New Zealand’s place in the world: the implications of COVID-19

by John Allen, Sir Peter Gluckman, Anne Bardsley and Hema Sridhar

The third discussion paper in Koi Tū’s The Future is Now Conversations Series, titled New Zealand’s place in the world: the implications of COVID-19, discusses how New Zealand can leverage its high international standing and hopefully COVID-19-free status for economic and diplomatic advantage.

The insights from this paper have been informed by two focus groups comprising experts in domestic and international trade, diplomacy, and strategy.

Download the discussion paper here

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Other papers in the Conversation Series:

1st paper: The Future Is Now: Implications of COVID-19 for New Zealand (17 April 2020)
2nd paper: He Oranga Hou: Social cohesion in a post-COVID world (4 May 2020)
4th paper: The Environment is Now (29 May 2020)
5th paper: Protecting and Promoting Mental Wellbeing: Beyond COVID-19 (12 June 2020)
6th paper: The Future of Food & The Primary Sector: The Journey to Sustainability (17 June 2020)
7th paper: New Zealand’s Economic Future: COVID-19 as a Catalyst for Innovation (6 November 2020)

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