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Hidesight: Policymaking shortcuts abandon principles

The latest fad to infest Wellington is “evidence-based” policy making.  It follows hard on the heels of “market failure,” “stakeholder consultation” and “Treaty principles.”

Fri, 04 Nov 2016

The latest fad to infest Wellington is “evidence-based” policy making.  It follows hard on the heels of “market failure,” “stakeholder consultation” and “Treaty principles.”

It’s a scam.  It’s designed to power up bureaucracy, disempower ministers and knock out the general public.

Of course,

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