Economic growth

15th Oct 19, 10:14am
by Guest
Zhang Jun argues that unleasing the private sector's full potential is the key to ensuring 30 more years of growth in China
Zhang Jun argues that unleasing the private sector's full potential is the key to ensuring 30 more years of growth in China
15th Oct 19, 10:14am
5th Oct 19, 9:34am
The NZ Initative's Eric Crampton argues China's economic reforms of 1978 and 1979 should be celebrated instead of the 70th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party’s takeover
The NZ Initative's Eric Crampton argues China's economic reforms of 1978 and 1979 should be celebrated instead of the 70th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party’s takeover
5th Oct 19, 9:34am
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19th Sep 19, 11:02am
Kiwibank economists say monetary policy is proving ineffective without fiscal support and we need 'strong, wise and expansive fiscal policy'
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Kiwibank economists say monetary policy is proving ineffective without fiscal support and we need 'strong, wise and expansive fiscal policy'
19th Sep 19, 11:02am
18th Sep 19, 5:00am
BlackRock Australia’s David Griffith says with central banks running out of ammunition, it might be time to think outside the square
BlackRock Australia’s David Griffith says with central banks running out of ammunition, it might be time to think outside the square
18th Sep 19, 5:00am
16th Sep 19, 12:54pm
New Gross Domestic Product figures out this week expected to show quarterly growth of around 0.5% and annual growth of a little over 2%; such figures would be in line with RBNZ expectations
New Gross Domestic Product figures out this week expected to show quarterly growth of around 0.5% and annual growth of a little over 2%; such figures would be in line with RBNZ expectations
16th Sep 19, 12:54pm
14th Sep 19, 9:32am
ANZ Banking Group chief economist Richard Yetsenga says questions should be asked as to whether central banks' inflation targets remain relevant
ANZ Banking Group chief economist Richard Yetsenga says questions should be asked as to whether central banks' inflation targets remain relevant
14th Sep 19, 9:32am
2nd Sep 19, 1:22pm
Things get heated as wellbeing professor and inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes and Doughnut Economics author Kate Raworth debate whether growth is good
Things get heated as wellbeing professor and inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes and Doughnut Economics author Kate Raworth debate whether growth is good
2nd Sep 19, 1:22pm
28th Aug 19, 7:01pm
NZIER principal economist Christina Leung says the New Zealand economy is in good shape to weather a global slowdown
NZIER principal economist Christina Leung says the New Zealand economy is in good shape to weather a global slowdown
28th Aug 19, 7:01pm
27th Aug 19, 4:56pm
S&P global chief economist Paul Gruenwald says major economies are still performing okay despite the US-China trade war fuelling anxiety
S&P global chief economist Paul Gruenwald says major economies are still performing okay despite the US-China trade war fuelling anxiety
27th Aug 19, 4:56pm
19th Aug 19, 9:50am
RBNZ modelling finds the economy's response to OCR changes has been relatively stable over the last 12 years; It doesn't have reason to believe this will change looking ahead
RBNZ modelling finds the economy's response to OCR changes has been relatively stable over the last 12 years; It doesn't have reason to believe this will change looking ahead
19th Aug 19, 9:50am
17th Aug 19, 9:49am
by Guest
As more workers have fallen behind, the idea that principles of equitable, broadly shared growth and meritocracy will drive an economy ceases to be reality, says Alexander Friedman. He declares the American Dream dead; but a new one can emerge
As more workers have fallen behind, the idea that principles of equitable, broadly shared growth and meritocracy will drive an economy ceases to be reality, says Alexander Friedman. He declares the American Dream dead; but a new one can emerge
17th Aug 19, 9:49am
14th Aug 19, 10:34am
by Guest
Many crucial questions about economic progress remain unanswered and others have not yet been properly posed, Diane Coyle argues, despite work on the impact of new technologies, the economics of innovation, and the quality of management
Many crucial questions about economic progress remain unanswered and others have not yet been properly posed, Diane Coyle argues, despite work on the impact of new technologies, the economics of innovation, and the quality of management
14th Aug 19, 10:34am
3rd Jul 19, 7:33am
Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker unveils government plan to boost productivity including ideas borrowed from Singapore. National offers alternative plan
Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker unveils government plan to boost productivity including ideas borrowed from Singapore. National offers alternative plan
3rd Jul 19, 7:33am
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20th Jun 19, 10:52am
GDP growth steady at 0.6% in March quarter off the back of higher construction activity; Figures over-shoot Reserve Bank forecasts
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GDP growth steady at 0.6% in March quarter off the back of higher construction activity; Figures over-shoot Reserve Bank forecasts
20th Jun 19, 10:52am
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19th Jun 19, 12:15pm
Finance Minister Grant Robertson admits lack of faith in Treasury's immigration projections; Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf a no-show at Budget briefing
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson admits lack of faith in Treasury's immigration projections; Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf a no-show at Budget briefing
19th Jun 19, 12:15pm
17th Jun 19, 2:53pm
Economic growth expected to have slowed in March quarter; RBNZ's forecasts slightly weaker than most bank economists'; Growth expected to be largely driven by construction
Economic growth expected to have slowed in March quarter; RBNZ's forecasts slightly weaker than most bank economists'; Growth expected to be largely driven by construction
17th Jun 19, 2:53pm
6th Jun 19, 10:20am
by Guest
Relatively strong US growth amid sluggishness elsewhere is not what economics expects. But persistently low interest rates and weak inflation brings multiple benefits to American firms and consumers
Relatively strong US growth amid sluggishness elsewhere is not what economics expects. But persistently low interest rates and weak inflation brings multiple benefits to American firms and consumers
6th Jun 19, 10:20am
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16th Apr 19, 12:41pm
Pressure on Robertson to borrow more to stimulate the economy mounts, as debt gets cheaper, the effectiveness of interest rate cuts diminishes, and credit rating agencies remain happy
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Pressure on Robertson to borrow more to stimulate the economy mounts, as debt gets cheaper, the effectiveness of interest rate cuts diminishes, and credit rating agencies remain happy
16th Apr 19, 12:41pm
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2nd Apr 19, 10:24am
NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows businesses have started 2019 more downbeat about the economy; economists see survey results pointing to fall in interest rates
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NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows businesses have started 2019 more downbeat about the economy; economists see survey results pointing to fall in interest rates
2nd Apr 19, 10:24am
30th Mar 19, 10:16am
With an expat community of over one million New Zealanders living abroad, what are we doing to make use of these people and their skills?
With an expat community of over one million New Zealanders living abroad, what are we doing to make use of these people and their skills?
30th Mar 19, 10:16am

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