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Fri Mar 21 17:13:05 2014 UTClccn-n791320300.00Six somersaults a documentary about the the change and conflict of economist Helen Hughes /0.680.94Visible, invisible : Hughes, Lorenzini, Vicuña: tres fotógrafas durante la dictadura militar en Chile /50511453Helen_Hughesn 79132030361738363431Hughes, Helenlccn-n79043403World Bankedtlccn-n81012944Centre for Independent Studies (N.S.W.)lccn-n79131925Cody, John1942-edtlccn-n50077525You, Poh Senglccn-n79132013Wall, David1940-edtlccn-n88286640International Center for Economic Growthlccn-nb2013021941Hughes, Mark1957-lccn-n78016926Dorrance, Graeme S.lccn-n85353918Cole, Rodney V.lccn-n80144826Australian National UniversityDevelopment Studies CentreHughes, Helen1928-Conference proceedingsCase studiesHistoryIndustrializationDeveloping countriesEconomic policyCommercial policyIndustriesAustraliaCommerceEast AsiaIndustrial policyInvestments, ForeignSingaporeIron industry and tradeSteel industry and tradeForeign trade promotionEconomic historyEconomic developmentAboriginal Australians--Social conditionsTorres Strait Islanders--Social conditionsAboriginal Australians--Economic conditionsTorres Strait Islanders--Economic conditionsAsiaFijiOceaniaSocial policyEmigration and immigration--Social aspectsEmigration and immigration--Government policyAsylum, Right ofImmigrants--Government policyRefugees--Government policyRelationsUnemploymentYouth--EmploymentInternational economic relationsIndonesiaPapua New GuineaMineral industries--FinanceSoutheast AsiaExport subsidiesMineral investmentSocial historyInterior decorationHistoric buildings--Conservation and restorationFowler, John,Full employment policiesLabor marketExportsWomen photographersChileDocumentary photographyEconomists192820131933193719401946195619591961196219641965196719691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320144390203418338.9HF1410ocn000817290ocn301624137ocn490066581ocn180492113ocn265233211ocn772892195ocn493275111ocn707591675ocn871010570ocn760585696ocn839356175ocn839342870ocn866698482ocn8658359915835ocn000817290book19730.66Prospects for partnership; industrialization and trade policies in the 1970sConference proceedings53721ocn017983331book19880.70Hughes, HelenAchieving industrialization in East Asia+-+947608670547118ocn005750658book19790.73Cody, JohnPolicies for industrial progress in developing countries4437ocn000022923book19690.76Hughes, HelenForeign investment and industrialisation in Singapore27511ocn000236652book19640.76Hughes, HelenThe Australian iron and steel industry, 1848-1962History18514ocn025367546book19920.76The dangers of export pessimism : developing countries and industrial marketsCase studies1314ocn166531587book20070.31Hughes, HelenLands of shame : aboriginal and Torres Strait islander "homelands" in transition+-+2086789136324975ocn011970556book19850.86Hughes, HelenPolicy lessons of the development experience723ocn019660937book19880.73Cole, Rodney VThe Fiji economy, May 1987 : problems and prospects692ocn018997081book19860.86Removing constraints to economic and social development : a review of recent developments603ocn051168292book20020.35Hughes, HelenImmigrants, refugees and asylum seekers : a global view581ocn029013318book19850.47Hughes, HelenAustralia in a developing world542ocn032374658book19940.32Hughes, HelenAustralia's Asian challenge515ocn021881127book19860.76Herderschee, HanAid, investment, and trade within the Australian, Indonesian, and Papua New Guinean triangle501ocn036380899book19960.32Dorrance, Graeme SWorking youth : tackling Australian youth unemployment486ocn034025560book19740.93Hughes, HelenThe distribution of gains from foreign direct investment in mineral development451ocn027511674book19890.35AustraliaAustralian exports : performance, obstacles and issues of assistance381ocn049521823book20010.28Buckingham, JenniferState of the nation 2001 : a century of change372ocn061701288book20050.73John Fowler : the invention of the country-house styleConference proceedings+-+0409488236324332ocn037705468book19940.47Hughes, HelenAchieving full employment111ocn821263274book20120.94Visible, invisible : Hughes, Lorenzini, Vicuña: tres fotógrafas durante la dictadura militar en ChileHistoryExhibition catalogs81ocn014244886book19460.92UPTON, BernardThe mediumship of Helen HughesBiography62ocn221907664visu19950.47Helen Hughes economist, born Czechoslovakia, 1928BiographyInterviewsAn interview with Czech-born economist Helen Hughes in which she discusses her life and work in Australia41ocn222903547visu19960.47Helen Hughes economistInterviewsProfessor Helen Hughes, one of Australia's most respected economists, tells of her childhood in Czechoslovakia, her family's lucky escape from the Nazis, and her career as an economist. Hughes founded ANU's Centre for Development Studies and, since her retirement, has worked on policies for increasing employment31ocn277915876com2004Hughes, HelenSix somersaults a documentary about the the change and conflict of economist Helen HughesBiographyInterviewsInteractive biography of award-winning Australian economist and academic Helen Hughes. Born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, Helen Hughes migrated with her parents to Melbourne in 1939. She has had a long career, politcally moving from being a committed Marxist and member of the Communist Party to adopting a radical conservative poistion, working for the Centre for Independent Studies. In 1985 Hughes was made an Officer of the Order of Australia for service to international relations, particularly in the field of economics. In 2001 she was awarded the Centenary Medal, for service to economic policy, particularly poverty alleviation and economic development. The documentary is co-authored by her granddaughter and includes interviews with Paddy McGuinness, Greg Lindsay and Ian Hughes11ocn505784304visu20000.47Helen HughesEconomist Helen Hughes interviewed by Robin Hughes. Includes archival footage11ocn224457093visuPortrait of Helen Hughes as a child in bonnet and long mittens with a small posyPortraits11ocn224456739visuBilly Hughes with daughter Helen Hughes at Sydney Cricket GroundPortraits11ocn223273483visu1984Pryor, Geoff[Portrait of economist Helen Hughes]Portraits11ocn223997106visu1919Home once morePortraits"Mr W.M. Hughes is here seen at his home at Kew, Melbourne, with his wife and their little daughter and the Prime Minister's son William, who as a private, gained the Military Medal in France"--On negative below image11ocn223967284visu1915[Mary Hughes, (known as Helen) daughter of Dame Mary and William Morris Hughes, ca. 1915]Portraits11ocn222195904rcrd1997Hughes, HelenInterview with Professor Helen Hughes, economistInterviews11ocn858637220book20050.47Citations read on the occasion of the granting of honorary degrees by the Senate of the University of Victoria : 200511ocn224048535visu1925[William Morris Hughes, daughter Helen and unidentified boat passengers]Portraits+-+9476086705+-+9476086705Fri Mar 21 16:11:02 EDT 2014batch21742