Год издания: 2006
Количество страниц: 387
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Australian governments are continuously trying to formulate population policies that address issues related to population distribution, as well as immigration and fertility. As a nation they continue to seek out strategies to enhance non-metropolitan development. The Albury-Wodonga National Growth Centre Project began as one of the Whitlam Government's boldest ventures: to make the new city of Albury-Wodonga in the country so as to relieve the pressure on capital cities. This book explains what was involved in that venture--what went right and what went wrong. It relates a specific case study to shifts in the wider political and economic context and is fresh in perspective in reviewing the growth centre strategy from an actual site, rather than from government offices in Canberra, Sydney, or Melbourne. Bruce Pennay analyzes the ways the task of city-making was undertaken, focusing on key transition phases in the project. He traces the fortunes of the 30-year project through...