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  • Impacts of a Potential Influenza Pandemic on New Zealand's Macroeconomy
  • Published: Mar 2006
  • Status: Current
  • Authors: Buckle, Bob (Robert) A; Douglas, James; Szeto, Kam Leong
  • Hard copy: Available in HTML and PDF formats only.
 

Impacts of a Potential Influenza Pandemic on New Zealand’s Macroeconomy

New Zealand Policy Perspectives Paper 06/03

Published: March 2006

Authors: James Douglas, Kam Szeto and Bob Buckle

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Summary

Motivation and Key Results

Background

Conceptual Framework

Assessing the Impact of a Pandemic in New Zealand

Other Large Shocks to New Zealand’s Economy

Other Studies of the Economic Impacts of Pandemics

Conclusions

References

tpp06-03.pdf (129 KB) pp. 28

Acknowledgements

We would like to thank John Ballingall, John Boyd, Melleny Black, Paul Carpinter, Jeremy Corban, Charlotte Denny, Tony Fenwick, Andrea Forde, Michele Lloyd, Michael Reddell, Jim Thomson and Peter Wilson for helpful discussions, comments and suggestions during the preparation of this paper.

Disclaimer

This document was commissioned by the New Zealand Treasury.  However, the views, opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in it are strictly those of the author(s), do not necessarily represent and should not be reported as those of the New Zealand Treasury.  The New Zealand Treasury takes no responsibility for any errors, omissions in, or for the correctness of, the information contained in this Paper.

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