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Foundation for Economic Growth,
P.O. Box 10-282,
Wellington, N.Z.
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The Foundation for Economic Growth is a group of like-minded individuals who have decided to act rather than accept New Zealand's continuing poor economic performance. The Foundation is not affiliated with any political party. Add Your Comments Here.

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Most recent update: Jul 3rd, 2017 - 15:54:31

Our Economy : Is growth good?
Our Challenge - Explaining why we need growth.

Here is part of a speech by John Whitehead, Secretary of Treasury, to Christchurch manufacturers. He talked about the growth question in New Zealand and also included this discussion about our attitude to growth. If we want growth we will get it but if we don't want growth, because we don't understand all the implications, then we won't get growth. An interesting perspective which points out our main task. Explaining to the citizens of New Zealand that growth is good and we ought to be demanding it from our leaders.

The full speech is at http://www.treasury.govt.nz/speeches/canterbury/.


Jul 2, 2004, 10:38

Our Economy : Is growth good?
Growth is Good for the Poor

One of the problems we have in determining policies to help all our citizens is that we have been indoctrinated or perhaps just misinformed to believe many things which are not true when examined in the light of all the evidence.

It is time to examine the evidence and think logically as this will unfold the truth and the truth will set us free to enhance more lives than heretofore possible.


May 8, 2004, 13:54























































Creating Wealth and Keeping it

The New book by Phil Scott, President of the Foundation for Economic Growth.

"This book is good, damn good and no statistics!" Lindsay Gordon, MA, MSC, PHD.

Every serious economics student should have a copy and read this ground-breaking foundation of clear economic thinking. Real Economics explains how human actions shape our world and why so much seems to be going wrong for Western economies. This book will bring enlightenment for the general reader who will see why a few very wealthy are becoming exceedingly rich and the middle classes are on the road to serfdom.

See more: www.realeconomics.co.nz