Paperback | English
A New Zealander’s guide to how our economy works … surprisingly
This book is written for those of you who want to have a clearer understanding of how the economy ticks along and what the Government’s function is. As the front cover indicates, the main players are producers, consumers, the bank, and Government. In NZ, producers and consumers essentially drive economic activity in a haphazard fashion. It’s the Government’s job to navigate around pitfalls and provide a rescue helicopter. The first part of the book explains the methods Government can use to navigate. The second part is about knowing when to cause a change in direction and by how much.