Professor Jonathan Boston discusses the importance of long term planning and governing to ensure a desirable future in the 9th of the Economy of Enough webinar series.
He also discussed the many obstacles associated with the way we think and short term political cycles. Most importantly, Johanthan outlines many examples and policy options that would significantly improve governing for the future in New Zealand.
Jonathan is a Professor of Public Policy in the School of Government at Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington. He has written extensively on public management, the welfare state, child poverty, climate change policy, tertiary education funding, and comparative government.
This is the ninth in the Economics of Enough webinar series. It was live on xx May 2021.
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