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Sustainable management and the market. The politics of planning reform in New Zealand



Sustainable management and the market. The politics of planning reform in New Zealand



Land Use Policy 13(3): 197-211



The new resource management legislation in New Zealand has been portrayed by some observers as a 'progressive' reconciliation of market liberalism and the principle of sustainable development. This claim to progress is critically analysed.

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DOI: 10.1016/0264-8377(96)00001-4


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