Economic Stabilisation Commission

The Economic Stabilisation Commission was set up in 1942. It operated as the 'command centre' for the economy until the end of World War II and was disbanded in 1949. (Source of information: Te Ara)

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Date: 1946-1948 From: Butler, Peter Michael, 1901-1995 : Papers Ref: 89-119-4/04C Description: Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Date: 1944-1945 From: Sutch, William Ball (Dr), 1907-1975 : Papers Ref: 85-185-03/02 Description: Includes cables to Sir Walter Nash, notes and papers, mainly about wages and prices Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Economic Stabilisation Commission
Date: [194-] From: Original photographic prints and postcards from the file print collection, Box 18 Ref: PAColl-7581-46 Description: Members of the Economic Stabilistation Commission, taken between 1942 and 1949 by an unidentified photographer Front row, from left: William Marshall, Bernar...
Date: 1951 From: New Zealand Parliamentary Library: Research papers Ref: MSY-8184 Description: Writer unidentified. Archives reference WA-II 21/59a Quantity: 1 volume(s). Physical Description: Bound volume, typescripts