globalisation

16th Aug 20, 6:02am
Henry Thomson is tracking how Americans are reacting to New Zealand's return to lockdown. And he is watching with some anxiety as classes start to reopen in the US in an environment where social responsibility is low
Henry Thomson is tracking how Americans are reacting to New Zealand's return to lockdown. And he is watching with some anxiety as classes start to reopen in the US in an environment where social responsibility is low
16th Aug 20, 6:02am
29th Jul 20, 11:54am
Henry Thomson tracks an inward turning America whose changing attitudes to global cooperation and multilateral trade agreements pose difficult issues for New Zealand and how we earn our way in the world
Henry Thomson tracks an inward turning America whose changing attitudes to global cooperation and multilateral trade agreements pose difficult issues for New Zealand and how we earn our way in the world
29th Jul 20, 11:54am
22nd Jul 20, 9:53am
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Arvind Subramanian asks why China's leaders have embraced aggressive policies that undermine their own global ambitions
Arvind Subramanian asks why China's leaders have embraced aggressive policies that undermine their own global ambitions
22nd Jul 20, 9:53am
12th Jun 20, 10:32am
Kiwibank senior economist Jeremy Couchman examines five key industry developments and opportunities that are coming out of the Covid-19 crisis
Kiwibank senior economist Jeremy Couchman examines five key industry developments and opportunities that are coming out of the Covid-19 crisis
12th Jun 20, 10:32am
5th May 20, 12:39pm
Gareth Vaughan on more globalisation as a solution for globalisation, why the pandemic isn't a black swan event, too many alpha men, China swoops into a vacuum & a pawpaw tests positive for Covid-19
Gareth Vaughan on more globalisation as a solution for globalisation, why the pandemic isn't a black swan event, too many alpha men, China swoops into a vacuum & a pawpaw tests positive for Covid-19
5th May 20, 12:39pm
30th Apr 20, 9:36am
Massey's Alison Brook finds there are clear lockdown winners and lockdown losers. She looks ahead to see which industries will emerge stronger or weaker after lockdown
Massey's Alison Brook finds there are clear lockdown winners and lockdown losers. She looks ahead to see which industries will emerge stronger or weaker after lockdown
30th Apr 20, 9:36am
30th Apr 20, 9:00am
Gareth Vaughan on tackling COVID-19 which may keep returning, Sicily's tourism plan, Dr Doom's greater depression, a busy airport, underestimating the death toll & buying coffee whilst social distancing
Gareth Vaughan on tackling COVID-19 which may keep returning, Sicily's tourism plan, Dr Doom's greater depression, a busy airport, underestimating the death toll & buying coffee whilst social distancing
30th Apr 20, 9:00am
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29th Apr 20, 1:08pm
Winston Peters defends Govt's decision to allow 80,000 traveling NZers back into the country from March 14, despite the Ministry of Health advising against this
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Winston Peters defends Govt's decision to allow 80,000 traveling NZers back into the country from March 14, despite the Ministry of Health advising against this
29th Apr 20, 1:08pm
28th Apr 20, 5:30pm
Wearing his NZ First leader's hat, Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters says COVID-19 has highlighted the pitfalls of globalisation so NZ needs to respond by being more self-sufficient
Wearing his NZ First leader's hat, Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters says COVID-19 has highlighted the pitfalls of globalisation so NZ needs to respond by being more self-sufficient
28th Apr 20, 5:30pm
16th Apr 20, 5:15pm
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson sees a new world emerging post-COVID-19 with changes for globalisation and labour market dynamics, and potential ahead for a Great Reset, or debt jubilee
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson sees a new world emerging post-COVID-19 with changes for globalisation and labour market dynamics, and potential ahead for a Great Reset, or debt jubilee
16th Apr 20, 5:15pm
15th Apr 20, 12:54pm
Motu and Victoria University's Arthur Grimes 'moderately optimistic' NZ & world economy will recover from COVID-19 economic downturn much faster than Great Depression, but is concerned about xenophobia
Motu and Victoria University's Arthur Grimes 'moderately optimistic' NZ & world economy will recover from COVID-19 economic downturn much faster than Great Depression, but is concerned about xenophobia
15th Apr 20, 12:54pm
13th Apr 20, 12:33pm
David Skilling, director at economic advisory firm Landfall Strategy Group, says NZ policy makers will need to start moving from fire fighting to an intelligent and thoughtful longer-term economic focus
David Skilling, director at economic advisory firm Landfall Strategy Group, says NZ policy makers will need to start moving from fire fighting to an intelligent and thoughtful longer-term economic focus
13th Apr 20, 12:33pm
12th Apr 20, 7:27am
