The Other Election: Implications of the Forthcoming Senate Election for Business and the Economy

02 September 2004

An objective analysis of the Greens’ publicly stated business and economic policies shows that they do not support the economic reform program of the past two decades, despite this program delivering Australia’s current economic prosperity.

Instead, the Greens favour policies built on protectionism, barriers to foreign investment, government intervention and high taxes.

The analysis focuses on the less well known policies of the Australian Greens as the economic and business policies of the Australian Democrats are largely known from their voting record and public comments on key pieces of legislation.

Download a copy of the analysis here.


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