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2 Sep 16, 10:01am
Hayden Glass on the need to be nicer, hitting the polls, planning Auckland, owning your own, KiwiSaver, the future of journalism, sharp hunger pains and more
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26 Aug 16, 10:45am
Paul Barber on the importance of non-profit organisations, our changing population, our homelessness shame, disappearing beneficiaries & more
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19 Aug 16, 10:00am
Motu researchers on the average man, the economics of the Olympics, real estate music videos, the productivity puzzle, World Bank poacher turned gamekeeper & more
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12 Aug 16, 10:45am
Nirmal Nair on benchmarking cities, renewable electricity generation, rising Auckland power bills, Apple Energy, Samsung's cars, Bolivia's white gold, blockchain, an engineering & teaching shortage, Dilbert & more
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5 Aug 16, 10:34am
Andrew Campbell on the climate crisis, urban design, low incomes, making the Olympics work financially, Pokemon Go, Dilbert & more
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29 Jul 16, 10:02am
Matt Nolan on the Top 10 misleading economic facts
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22 Jul 16, 10:02am
Eric Crampton avoids Pokemon Go long enough to steer you through meritocracy, getting fit on pizza, GM food, what happens if robots don't take all the jobs, sex and the Simpsons and much more
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15 Jul 16, 10:02am
Benje Patterson plunges into the world of local politics: Taxing Auckland's vacant houses, bringing kiwi birds back to Wellington, the allure of small towns, more satire needed, but careful on that, Dilbert & more
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8 Jul 16, 10:02am
Economist Shamubeel Eaqub on the many sides of Brexit, global politics, globalisation, internet piracy, the Olympic curse, Australia's election mess, Australia's Trump & more
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1 Jul 16, 10:02am
CMC Markets NZ general manager Chris Smith on George Soros's views of Brexit, bond market blues, peace breaks out in the oil market, China and the new global monetary order, & more
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24 Jun 16, 2:10pm
Bernard's Top 10: Is a US recession coming?; NZ's awful productivity performance; Our just as awful export sector; Why are consumers so worried about the future?; Clarke and Dawe; John Oliver on Brexit
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22 Jun 16, 10:02am
Siah Hwee Ang on RCEP, China's bad Apple, India's drug habits, South Korea's women trouble, a Mickey Mouse business in China, Singaporean students' Starbucks fix & more
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17 Jun 16, 9:58am
Selena Eaqub on Auckland houses, the slowing emerging markets miracle, the expanding rich, universal basic income, inequality, Brexit, robots and education
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10 Jun 16, 10:02am
Motu Research analysts look at food stamps, technology and productivity, Brexit and migration, taxing the poor, Presidential campaign myths, and more...
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3 Jun 16, 10:02am
Martien Lubberink presents a European stew of monetary expansion, bank profitability, CoCos, rogue traders and more
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27 May 16, 10:00am
Oliver Hartwich on going to France if you want to work less, Don Brash's take on monetary policy when inflation won't budge, the economics of love, Vietnam's openness to the free market & more
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20 May 16, 10:04am
Alex Johnston on how Auckland's housing crisis is creating 'angry birds', apartments and housing affordability, 'Big Oil' the new 'Big Tobacco' and ANZ's investment in fossil fuels
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13 May 16, 10:24am
Xero's Lena Hesselgrave on the future of Bitcoin post Panama Papers, concerns around housing consents issued in Auckland, the spectrum of crazy in the US election, how to hike productivity, why smartphone growth is dwindling & more
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6 May 16, 10:09am
First Union's Morgan Godfery on Trumps breaking out everywhere; the pain of incentives; wanting it both ways with houses; an enranged house hunter writes; trouble with trade; Dilbert & more
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5 May 16, 10:44am
Bernard's Top 10: Japan's lost quarter century; China's (very) eventual day of debt reckoning; 'A sham trust from the start'; Australia's negative gearing battle between the old and the young; Clarke and Dawe; John Oliver
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