A debt jubilee, universal basic income and regionalism rather than globalisation, are among Steve Keen's key solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting steep economic downturn
A debt jubilee, universal basic income and regionalism rather than globalisation, are among Steve Keen's key solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting steep economic downturn
12th Apr 20, 7:27am
8th Apr 20, 3:26pm
Brian Fallow looks at the dire economic prognosis thanks to COVID-19, and probes the key issues and options for policy makers as they look ahead to a time when the virus is under control
Brian Fallow looks at the dire economic prognosis thanks to COVID-19, and probes the key issues and options for policy makers as they look ahead to a time when the virus is under control
8th Apr 20, 3:26pm
7th Apr 20, 12:40pm
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics warns if you think you have already seen a trade war, you ain't seen nothing yet
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics warns if you think you have already seen a trade war, you ain't seen nothing yet
7th Apr 20, 12:40pm
2nd Apr 20, 12:38pm
Massey's Alison Brook finds that although there will be obvious major challenges in this crisis - and for some sectors existential - many of the changes that will emerge will not be negative
Massey's Alison Brook finds that although there will be obvious major challenges in this crisis - and for some sectors existential - many of the changes that will emerge will not be negative
2nd Apr 20, 12:38pm
21st Mar 20, 10:00am
In the first part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan details the scale of key players Visa & Mastercard, looks at how & why they pay a miniscule amount of tax & how interchange works
In the first part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan details the scale of key players Visa & Mastercard, looks at how & why they pay a miniscule amount of tax & how interchange works
21st Mar 20, 10:00am
13th Mar 20, 7:17am
Siah Hwee Ang sees global value chains being hit, medical supplies as a scarce resource and countries protecting their own interests, among other things, as the coronavirus outbreak spreads
Siah Hwee Ang sees global value chains being hit, medical supplies as a scarce resource and countries protecting their own interests, among other things, as the coronavirus outbreak spreads
13th Mar 20, 7:17am
18th Feb 20, 8:31am
Capital Economics chief economist says the virus crisis could add to 'a growing pushback' against large and complex supply chains
Capital Economics chief economist says the virus crisis could add to 'a growing pushback' against large and complex supply chains
18th Feb 20, 8:31am
28th Jan 20, 9:56am
Stephen Roach points out the world economy came dangerously close to recession in 2019 - and its not out of the woods
Stephen Roach points out the world economy came dangerously close to recession in 2019 - and its not out of the woods
28th Jan 20, 9:56am
27th Dec 19, 9:29am
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Stephen Roach argues that growing economic, financial, and monetary policy risks warrant concern about a major shock
Stephen Roach argues that growing economic, financial, and monetary policy risks warrant concern about a major shock
27th Dec 19, 9:29am
14th Dec 19, 9:36am
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics looks at the possibility of future growth potential being highest in small countries with strong, flexible political institutions like New Zealand and Switzerland
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics looks at the possibility of future growth potential being highest in small countries with strong, flexible political institutions like New Zealand and Switzerland
14th Dec 19, 9:36am
26th Nov 19, 9:57am
Stephen Roach says trade truce or not, a protracted Cold War-like conflict between the United States and China has already begun. That should worry the US, which, unlike China, is devoid of a long-term strategic framework
Stephen Roach says trade truce or not, a protracted Cold War-like conflict between the United States and China has already begun. That should worry the US, which, unlike China, is devoid of a long-term strategic framework
26th Nov 19, 9:57am
11th Sep 19, 11:23am
Alan Bollard argues New Zealand needs to consider whether our economic policies are fit for purpose in a new world, and whether our government should be working in the interest of New Zealand or New Zealanders
Alan Bollard argues New Zealand needs to consider whether our economic policies are fit for purpose in a new world, and whether our government should be working in the interest of New Zealand or New Zealanders
11th Sep 19, 11:23am
29th Aug 19, 10:34am
Patrick Watson says in the last few months globalization has gone from 'unhealthy' to 'critically ill', with the US-China trade relationship is its heart - and the pulse is slowing fast
Patrick Watson says in the last few months globalization has gone from 'unhealthy' to 'critically ill', with the US-China trade relationship is its heart - and the pulse is slowing fast
29th Aug 19, 10:34am

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