New Zealand; Selected Issues

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International Monetary Fund;
(2006)
  • Subject: Economic conditions;Article IV consultations;Selected issues;New Zealand;capital stock, capita growth, explanatory variables, tax rate, terms of trade | Economic conditions;New Zealand;monetary policy, inflation targeting, international monetary fund, inflation, economic instability | Economic conditions;New Zealand;capital stock, capital accumulation, tfp, value added, cost of capital | External borrowing;Financial sector;Financial risk;Banks;Commercial credit;Corporate sector;Credit risk;Cross country analysis;Fiscal policy;Housing prices;Household credit;Selected issues;debt, capital inflows, interest, balance of payments, interest rates | Economic conditions;Article IV consultations;Selected issues;New Zealand;migration, labor, net migration, unemployment rate, labor market | Announcements;Performance criteria waivers;Performance criteria modifications;Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility;capital inflows, capital flows, external debt, current account, capital inflow | Economic conditions;Article IV consultations;Selected issues;New Zealand;business cycle, international monetary fund, exchange rate, interest, interest rates | Current account;Economic stabilization;Selected issues;New Zealand;Imports;import penetration, price of imports, export supply, international trade, import prices | Financial systems;Financial soundness indicators;Financial institutions;External debt;Exchange rates;Banking systems;Currencies;Selected issues;New Zealand;Investment;Foreign exchange;Tax systems;exchange rate, interest rate, interest rates, commodity prices
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This Selected Issues paper conducts a comparative analysis of the main determinants of GDP per capita growth in New Zealand and in other OECD countries to assess the relative importance of macroeconomic factors, institutional settings, and geographical location in New Z... View more
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