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28 Sep 16, 6:36am
Pollsters Roy Morgan says National Party support is at its lowest level since before 2013 election; now behind potential Labour/ Greens Alliance
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26 Sep 16, 6:28pm
New Motu study finds spending on ‘intangibles’ fosters firm growth but doesn’t boost productivity
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24 Sep 16, 8:05am
Yao Yang calls for China's SOE's to be sold to the private sector, with its accumulated savings and new investment needs, to help clean up the country's excessive debt
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24 Sep 16, 6:02am
Julie Anne Genter says it's time for some good old fashioned auditing and policing of high net worth individuals' tax behaviour
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20 Sep 16, 4:36pm
New Zealand farmer confidence in the agricultural economy has risen for the second consecutive quarter and is now at its highest level since 2013, the latest Rabobank Rural Confidence Survey shows
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18 Sep 16, 7:13am
Deborah Russell says that for all its technical attributes that make our tax system a model widely admired, it is not serving the broader economy or society well
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18 Sep 16, 7:12am
The Morgan Foundation's Jess Berentson-Shaw looks in detail at the MBIE Child Poverty report to separate the trends and facts from the political claims made by others over it's data
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17 Sep 16, 6:02am
John Mauldin delves further into the problems he says were caused by the economic academic establishment & offers some solutions
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16 Sep 16, 10:59am
John Mauldin argues the economy is rigged and the bad guys are Nobel laureates, tenured professors and members of the economic academic establishment
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15 Sep 16, 9:04am
How to measure 'wellbeing'? New Motu research shows it's less about absolute income levels, much more about relative consumption levels
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13 Sep 16, 5:26pm
China may absorb all the increased beef that is planned to come to market by 2020 but the competition will still be intense, says Rabobank
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13 Sep 16, 12:22pm
ANZ's BlueNotes editor Andrew Cornell looks at the negativity of negative interest rates
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12 Sep 16, 5:02am
Cameron Preston weighs up how the government, insurance companies and homeowners have fared in the Canterbury rebuild boxing ring
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10 Sep 16, 9:18am
John Tookey reviews the impact of productivity and design in housing affordability, argues cost is not price
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9 Sep 16, 10:00am
The NZX's Mandy Simpson on the case for the RBNZ to issue digital currency, KiwiSaver fees, robots taking our jobs, blockchain being used for AML, cyber security and more
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8 Sep 16, 9:02am
Chang Ka Mun and Jaana Remes argue that Chinese urban consumers represent the future of the global economy
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7 Sep 16, 2:09pm
John Tookey says the only way to increase the total number of houses constructed on land made available is to compel its rapid development and use ahead of the free market
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7 Sep 16, 10:45am
Ganesh Nana calls for an explicit population policy into which immigration would be one component, one that focuses on long run issues. Short run surges and slumps are not helpful, he says
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2 Sep 16, 10:01am
Hayden Glass on the need to be nicer, hitting the polls, planning Auckland, owning your own, KiwiSaver, the future of journalism, sharp hunger pains and more
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1 Sep 16, 11:07am
Currency speculators think they have a no-lose situation in Japan. Koichi Hamada urges the Japanese authorities to intervene to stop the Yen from appreciating further despite some clear high costs of doing so
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