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George Magnus thinks that, with geopolitics thwarting globalisation, China's economy might never overtake America's
29th Jun 22, 12:25pm
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George Magnus thinks that, with geopolitics thwarting globalisation, China's economy might never overtake America's
Six years on from the Brexit and Trump votes, the emerging model of globalisation means that America First is likely to be more enduring than hard Brexit
18th Jun 22, 9:30am
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Six years on from the Brexit and Trump votes, the emerging model of globalisation means that America First is likely to be more enduring than hard Brexit
Pinelopi Goldberg touts an effective way for a high-tariff country like the US to do more to reduce costs for consumers. "Openness" and "globalisation" may have fallen out of political favour, but free trade remains sound economic policy
14th May 22, 9:36am
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Pinelopi Goldberg touts an effective way for a high-tariff country like the US to do more to reduce costs for consumers. "Openness" and "globalisation" may have fallen out of political favour, but free trade remains sound economic policy
David Hargreaves ponders the new environment ahead in which seemingly we will no longer just trade with anybody, and which might end up costing us quite a bit more
29th Mar 22, 3:15pm
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David Hargreaves ponders the new environment ahead in which seemingly we will no longer just trade with anybody, and which might end up costing us quite a bit more
Hippolyte Fofack warns that punitive Western-led measures against Russia threaten another policy-induced economic crisis
25th Mar 22, 12:02pm
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Hippolyte Fofack warns that punitive Western-led measures against Russia threaten another policy-induced economic crisis
Pinelopi Goldberg argues that trade sanctions are a politically convenient but economically misguided response to Russia's war
19th Mar 22, 10:12am
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Pinelopi Goldberg argues that trade sanctions are a politically convenient but economically misguided response to Russia's war
Dani Rodik suggests how to create a new global order that avoids the pitfalls of zero-sum great-power competition
13th Mar 22, 8:00am
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Dani Rodik suggests how to create a new global order that avoids the pitfalls of zero-sum great-power competition
Russia’s invasion & the aggressive economic sanctions in a deeply globalised world will lead to massive global economic disruption & structural change
13th Mar 22, 6:00am
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Russia’s invasion & the aggressive economic sanctions in a deeply globalised world will lead to massive global economic disruption & structural change
David Skilling chronicles a week of remarkable events that signal far-reaching global economic and political changes ahead
6th Mar 22, 10:30am
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David Skilling chronicles a week of remarkable events that signal far-reaching global economic and political changes ahead
Russia's invasion of Ukraine accelerates structural changes in the global economic & political system, requiring hard choices to be made, says David Skilling
27th Feb 22, 6:00am
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Russia's invasion of Ukraine accelerates structural changes in the global economic & political system, requiring hard choices to be made, says David Skilling
As the Covid experience shows, countries with strong social & political institutions – notably small countries – consistently out-perform. But big challenges lie ahead, says David Skilling
13th Feb 22, 7:30am
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As the Covid experience shows, countries with strong social & political institutions – notably small countries – consistently out-perform. But big challenges lie ahead, says David Skilling
From Ukraine to trade sanctions, global economic & political pressures are playing out in Europe. The response will shape the global economic & political system, says David Skilling
5th Feb 22, 9:34am
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From Ukraine to trade sanctions, global economic & political pressures are playing out in Europe. The response will shape the global economic & political system, says David Skilling
Globalisation is changing but not unwinding: global flows will be more regional, political, & shaped by big power rivalry writes David Skilling
23rd Jan 22, 7:00am
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Globalisation is changing but not unwinding: global flows will be more regional, political, & shaped by big power rivalry writes David Skilling
Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg shows that while the two main parties, China and the US, have both lost, 'bystander' countries have gained
22nd Jan 22, 9:15am
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Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg shows that while the two main parties, China and the US, have both lost, 'bystander' countries have gained
RIP capitalism & the free market as we knew them, Macquarie Capital analysts Viktor Shvets & Terrence Leung argue, with the private sector now artificially propped up by the public sector
5th Dec 21, 6:00am
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RIP capitalism & the free market as we knew them, Macquarie Capital analysts Viktor Shvets & Terrence Leung argue, with the private sector now artificially propped up by the public sector
The globalisation debate offers lessons on what to do (and what not to do) in climate change policy: address the domestic politics of the transition
20th Nov 21, 1:18pm
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The globalisation debate offers lessons on what to do (and what not to do) in climate change policy: address the domestic politics of the transition
Beyond near-term inflation concerns, David Skilling says policy should focus on managing price pressures from structural changes in labour markets & globalisation - and net zero
7th Nov 21, 8:59am
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Beyond near-term inflation concerns, David Skilling says policy should focus on managing price pressures from structural changes in labour markets & globalisation - and net zero
David Scobie of Mercer Investments looks at what it means that for the first time in a generation investors need to seriously consider inflation
13th Oct 21, 8:00am
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David Scobie of Mercer Investments looks at what it means that for the first time in a generation investors need to seriously consider inflation
Patrick Watson sees a silver lining in the pandemic for workers because Covid-19 is choking off foreign competition meaning they face less competition and can demand higher wages
30th Sep 21, 10:38am
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Patrick Watson sees a silver lining in the pandemic for workers because Covid-19 is choking off foreign competition meaning they face less competition and can demand higher wages
Mainstream economics critic Steve Keen says Covid-19 has exposed the fragility of globalisation and countries like New Zealand should look to boost domestic manufacturing
8th Sep 21, 7:30am
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Mainstream economics critic Steve Keen says Covid-19 has exposed the fragility of globalisation and countries like New Zealand should look to boost domestic manufacturing
Gareth Vaughan on whether negative interest rates work, the case for financial transactions taxes, shipping container shortages, Niall Ferguson & Andy Haldane's inflation concerns
12th Mar 21, 9:42am
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Gareth Vaughan on whether negative interest rates work, the case for financial transactions taxes, shipping container shortages, Niall Ferguson & Andy Haldane's inflation concerns
From climate change and geopolitics to new growth models, David Skilling says 2021 will see widespread public and private sector innovation - as well as more economic and political volatility
21st Dec 20, 12:12pm
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From climate change and geopolitics to new growth models, David Skilling says 2021 will see widespread public and private sector innovation - as well as more economic and political volatility
Paul Conway argues innovation and new policy thinking are required if New Zealand's to emerge from the COVID crisis with a more productive, sustainable and inclusive economy
14th Nov 20, 9:30am
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Paul Conway argues innovation and new policy thinking are required if New Zealand's to emerge from the COVID crisis with a more productive, sustainable and inclusive economy
Massey's Alison Brook investigates the current fad to decouple from globalisation. Are we about to jump from efficient but painful global settings into inefficient and even more painful policies?
11th Nov 20, 10:17am
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Massey's Alison Brook investigates the current fad to decouple from globalisation. Are we about to jump from efficient but painful global settings into inefficient and even more painful policies?
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
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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