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|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Deeks; Nick Perry
|Description:||246 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Contains: Introduction: business, government and interest group politics by John Deeks; National sovereignty, deregulation and the multinational: New Zealand in the 1980s by Nigel Haworth; Upside down or downside up? sectoral interests, structural change and public policy by Nick Perry; The unions and the government: the rise and fall of the Compact by Owen Harvey; New Zealand Steel and the Tainui Maori Trust Board by Garry Hanley; The Treaty of Waitangi and the fishing industry by Ranganui Walker; Employment Equity Act 1990; a case study in womens political influence, 1984-1990 by Margaret Wilson; Whos choking smoking? advertising, sponsorship and government regulation of the tobacco industry by John Deeks; Persuasion or coersion? enforcement strategies in occupational health and safety by Felicity Lamm; Electronic texts and retailing: the transformation of work in the finance sector by Terry Austrin; Mainstream or minority: ambiguities in state or market arrangements for New Zealand television by John Farnsworth; Business management and the professions: the changing nature of New Zealand legal practice by Michael Powell; Conclusion: on policing a dozen cases of disorderly conduct by Nick Perry.|
|Responsibility:||edited by John Deeks and Nick Perry.|