public policy

30th Dec 20, 9:55am
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Bill Emmott considers why even poor Asian countries have outperformed the West in responding to the virus
Bill Emmott considers why even poor Asian countries have outperformed the West in responding to the virus
30th Dec 20, 9:55am
16th Dec 20, 7:24am
ANZ housing report says urgent action is needed to make housing more affordable including ramping up supply and curbing immigration
ANZ housing report says urgent action is needed to make housing more affordable including ramping up supply and curbing immigration
16th Dec 20, 7:24am
9th Dec 20, 5:00am
Gareth Vaughan charts his journey as a witness in a Financial Markets Authority court case against a New Zealand registered company and its NZ resident director
Gareth Vaughan charts his journey as a witness in a Financial Markets Authority court case against a New Zealand registered company and its NZ resident director
9th Dec 20, 5:00am
14th Nov 20, 9:30am
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
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
25th Oct 20, 6:00am
Gareth Vaughan taps into the thoughts of MMT economist Steven Hail, ex-RBNZ assistant governor John McDermott, and ANZ's head of research Richard Yetsenga on monetary policy and other COVID era economic issues
Gareth Vaughan taps into the thoughts of MMT economist Steven Hail, ex-RBNZ assistant governor John McDermott, and ANZ's head of research Richard Yetsenga on monetary policy and other COVID era economic issues
25th Oct 20, 6:00am
16th Sep 20, 9:39am
Arthur Grimes wants to see clear accountabilities in place for achieving clearly defined wellbeing targets whoever leads the government after October's election
Arthur Grimes wants to see clear accountabilities in place for achieving clearly defined wellbeing targets whoever leads the government after October's election
16th Sep 20, 9:39am
2nd Sep 20, 7:49am
Shamubeel Eaqub assesses the economic picture in the context of Covid-19 and the looming election and encourages voters to engage with their local candidates
Shamubeel Eaqub assesses the economic picture in the context of Covid-19 and the looming election and encourages voters to engage with their local candidates
2nd Sep 20, 7:49am
13th Aug 20, 12:33pm
Alison Brook argues the COVID-19 crisis offers the opportunity for New Zealand to reorientate to a 'new normal' that will enable it to shrug off the decades of poor productivity and create sustainable growth
Alison Brook argues the COVID-19 crisis offers the opportunity for New Zealand to reorientate to a 'new normal' that will enable it to shrug off the decades of poor productivity and create sustainable growth
13th Aug 20, 12:33pm
13th Aug 20, 9:03am
Massey University's Paul Spoonley says we need to have a comprehensive and informed discussion about population change and options sooner rather than later
Massey University's Paul Spoonley says we need to have a comprehensive and informed discussion about population change and options sooner rather than later
13th Aug 20, 9:03am
10th Aug 20, 5:54am
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In interest.co.nz's Election Series, KPMG's John Cantin asks whether we have our tax settings right as NZ battles the COVID-19 crisis and other 21st century challenges
In interest.co.nz's Election Series, KPMG's John Cantin asks whether we have our tax settings right as NZ battles the COVID-19 crisis and other 21st century challenges
10th Aug 20, 5:54am
8th Aug 20, 9:11am
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In interest.co.nz's Election Series, the University of Otago's Janet Stephenson and Etienne Nel argue our political parties need a plan for a ‘post-growth’ world
In interest.co.nz's Election Series, the University of Otago's Janet Stephenson and Etienne Nel argue our political parties need a plan for a ‘post-growth’ world
8th Aug 20, 9:11am
7th Aug 20, 2:32pm
As the September 19 election looms, against the backdrop of COVID-19, right here is the place for some key public policy debates
As the September 19 election looms, against the backdrop of COVID-19, right here is the place for some key public policy debates
7th Aug 20, 2:32pm
4th Aug 20, 10:50am
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Motu research analysts on social networks for students' mental health, the songs that bind, self-interest vs. altruistic behaviour, what's in a name and more
Motu research analysts on social networks for students' mental health, the songs that bind, self-interest vs. altruistic behaviour, what's in a name and more
