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Uses of savings, and investment behaviour in New Zealand / R.T. Clements
Bib ID 112586
Format BookBook
Author
Clements, R. T. (Robin T.)
 
Description Wellington, N.Z. : Reserve Bank of New Zealand, 1985 
38 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Research paper (Reserve Bank of New Zealand) ; no. 39.

Full contents
  • Uses of savings in New Zealand : implications for growth
  • Determinants of aggregate investment in New Zealand.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Saving and investment -- New Zealand.
Other authors/contributors Reserve Bank of New Zealand

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