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Inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes says RBNZ should target lower inflation and house prices, as the status quo has caused a 'wellbeing disaster'
20th Jul 21, 10:40am
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Inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes says RBNZ should target lower inflation and house prices, as the status quo has caused a 'wellbeing disaster'
Experts on NZIER's 'Shadow Board' are looking for signals from the Reserve Bank about ending its bond buying programme - as well as when interest rates may be raised
12th Jul 21, 12:21pm
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Experts on NZIER's 'Shadow Board' are looking for signals from the Reserve Bank about ending its bond buying programme - as well as when interest rates may be raised
Former RBNZ chairman Arthur Grimes says the Reserve Bank should tighten monetary policy gradually and continue this tightening till house prices return to 'a much more affordable level'
22nd Feb 21, 4:01pm
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Former RBNZ chairman Arthur Grimes says the Reserve Bank should tighten monetary policy gradually and continue this tightening till house prices return to 'a much more affordable level'
Former RBNZ Chairman Arthur Grimes warns of 'real danger' of the RBNZ destablising asset prices, as its employment target sees it go too far lowering interest rates
29th Oct 20, 9:32am
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Former RBNZ Chairman Arthur Grimes warns of 'real danger' of the RBNZ destablising asset prices, as its employment target sees it go too far lowering interest rates
Gareth Vaughan taps into the thoughts of MMT economist Steven Hail, ex-RBNZ assistant governor John McDermott, and ANZ's head of research Richard Yetsenga on monetary policy and other COVID era economic issues
25th Oct 20, 6:00am
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Gareth Vaughan taps into the thoughts of MMT economist Steven Hail, ex-RBNZ assistant governor John McDermott, and ANZ's head of research Richard Yetsenga on monetary policy and other COVID era economic issues
Motu research analysts on American healthcare, inequality and eating your greens, looking for signs of life on Venus, the climate clock is ticking and hydrogen the saviour of air travel
30th Sep 20, 11:18am
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Motu research analysts on American healthcare, inequality and eating your greens, looking for signs of life on Venus, the climate clock is ticking and hydrogen the saviour of air travel
Arthur Grimes wants to see clear accountabilities in place for achieving clearly defined wellbeing targets whoever leads the government after October's election
16th Sep 20, 9:39am
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Arthur Grimes wants to see clear accountabilities in place for achieving clearly defined wellbeing targets whoever leads the government after October's election
Motu research analysts on social networks for students' mental health, the songs that bind, self-interest vs. altruistic behaviour, what's in a name and more
4th Aug 20, 10:50am
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Motu research analysts on social networks for students' mental health, the songs that bind, self-interest vs. altruistic behaviour, what's in a name and more
Catherine Leining says even against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, we cannot afford to press 'pause' on climate action
20th May 20, 11:42am
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Catherine Leining says even against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, we cannot afford to press 'pause' on climate action
Motu and Victoria University's Arthur Grimes 'moderately optimistic' NZ & world economy will recover from COVID-19 economic downturn much faster than Great Depression, but is concerned about xenophobia
15th Apr 20, 12:54pm
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Motu and Victoria University's Arthur Grimes 'moderately optimistic' NZ & world economy will recover from COVID-19 economic downturn much faster than Great Depression, but is concerned about xenophobia
Motu researchers on bookshops keeping close from a distance, cows and their unique moos, the best pandemic books, the gift of Fitbit data and how civic technology can help stop the pandemic
27th Mar 20, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on bookshops keeping close from a distance, cows and their unique moos, the best pandemic books, the gift of Fitbit data and how civic technology can help stop the pandemic
Motu researchers on the implications of domestic food waste, using maths to improve espresso, how co-workers respond to employees taking parental leave, why certain scents are important to preserve, and are pop lyrics more repetitive now?
31st Jan 20, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on the implications of domestic food waste, using maths to improve espresso, how co-workers respond to employees taking parental leave, why certain scents are important to preserve, and are pop lyrics more repetitive now?
