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The Muldoon years : an essay on New Zealand's recent economic growth

Author: J D Gould
Publisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Hodder & Stoughton, 1985.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"Sir Robert Muldoon, to reverse the commonplace phrase, is out but not down. Public opinion polls suggest that a substantial portion of the electorate continues to see him -- and presumably his policies -- as the preferred alternative to the Labour government. Yet since Sir Robert fell from power the economic critics have had a field day, fashioning what Professor Gould calls a "doom and gloom" interpretation of New  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J D Gould
ISBN: 0340387971 9780340387979
OCLC Number: 15148010
Description: 87 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: New Zealand's economic performance in perspective --
Budget and debts --
The limits on growth: (A) the external constraint --
The limits on growth: (B) the domestic economy --
All our own fault? --
The new broom.
Responsibility: John Gould.

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"Sir Robert Muldoon, to reverse the commonplace phrase, is out but not down. Public opinion polls suggest that a substantial portion of the electorate continues to see him -- and presumably his policies -- as the preferred alternative to the Labour government. Yet since Sir Robert fell from power the economic critics have had a field day, fashioning what Professor Gould calls a "doom and gloom" interpretation of New Zealand's recent economic history and answering "all our own fault" to the question: where does responsibility for our economic difficulties lie? ... indispensable reading for everyone interested in the economics and politics of contemporary New Zealand."--Back cover.

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