R&D spend main measure of success for Callaghan Innovation, Goldsmith says R&D spend main measure of success for Callaghan Innovation, Goldsmith says New Zealand’s 2017 budget included a $373 million increase in spending for science and innovation in a bid to help diversify the economy support more jobs and higher wages, including a $74.6 million boost for the Callaghan Innovation R&D grants. In response to questions from Labour’s research and innovation spokeswoman Megan Woods, Science and Innovation Minister Paul Goldsmith said, “The government’s aim has been to “find a way to encourage companies to invest,” he said adding there has been a 29 percent increase over the past two years in business investment in R&D. (This is all the information i have!)
State and explain the specific type of policy adopted by New Zealand with evidence and two limitations of the policy identified in the extract. What will happened to their aggregate demand, long-run aggregate supply, gross domestic product and general price level?