Regional economic development in the context of the changing New Zealand economy
The purpose of this discussion paper is to give some ideas of the changes in the New Zealand economy which have been occurring, and are likely to continue in the future, and to relate these to the theme of regional economic development of the Nelson area. The paper deals with the topic under the following headings: The Changing New Zealand Economy, Requirements for National Economic Growth, The Definition of Regional Economic Growth, Broad Implications for the Nelson Region of the National Economic Trends, A Regional Development Policy.
KeywordsNew Zealand; Nelson; economic conditions; economic aspects; economic development; economic policy; regional economic development; economic model
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