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New governor of the Reserve Bank, Don Brash

Don Brash was governor of the Reserve Bank from 1988 to 2002. In this news clip from early in Brash's tenure, he outlines what in his view are the economy's major challenges. He highlights the relationship between the supply of money (which is what the economic philosophy of monetarism is concerned with) and inflation.

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John Singleton, 'Reserve Bank - Central bank independence', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 28 January 2023)

Story by John Singleton, published 20 Jun 2012