New Zealand's Radical Reforms
Observer 205, April/May 1997
In a little over a decade the New Zealand economy, once characterised by a high degree of interventionism, has been radically transformed. There has been a dramatic improvement in economic performance in recent years. The New Zealand experience offers a rich array of ideas for other countries re-examining their own economic and social arrangements, although the transferability of these ideas will depend on the ability of these countries to adapt them to their own social and political context.
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