Restructuring - the New Zealand experience from an Australian perspective
New Zealand's program of economic and public sector restructuring since 1984 is assessed in comparison with that of the Australian Commonwealth government. New Zealand's reputation as more radical in its approach to restructuring is confirmed, though with a number of qualifications, including the observation that its approach to public sector reform has been more evolutionary and pragmatic than sometimes depicted. The reasons for New Zealand's former radicalism are partly economic and...[Show more]
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