Economic Development Indicators 2011
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This report, together with previous reports, provides an objective, comprehensive and medium- to long-term picture of New Zealand’s economic performance using a broad range of relevant indicators. These include high-level outcomes, such as economic growth, and also the underlying factors, such as innovation and investment that drive growth.
The main purpose of the report is to inform economic policy and provide a basis for people to debate the direction of the New Zealand economy. The indicators also provide a valuable information base to monitor progress towards economic goals, and to measure New Zealand's performance over time and against other countries.
This report has been produced by the Ministry in conjunction with the Treasury and Statistics New Zealand. It updates and expands the three previous reports.
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Chapter 3 | Economic Development Indicators 2011: Composition of the New Zealand Economy [242 KB PDF]
Chapter 4 | Economic Development Indicators 2011: Underlying Determinants of Productivity – Firm and Market Performance [1 MB PDF]
Chapter 5 | Economic Development Indicators 2011: Underlying Determinants of Productivity Growth – Business Environment [1.6 MB PDF]
Chapter 6 | Economic Development Indicators 2011: New Zealand’s Economic Relationship with Australia and its States [240 KB PDF]
Chapter 7 | Economic Development Indicators 2011: Auckland – An Internationally Competitive City [445 KB PDF]
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