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17th Jun 21, 9:39am
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Dalia Marin explains why the "China shock" has undermined innovation in some economies and bolstered it in others
Dalia Marin explains why the "China shock" has undermined innovation in some economies and bolstered it in others
17th Jun 21, 9:39am
13th May 21, 11:16am
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Deirdre McCloskey and Alberto Mingardi argue that private-sector trial and error, not the State, is the driving force behind innovation
Deirdre McCloskey and Alberto Mingardi argue that private-sector trial and error, not the State, is the driving force behind innovation
13th May 21, 11:16am
1st May 21, 9:46am
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr lays out the five things we need to ace to get our economy match-fit for the post-pandemic era. None will be easy but all are achievable
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr lays out the five things we need to ace to get our economy match-fit for the post-pandemic era. None will be easy but all are achievable
1st May 21, 9:46am
26th Feb 21, 10:21am
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics shares his experiences of the big Texas winter storm and reflects on what it means for the economy when people have to go without the likes of electricity and indoor plumbing
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics shares his experiences of the big Texas winter storm and reflects on what it means for the economy when people have to go without the likes of electricity and indoor plumbing
26th Feb 21, 10:21am
10th Dec 20, 4:45pm
Sallies call for RBNZ to provide banks with guidance to help curb risk-aversion when it comes to lending against housing with alternative tenures such as progressive & co-ownership
Sallies call for RBNZ to provide banks with guidance to help curb risk-aversion when it comes to lending against housing with alternative tenures such as progressive & co-ownership
10th Dec 20, 4:45pm
4th Dec 20, 10:42am
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The Productivity Commission details ways to improve the performance of New Zealand’s so-called frontier firms, saying doing so would be a key plank in boosting productivity
The Productivity Commission details ways to improve the performance of New Zealand’s so-called frontier firms, saying doing so would be a key plank in boosting productivity
4th Dec 20, 10:42am
18th Sep 20, 9:07am
BNZ economist Paul Conway says the challenge for New Zealand's political parties is to reframe their thinking and create an economic plan that breaks the shackles of our 'economic geography'
BNZ economist Paul Conway says the challenge for New Zealand's political parties is to reframe their thinking and create an economic plan that breaks the shackles of our 'economic geography'
18th Sep 20, 9:07am
27th Aug 20, 10:03am
Govt allocates hundreds of millions towards finding a Covid-19 vaccine; Details of exactly where funding is going kept under wraps for commercial reasons
Govt allocates hundreds of millions towards finding a Covid-19 vaccine; Details of exactly where funding is going kept under wraps for commercial reasons
27th Aug 20, 10:03am
21st Jul 20, 8:56am
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The Productivity Commission's Patrick Nolan says getting a clearer picture of what success looks like can help illustrate the challenges facing New Zealand firms striving to be world class
The Productivity Commission's Patrick Nolan says getting a clearer picture of what success looks like can help illustrate the challenges facing New Zealand firms striving to be world class
21st Jul 20, 8:56am
2nd Jul 20, 9:09am
Allan Barber looks at the issues farmers face when confronted by bureaucratic environmental regulations that work against the public goals set by politicians. Local solutions seem to work best
Allan Barber looks at the issues farmers face when confronted by bureaucratic environmental regulations that work against the public goals set by politicians. Local solutions seem to work best
2nd Jul 20, 9:09am
24th May 20, 6:02am
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BNZ economist Paul Conway says the overarching objective of rebuilding the economy in the wake of COVID-19 must be to improve productivity and ensure the benefits are widely spread
BNZ economist Paul Conway says the overarching objective of rebuilding the economy in the wake of COVID-19 must be to improve productivity and ensure the benefits are widely spread
24th May 20, 6:02am
20th May 20, 2:52pm
Climate Change Commissioner Rod Carr wants climate change investment added as a chapter heading in next year's Budget
Climate Change Commissioner Rod Carr wants climate change investment added as a chapter heading in next year's Budget
20th May 20, 2:52pm
20th May 20, 10:12am
The pandemic shock to consumers is changing their meat buying habits very quickly and our processors are moving rapidly to respond to a significantly different 'new normal', reports Allan Barber
