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17th Jan 20, 10:02am
Infometrics' Brad Olsen on the low stocks of housing for sale, the importance of mum and dad, the rise of rents, the rise of people needing housing assistance and what next after the Decade of Housing?
Infometrics' Brad Olsen on the low stocks of housing for sale, the importance of mum and dad, the rise of rents, the rise of people needing housing assistance and what next after the Decade of Housing?
17th Jan 20, 10:02am
13th Dec 19, 10:00am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy on five US cities or states that have followed Auckland and upzoned to promote housing affordability
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy on five US cities or states that have followed Auckland and upzoned to promote housing affordability
13th Dec 19, 10:00am
6th Dec 19, 10:00am
Siah Hwee Ang on the inevitable slowdown of China's growing economy, what's planned for the 70th birthday, ASEAN economies to take off, multilateral agreements to be tested again and could bilateral agreements provide better solutions?
Siah Hwee Ang on the inevitable slowdown of China's growing economy, what's planned for the 70th birthday, ASEAN economies to take off, multilateral agreements to be tested again and could bilateral agreements provide better solutions?
6th Dec 19, 10:00am
29th Nov 19, 10:00am
The Opportunities Party's Geoff Simmons on Aussie banks, changes in land uses, the NZ Productivity Commission's latest report, Unconditional Basic Income and urban design
The Opportunities Party's Geoff Simmons on Aussie banks, changes in land uses, the NZ Productivity Commission's latest report, Unconditional Basic Income and urban design
29th Nov 19, 10:00am
22nd Nov 19, 10:02am
Terry Baucher has a deep dive through history at some of the great tax adventures and misadventures involving musicians, entertainers and sports stars and the lessons we can learn from them
Terry Baucher has a deep dive through history at some of the great tax adventures and misadventures involving musicians, entertainers and sports stars and the lessons we can learn from them
22nd Nov 19, 10:02am
15th Nov 19, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on rogue state USA, the use of antidepressants, gerrymandering in social networks, painting cows, and the history of philosophy in one graphic…
Motu researchers on rogue state USA, the use of antidepressants, gerrymandering in social networks, painting cows, and the history of philosophy in one graphic…
15th Nov 19, 10:00am
8th Nov 19, 10:00am
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Katharine Moody on Government options for bottom trawling, pokies, synthetic nitrogen, agricultural emissions and the Billion Trees policy
Katharine Moody on Government options for bottom trawling, pokies, synthetic nitrogen, agricultural emissions and the Billion Trees policy
8th Nov 19, 10:00am
1st Nov 19, 10:00am
Benje Patterson on attracting people, economic development as a long game, the importance of economic gardening, the working world is changing and making economic development inclusive
Benje Patterson on attracting people, economic development as a long game, the importance of economic gardening, the working world is changing and making economic development inclusive
1st Nov 19, 10:00am
25th Oct 19, 10:02am
Canterbury University's Tom Coupé on economists and climate change, uncontrollable technology, rugby and economics, reaping the gains from international migration and the economics Nobel Prize
Canterbury University's Tom Coupé on economists and climate change, uncontrollable technology, rugby and economics, reaping the gains from international migration and the economics Nobel Prize
25th Oct 19, 10:02am
18th Oct 19, 10:00am
Infometrics' Brad Olsen on the Govt and data protection, Stats NZ's new branch, the local elections, whether the end really is in sight for the US-China trade war and meeting global meat demand
Infometrics' Brad Olsen on the Govt and data protection, Stats NZ's new branch, the local elections, whether the end really is in sight for the US-China trade war and meeting global meat demand
18th Oct 19, 10:00am
4th Oct 19, 9:59am
Kiwibank economist Jeremy Couchman on the super slow super city, the economic temperature dropping in the south, strength in small regions, Wellywood looking good & risks to the regions
Kiwibank economist Jeremy Couchman on the super slow super city, the economic temperature dropping in the south, strength in small regions, Wellywood looking good & risks to the regions
4th Oct 19, 9:59am
27th Sep 19, 10:00am
The Opportunities Party's Geoff Simmons on population, productivity, planting trees, parking & micro-mobility and prohibition
The Opportunities Party's Geoff Simmons on population, productivity, planting trees, parking & micro-mobility and prohibition
27th Sep 19, 10:00am
20th Sep 19, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on super-cooled livers, climate change and health, infostorms and fake news, vampire brain cancers and lesser know consequences of global deforestation
Motu researchers on super-cooled livers, climate change and health, infostorms and fake news, vampire brain cancers and lesser know consequences of global deforestation
20th Sep 19, 10:00am
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13th Sep 19, 5:00am
Eric Crampton on the perils of dodgy vaping vendors, fake news and more fake news, the misleading cost of alcohol, sorting the trees from the trees on climate change and the joyful contrarian
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Eric Crampton on the perils of dodgy vaping vendors, fake news and more fake news, the misleading cost of alcohol, sorting the trees from the trees on climate change and the joyful contrarian
13th Sep 19, 5:00am
6th Sep 19, 10:00am
Gareth Vaughan on the colourful media coverage of Brexit, the Amazon fires, Japanese companies' huge cash pile, a chilling message from Xi Jinping, and the Panama Papers movie
Gareth Vaughan on the colourful media coverage of Brexit, the Amazon fires, Japanese companies' huge cash pile, a chilling message from Xi Jinping, and the Panama Papers movie
6th Sep 19, 10:00am
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
16th Aug 19, 10:00am
Andrea Black on: Progressive or not? Tax efficiency still lives, or does it? Having capital gains taxation without a capital gains tax and what happened to the tax advocate?
Andrea Black on: Progressive or not? Tax efficiency still lives, or does it? Having capital gains taxation without a capital gains tax and what happened to the tax advocate?
16th Aug 19, 10:00am
9th Aug 19, 10:03am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy on benefits of interpersonal trust, macro-political benefits, who do we trust, the wallet drop experiment and how policy can enhance trust
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy on benefits of interpersonal trust, macro-political benefits, who do we trust, the wallet drop experiment and how policy can enhance trust
9th Aug 19, 10:03am
2nd Aug 19, 10:00am
Infometrics' Brad Olsen on all signs pointing down for the OCR, why cuts won't stimulate the economy enough, boosting the housing market, a below zero OCR may be closer than we think and why fiscal policy needs to take the driver's seat - fast
Infometrics' Brad Olsen on all signs pointing down for the OCR, why cuts won't stimulate the economy enough, boosting the housing market, a below zero OCR may be closer than we think and why fiscal policy needs to take the driver's seat - fast
2nd Aug 19, 10:00am
26th Jul 19, 10:00am
Benje Patterson on looking beyond GDP, being pro-wellbeing and pro GDP growth, measuring things in a brave new world, the woolly wellbeing Budget and wellbeing budgeting coming to a council near you!
Benje Patterson on looking beyond GDP, being pro-wellbeing and pro GDP growth, measuring things in a brave new world, the woolly wellbeing Budget and wellbeing budgeting coming to a council near you!
26th Jul 19, 10:00am

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