Document Type

Journal Article

Publication Date

1990

Keywords

Garnaut Report, Economics

DOI

10.1080/03147539008712635

Abstract

The Gaunaut Report analyses the process of economic change in Northeast Asia and assesses the implication of this on Australia. It is an important report because of what it says, when it is said, and how it is said. Its findings are neither new nor surprising for those who have been studying Northeast Asian economic development and Australia-Asia relations. But they are nevertheless important findings and presented as they are now and in a report to the Prime Minister and the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade by someone who was the former's trusted chief economic adviser and the latter's effective representative in China, the findings are more likely to be heard, debated widely and acted upon...

Source Publication

Asian Studies Association of Australia. Review

Volume Number

13

Issue Number

3

ISSN

1035-7823

First Page

49

Last Page

54