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Regions in Changing Economic Environment
Gennadi Kazakevitch (all sections) and
Sharn Enzinger (section 3.1)
 
Gennadi Kazakevitch
Department of Economics
Monash University
Churchill, Victoria 3842
Tel: +61 3 9902 6700, Fax:+61 3 9902 6524
E-mail:Gennadi.Kazakevitch@BusEco.monash.edu.au
Sharn Enzinger
Centre For Policy Studies
Monash University
Clayton, Victoria 3168
Tel: +61 3 9905 2416
E-mail:Sharn.Enzinger@BusEco.monash.edu.au

Table of Contents
1.Introduction
2.Basic model
3.Microeconomic reform and/or large company's policy impact upon regions
3.1. Case study 2. Deregulation and privatisation of the electricity supply industry in the State of Victoria
3.1.1. Background
3.1.2. An empirical analysis of economical and social impact of industry restructuring upon the region
3.2. An approach to theoretical analysis
3.3. Conclusions
3.4. Bibliography
3.4.1. References
3.4.2. For further reading
4.Macroeconomic policy, fiscal federalism and regions
4.1. Case study 2. Proposed federal tax reform in Australia
4.1.1. Background. The federal taxation system in Australia
4.1.2. The Governmental proposal of taxation reform. Pro and contra arguments in the public debate
4.2. Regional impact of fiscal policy: An approach to empirical and theoretical analysis.
4.2.1.Some empirical estimates
4.2.2. An approach to analysis using the two-region/two-sector model
4.3 Conclusions
4.4 Bibliography
4.4.1. References
4.4.2. For further reading
Glossary

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