National competition policy review (the Hilmer report) and its implications for the vocational education and training system

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Author: Selby Smith, Joy

Abstract:

This paper was prepared as a background for the information of all in the VET sector. It provides an insight into how competition policy may affect the sector. In particular, it examines the Hilmer Report on national competition policy (released in 1993) (indexed at TD/TNC 87.2365) and seeks to identify issues of importance for training markets, setting out points of strategic intervention that might be pursued to facilitate the development of more open and competitive markets, consistent with the principles of the proposed national competition policy.

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Skills and knowledge; Economics; Governance

Keywords: Skill development; Economic growth; Competition; Education and training system; Education and training reform; Training market

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia

Published: Brisbane, Queensland: ANTA, 1994

Physical description: 26 p.

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ISBN: 0642224625

Resource type: Paper

Rights: Copyright Australian National Training Authority reproduced by permission

Call number: TD/ANTA 82.16

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