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Authors: Darnell M
Date: 2006
Subject: Economic History
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: pes:4251
Description: The ability to easily access cheap finance is one, if not the, most pressing determinants of a person's ability to achieve some degree of economic and even social independence. This is most significan ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Darnell M
Date: 2005
Subject: Economic History
Language: en
Type of item: conference publication
Identifier: pes:2436
Description: Deregulation of Australia's financial system has dramatically changed the face of our financial system. One of the most notable impacts is that long established forms of co-operative finance and self- ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Darnell M
Date: 2004
Subject: Economic History
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: pes:1512
Description: The dominant image of the Chinese in colonial Australia pertains to their activities as gold diggers. Their role as shepherds and labourers in the service of the pastoral industry is less appreciated. ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Darnell M
Date: 2001
Subject: Economic History
Language: en
Type of item: book chapter
Identifier: vtls008634521
Description: In such laudatory terms was the colonial squattocracy described and extolled. It was argued that in their position the squatters were 'entitled to the respect and sympathy from all classes' and fully ... show more
Authors: Darnell M
Date: 2001
Language: en
Type of item: book chapter
Identifier: vtls008669330
Description: The nineteenth century witnessed the mass movement of thousands of Chinese nationals under contract to areas of high labour demand. A very small part of this movement was to the colony of New South Wa ... show more
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