One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
often treated as singular The economic and fiscal policies of the former New Zealand Minister of Finance Roger Douglas (born 1937), associated especially with the promotion of unrestricted free-market activity.‘a new wave of Rogernomics will lead to the privatization of Auckland assets’
- ‘I was a teenager at the time of Rogernomics.’
- ‘This is almost exactly what happened under Rogernomics.’
- ‘It appointed leaders who had served in ministerial roles during the Rogernomics era.’
- ‘She is trying to distance herself from Sir Roger, and from Rogernomics.’
- ‘We disagreed with the thrust of Rogernomics.’
- ‘Had you forgotten that you were right at the heart of Rogernomics?’
- ‘He certainly wasn't among the ranks of those who fought against Rogernomics.’
- ‘Twenty years on, what did Rogernomics really mean for New Zealand?’
- ‘In a previous interview, he suggested that this election is the end of Rogernomics.’
- ‘Maori unemployment is half the level it reached in the wake of Labour Rogernomics.’
1980s: a blend of Roger and economics, on the pattern of Reaganomics.
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