The changing role of the FIRB and the politics of foreign investment in Australia

David Hundt discusses the tensions between the liberal goal of maximising capital inflows and the statist one of ensuring that those inflows are in ‘the national interest’ and the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB), which has functioned as an ‘offstage’, pre-market regulator for capital inflows to Australia. 

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