Keywords: Retirement & Savings; Social Policy;
Items with a substantial discussion on the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi marked *
Riches without Wealth (November 1979)
For Whom the Treaty Tolls (February 1990)*
The Green Maori (May 1990)*
The Maori Broadcasting Claim: A Pakeha Economist’s Perspective (September 1990)*
Evidence of Brian Easton with Respect to Te Oneroa-O-Tohe (March 1991)*
Tikanga and Te Oneroa-O-Tohe (May 1991)*
Te Whakapakari Paapori, Ohanga o Muriwhenua (June 1993)
Fishing and the Chatham Islands (September 1993)
The Maori Geothermal Claim: A Pakeha Economist’s Perspective (September 1993)*
The Maori Electoral Enrolment Option Campaign (February 1994)
Contract, Covenant, Compact: the Social Foundations of New Zealand Governance (April 1994)*
The Maori in the Labour Force (November 1994)
A Quiet Revolutionary: Eru Woodbine Pomare: 1942-1995 (February 1995)
A Data Base for Iwi (May 1995)
Divided Issues: The Myth of the Unified Maori (June 1995)
Working with the Maori: Consultancy, Research, Friendship (August 1995)
The Economic and Social Impact of the Raupatu (October 1995)*
Maori Melting Pot (November 1996)
Was There a Treaty of Waitangi: Was it a Social Contract? (April 1997)*
Notes for a Presentation on Maori Exporting (October 1998)
Closing the Gaps: Policy or Slogan? (November 2000)
Two Great Economists: Raymond Firth (1901-2002) & James Tobin (1918-2002) (January 2003)
Rightful Owners (August 2003)*
Closing the Credibility Gap: Why Act’s Race-based Welfare Statistics Are Worthless. (February 2004)
Public Policy and the Maori. (February 2004)
Public Policy and the Maori. (March 2004)
This consists items only in the public domain, and excludes other work for iwi and government agencies.
Of Pigs and People (January 1993) Development As Freedom: A Great Book by A Great Indian Economist (November 1999) Value Added: The Shift To A More Socially Responsible Economic Policy Is Also Supported by Public Opnion – With Real Political Implications (March 2000). For Better Or Worse (August 2000) Being and Doing (January 2002) Money…
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Keywords: Distributional Economics; Health; Statistics; Social Policy
This is a project by Suzie Ballatyne and myself based on the Household Survey, which enabled us to look at some of the relationships between health and economic status.
A preliminary account of the research program is
Economic Status and Health Status Project
Two papers which report some of the findings are
Validation and the Health and Household Economy Project
Who Goes to the Doctor?
The Green Maori (May 1990)
The Maori Broadcasting Claim: A Pakeha Economist’s Perspective (September 1990)
Evidence of Brian Easton with Respect to Te Oneroa-O-Tohe (March 1991)
Tikanga and Te Oneroa-O-Tohe (May 1991)
Fishing and the Chatham Islands (September 1993)
The Maori Geothermal Claim: A Pakeha Economist’s Perspective (September 1993)
The Political Economy of Fish (January 1997).
The Commercialisation of New Zealand Appendix to Chapter 2 (July 1997)
Tapping the Source: Should Water Rights Be Made Tradeable? (August 1997)
Is the RMA Sustainable?: the Politics of the Coase Theorem (July 1998)
The Ownership, Management, and Regulation of Water (And Wastewater) (July 1998)
Growth Rings (January 2000)
Postcard From Arabia (April 2000)
Future Directions for the Ministry for the Environment (August 2002)
Rhetoric and Iraq: Arab Brothers and Oil Sisters (October 2002)
Sequencing (December 1983)
Freeze and Thaw
Ssh …It’s the Big ‘‘D’’ (August 1984)
Confidentially Yours (August 1984)
Devaluation!: Five Turbulent Days in 1984 and Then … (July 1985)
Economic Liberalisation: Where Do People Fit In?
