1.What was the scandal, and why does it matter? -- 2. Governing the AWB -- 3. Privatising and compromising -- 4. The curious case of the wheatgrowers' club -- 5.Where to from here?
The significance of the AWB scandal extends well beyond its immediate political impact. It's lasting lessons go to the heart of how government and companies are run in Australia. In this book Stephen Bartos explores those lessons, and shows that reform will be needed to provide that this country is committed to accountability
Committees and inquiries
Conflict of interests
"Australia Inquiry into Certain Australian Companies in Relation to the UN Oil-For-Food Programme."