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Commerce Commission criticised for 'technocratic rather than democratic' bank competition probe, by consultancy Habilis, which wants it to protect the weak rather than play the role of a neutral umpire
25th Oct 23, 11:52am
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Commerce Commission criticised for 'technocratic rather than democratic' bank competition probe, by consultancy Habilis, which wants it to protect the weak rather than play the role of a neutral umpire
The concept of green growth is losing traction among climate policy researchers, survey of nearly 800 academics reveals
23rd Sep 23, 9:20am
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The concept of green growth is losing traction among climate policy researchers, survey of nearly 800 academics reveals
Motu researchers release a guide aimed at assisting communities facing large, disruptive changes
18th Aug 23, 9:24am
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Motu researchers release a guide aimed at assisting communities facing large, disruptive changes
Gaya Herrington explains how the Global Financial Crisis led to her leaving central banking, going back to university to study sustainability & revisiting The Limits to Growth
28th Jun 23, 12:22pm
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Gaya Herrington explains how the Global Financial Crisis led to her leaving central banking, going back to university to study sustainability & revisiting The Limits to Growth
A new paper researched by three prominent academics says the rich might value free speech in theory but the poor need it in practice
19th Jun 23, 6:46am
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A new paper researched by three prominent academics says the rich might value free speech in theory but the poor need it in practice
Wellbeing is so last year – Labour’s ‘no frills’ budget points to an uninspiring NZ election
16th May 23, 2:20pm
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Wellbeing is so last year – Labour’s ‘no frills’ budget points to an uninspiring NZ election
Productivity Commission to probe NZ's supply chain resilience at the same time the Ministry of Transport develops national supply chain strategy
28th Feb 23, 11:00am
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Productivity Commission to probe NZ's supply chain resilience at the same time the Ministry of Transport develops national supply chain strategy
Survey reveals two-thirds of NZ employees want more work-life flexibility – how should employers respond?
19th Sep 22, 12:44pm
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Survey reveals two-thirds of NZ employees want more work-life flexibility – how should employers respond?
Digital technology can help NZ's 'last bus stop on the planet' economy improve productivity, RBNZ's Paul Conway says
7th Sep 22, 12:02pm
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Digital technology can help NZ's 'last bus stop on the planet' economy improve productivity, RBNZ's Paul Conway says
Are workers really quiet quitting? Or are they just putting their wellbeing first?
6th Sep 22, 3:07pm
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Are workers really quiet quitting? Or are they just putting their wellbeing first?
Southern Cross survey identifies job satisfaction indicators that could help kiwi employers avoid the 'Great Resignation'
22nd Feb 22, 1:15pm
by Toby Allen
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Southern Cross survey identifies job satisfaction indicators that could help kiwi employers avoid the 'Great Resignation'
Even when commodity prices are high, farmers face unique stresses from all directions. Wellbeing is a part of sustainability and needs to be understood, planned, and worked on, says Marina Shearer
5th Feb 22, 10:22am
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Even when commodity prices are high, farmers face unique stresses from all directions. Wellbeing is a part of sustainability and needs to be understood, planned, and worked on, says Marina Shearer
New Zealand is the happiest place in the world outside northern Europe, three places higher than Australia, five higher than the US. But we are less happy than three years ago. Brian Easton reviews the data to find why we are this happy
26th Jan 22, 10:00am
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New Zealand is the happiest place in the world outside northern Europe, three places higher than Australia, five higher than the US. But we are less happy than three years ago. Brian Easton reviews the data to find why we are this happy
Workplace wellness survey shows businesses thinking in terms of healthy humans, not just healthy employees
3rd Nov 21, 2:12pm
by Toby Allen
Workplace wellness survey shows businesses thinking in terms of healthy humans, not just healthy employees
Business groups, experts and politicians respond to the Government's new Covid-19 framework
22nd Oct 21, 1:26pm
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Business groups, experts and politicians respond to the Government's new Covid-19 framework
Inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes says RBNZ should target lower inflation and house prices, as the status quo has caused a 'wellbeing disaster'
20th Jul 21, 10:40am
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Inflation targeting architect Arthur Grimes says RBNZ should target lower inflation and house prices, as the status quo has caused a 'wellbeing disaster'
Economist Brian Easton says providing for the redundantly unemployed is admirable but difficult and expensive to implement
21st Jun 21, 9:18am
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Economist Brian Easton says providing for the redundantly unemployed is admirable but difficult and expensive to implement
Economist Brian Easton says the 2021 budget was work-in-progress in the war on poverty. Much more is required
14th Jun 21, 8:40am
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Economist Brian Easton says the 2021 budget was work-in-progress in the war on poverty. Much more is required
Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta says review will focus on how New Zealand's system of local democracy needs to evolve over the next 30 years
23rd Apr 21, 10:43am
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Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta says review will focus on how New Zealand's system of local democracy needs to evolve over the next 30 years
Girol Karacaoglu says the 2021 Budget presents a historic opportunity to start implementing a fresh public policy programme, different from what NZ has pursued for the past 40 years
9th Apr 21, 9:14am
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Girol Karacaoglu says the 2021 Budget presents a historic opportunity to start implementing a fresh public policy programme, different from what NZ has pursued for the past 40 years
Economist Brian Easton says migration patterns provide further evidence that wellbeing is not simply measured by income
22nd Mar 21, 9:06am
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Economist Brian Easton says migration patterns provide further evidence that wellbeing is not simply measured by income
Economist Brian Easton says social philosophy in New Zealand is muddled and incomplete
15th Mar 21, 10:27am
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Economist Brian Easton says social philosophy in New Zealand is muddled and incomplete
Economist Brian Easton asks: How can we can make wellbeing at the centre of public policy if we don't measure it?
8th Mar 21, 9:11am
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Economist Brian Easton asks: How can we can make wellbeing at the centre of public policy if we don't measure it?
Grant Robertson outlines his 2021 budget priorities, noting no changes to allowances published in December, but less debt than previously forecast due to a stronger economy
9th Feb 21, 7:59am
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Grant Robertson outlines his 2021 budget priorities, noting no changes to allowances published in December, but less debt than previously forecast due to a stronger economy
Angus Kebbell talks to the Rural Support Trust's Felicity Clark about how her unique program is helping Bay of Plenty farming families cope with rising stress levels in their businesses and in their communities
6th Feb 21, 3:24pm
Angus Kebbell talks to the Rural Support Trust's Felicity Clark about how her unique program is helping Bay of Plenty farming families cope with rising stress levels in their businesses and in their communities