|Title:||Mastering Risk: Environment, Markets and Politics in Australian Economic History|
|Format:||lrf mobi lrf lit|
|ePUB size:||1586 kb|
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|Publisher:||Oxford University Press (June 18, 1992)|
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com Product Description (ISBN 0195533518, Paperback). This work interprets Australia's economic experience as a process of mastering a constantly changing risk environment. It begins by focusing on the aboriginal experience and progresses through to current attitudes, institutions, and patterns of development-showing how they have been shaped by Australia's risk environment. Library descriptions.
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1 Colin White, Mastering Risks: Environment, Markets and Politics in Australian Economic History, is one of the few publications that has attempted to study risk in the context of national economic development. White examines the evolution of risk over the economic development of the Australian economy since the 1850s to the modern day. Brian Roberts All regions are exposed to risks but some regions have greater risk exposure than others. Events or activities perceived or known to be high risk, such as natural or man-made disasters, need to be monitored.
July 18, 2018 Colin M. White. environment, markets and politics in Australian economic history Author: Colin M. White Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA ISBN: . Category: Business & Economics Page: 326 View: 6564. Continue Reading →.
environment, markets and politics in Australian economic history. Author: Colin M. Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA. ISBN: . History shows that disasters are not simply random acts. Where is the logic in creating an elaborate set of fire codes for buildings, and then allowing structures like the Twin Towers-tall, impressive, and risky-to go up as design experiments? Why prepare for terrorist attacks above all else when floods, fires, and earthquakes pose far more consistent threats to American life and prosperity?
The economic history of Australia traces the economic history of Australia since European settlement in 1788. The European settlement of Australia began on 26 January 1788 at Port Jackson (modern Sydney, New South Wales), when the First Fleet arrived with more than 1,000 convicts, marines and a few free settlers, plus a vast quantity of stores to establish a penal colony in New South Wales