inequality

5th Aug 19, 10:53am
Terry Baucher looks at the tax paid by high-wealth individuals, whether an oil platform tax exemption will increase tax revenues, and provisional tax headaches
Terry Baucher looks at the tax paid by high-wealth individuals, whether an oil platform tax exemption will increase tax revenues, and provisional tax headaches
5th Aug 19, 10:53am
14th Jul 19, 10:49am
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The United States has the resources to create a better capitalist system, and it is clear which policies can improve wellbeing. But the country needs to elect a president and Congress that can build this system
The United States has the resources to create a better capitalist system, and it is clear which policies can improve wellbeing. But the country needs to elect a president and Congress that can build this system
14th Jul 19, 10:49am
13th Jun 19, 10:54am
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Lena Lavinas argues that no universal basic income scheme can work unless it decommodifies access to all essentials
Lena Lavinas argues that no universal basic income scheme can work unless it decommodifies access to all essentials
13th Jun 19, 10:54am
10th Apr 19, 11:28am
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As lifestyles in developing economies improve dramatically, many in the advanced economies are seeing their wellbeing deteriorate. Without fundamental change it is difficult to imagine them having a prosperous future
As lifestyles in developing economies improve dramatically, many in the advanced economies are seeing their wellbeing deteriorate. Without fundamental change it is difficult to imagine them having a prosperous future
10th Apr 19, 11:28am
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
28th Mar 19, 10:09am
Susan St John says the minority report from the Tax Working Group should be taken seriously if the desire is to reduce inequality and improve housing affordability
Susan St John says the minority report from the Tax Working Group should be taken seriously if the desire is to reduce inequality and improve housing affordability
28th Mar 19, 10:09am
27th Mar 19, 10:46am
Will Fitzgibbon of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists says NZ is 'being harmed reputationally as a country' through its role in the world of offshore finance
Will Fitzgibbon of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists says NZ is 'being harmed reputationally as a country' through its role in the world of offshore finance
27th Mar 19, 10:46am
12th Dec 18, 11:00am
The myth is that households are getting less and less of the national income. They are not. It is stable at a good level, as is the updated measure of inequality
The myth is that households are getting less and less of the national income. They are not. It is stable at a good level, as is the updated measure of inequality
12th Dec 18, 11:00am
24th Sep 18, 2:22pm
Chairman Michael Cullen says the Tax Working Group will be as detailed as possible to combat political attacks through 'mischief by misrepresentation'
Chairman Michael Cullen says the Tax Working Group will be as detailed as possible to combat political attacks through 'mischief by misrepresentation'
24th Sep 18, 2:22pm
23rd Jun 18, 9:11am
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A fresh approach to personal savings is the only way to stop our slide into inequality and low productivity, argues Robert MacCulloch
A fresh approach to personal savings is the only way to stop our slide into inequality and low productivity, argues Robert MacCulloch
23rd Jun 18, 9:11am
30th Jan 18, 9:03am
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Davos man must change. But Larry Hatheway says that cannot mean rejecting the core commitment to the view that human ingenuity, fostered by open societies and rewarded by markets, remains the sturdiest foundation for the advancement of humankind
Davos man must change. But Larry Hatheway says that cannot mean rejecting the core commitment to the view that human ingenuity, fostered by open societies and rewarded by markets, remains the sturdiest foundation for the advancement of humankind
30th Jan 18, 9:03am
20th Jan 18, 8:57am
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In the inequality debate, Jason Furman wants economists and social scientists to obsess less over aggregate data, and to focus more on how policy decisions impact real people
In the inequality debate, Jason Furman wants economists and social scientists to obsess less over aggregate data, and to focus more on how policy decisions impact real people
20th Jan 18, 8:57am
18th Jan 18, 2:26pm
Geoff Simmons takes aim at the Government for its 'middle class cheerleading', arguing we are being softened-up for a watering-down of Labour's child poverty reduction goals
Geoff Simmons takes aim at the Government for its 'middle class cheerleading', arguing we are being softened-up for a watering-down of Labour's child poverty reduction goals
18th Jan 18, 2:26pm
17th Jan 18, 10:06am
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In automation and AI, many see a jobless future and higher inequality. But the technologically driven shift should be welcomed, say Christopher Pissarides & Jacques Bughin
In automation and AI, many see a jobless future and higher inequality. But the technologically driven shift should be welcomed, say Christopher Pissarides & Jacques Bughin
17th Jan 18, 10:06am
19th Nov 17, 7:20am
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Credit Suisse argues a run of bad luck is seeing Millennials do it tougher than their parents did when they were young
Credit Suisse argues a run of bad luck is seeing Millennials do it tougher than their parents did when they were young
19th Nov 17, 7:20am
14th Nov 17, 9:45am
Unless we figure out how to better manage the yawning differences in incomes and outcomes, we’re going to see increasing tension and fragmentation in society, John Mauldin argues
Unless we figure out how to better manage the yawning differences in incomes and outcomes, we’re going to see increasing tension and fragmentation in society, John Mauldin argues
14th Nov 17, 9:45am
5th Sep 17, 11:35am
Brian Fallow takes a pre-election look at income and consumer spending data to get an idea of how the average New Zealander is doing financially
Brian Fallow takes a pre-election look at income and consumer spending data to get an idea of how the average New Zealander is doing financially
5th Sep 17, 11:35am
22nd Aug 17, 10:44am
TOP's Geoff Simmons & Andrew Courtney on why we need to bite the bullet and include the family home in an equity tax
TOP's Geoff Simmons & Andrew Courtney on why we need to bite the bullet and include the family home in an equity tax
22nd Aug 17, 10:44am
23rd Jun 17, 12:06pm
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NZIER's Derek Gill argues poverty is the problem in New Zealand, not income inequality, and this limits social mobility
NZIER's Derek Gill argues poverty is the problem in New Zealand, not income inequality, and this limits social mobility
23rd Jun 17, 12:06pm
17th Jun 17, 10:02am
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Nirmal Nair gazes into a crystal ball and predicts mega trends for 2037. He sees electric cars, cyber-crime, a better work-life balance, crypto-currencies & more
Nirmal Nair gazes into a crystal ball and predicts mega trends for 2037. He sees electric cars, cyber-crime, a better work-life balance, crypto-currencies & more
17th Jun 17, 10:02am

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