Australian settlement

The Australian settlement is a technical term in Australian history and sociology for a complex of 20th century political and social practices that limited the nature of Australian capitalism. While this conceptual model is influential in the analysis of Australian capitalism, some theorists including Humphrey McQueen have questioned its relevance.[1]

The Australian settlement is normally considered to be the combination of:[2]


  1. ^ Humphrey McQueen, "Tariffs, Arbitration and price-fixing – class struggle or intra-capitalist settlement?" Australian Financial Review, 2 November 2007 , pp. 6–8. reprinted by the Author at this website
  2. ^ Kevin Andrews, "Back to the Future" Australian Polity, 1:3 online
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