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October 2019 Michael Mintrom,
Last May, New Zealand passed its first “Wellbeing Budget.” The budget marked a possible watershed moment for policymakers and others who, as Michael Mintrom of Monash University in Australia explains, support “the idea that financial prosperity alone is not a sufficient measure of the quality of a nation’s life.” Mintrom’s article is one of three opinions in a Milbank Quarterly Policy Forum on the budget. More
October 2019 Ashley Bloomfield,
The New Zealand Government this year delivered a wellbeing budget focused on five priority areas—addressing mental health and addiction, improving… More
October 2019 Sandro Galea, Salma M. Abdalla,
The state of American health leaves much to be desired. Since 2015 there has been a consecutive three-year drop in life expectancy, last seen a… More
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