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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
9th Feb 21, 1:30pm
Artificial intelligence, QR code payments, open banking & buy now pay later services all feature in Juniper Research's predictions for the top 10 fintech trends of 2021
Artificial intelligence, QR code payments, open banking & buy now pay later services all feature in Juniper Research's predictions for the top 10 fintech trends of 2021
9th Feb 21, 1:30pm
3rd Feb 21, 2:12pm
A European centric look at open banking from Morgan Stanley contains some useful morsels for New Zealand banks
A European centric look at open banking from Morgan Stanley contains some useful morsels for New Zealand banks
3rd Feb 21, 2:12pm
30th Jan 21, 9:16am
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The World Gold Council reports consumer demand for gold fell -14% in 2020 to 3,760 tonnes, the first sub-4,000 tonne year since 2009
The World Gold Council reports consumer demand for gold fell -14% in 2020 to 3,760 tonnes, the first sub-4,000 tonne year since 2009
30th Jan 21, 9:16am
28th Jan 21, 3:13pm
Google Pay and banking-as-a-service business model seen making competitive landscape tougher for banks
Google Pay and banking-as-a-service business model seen making competitive landscape tougher for banks
28th Jan 21, 3:13pm
27th Jan 21, 12:01pm
Kiwibank unveils key digital and technology appointments as it spruiks evolving digital banking services
Kiwibank unveils key digital and technology appointments as it spruiks evolving digital banking services
27th Jan 21, 12:01pm
20th Jan 21, 11:54am
The whole purpose of technological advancements is to enable goods and services to be produced and distributed more efficiently and at a lower cost. Yet these big deflationary forces are not captured in official policy models notes Alison Brook
The whole purpose of technological advancements is to enable goods and services to be produced and distributed more efficiently and at a lower cost. Yet these big deflationary forces are not captured in official policy models notes Alison Brook
20th Jan 21, 11:54am
16th Jan 21, 9:32am
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The World Gold Council looks ahead to see how gold will fare in the coming year, a year when they expect to see economic recovery, but also ballooning deficits, inflation, and market corrections
The World Gold Council looks ahead to see how gold will fare in the coming year, a year when they expect to see economic recovery, but also ballooning deficits, inflation, and market corrections
16th Jan 21, 9:32am
13th Jan 21, 9:00am
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Dambisa Moyo identifies five key areas where firms must apply cutting-edge technologies - or risk being left behind
Dambisa Moyo identifies five key areas where firms must apply cutting-edge technologies - or risk being left behind
13th Jan 21, 9:00am
24th Dec 20, 9:31am
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Jonathan Woetzel and Jeonmin Seong identify collaboration as the key factor in the region's transformation into a global tech powerhouse
Jonathan Woetzel and Jeonmin Seong identify collaboration as the key factor in the region's transformation into a global tech powerhouse
24th Dec 20, 9:31am
17th Dec 20, 9:19am
ANZ Banking Group CEO Shayne Elliott says a crisis is a period of rapid change where people have new needs and good companies figure out how to service them
ANZ Banking Group CEO Shayne Elliott says a crisis is a period of rapid change where people have new needs and good companies figure out how to service them
17th Dec 20, 9:19am
24th Nov 20, 9:23am
New Zealand Bankers' Association not won over by government's case for a consumer data right, says the public is underwhelmed by open banking
New Zealand Bankers' Association not won over by government's case for a consumer data right, says the public is underwhelmed by open banking
24th Nov 20, 9:23am
20th Nov 20, 10:21am
Massey University's GDP Live team with the global liquidity trap, climate change, the faster than expected global recovery, why inflation may be higher than we think and a return to the old normal?
Massey University's GDP Live team with the global liquidity trap, climate change, the faster than expected global recovery, why inflation may be higher than we think and a return to the old normal?
20th Nov 20, 10:21am
19th Nov 20, 11:30am
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Edoardo Campanella dispels the myth that new technologies are making low-skilled labour increasingly irrelevant
Edoardo Campanella dispels the myth that new technologies are making low-skilled labour increasingly irrelevant
19th Nov 20, 11:30am
11th Nov 20, 9:04am
Juniper Research forecasts 1213% jump in unsecured lending through artificial intelligence platforms within five years to more than US$300 billion
Juniper Research forecasts 1213% jump in unsecured lending through artificial intelligence platforms within five years to more than US$300 billion
11th Nov 20, 9:04am
10th Nov 20, 12:25pm
Terry Baucher and Andrea Black discuss and delve into the business transformation project at the Inland Revenue Department
Terry Baucher and Andrea Black discuss and delve into the business transformation project at the Inland Revenue Department
10th Nov 20, 12:25pm
9th Nov 20, 9:55am
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New survey of 15,000 expat Kiwis suggests about half of them plan to return to New Zealand
New survey of 15,000 expat Kiwis suggests about half of them plan to return to New Zealand
9th Nov 20, 9:55am
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
14th Sep 20, 9:07am
Economist Brian Easton muses on the user-unfriendliness of many computer interfaces
Economist Brian Easton muses on the user-unfriendliness of many computer interfaces
14th Sep 20, 9:07am
3rd Sep 20, 11:19am
Author and Macquarie strategist Viktor Shvets on the impact of the Information Age and financialization, and how they are creating a different, new world
Author and Macquarie strategist Viktor Shvets on the impact of the Information Age and financialization, and how they are creating a different, new world
3rd Sep 20, 11:19am
21st Aug 20, 10:00am
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Massey University's GDP Live team with the fear of COVID, hopes of a vaccine, antitrust enforcement in the internet era, why fiscal stimulus won't cause an inflation surge and a new era of creative destruction?
Massey University's GDP Live team with the fear of COVID, hopes of a vaccine, antitrust enforcement in the internet era, why fiscal stimulus won't cause an inflation surge and a new era of creative destruction?
21st Aug 20, 10:00am
8th Aug 20, 9:21am
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Edmund Phelps considers the effects of automation and artificial intelligence from the perspective of welfare economics
Edmund Phelps considers the effects of automation and artificial intelligence from the perspective of welfare economics
8th Aug 20, 9:21am
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
1st Aug 20, 11:51am
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Diane Coyle predicts that the COVID-19 crisis will intensify political and regulatory scrutiny of Big Tech
Diane Coyle predicts that the COVID-19 crisis will intensify political and regulatory scrutiny of Big Tech
1st Aug 20, 11:51am
21st Jul 20, 9:39am
Gareth Vaughan on US anti-mask madness, a government job guarantee, the leveraging of American corporates, why COVID-19 might not change our cities as much as we expect & COVID-19 trumps Olympics in Japan
Gareth Vaughan on US anti-mask madness, a government job guarantee, the leveraging of American corporates, why COVID-19 might not change our cities as much as we expect & COVID-19 trumps Olympics in Japan
21st Jul 20, 9:39am

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