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This issue of Policy Quarterly traverses a range of contemporary policy issues including the governance of Auckland, climate change, financial incentives to work, the investment approach to funding social assistance, regulatory design and stewardship, water management, special education, the implications of uncertainty for policy practice,...
This issue of Policy Quarterly features two symposia, the first dealing with New Zealand’s regulatory system and the second that discussed the NZ Constitutional Advisory Panel report’s recommendations including amending the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990.
The system for assuring high quality...
Editorial: Population ageing is one of the most significant issues facing New Zealand in the coming decades. Its implications are crucial for government and all policy-making bodies. It will affect individuals, households, communities, businesses and voluntary organisations. An understanding of how ageing relates to other...