From Run to Float: the Making of the Rogernomics Exchange Rate Policy (September 1989)
Liberalization Sequencing: The New Zealand Case (December 1989)
Towards A Political Economy of New Zealand: the Tectonics of History (October 1994)
The Wild Bunch?: An Inquiry is Needed to Restore Treasury’s Integrity (August 1996)
The Great Diversification: Ch 9 of Globalization and a Welfare State (December 1997)
The State Steps In: Michael Bassett Makes A Case for Intervention. (August 1999)
Remaking New Zealand and Australian Economic Policy by Shaun Goldfinch (August 2001)
The Treasury and the Nationbuilding State (December 2001)
New Zealand’s Economic Performance This is an Index
Economic and Other Ideas Behind the New Zealand Reforms
For Whom the Deal Tolls (Of Dogma and Dealers) (August 1996)
The Economic Impact of the Employment Contracts Act (October 1997)
Microeconomic Reform: The New Zealand Experience (February 1998)
Some Macroeconomics of the Employment Contracts Act (November 1998)
View From Abroad: What Do We Know about Economic Growth? (May 1999)
The Model Economist: Bryan Philpott (1921-2000) (August 2000)
Comparison with Australia: New Zealand’s Post-war Economic Growth Performance (August 2002)
Waist Deep in the Big Muddy? (February 1991)
Friends in High Places: Rogernomic Policies Have Powerful Allies in Australia (April 1994)
Systemic Failure (December 1995)
Ignoring the Critics (February 1997)
A Permanent Revolution? (March 1997)
In the Dark: The State of Research Into the Economy is An Embarrassment (June 1997)
The New Zealand Experiment: A Model for World Structural Adjustment? (Review) (July 1997)
Out of Tune: Even the Officials Admit the Health Reforms Were Fatally Flawed. (December 1997)
Money for Jams: the Government Response to Roading Reforms is Commercialisation. (January 1998)
Reforms, Risks, and Rogernomics (March 1999)
The London Economist and the New Zealand Economy (December 2000)
Locked Out: of Free Press and Free Economics (May 2001)
A Surplus of Imitation (June 2001)
Government Spending and Growth Rates: A Methodological Debate (January-May 2002)
From Pavlova Paradise Revisited by Austin Mitchell (July 2002)
Manure and the Modern Economy: Has Economic Policy Hardly Changed? (September 2002)
From is This As Good As it Gets? (December 2002)
1999 and All That (January 2004)
Economics in Healthcare Sector (June 2000).
International Guidelines for Estimating the Costs of Substance Abuse (2 Ed) (August 2001).
Prostate Economics (February 1993).
The Social Costs of Tobacco Use and Alcohol Misuse (April 1997).
Up in Smoke, Down the Drain: How Tobacco and Alcohol Abuse Cost Us $39b (June 1997).
Who Should Be Treated? Interferon-ß for Multiple Sclerosis (June 1999).
Desperate for Funds: Treating Multiple Sclerosis Raises Questions (November 1999).
Estimating the Economic Costs of Alcohol Misuse (March 2000).
Pain and Health Economics (June 2001).
Injecting Drug Use and the Projected Costs of Hepatitis C (September 2002).
Well-health and the Future of the Pharmacist (August 2003).
The Analysis of Costs and Benefits of Gambling (September 2003).
Evaluating A Trans-Tasman Agency to Regulate Therapeutic Products (December 2003)
In Stormy Seas sets out the theory and context (November 1997)
This is not complete. Use the search facility. The list has only major references to the individuals named.
The Social Costs of Tobacco Use
Up in Smoke (March 1998)
The Social Costs of Tobacco Use and Alcohol Misuse (April 1997)
Up in Smoke, Down the Drain: How Tobacco Use and Alcohol Abuse Cost Us $39b (June 1997)
Economy of Substance: What We Can and Can’t Measure. (April 2001)
International Guidelines for Estimating the Costs of Substance Abuse: (2 ed) (August 2001)
The Regulation of Tobacco Use
Economic Instruments for the Regulation of Licit Drugs (November 1991)
The Economic Regulation of Tobacco Consumption in New Zealand (February 1998)
Eliminating the Tobacco Epidemic the New Zealand Experience (March 2000)
Social and History
The Gulf Between East and West (April 2000)
Celebrating Educational Achievement (November 2002)
Why Economists Dont Understand Education … but still try to run it (August 2002)
Education Factories (June 2002)
The Whimpering of the State: Policy after MMP Chapters 12,13 (1999)
The Commercialisation of New Zealand Chapters 12,13 (1997)
Science and Nationbuilding (May 2002)
The websites contains brief summaries of the following books, plus their contents. Links from chapters are to associated website items. The Commercialisation of New Zealand. In Stormy Seas: The Post-war New Zealand Economy The Whimpering of the State: Policy after MMP The Nationbuilders Globalisation and a Welfare State. (This was never published. Only about three…
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