The New Zealand Macroeconomy: Striving for Sustainable Growth with Equity
This is an indispensable source book for anyone with an interest in New Zealand's economic performance and reforms at the end of the twentieth century or its policy debates at the beginning of the twenty-first. It is an ideal companion to the introductory economics texts as it demonstrates the relevance and application of macroeconomics in the New Zealand context.
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New Zealands economic performance 196084
The economic reforms and their legacy
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