Inequality and prosperity and their impacts in a radical welfare state

Over the past forty years the economic fortunes of Australian households have fallen into two fairly distinct periods. Peter Whiteford explores the factors behind these trends as well as the impacts of growing prosperity and rising inequality on a range of social outcomes.

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