Knowledge and innovation for New Zealand: dynamic benefits of a two-stage wage strategy and its unlikely application

Lange, T. 2006. Knowledge and innovation for New Zealand: dynamic benefits of a two-stage wage strategy and its unlikely application. Policy Studies. 27 (1), pp. 71-85.

TitleKnowledge and innovation for New Zealand: dynamic benefits of a two-stage wage strategy and its unlikely application
AuthorsLange, T.
JournalPolicy Studies
Journal citation27 (1), pp. 71-85
ISSN0144-2872
YearMar 2006
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1080/01442870500499959
Publication dates
PublishedMar 2006

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