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Immigration and the Australian Macroeconomy: Perspective and Prospective

  • P. N. Raja Junankar
  • David Pope
  • Glenn Withers

Abstract

Australia is a country whose shape has been profoundly influenced by international migration. It is also a country whose researchers have provided important insights into the nature of the migration process and its consequences.

Keywords

Current Account Aggregate Demand Immigration Policy Nominal Wage Current Account Deficit 
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  • P. N. Raja Junankar
  • David Pope
  • Glenn Withers

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