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Ganesh Nana

Productivity Commission says NZ governments need to - ahead of time - build the assets and infrastructure that are required to prepare for and support a growing population
8th Nov 21, 7:33am
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Productivity Commission says NZ governments need to - ahead of time - build the assets and infrastructure that are required to prepare for and support a growing population
Productivity Commission outlines the issues it'll be tackling in its inquiry into how New Zealand's immigration settings should be designed over the next few decades
21st Jun 21, 5:47am
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Productivity Commission outlines the issues it'll be tackling in its inquiry into how New Zealand's immigration settings should be designed over the next few decades
Guy Trafford says unless the Government intends all of us to become beneficiaries its needs to do more than pay scant lip service to New Zealand’s future and focus on improving productivity
27th May 21, 11:54am
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Guy Trafford says unless the Government intends all of us to become beneficiaries its needs to do more than pay scant lip service to New Zealand’s future and focus on improving productivity
New Productivity Commission report shows New Zealanders work harder yet produce far less than workers in other OECD countries
27th May 21, 6:27am
by Guest
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New Productivity Commission report shows New Zealanders work harder yet produce far less than workers in other OECD countries
Guy Trafford notes that while farmers have achieved substantial productivity gains, the country as a whole hasn't as some Government policies and core SOEs undermine private sector improvements
16th Apr 21, 9:31am
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Guy Trafford notes that while farmers have achieved substantial productivity gains, the country as a whole hasn't as some Government policies and core SOEs undermine private sector improvements
How two academics and a former unionist teaming up with the Reserve Bank to set monetary policy will affect the economy
29th Mar 19, 9:20am
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How two academics and a former unionist teaming up with the Reserve Bank to set monetary policy will affect the economy
As the economy shifts down a gear, the Finance Minister has been talking up the ‘fiscal stimulus’ the Government has at its disposal, but what is ‘fiscal stimulus’ and how will it help the economy?
8th Aug 18, 1:48pm
by Jason Walls
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As the economy shifts down a gear, the Finance Minister has been talking up the ‘fiscal stimulus’ the Government has at its disposal, but what is ‘fiscal stimulus’ and how will it help the economy?
Winston Peters has joined Greens’ co-leader James Shaw in saying the Government might want to look at loosening its budgetary rules before the next election
23rd Jul 18, 5:06pm
by Jason Walls
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Winston Peters has joined Greens’ co-leader James Shaw in saying the Government might want to look at loosening its budgetary rules before the next election
National, Labour and the Greens want to reduce government debt. But is it the right time for political parties to be campaigning on tightening the government’s purse strings?
20th Sep 17, 9:11am
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National, Labour and the Greens want to reduce government debt. But is it the right time for political parties to be campaigning on tightening the government’s purse strings?
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
7th Sep 16, 10:45am
by Guest
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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
Ganesh Nana argues there needs to be a brake, and then a reversal, on central banks' expansion of power and influence with governments taking it back
26th Aug 16, 12:38pm
by Guest
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Ganesh Nana argues there needs to be a brake, and then a reversal, on central banks' expansion of power and influence with governments taking it back
BERL Chief Economist Ganesh Nana says RBNZ should allow OCR to fall towards 1.5% given weakness of inflationary pressures and demand in economy; sees NZ$ falling to high US50c mark
4th Aug 15, 1:45pm
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BERL Chief Economist Ganesh Nana says RBNZ should allow OCR to fall towards 1.5% given weakness of inflationary pressures and demand in economy; sees NZ$ falling to high US50c mark
BusinessDesk: Key urges 'grown-up conversation' on Christchurch asset sales - 'Mums and Dads do it every day'
21st May 12, 5:34pm
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BusinessDesk: Key urges 'grown-up conversation' on Christchurch asset sales - 'Mums and Dads do it every day'
BERL economist Ganesh Nana suggests government borrow from NZ mums and dads to finance new assets, rather than selling SOE shares
21st May 12, 12:11pm
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BERL economist Ganesh Nana suggests government borrow from NZ mums and dads to finance new assets, rather than selling SOE shares