The pandemic shock to consumers is changing their meat buying habits very quickly and our processors are moving rapidly to respond to a significantly different 'new normal', reports Allan Barber
20th May 20, 10:12am
27th Feb 20, 11:00am
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Diane Coyle call on governments to develop a plan for managing new critical data resources before it is too late and captured by Big Tech
Diane Coyle call on governments to develop a plan for managing new critical data resources before it is too late and captured by Big Tech
27th Feb 20, 11:00am
20th Feb 20, 9:51am
Massey's Alison Brook finds we have been good at creating jobs but not the right sort of jobs. Companies need to invest in technologies for innovation. And we need to lift skills and competencies of both managers and workers
Massey's Alison Brook finds we have been good at creating jobs but not the right sort of jobs. Companies need to invest in technologies for innovation. And we need to lift skills and competencies of both managers and workers
20th Feb 20, 9:51am
21st Dec 19, 10:20am
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If the West wants to compete effectively against China and other fast-growing Asian countries, governments need to make innovation central to their economic policies, says David Sainsbury
If the West wants to compete effectively against China and other fast-growing Asian countries, governments need to make innovation central to their economic policies, says David Sainsbury
21st Dec 19, 10:20am
20th Dec 19, 1:39pm
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi gives slow-moving banks a timeline to set up systems to better enable data sharing aimed at creating more competition
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi gives slow-moving banks a timeline to set up systems to better enable data sharing aimed at creating more competition
20th Dec 19, 1:39pm
3rd Nov 19, 6:00am
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Reda Cherif and Fuad Hasanov argue that a true industrial policy is essentially a technology and innovation policy, with technology and innovation key to economic growth
Reda Cherif and Fuad Hasanov argue that a true industrial policy is essentially a technology and innovation policy, with technology and innovation key to economic growth
3rd Nov 19, 6:00am
3rd Sep 19, 2:10pm
A look into the viability of the future the Government envisages, where an over-supply of renewable energy is captured, stored in hydrogen cells and exported
A look into the viability of the future the Government envisages, where an over-supply of renewable energy is captured, stored in hydrogen cells and exported
3rd Sep 19, 2:10pm
24th Aug 19, 10:02am
Former NZX Smartshares manager launches investment funds that undercut his former employer on price and provide yet another way for investors to access the NZX
Former NZX Smartshares manager launches investment funds that undercut his former employer on price and provide yet another way for investors to access the NZX
24th Aug 19, 10:02am
23rd May 19, 3:30pm
Payments NZ establishes hub to connect banks with third parties keen on open banking; Banks retain right to set terms on which they share the data
Payments NZ establishes hub to connect banks with third parties keen on open banking; Banks retain right to set terms on which they share the data
23rd May 19, 3:30pm
4th Mar 19, 12:14pm
Payments NZ releases standards detailing how banks and fintechs that engage in open banking have to protect consumers' data
Payments NZ releases standards detailing how banks and fintechs that engage in open banking have to protect consumers' data
4th Mar 19, 12:14pm
21st Feb 19, 10:44am
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As the current business cycle nears its inevitable end, investors should not lose sight of the unprecedented technological, political, and liquidity risks that will make the next cycle uniquely perilous
As the current business cycle nears its inevitable end, investors should not lose sight of the unprecedented technological, political, and liquidity risks that will make the next cycle uniquely perilous
21st Feb 19, 10:44am
14th Feb 19, 11:33am
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New Zealand has a healthy wine industry on the back of profitability for wineries of all sizes, strengthening balance sheets and a healthy propensity for innovation
New Zealand has a healthy wine industry on the back of profitability for wineries of all sizes, strengthening balance sheets and a healthy propensity for innovation
14th Feb 19, 11:33am
21st Oct 18, 6:02am
With the concept of an Auckland waterfront stadium back in the news, Gareth Vaughan argues the debate should be broadened out to include building a university
With the concept of an Auckland waterfront stadium back in the news, Gareth Vaughan argues the debate should be broadened out to include building a university
21st Oct 18, 6:02am

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