Federal conciliation and arbitration in Australia 1967-1981

Gerald Bennett Kitay
This thesis examines major developments in the determination of wages and conditions by the Australian Conciliation and Arbitration Commission between 1967 and 1981. A theoretical framework based on contemporary Marxist theories of the state is used to analyse changes in the Commission's decision-making strategies. It is argued that the Commission's activities are limited by the conditions of existence of different policy forms. These limits are explained in terms of the contradictions encountered by state apparatuses...
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