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Fiscal equalisation in education / Russell Mathews
Bib ID 940191
Format BookBook
Author
Mathews, R. L. (Russell Lloyd), 1921-2000
 
Description Canberra : Centre for Research on Federal Financial Relations, Australian National University : distributed by ANU Press, 1983 
x, 180 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0867843713
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 172-178.

Subjects Education and state -- Australia.  |  Intergovernmental fiscal relations -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Australian National University. Centre for Research on Federal Financial Relations

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