Don was Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand for almost 14 years, from September 1988 to April 2002.
Towards the end of 1989, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act 1989 was passed into law, with effect from early 1990. That legislation –
This page sets out the main speeches from Don's time as Governor of the Reserve Bank.
Speech to the 31st Foreign Policy School at the University of Otago in Dunedin argues the merits of foreign investment
A description of New Zealandâ€™s internationally unique approach to banking supervision to the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation in London
The Fifth Hayek Memorial Lecture at the Institute of Economic Affairs in London describes the post-1984 economic reforms and discusses their relevance to Hayek
Speech to the Auckland Manufacturers' Association rejects the notion that the Reserve Bank should be abolished
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