NZIER

20 May 18, 6:54am
The Government's commitment to establishing a non-partisan fiscal costings body is the right move - you only need to revisit the $11.7b fiscal hole saga to see why, says Jason Walls
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1 May 18, 2:58pm
The scale of New Zealand’s infrastructure deficit is 'massive' and can't be fixed without billions of dollars of private capital – Jason Walls takes a look at how the Government plans to woo investors
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14 Apr 18, 10:31am
Why we'd all be better off being more welcoming to migrants' elderly parents and improving the quality of education offered to international students
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10 Apr 18, 10:33am
Businesses remain pessimistic about the economy with cost pressures intensifying, according to NZIER
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21 Mar 18, 11:59am
How future governments' policies and spending priorities will be shaped by both wellbeing and GDP being factored into their decision-making
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7 Mar 18, 11:58am
Companies, lobby groups and individuals have been having their say on the Government’s Overseas Investment Amendment Bill. The vibe? Negative
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16 Feb 18, 12:33pm
PM Jacinda Ardern challenges view that Labour-led governments hamper business; Says she wants perception to meet reality
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16 Jan 18, 10:42am
NZIER business opinion survey shows the usual fall in confidence after a Labour-led government takes office, effect of election on actual business activity muted
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1 Nov 17, 1:06pm
NZIER economists urge inclusion of nominal GDP growth in the upcoming review of the Reserve Bank Act
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16 Sep 17, 6:02am
Jenée Tibshraeny teases out an economic theory for why migration policy should be driven by well-being not GDP growth
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13 Jul 17, 11:19am
John Ballingall says the inherent vice of globalisation is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of isolationism is the equal sharing of miseries
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12 Jul 17, 9:18am
John Ballingall says trade gives households more choice and makes budgets go further. It drives jobs and productivity, even if it does challenge uncompetitive industries
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11 Jul 17, 9:00am
Trade is getting a bad rap but the concerns relate to other matters, other countries. New Zealand households benefit greatly from liberalised trade says John Ballingall, and the story needs champions
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23 Jun 17, 12:06pm
NZIER's Derek Gill argues poverty is the problem in New Zealand, not income inequality, and this limits social mobility
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6 Jun 17, 7:47am
Brian Fallow looks at spending by our most recent two governments in real per capita terms and finds stark differences
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26 May 17, 10:02am
What Budget 2017 spending promises look like when adjusted for inflation and population growth; Defence, education, health, welfare and law & order to fall; Super costs to rise through 2021
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4 Apr 17, 1:31pm
Construction firms in position to raise prices as they hit capacity buffers with skilled labour shortages showing no signs of letting up, NZIER survey shows
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21 Mar 17, 3:28pm
Inflationary risks are rising, but NZIER Shadow Board agrees the Reserve Bank should hold fire before raising interest rates 
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13 Mar 17, 12:19pm
NZIER's latest consensus forecasts show that high building construction and funding costs are expected to see annual growth in residential construction investment to fall from 13.9% to 0.4% in 2020
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2 Mar 17, 4:10pm
Mortgage rates to keep rising as OCR remains on hold, NZIER says; House prices may not fall far as population growth boosts demand and supply struggles to keep pace
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