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Arbitrated minimum employment conditions and industry protections have always been important to the New Zealand "wage-earners' welfare state" (Castles 1996), so economic protectionism is a good place to start when considering social citizenship.
To assess whether New Zealand's experience of neoliberal reform led its citizens to make a clearer shift away from supporting economic protectionism and the welfare state than seen in Australia, the paper draws on the few regular data sources available: the New Zealand Election Study (NZES--Vowles et al.
We welcome the opportunity to challenge laws whose sole purpose is economic protectionism," said Judge Kenneth W.
Two wineries in California and Virginia, and three New York wine lovers, sued the New York State Liquor Authority, claiming the direct shipment ban was economic protectionism for local wineries and wholesalers.
Buchanan embraces not the free market, but its antithesis: economic protectionism, anti-immigration, populist hostility to big business, religion-inspired regulation.
The emergence of these New Multinationals is in some sense a tribute to the effectiveness of economic protectionism.
Why" is explained by health care futurist Jeff Goldsmith: "The twin propositions [in California] were transparent economic protectionism.
New Jersey where it found New Jersey's prohibition of solid waste from outside that state to amount to economic protectionism barred by the Commerce Clause.
China has for years been engaging in economic protectionism and a quiet economic war affecting all of its trading partners.
Support for Le Pen's populist National Front (FN) party, which advocates tighter immigration policies and economic protectionism, surged recently.
Hostility to immigration and economic protectionism, which is already visible, can be projected to increase.
Rockett (film studies, Trinity College Dublin) provides a thorough study, organizing the subject as follows: film distribution and exhibition, 1909-29; economic protectionism and foreign oligopoly, 1929-46; British and American film interests in Ireland after the Second World War; the emergence of Ward Anderson and the challenge from new distribution technologies; multiplexes; alternative exhibition; Irish Catholic film policies in the 1920s and 1930s; and establishing a Catholic-sanctioned film culture.