Infometrics

7th Oct 14, 3:02pm
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Shaun Twaddle wants to see employers focus their efforts on supporting the third of school leavers who don’t enter the tertiary education system work-ready and into meaningful employment
Shaun Twaddle wants to see employers focus their efforts on supporting the third of school leavers who don’t enter the tertiary education system work-ready and into meaningful employment
7th Oct 14, 3:02pm
1st Oct 14, 9:30am
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Nigel Pinkerton would prefer not to argue with his pantry. He sees the 'internet of things' developing rapidly, changing the way we allocate our time and effort
Nigel Pinkerton would prefer not to argue with his pantry. He sees the 'internet of things' developing rapidly, changing the way we allocate our time and effort
1st Oct 14, 9:30am
11th Sep 14, 11:34am
Dave Grimmond looks at the different approaches to education policy by the two main parties. The Opposition wants more-of-the-same, while the Incumbent wants change
Dave Grimmond looks at the different approaches to education policy by the two main parties. The Opposition wants more-of-the-same, while the Incumbent wants change
11th Sep 14, 11:34am
9th Sep 14, 12:20pm
Benje Patterson wants to see the evidence of regional airfare price gouging - especially as Jetstar can't foot it with Air New Zealand in these markets
Benje Patterson wants to see the evidence of regional airfare price gouging - especially as Jetstar can't foot it with Air New Zealand in these markets
9th Sep 14, 12:20pm
27th Aug 14, 2:58pm
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Colin Lynch of Statistics NZ responds to some recent criticism of their work with population projection ranges
Colin Lynch of Statistics NZ responds to some recent criticism of their work with population projection ranges
27th Aug 14, 2:58pm
26th Aug 14, 10:42am
Andrew Whiteford outlines the problems with official population projections in New Zealand and how they miss the changing economic fortunes of our regions
Andrew Whiteford outlines the problems with official population projections in New Zealand and how they miss the changing economic fortunes of our regions
26th Aug 14, 10:42am
13th Aug 14, 10:26am
Mieke Welvaert shows that families who receive social assistance get little from a rise in the minimum wage, would probably lose jobs, and get pushed further towards the bottom
Mieke Welvaert shows that families who receive social assistance get little from a rise in the minimum wage, would probably lose jobs, and get pushed further towards the bottom
13th Aug 14, 10:26am
4th Aug 14, 10:30am
Monday's Top 10: Matt Nolan on the top 10 misconceptions about economists, Dilbert & more
Monday's Top 10: Matt Nolan on the top 10 misconceptions about economists, Dilbert & more
4th Aug 14, 10:30am
29th Jul 14, 2:47pm
Any attempts to herd people, or investment funds, where they would not go by themselves are only likely to delay the inevitable says Gareth Kiernan
Any attempts to herd people, or investment funds, where they would not go by themselves are only likely to delay the inevitable says Gareth Kiernan
29th Jul 14, 2:47pm
15th Jul 14, 11:46am
Dave Grimmond says we should not only choose parties and people at election time, but vote on our policy preferences as well
Dave Grimmond says we should not only choose parties and people at election time, but vote on our policy preferences as well
15th Jul 14, 11:46am
1st Jul 14, 11:11am
Let structural change in the provinces play out says Benje Patterson. This is the best way for the whole country to build flexible competitiveness he says
Let structural change in the provinces play out says Benje Patterson. This is the best way for the whole country to build flexible competitiveness he says
1st Jul 14, 11:11am
17th Jun 14, 9:20am
Mieke Welvaert thinks unintended consequences of the RBNZ's LVR policy could involve borrower self regulation and lender wariness of new regulatory restrictions
Mieke Welvaert thinks unintended consequences of the RBNZ's LVR policy could involve borrower self regulation and lender wariness of new regulatory restrictions
17th Jun 14, 9:20am
4th Jun 14, 9:56am
