Approaches to well-being policy and practice:New Zealand initiatives in comparative perspective
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 2019, vol. 41, issue 3, 181-186
In May 2019, the New Zealand Minister of Finance presented the worldâ€™s first well-being budget. In response, this discussion considers how the government is approaching the implementation of a well-being policy, including its roles in relation to those of local governments. Its approach is compared with international thinking about the role of communities, including emerging practice in Wales as a result of the enactment of well-being legislation.
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