Public policy in Australia and New Zealand: The new global context
Australia and New Zealand have shared in the current wave of interest in globalisation. Indeed, it may well be that some of the dimensions of globalisation are more pressing for nation-states like Australia and New Zealand. Both nations have relatively small economies and neither fits particularly easily into trans-national, regionally based groupings of nation-states that offer one way for smaller economies to adjust to global change. Yet where once the thrust of policy was to shut out...[Show more]
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