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23 Jan 17, 2:01pm
ACT Leader David Seymour says urban planning laws must change for housing affordability to be improved, advocates sharing central government revenue with councils
21 Jan 17, 4:20pm
Financial consulting firm compares what has happened to American leadership with strongman rulers in emerging economies. It sees opportunities, and higher uncertainties
20 Jan 17, 11:27am
Gareth Morgan's Opportunities Party says we must protect and enhance our natural environment both because we love it, and because it makes good business sense 
19 Jan 17, 11:58am
Matthew Paetz, Auckland planning manager of The Property Group, calls for a US-style solution to Auckland's housing woes
18 Jan 17, 10:04am
Recent free trade agreement with Korea is driving renewed interest there in our dairy products, and development of new products here for that market
17 Jan 17, 10:15am
Business confidence ended 2016 on a high, NZIER says, with pricing indicators pointing to an increase in inflation 
15 Jan 17, 9:58am
With technology generating products at unbeatably low costs, and the gains accruing to very few, oddly voters are attracted political slogans suspicious of regulation. The status quo is getting dangerous
15 Jan 17, 7:44am
Maciej Kisilowski shows how disruption came to politics through an illiberal coalition of the working class and social reactionaries, in some places more viable than the social progressives
14 Jan 17, 12:01pm
The challenge is to try to keep short term political quick-fixes from doing predictable long term damage, and ensure that monetary and fiscal policies work together effectively
14 Jan 17, 10:07am
Minxin Pei shows that the 'core leader' of China faces some steadfast internal political resistance, the risk of a real-estate market crash, and the corrosion of capital flight
14 Jan 17, 8:40am
Fathom Consulting shows how the relentless rise in the median age in Japan is now weighing heavily on young women and men entering adulthood today
12 Jan 17, 9:51am
Westpac looks at how the NZ dollar will respond to new risk profiles for US interest rates and the US dollar, and how the greenback fares against other majors
11 Jan 17, 11:04am
Donald Trump's popularity in China has plummeted after statements on contentious issues. The abrupt change in the way the US projects its power may now involve "throwing a few elbows" by both leaders, says Jeffrey Wasserstom
10 Jan 17, 6:26pm
Despite the speed of rising dairy prices in 2016, Rabobank sees more to come as supply is constrained in many countries. But affordability may also become an issue for consumers
8 Jan 17, 10:18am
Social investment is the new Prime Minister’s signature policy and represents an internationally unique way of thinking about, designing and implementing social policy, says NZIER
6 Jan 17, 10:46am
Steven Pinker on the Second Law of Thermodynamics. Matter doesn’t spontaneously arrange itself. What needs to be explained is order, not disorder
6 Jan 17, 10:15am
With corporate funding of research, “there’s no scientist who comes out of this unscathed." Is science's collaboration with industry a Faustian bargain?
4 Jan 17, 9:25am
With US President-elect Donald Trump’s help, the “Chinese Century” may arrive sooner than anyone expected. By openly engaging with Taiwan, pointlessly pillorying China, and dismantling the TPP, Trump is simultaneously provoking and empowering China
4 Jan 17, 8:44am
Adan Alter says attention needs not only to be focused on the pattern of data, but how much data you have as well
3 Jan 17, 9:02am
Zhang Jun shows it is not easy being a Chinese company, with surcharges and taxes hobbling profitability, encouraging avoidance, and incentivising moves offshore. Inefficient SOEs impose large extra costs too
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