Oligopoly in Monopsony: The rise of Big Charity in Australia

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Published Proceedings of the 28th ANZAM Conference 3-5 December 2014 UTS Sydney, 2014
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Gains in voice and public leverage have mainly accrued to a group of large, multi-service, national social service organisations, a group we refer to as “Big Charity”. Big Charity appears to exert disproportionate influence on policy and its role in recent policy debates suggests sympathy with neoliberal policy framings.
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