All public policies rest on an implicit view of human nature.Laws designed to change behaviour, for example, are based on a belief that incentives affect decisions.The views, opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this Working Paper are strictly those of the author(s).They do not necessarily reflect the views of the New Zealand Treasury.Different disciplines can have quite different views about how and why individuals and families behave they way they do.This leads to different ideas about when and how a policy intervention might be required.
The paper is presented not as policy, but to inform and stimulate wider debate.
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Policies related to the family are based upon ideas about why families exist and how they should be structured.
Similarly, policies related to sexual equality assume something about the human nature of males and females.
Understanding the theories of the family emanating from different disciplines can enrich policy analysis by identifying how and why behaviour can be influenced.