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Prodded by the issues raised by Oded Galor in his new book 'The Journey of Humanity: The Origins of Wealth and Inequality', Tim Hazledine takes a broad look at why we are rich, and why it has all been triggered so relatively recently - and inconsistently
19th Mar 22, 6:59am
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Prodded by the issues raised by Oded Galor in his new book 'The Journey of Humanity: The Origins of Wealth and Inequality', Tim Hazledine takes a broad look at why we are rich, and why it has all been triggered so relatively recently - and inconsistently
Household median net worth increases but distribution remains steady: higher-wealth households still hold the lion's share of overall wealth and are growing it through property
3rd Mar 22, 1:42pm
by Toby Allen
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Household median net worth increases but distribution remains steady: higher-wealth households still hold the lion's share of overall wealth and are growing it through property
Edward Wolff presents new research showing how higher prices help to mitigate wealth inequality
26th Feb 22, 9:42am
by Guest
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Edward Wolff presents new research showing how higher prices help to mitigate wealth inequality
Zhang Jun shows why China will continue to thrive, despite an increasingly hostile external environment
18th Dec 21, 12:06pm
by Guest
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Zhang Jun shows why China will continue to thrive, despite an increasingly hostile external environment
Ross Stitt looks at Australia's new-rich tech companies and whether they will stay in the country or move themselves and their businesses to greener, and bigger, pastures
5th Nov 21, 8:01am
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Ross Stitt looks at Australia's new-rich tech companies and whether they will stay in the country or move themselves and their businesses to greener, and bigger, pastures
Treasury says the Government's targeted fiscal response to COVID-19 complemented the RBNZ's monetary response; Says the impact of low interest rates on inequality is unknown
21st Mar 21, 6:31am
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Treasury says the Government's targeted fiscal response to COVID-19 complemented the RBNZ's monetary response; Says the impact of low interest rates on inequality is unknown
Treasury says it's too early to tell if the RBNZ's moves to lower interest rates have increased wealth inequality, as Robertson defends his decision not to take more drastic action on housing last year
11th Feb 21, 4:38pm
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Treasury says it's too early to tell if the RBNZ's moves to lower interest rates have increased wealth inequality, as Robertson defends his decision not to take more drastic action on housing last year
Former RBNZ Chairman Arthur Grimes warns of 'real danger' of the RBNZ destablising asset prices, as its employment target sees it go too far lowering interest rates
29th Oct 20, 9:32am
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Former RBNZ Chairman Arthur Grimes warns of 'real danger' of the RBNZ destablising asset prices, as its employment target sees it go too far lowering interest rates
Bonds are currently providing low returns, but are they really that low-risk? Some investors are re-thinking the way bonds fit into their portfolios
26th Oct 20, 6:47am
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Bonds are currently providing low returns, but are they really that low-risk? Some investors are re-thinking the way bonds fit into their portfolios
Jenée Tibshraeny provides a reminder of how deep the economy's reliance on the property market goes as we ponder Labour's caution on tax
10th Sep 20, 1:31pm
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Jenée Tibshraeny provides a reminder of how deep the economy's reliance on the property market goes as we ponder Labour's caution on tax
In part four of a series of articles on wealth, Bruce Sheppard probes further into passing and managing wealth between different generations of families
13th Nov 19, 7:05am
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In part four of a series of articles on wealth, Bruce Sheppard probes further into passing and managing wealth between different generations of families
In part three of a series of articles on wealth, Bruce Sheppard looks at the challenges of passing wealth onto the next generation with baby boomers set to preside over the largest passing of wealth in human history
12th Nov 19, 5:00am
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In part three of a series of articles on wealth, Bruce Sheppard looks at the challenges of passing wealth onto the next generation with baby boomers set to preside over the largest passing of wealth in human history
In part two of a series of articles on wealth Bruce Sheppard looks at how to retain and grow money once you have it
10th Nov 19, 9:31am
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In part two of a series of articles on wealth Bruce Sheppard looks at how to retain and grow money once you have it
In the first of a series of articles on wealth, Bruce Sheppard probes what wealth actually is and details how he measures wealth through a formula
9th Nov 19, 10:10am
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In the first of a series of articles on wealth, Bruce Sheppard probes what wealth actually is and details how he measures wealth through a formula
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
by Guest
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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
Finance Minister Grant Robertson says government to go through Tax Working Group recommendations to see what will add to fairness & what's possible to gain consensus on in a coalition
26th Feb 19, 1:41pm
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson says government to go through Tax Working Group recommendations to see what will add to fairness & what's possible to gain consensus on in a coalition
GDP's successor will need to be compelling and tell a persuasive story, consistent with experience, of what is happening in our economies. Wellbeing may not be it, but wealth might be says Diane Coyle
16th Feb 19, 9:46am
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GDP's successor will need to be compelling and tell a persuasive story, consistent with experience, of what is happening in our economies. Wellbeing may not be it, but wealth might be says Diane Coyle
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
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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
How much could the ANZ Banking Group get for its New Zealand wealth operations?
30th Oct 17, 1:33pm
How much could the ANZ Banking Group get for its New Zealand wealth operations?
'Business as usual' for Sovereign while its Aussie parent considers selling it
9th Aug 17, 1:30pm
'Business as usual' for Sovereign while its Aussie parent considers selling it
Terry Baucher on how the proliferation of KiwiSaver is making the need for a fully fledged capital gains tax all the more urgent  
10th May 17, 5:29pm
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Terry Baucher on how the proliferation of KiwiSaver is making the need for a fully fledged capital gains tax all the more urgent  
Gareth Vaughan questions whether ANZ NZ will benefit from the ANZ group selling UDC, and would benefit from selling its KiwiSaver heavy wealth unit
1st Feb 17, 10:23am
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Gareth Vaughan questions whether ANZ NZ will benefit from the ANZ group selling UDC, and would benefit from selling its KiwiSaver heavy wealth unit
NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton deconstructs Oxfam's 'wealth inequality' figures and points out that you might be more financially well-off than you think
24th Jan 17, 7:46am
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NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton deconstructs Oxfam's 'wealth inequality' figures and points out that you might be more financially well-off than you think
NZ Initiative argues the housing crisis is behind inequality in NZ and 'a modern society and affordable housing do not have to be mutually exclusive'
18th Oct 16, 10:41am
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NZ Initiative argues the housing crisis is behind inequality in NZ and 'a modern society and affordable housing do not have to be mutually exclusive'
Around 10% of individuals account for 60% of the country’s net worth according to Stats NZ
28th Jun 16, 12:29pm
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Around 10% of individuals account for 60% of the country’s net worth according to Stats NZ