Roger Douglas

7th Oct 19, 8:03am
Chris Trotter catches up with Roger Douglas and can't help comparing and contrasting his strong vision and transformational policies with the current government's lack of these
Chris Trotter catches up with Roger Douglas and can't help comparing and contrasting his strong vision and transformational policies with the current government's lack of these
7th Oct 19, 8:03am
9th Sep 19, 9:49am
Chris Trotter argues the causes and conditions are in place for the formation of a new mainstream political party in New Zealand but the chances of one emerging are 'vanishingly remote'
Chris Trotter argues the causes and conditions are in place for the formation of a new mainstream political party in New Zealand but the chances of one emerging are 'vanishingly remote'
9th Sep 19, 9:49am
26th Aug 19, 9:53am
Chris Trotter asks whether Jacinda Ardern’s government is a critical mass of talent, or a critical mess of failure
Chris Trotter asks whether Jacinda Ardern’s government is a critical mass of talent, or a critical mess of failure
26th Aug 19, 9:53am
21st Jun 19, 10:00am
Terry Baucher on the five most important tax-reforming finance ministers, Arthur Laffer, digital services tax, taxing marijuana and more
Terry Baucher on the five most important tax-reforming finance ministers, Arthur Laffer, digital services tax, taxing marijuana and more
21st Jun 19, 10:00am
23rd Apr 19, 8:37am
Chris Trotter doubts Jacinda Ardern and Grant Robertson will be losing much sleep over their left-wing critics' anger that no Capital Gains Tax will be implemented
Chris Trotter doubts Jacinda Ardern and Grant Robertson will be losing much sleep over their left-wing critics' anger that no Capital Gains Tax will be implemented
23rd Apr 19, 8:37am
27th May 17, 11:03am
by Guest
Geoffrey Palmer talks to RNZ about overturning the 'elected dictatorship' of Robert Muldoon, Rogernomics and finding being PM a 'nuisance'
Geoffrey Palmer talks to RNZ about overturning the 'elected dictatorship' of Robert Muldoon, Rogernomics and finding being PM a 'nuisance'
27th May 17, 11:03am
5th May 17, 10:19am
by Guest
Helen Clark talks to RNZ's Guyon Espiner about her nine years as PM as her govt moved to draw a line under Rogernomics, unleash new social reforms and rethink NZ's place in the world
Helen Clark talks to RNZ's Guyon Espiner about her nine years as PM as her govt moved to draw a line under Rogernomics, unleash new social reforms and rethink NZ's place in the world
5th May 17, 10:19am
27th Nov 16, 5:02am
Like any building with concrete cancer, trust in a big society-wide idea can seem very solid right up until the moment of collapse
Like any building with concrete cancer, trust in a big society-wide idea can seem very solid right up until the moment of collapse
27th Nov 16, 5:02am
2nd Jul 16, 10:07am
by Guest
Peter Neilson says it is time for central banks to phase out Quantitative Easing and super low interest rates and for the politicians to start leading again on economic policy
Peter Neilson says it is time for central banks to phase out Quantitative Easing and super low interest rates and for the politicians to start leading again on economic policy
2nd Jul 16, 10:07am
1st Apr 16, 10:03am
Matt Nolan takes a detailed look at the concept of a universal basic income
Matt Nolan takes a detailed look at the concept of a universal basic income
1st Apr 16, 10:03am
29th Mar 16, 9:28am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy thinks that a universal basic income could appeal to conservatives and liberals alike
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy thinks that a universal basic income could appeal to conservatives and liberals alike
29th Mar 16, 9:28am
14th Jul 14, 11:19am
Monday's Top 10: Labour's revolution 30 years on, Green NIMBYs, it's just not cricket at the Bank of England, Europe's debt wish, Dilbert and more
Monday's Top 10: Labour's revolution 30 years on, Green NIMBYs, it's just not cricket at the Bank of England, Europe's debt wish, Dilbert and more
14th Jul 14, 11:19am
23rd Mar 14, 8:00am
Bernard Hickey looks at how the generations before and after the Rogernomics and Ruthanasia revolutions of 1984-93 have fared in terms of poverty, home ownership and incomes
Bernard Hickey looks at how the generations before and after the Rogernomics and Ruthanasia revolutions of 1984-93 have fared in terms of poverty, home ownership and incomes
23rd Mar 14, 8:00am
28th Oct 11, 10:33am
Election explainer: New Zealand's minimum and youth wage rates, what's happened in the past, and why they are an election issue
Election explainer: New Zealand's minimum and youth wage rates, what's happened in the past, and why they are an election issue
28th Oct 11, 10:33am
23rd Sep 11, 10:21am
Alex's politico-economic blogroll: Why Cunliffe won't be the next Finance Minister (and Brash will); Nolan rips Greens' jobs policy to shreds, and what others think; NZ economically free; Cartoons
Alex's politico-economic blogroll: Why Cunliffe won't be the next Finance Minister (and Brash will); Nolan rips Greens' jobs policy to shreds, and what others think; NZ economically free; Cartoons
23rd Sep 11, 10:21am
24th Jul 11, 5:58pm
Election 2011 - Party Policies - Tax - Income Tax
Election 2011 - Party Policies - Tax - Income Tax
24th Jul 11, 5:58pm
24th Jul 11, 5:58pm
Election 2011 - Party Policies - Tax - GST
Election 2011 - Party Policies - Tax - GST
24th Jul 11, 5:58pm
24th Jul 11, 5:58pm
Election 2011 - Party Policies - Tax - Tariffs
Election 2011 - Party Policies - Tax - Tariffs
24th Jul 11, 5:58pm
24th Jul 11, 5:58pm
Election 2011 - Party Policies - Tax - KiwiSaver
Election 2011 - Party Policies - Tax - KiwiSaver
24th Jul 11, 5:58pm
24th Jul 11, 5:58pm
Election 2011 - Party Policies - Tax
Election 2011 - Party Policies - Tax
24th Jul 11, 5:58pm

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