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The process of economic growth in New Zealand

Paul Conway () and Adrian Orr
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Adrian Orr: Reserve Bank of New Zealand

Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bulletin, 2000, vol. 63, No 1

Abstract: In this article, we outline a framework for thinking about economic growth and discuss New Zealand's recent growth experience within that context. We also discuss the role of price stability, which is seen largely as an important, although not sufficient, condition for enabling sustained economic growth.

Date: 2000
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