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Matt Nolan

Matt Nolan on 10 ways we can look at the New Zealand job and labour markets
21st Aug 15, 10:04am
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Matt Nolan on 10 ways we can look at the New Zealand job and labour markets
Matt Nolan takes a look at the Top 10 things that have improved since the turn of the millennium
10th Jul 15, 10:58am
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Matt Nolan takes a look at the Top 10 things that have improved since the turn of the millennium
Matt Nolan takes a look at the drivers of New Zealand growth over the next year
23rd Jan 15, 11:24am
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Matt Nolan takes a look at the drivers of New Zealand growth over the next year
Matt Nolan takes a look at income inequality in NZ, including why it is there
21st Nov 14, 10:30am
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Matt Nolan takes a look at income inequality in NZ, including why it is there
Matt Nolan sifts through three political parties' policies to try and help him decide who to vote for
12th Sep 14, 10:00am
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Matt Nolan sifts through three political parties' policies to try and help him decide who to vote for
Matt Nolan explores the hidden costs of our GDP, and 'happiness machine' obsessions
8th Oct 13, 10:28am
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Matt Nolan explores the hidden costs of our GDP, and 'happiness machine' obsessions
Matt Nolan explores the factors that result in why some co-ordination projects work and why some don't
1st Oct 13, 11:36am
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Matt Nolan explores the factors that result in why some co-ordination projects work and why some don't
Matt Nolan says our small size and export reliance on homogenous goods actually makes us resilient to global economic shocks
17th Sep 13, 10:30am
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Matt Nolan says our small size and export reliance on homogenous goods actually makes us resilient to global economic shocks
Matt Nolan takes a final look at tax and explores 'monetary financing', and ramping up the inflation rate as a form of taxation
3rd Sep 13, 10:29am
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Matt Nolan takes a final look at tax and explores 'monetary financing', and ramping up the inflation rate as a form of taxation
Matt Nolan scrutinises taxes targeted at social behaviours, separates 'excessive' and 'patently ridiculous' from where efficient correction can occur
14th Aug 13, 10:02am
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Matt Nolan scrutinises taxes targeted at social behaviours, separates 'excessive' and 'patently ridiculous' from where efficient correction can occur
Matt Nolan looks at how fairness and redistribution work in the way taxes are designed and who actually pays after the resulting 'incentive' shifts
6th Aug 13, 9:50am
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Matt Nolan looks at how fairness and redistribution work in the way taxes are designed and who actually pays after the resulting 'incentive' shifts
Matt Nolan takes a close look at fairness and points to equality of opportunity rather than eliminating inequality as a better goal
23rd Jul 13, 9:39am
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Matt Nolan takes a close look at fairness and points to equality of opportunity rather than eliminating inequality as a better goal
Matt Nolan says anyone pushing bans of the sale of property to non-residents just doesn’t understand the ‘problem’
9th Jul 13, 1:18pm
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Matt Nolan says anyone pushing bans of the sale of property to non-residents just doesn’t understand the ‘problem’
Matt Nolan looks at how taxes on consumption and capital income work, and how they differ from income taxes
25th Jun 13, 10:49am
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Matt Nolan looks at how taxes on consumption and capital income work, and how they differ from income taxes
Matt Nolan says its not the RBNZ's job to pop housing bubbles - that's the government's 'fiscal' role
14th Jun 13, 2:50pm
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Matt Nolan says its not the RBNZ's job to pop housing bubbles - that's the government's 'fiscal' role
Matt Nolan looks at why we have income taxes, their benefits and the problems with efficiency and 'deadweight losses'
11th Jun 13, 10:14am
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Matt Nolan looks at why we have income taxes, their benefits and the problems with efficiency and 'deadweight losses'
Matt Nolan has seven reasons he disagrees with Lowell Manning on housing affordability
5th Jun 13, 9:05am
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Matt Nolan has seven reasons he disagrees with Lowell Manning on housing affordability
Matt Nolan looks at tax systems and how we can focus on fairness while keeping them efficient
28th May 13, 10:36am
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Matt Nolan looks at tax systems and how we can focus on fairness while keeping them efficient
Matt Nolan explores how tax distorts behaviour and who ends up bearing the actual cost of a tax
14th May 13, 1:41pm
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Matt Nolan explores how tax distorts behaviour and who ends up bearing the actual cost of a tax
Matt Nolan explores what tax is and the trade-offs involved with different ways of taxing
30th Apr 13, 12:08pm
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Matt Nolan explores what tax is and the trade-offs involved with different ways of taxing
Matt Nolan says that current account deficits are not bad in themselves, but the stock of debt needs to grow more slowly than the stock of assets
16th Apr 13, 12:36pm
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Matt Nolan says that current account deficits are not bad in themselves, but the stock of debt needs to grow more slowly than the stock of assets
Matt Nolan looks how a deposit levy can help get the 'incentives' right for savers, bank shareholders, management, and taxpayers to avoid banks going bad
2nd Apr 13, 11:14am
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Matt Nolan looks how a deposit levy can help get the 'incentives' right for savers, bank shareholders, management, and taxpayers to avoid banks going bad
Matt Nolan looks at the winners and losers from property and bond 'bubbles' and assesses whether foreign investment actually benefits New Zealand. Your view?
19th Mar 13, 10:35am
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Matt Nolan looks at the winners and losers from property and bond 'bubbles' and assesses whether foreign investment actually benefits New Zealand. Your view?
Matt Nolan looks at unemployment and calls for policies that help match employees skills to employers requirements in a positive way. Your view?
6th Mar 13, 9:26am
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Matt Nolan looks at unemployment and calls for policies that help match employees skills to employers requirements in a positive way. Your view?
Matt Nolan explains that exchange rates are a symptom not a cause of our economic situation. He lists six possible reasons it is high and likely to stay there. Your view?
26th Feb 13, 12:12pm
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Matt Nolan explains that exchange rates are a symptom not a cause of our economic situation. He lists six possible reasons it is high and likely to stay there. Your view?