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Nigel Pinkerton says making KiwiSaver compulsory is a step too far; many committed savers don't need it, many low income people will face unfair deductions
Nigel Pinkerton says making KiwiSaver compulsory is a step too far; many committed savers don't need it, many low income people will face unfair deductions
4th Jun 14, 9:56am
20th May 14, 4:00pm
Dave Grimmond looks at why the gender pay gap persists and sees decisions being made in households rather than the workplace as explaining much of this
Dave Grimmond looks at why the gender pay gap persists and sees decisions being made in households rather than the workplace as explaining much of this
20th May 14, 4:00pm
6th May 14, 5:12pm
Gareth Kiernan critiques the reasoning behind the new Labour Party VSR policy - he has ten reasons why he is not a fan
Gareth Kiernan critiques the reasoning behind the new Labour Party VSR policy - he has ten reasons why he is not a fan
6th May 14, 5:12pm
8th Apr 14, 2:50pm
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Mieke Welvaert takes a look at whether tertiary study will pay off for her, and whether it is an investment or consumption good
Mieke Welvaert takes a look at whether tertiary study will pay off for her, and whether it is an investment or consumption good
8th Apr 14, 2:50pm
7th Apr 14, 5:15pm
Economic forecaster Infometrics picks 14% house price inflation in 2015-16
Economic forecaster Infometrics picks 14% house price inflation in 2015-16
7th Apr 14, 5:15pm
25th Mar 14, 10:45am
Dave Grimmond wonders why one of the best banking reform ideas isn't even being debated; he suspects entrenched interests and innate conservatism
Dave Grimmond wonders why one of the best banking reform ideas isn't even being debated; he suspects entrenched interests and innate conservatism
25th Mar 14, 10:45am
18th Feb 14, 2:54pm
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Mieke Welvaert explains how Cuba pays for its oil imports and the measures it needs to take to make the system work
Mieke Welvaert explains how Cuba pays for its oil imports and the measures it needs to take to make the system work
18th Feb 14, 2:54pm
4th Feb 14, 12:33pm
Gareth Kiernan says says Labour's Best Start policy is poorly thought through, poorly targeted, and unlikely to effectively solve the perceived problems
Gareth Kiernan says says Labour's Best Start policy is poorly thought through, poorly targeted, and unlikely to effectively solve the perceived problems
4th Feb 14, 12:33pm
23rd Jan 14, 10:51am
Dave Grimmond says the RBNZ should send a strong signal it is resolved to prevent a rise in inflation; official inertia would see the benefits of low inflation unravel
Dave Grimmond says the RBNZ should send a strong signal it is resolved to prevent a rise in inflation; official inertia would see the benefits of low inflation unravel
23rd Jan 14, 10:51am
17th Dec 13, 10:05am
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Mieke Welvaert explains while 'cash' may be economically efficient and eliminate waste, thoughful gifts give much more in satisfaction than the cost implies
Mieke Welvaert explains while 'cash' may be economically efficient and eliminate waste, thoughful gifts give much more in satisfaction than the cost implies
17th Dec 13, 10:05am
6th Dec 13, 11:34am
Gareth Kiernan says economic growth will continue to strengthen beyond the end of next year - without a debt-fueled binge
Gareth Kiernan says economic growth will continue to strengthen beyond the end of next year - without a debt-fueled binge
6th Dec 13, 11:34am
5th Nov 13, 11:43am
Dave Grimmond thinks the RBNZ LVR policy may move from being a no-brainer to being a big gamble, and could become an almighty headache
Dave Grimmond thinks the RBNZ LVR policy may move from being a no-brainer to being a big gamble, and could become an almighty headache
5th Nov 13, 11:43am
29th Oct 13, 10:53am
Benje Patterson explains why some people are better off each year using premium credit cards than if they had chosen to pay in cash
Benje Patterson explains why some people are better off each year using premium credit cards than if they had chosen to pay in cash
29th Oct 13, 10:53am

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