globalisation

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
29th Jul 19, 9:58am
Chris Trotter argues the key message from National Party leader Simon Bridges' weekend party conference speech was similar to that of the United States’ most outspoken National Conservative politician
Chris Trotter argues the key message from National Party leader Simon Bridges' weekend party conference speech was similar to that of the United States’ most outspoken National Conservative politician
29th Jul 19, 9:58am
25th Jul 19, 10:22am
Patrick Watson says using tariffs and other trade barriers isn't how we got the strong economy some current leaders idealise, noting they often deliver the opposite
Patrick Watson says using tariffs and other trade barriers isn't how we got the strong economy some current leaders idealise, noting they often deliver the opposite
25th Jul 19, 10:22am
5th Jul 19, 10:00am
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr on why fiscal austerity is our greatest mistake, widening inequality - a problem for everyone, the rise of the angry voter and more
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr on why fiscal austerity is our greatest mistake, widening inequality - a problem for everyone, the rise of the angry voter and more
5th Jul 19, 10:00am
14th Apr 19, 6:02am
ANZ's global chief economist sees technology contributing to the suppression of wage growth, but the relationship between technology and productivity as more complicated
ANZ's global chief economist sees technology contributing to the suppression of wage growth, but the relationship between technology and productivity as more complicated
14th Apr 19, 6:02am
11th Apr 19, 10:05am
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Many middle-class households feel left behind. The OECD offers policy initiatives to protect first-world living standards and financial security in the face of economic challenges
Many middle-class households feel left behind. The OECD offers policy initiatives to protect first-world living standards and financial security in the face of economic challenges
11th Apr 19, 10:05am
5th Apr 19, 10:00am
Kiwibank senior economist Jeremy Couchman on the top 5 drivers of rising populism, including living in a material world, the robots taking over, the lingering GFC effects, the decline of labour's bargaining power, and inescapable rising inequality
Kiwibank senior economist Jeremy Couchman on the top 5 drivers of rising populism, including living in a material world, the robots taking over, the lingering GFC effects, the decline of labour's bargaining power, and inescapable rising inequality
5th Apr 19, 10:00am
20th Mar 19, 10:27am
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics details a new technology that initially appears to be mere entertainment, but he believes will have significant economic effects
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics details a new technology that initially appears to be mere entertainment, but he believes will have significant economic effects
20th Mar 19, 10:27am
2nd Jan 19, 7:31am
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Koichi Hamada says that by ignoring trade history, and the fundamentals of game theory, the US President is driving 'trade diversion', all to the detriment of the United States
Koichi Hamada says that by ignoring trade history, and the fundamentals of game theory, the US President is driving 'trade diversion', all to the detriment of the United States
2nd Jan 19, 7:31am
10th Dec 18, 1:34pm
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PwC's Geoff Cooper says China has grabbed the attention of late and is a risk, but the Eurozone might be a larger threat to global financial stability
PwC's Geoff Cooper says China has grabbed the attention of late and is a risk, but the Eurozone might be a larger threat to global financial stability
10th Dec 18, 1:34pm
5th Dec 18, 12:20pm
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson argues globalization is slowly reversing meaning politicians should try to minimize the pain instead of adding to it
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson argues globalization is slowly reversing meaning politicians should try to minimize the pain instead of adding to it
5th Dec 18, 12:20pm

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