4th Aug 20, 10:50am
31st Jul 20, 10:00am
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The Helen Clark Foundation's Kathy Errington with an update on developments around cannabis legalisation ahead of the referendum at the general election
The Helen Clark Foundation's Kathy Errington with an update on developments around cannabis legalisation ahead of the referendum at the general election
31st Jul 20, 10:00am
22nd Jul 20, 3:39pm
Bernstein analysts suggest the scale and social impact of the public policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic will ultimately prove inflationary
Bernstein analysts suggest the scale and social impact of the public policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic will ultimately prove inflationary
22nd Jul 20, 3:39pm
3rd Jul 20, 10:02am
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Helen Clark, Peter Gluckman and Rob Fyfe issue a conversation paper looking at how and when New Zealand could step up its re-engagement with the rest of the world
Helen Clark, Peter Gluckman and Rob Fyfe issue a conversation paper looking at how and when New Zealand could step up its re-engagement with the rest of the world
3rd Jul 20, 10:02am
2nd Jul 20, 5:00am
In a COVID-19 ravaged world, could Modern Monetary Theory help us break free of 'myths and misunderstandings holding us back' and stand up to our full height?
In a COVID-19 ravaged world, could Modern Monetary Theory help us break free of 'myths and misunderstandings holding us back' and stand up to our full height?
2nd Jul 20, 5:00am
16th Jun 20, 9:52am
Brian Fallow casts an eye over policies targeting SMEs that are emerging as a key electoral battle ground
Brian Fallow casts an eye over policies targeting SMEs that are emerging as a key electoral battle ground
16th Jun 20, 9:52am
4th Jun 20, 9:43am
Raf Manji says we need to talk more about how our money system works because the outcomes of the decisions on its production, distribution, exchange and ownership are matters of interest to everyone
Raf Manji says we need to talk more about how our money system works because the outcomes of the decisions on its production, distribution, exchange and ownership are matters of interest to everyone
4th Jun 20, 9:43am
16th May 20, 9:32am
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The NZ Initiative's Roger Partridge says NZ should leverage opportunities to attract foreign students and sports competitions from its virus subduing strength
The NZ Initiative's Roger Partridge says NZ should leverage opportunities to attract foreign students and sports competitions from its virus subduing strength
16th May 20, 9:32am
5th May 20, 4:53pm
Law professor and economist flag concerns over Cabinet excusing government departments from providing Regulatory Impact Assessments on COVID-19 policies until August 31
Law professor and economist flag concerns over Cabinet excusing government departments from providing Regulatory Impact Assessments on COVID-19 policies until August 31
5th May 20, 4:53pm
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
22nd Jan 20, 5:00am
Gareth Vaughan looks at how and why the Government decided on a deposit insurance limit of $50k per individual per financial institution, which is well below international norms
Gareth Vaughan looks at how and why the Government decided on a deposit insurance limit of $50k per individual per financial institution, which is well below international norms
22nd Jan 20, 5:00am
4th Sep 19, 7:34am
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When is being unemployed not unemployed? A true measure would show more teens are without jobs than people who have supposedly ‘retired’, writes former Treasury senior staffer Tony Burton
When is being unemployed not unemployed? A true measure would show more teens are without jobs than people who have supposedly ‘retired’, writes former Treasury senior staffer Tony Burton
4th Sep 19, 7:34am
23rd Aug 19, 10:00am
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The Helen Clark Foundation's Kathy Errington looks at some of the latest evidence emerging about drug law reform globally and makes the case for a 'yes' vote in the 2020 cannabis referendum
The Helen Clark Foundation's Kathy Errington looks at some of the latest evidence emerging about drug law reform globally and makes the case for a 'yes' vote in the 2020 cannabis referendum
23rd Aug 19, 10:00am

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