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This thesis examines how remuneration packages have been implemented and developed in regional councils in New Zealand. Three research questions were investigated: How regional councils' remuneration systems have evolved, the purposes of the remuneration systems, and how successful these systems have been. The examination was conducted through an e-mail and fax-back survey questionnaire sent to all twelve regional councils in New Zealand, with a response rate of 75% being achieved. Threedoi:10.26021/5418 fatcat:zy6nzkr3ljh63f2y3bqtxoz2ce