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by Brian Easton
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Publisher: Otago University Press (October 19, 1997)
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Easton, Brian H. In stormy seas: The post-war New Zealand economy.
In 2002 he was appointed to the New Zealand Prime Minister’s Growth and Innovation Advisory Board and, in 2005, he was made a Distinguished Fellow of the New Zealand Association of Economists . Easton, Brian H.
by Brian Easton (Author). Paperback, 1 Jan 1997. Paperback: 343 pages.
Looks at the debate about the New Zealand economy in the 20th century, and.
In Stormy Seas asks pertinent questions about some of our favourite natonal myths.
A detailed look at the New Zealand economy in the twentieth century, and in particular its course since World War II. This is not just a history but a 'narrative about a problem', defining, analysing and 'hopefully contributing to an understanding that will aid in its solutions'. In Stormy Seas asks pertinent questions about some of our favourite natonal myths. The initial chapters examine the ongoing debate about the New Zealand economy, looking at such factors as external impact and internal response, the business impact and internal response, the business cycle and growth, and problems of financing investment.
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Brian Easton (born 1943) is an economist from New Zealand. He has been economics columnist for the New Zealand Listener magazine for more than 34 years, giving him a high public profile nationally. Easton is known for his criticism of economic orthodoxy. YouTube Encyclopedic.
In stormy seas: the post-war New Zealand economy. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, 1997. Gould, J. D. The rake’s progress?: the New Zealand economy since 1945. Auckland: Hodder & Stoughton, 1982. Hawke, G. R. The making of New Zealand: an economic history. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. Tiritiria tēnei whārangi.
His recent books include Globalisation and the Wealth of Nations (Auckland University Press, 2007), The Commercialisation of New Zealand (AUP, 1997), In Stormy Seas: The Post-War New Zealand Economy (UOP, 1997), The Whimpering of the State: Policy after MMP (AUP, 1999).
His recent books include Globalisation and the Wealth of Nations (Auckland University Press, 2007), The Commercialisation of New Zealand (AUP, 1997), In Stormy Seas: The Post-War New Zealand Economy (UOP, 1997), The Whimpering of the State: Policy after MMP (AUP, 1999) and The Nationbuilders (AUP, 2001).
The Post-War New Zealand Economy. Published July 1996 by University of Otago Press.