contents
List of tables; List of text-figures and plates; Preface; Part I. Introduction: 1. The conditions of Australian economic growth; Part II. The Private Sector: 2. Investment in rural development; 3. Investment in urbanisation I: urbanisation and industrial development; 4. Investment in urbanisation II: the growth of residential real estate; Part III. The Public Sector: 5. Investment in communications; Part IV. Structural Readjustment: 6. The end of expansion; Appendix I. Revision of N.S.W. residential investment 1905/6-1911/12; Appendix II. Australian domestic product, investment and foreign borrowing, 1861-1938/9. Errata in estimates deflated gross private capital formation 1900/1-1938/9; Bibliography; Index.