Motu researchers on rogue state USA, the use of antidepressants, gerrymandering in social networks, painting cows, and the history of philosophy in one graphic…
15th Nov 19, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on rogue state USA, the use of antidepressants, gerrymandering in social networks, painting cows, and the history of philosophy in one graphic…
The market is unusually divided about whether the RBNZ will cut interest rates or not in its next review this week - but either way a strong reaction can be expected
11th Nov 19, 11:28am
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The market is unusually divided about whether the RBNZ will cut interest rates or not in its next review this week - but either way a strong reaction can be expected
Motu researchers on super-cooled livers, climate change and health, infostorms and fake news, vampire brain cancers and lesser know consequences of global deforestation
20th Sep 19, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on super-cooled livers, climate change and health, infostorms and fake news, vampire brain cancers and lesser know consequences of global deforestation
NZIER's 'shadow board' of experts commenting on the Official Cash Rate is throwing up increasing doubts about the effectiveness of continuing to push interest rates down
6th Aug 19, 8:57am
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NZIER's 'shadow board' of experts commenting on the Official Cash Rate is throwing up increasing doubts about the effectiveness of continuing to push interest rates down
New research finds the composition of migrants has no influence on house prices, but New Zealanders moving tends to push prices up more
31st Jul 19, 10:41am
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New research finds the composition of migrants has no influence on house prices, but New Zealanders moving tends to push prices up more
Motu researchers on a forest-eating coalmine, cheating on exams, scootering drunk or stoned, treating cannabis addiction, and the best sort of team for initiating new ideas…
19th Jul 19, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on a forest-eating coalmine, cheating on exams, scootering drunk or stoned, treating cannabis addiction, and the best sort of team for initiating new ideas…
Motu Policy Fellow Catherine Leining says the Zero Carbon Bill would put in place a process to resolve the hard climate change issues facing all sectors and give businesses and investors the certainty they need to invest in transformation
24th Jun 19, 2:20pm
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Motu Policy Fellow Catherine Leining says the Zero Carbon Bill would put in place a process to resolve the hard climate change issues facing all sectors and give businesses and investors the certainty they need to invest in transformation
Former RBNZ chairman Arthur Grimes suggests the central bank might want to consider reversing the interest rate cut it made a month ago
24th Jun 19, 11:43am
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Former RBNZ chairman Arthur Grimes suggests the central bank might want to consider reversing the interest rate cut it made a month ago
Wellbeing expert and former RBNZ Chair Arthur Grimes: The Government was right not to flag more borrowing in the Budget, but Treasury's approach towards wellbeing is too complex and difficult to measure 
5th Jun 19, 1:05pm
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Wellbeing expert and former RBNZ Chair Arthur Grimes: The Government was right not to flag more borrowing in the Budget, but Treasury's approach towards wellbeing is too complex and difficult to measure 
Stephen Forbes takes a look at what the Government has achieved and where it's heading after 18 months in office
9th May 19, 10:29am
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Stephen Forbes takes a look at what the Government has achieved and where it's heading after 18 months in office
Motu researchers on air pollution, free public transport, pre-trial inmates, soccer players’ contracts and learning what phylogeny means in fairy stories
8th Feb 19, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on air pollution, free public transport, pre-trial inmates, soccer players’ contracts and learning what phylogeny means in fairy stories
The Labour-Greens confidence & supply agreement promotes 'progressive' housing ownership models. So will the Government roll out a shared equity scheme?
23rd Jan 19, 4:12pm
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The Labour-Greens confidence & supply agreement promotes 'progressive' housing ownership models. So will the Government roll out a shared equity scheme?
Motu researchers on the history of wellbeing, robot ethics, whether the left or right hand should pay tax, the 1918 flu epidemic, prestige and value for money, the effect of cash transfers, protecting large carnivores, and the expansion of the culture war
16th Nov 18, 10:18am
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Motu researchers on the history of wellbeing, robot ethics, whether the left or right hand should pay tax, the 1918 flu epidemic, prestige and value for money, the effect of cash transfers, protecting large carnivores, and the expansion of the culture war