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Rolling back the State : privatisation of power in Aotearoa/New Zealand / Jane Kelsey.

By: Kelsey, Jane.
Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Bridget Williams Books, 1993Description: 391 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0908912420; 9780908912421.Subject(s): Privatization -- New Zealand | Government business enterprises -- New Zealand | Government corporations -- New Zealand | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Politics and government | Conservatism -- New Zealand | Kāwanatanga | Tōrangapū | New Zealand -- Economic policy | New Zealand -- Economic conditions -- 1984- | New Zealand -- Politics and government -- 1984-DDC classification: 338.993 LOC classification: JQ5811 | .K45 1993
Contents:
pt. 1. Rolling Back the State. 1. Setting the Liberal Agenda. 2. State-Owned Enterprise. 3. Selling the Family Silver. 4. An Entrepreneurial Public Service. 5. Dismantling the Welfare State. 6. 'Freeing' the Labour Market. 7. Globalisation of the Economy -- pt. 2. Democracy in Crisis. 8. Power Shift. 9. The Disintegration of Party Politics. 10. The Demise of Electoral Democracy. 11. The Erosion of Parliamentary Democracy. 12. Neutralising the Watchdogs -- pt. 3. The Courts' Dilemma. 13. Judicial Activism. 14. Judicial Restraint. 15. Constitutional Crisis. 16. Privatised Justice -- pt. 4. The Treaty Contradiction. 17. Treaty Politics. 18. Maori and the Market. 19. Settling Treaty Grievances. 20. Mainstreaming Maori Affairs. 21. Colonial Justice and the Treaty -- pt. 5. The State of the Future. 22. The Rise of the 'New Right'. 23. The Enemies Within. 24. The Surveillance Society. 25. Law and Order. 26. Whose Pain? 27. Future Directions.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 365-385) and index.

pt. 1. Rolling Back the State. 1. Setting the Liberal Agenda. 2. State-Owned Enterprise. 3. Selling the Family Silver. 4. An Entrepreneurial Public Service. 5. Dismantling the Welfare State. 6. 'Freeing' the Labour Market. 7. Globalisation of the Economy -- pt. 2. Democracy in Crisis. 8. Power Shift. 9. The Disintegration of Party Politics. 10. The Demise of Electoral Democracy. 11. The Erosion of Parliamentary Democracy. 12. Neutralising the Watchdogs -- pt. 3. The Courts' Dilemma. 13. Judicial Activism. 14. Judicial Restraint. 15. Constitutional Crisis. 16. Privatised Justice -- pt. 4. The Treaty Contradiction. 17. Treaty Politics. 18. Maori and the Market. 19. Settling Treaty Grievances. 20. Mainstreaming Maori Affairs. 21. Colonial Justice and the Treaty -- pt. 5. The State of the Future. 22. The Rise of the 'New Right'. 23. The Enemies Within. 24. The Surveillance Society. 25. Law and Order. 26. Whose Pain? 27. Future Directions.

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