Small States in the Modern World
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Small States in the Modern World

Vulnerabilities and Opportunities

Edited by Harald Baldersheim and Michael Keating

Small States in the Modern World comprehensively assesses the different modes of adaptation by small states in response to the security and economic vulnerabilities posed by global change. It uses a diverse collection of case studies to explore the complexities of change and to place them in their temporal and geographical context.
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Chapter 10: The state that reinvented itself: New Zealand’s transition to the market competition state

Jeffrey McNeill

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10. The state that reinvented itself: New Zealand’s transition to the market competition state Jeffrey McNeill THE REINVENTED SMALL STATE New Zealand is a geographically isolated small state that has reinvented itself several times in its short h...

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