Policy-making requires more than market mechanisms for implementation. That recognition should also be made with great caution, because the Government’s attempt over the last 20 years to incorporate as many social activities as possible into the market by redefining them as commodities, has made much of what really matters to us invisible. SOCIAL Statistics and SOCIAL activities need to be seen in their full context of relationships.
- Citation: Peet, K. (1999). “Social Statistics – Issues and impact from a community perspective” at Te Tari Tatou (Statistics New Zealand) Conference, TOWARDS THE FUTURE, 21-22 June 1999
- Creator: Katherine Peet
- Language: English
- Publisher: Not published
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