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by Ralph Lattimore,Shamubeel Eaqub

eBook The New Zealand Economy: An Introduction download ISBN: 1869404890
Author: Ralph Lattimore,Shamubeel Eaqub
Publisher: Auckland University Press (February 1, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 184
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Category: Work and Money
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by Ralph Lattimore (Author), Shamubeel Eaqub (Author). Simon Chapple, Social Policy Journal, on The New Zealand Macroeconomy.

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The New Zealand Economy. What drives economic growth in New Zealand? How have we been impacted by globalisation and the financial crisis? And what will shape our future productivity and competitiveness? In this book leading economists Ralph Lattimore and Shamubeel Eaqub bring together key data to provide a readable and analytical introduction to the contemporary New Zealand economy. Small and open, the New Zealand economy is frequently buffeted by changing international commodity prices and interest rates as well as shifts in domestic policy.

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Within NZ itself, there has been growing concern at the highest levels regarding the country's ability to translate entrepreneurial actions into innovations (Callaghan 2009;Frederick 2005;Lattimore and Eaqub 2011;OECD 2007;Oram 2007) and this con- cern has arisen on the basis of international compar- isons.

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The economy of New Zealand is a highly developed free-market economy. It is the 53rd-largest national economy in the world when measured by nominal gross domestic product (GDP) and the 68th-largest in the world when measured by purchasing power parity (PPP). New Zealand has one of the most globalised economies and depends greatly on international trade – mainly with Australia, the European Union, the United States, China, South Korea, Japan and Canada.

What drives economic growth in New Zealand? How has New Zealand been impacted by globalization and the financial crisis? What will shape future productivity and competitiveness? In this book, leading economists assemble key data to provide an analytical introduction to the contemporary New Zealand economy. Interpreting key economic indicators over time—gross domestic product and interest rates, population, employment and productivity levels, trade and investment, and government accounts—this examination focuses particularly on two issues: globalization and the rise of the Asian economies during the past 30 years, and the origins and continuing effects of the 2007–08 global financial crisis. Rich with local data and case studies, this is a clear and concise assessment of the current structure and performance of New Zealand’s economy from a historical and global perspective.