The Growth Syndrome - Economic Destitution

Wilson, Derek J.
November 2005
Future Times;2005, Vol. 4, p3
The article analyzes the views of politicians, business executives and economists on the concept of growth in economic well-being in New Zealand. It argues that this growth concept influenced the prevalence of mass poverty in the country. It discusses how the growth concept causes economic-related problems. It also cites various reports from newspapers and statements from politicians regarding economic growth.


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