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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
19th Jul 19, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on a forest-eating coalmine, cheating on exams, scootering drunk or stoned, treating cannabis addiction, and the best sort of team for initiating new ideas…
Motu researchers on a forest-eating coalmine, cheating on exams, scootering drunk or stoned, treating cannabis addiction, and the best sort of team for initiating new ideas…
19th Jul 19, 10:00am
12th Jul 19, 10:12am
Canterbury University's Tom Coupé on whether we can rely on economic forecasts, the bad reputation of forecasts, why they are important, whether we can become better at forecasting, and whether forecasting happiness is any easier
Canterbury University's Tom Coupé on whether we can rely on economic forecasts, the bad reputation of forecasts, why they are important, whether we can become better at forecasting, and whether forecasting happiness is any easier
12th Jul 19, 10:12am
5th Jul 19, 10:00am
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr on why fiscal austerity is our greatest mistake, widening inequality - a problem for everyone, the rise of the angry voter and more
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr on why fiscal austerity is our greatest mistake, widening inequality - a problem for everyone, the rise of the angry voter and more
5th Jul 19, 10:00am
28th Jun 19, 10:00am
Siah Hwee Ang on China's faster slowdown, uneven regional development, a comment can be worth a billion dollars, the Belt Road trucks on and some consumption observations
Siah Hwee Ang on China's faster slowdown, uneven regional development, a comment can be worth a billion dollars, the Belt Road trucks on and some consumption observations
28th Jun 19, 10:00am
21st Jun 19, 10:00am
Terry Baucher on the five most important tax-reforming finance ministers, Arthur Laffer, digital services tax, taxing marijuana and more
Terry Baucher on the five most important tax-reforming finance ministers, Arthur Laffer, digital services tax, taxing marijuana and more
21st Jun 19, 10:00am
14th Jun 19, 10:00am
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ANZ economist Michael Callaghan on what the OCR has done, including depreciation of the NZ dollar, falling mortgage rates, less pressure on business lending rates, growth prospects and what the central banks will do
ANZ economist Michael Callaghan on what the OCR has done, including depreciation of the NZ dollar, falling mortgage rates, less pressure on business lending rates, growth prospects and what the central banks will do
14th Jun 19, 10:00am
7th Jun 19, 10:00am
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Nirmal Nair on the depth of energy stocks in NZX, Norway's wealth fund and renewables, Saudi Arabia's Aramco IPO delay, Royal Dutch Shell's electric aspirations and the top global power companies
Nirmal Nair on the depth of energy stocks in NZX, Norway's wealth fund and renewables, Saudi Arabia's Aramco IPO delay, Royal Dutch Shell's electric aspirations and the top global power companies
7th Jun 19, 10:00am
31st May 19, 10:00am
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The Helen Clark Foundation's Kathy Errington on the Budget, bureaucracy & IT, paid & unpaid care, freedom from violence, the Budget & women dominated professions, plus time use surveys
The Helen Clark Foundation's Kathy Errington on the Budget, bureaucracy & IT, paid & unpaid care, freedom from violence, the Budget & women dominated professions, plus time use surveys
31st May 19, 10:00am
24th May 19, 10:01am
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Motu researchers on the politics of pandanomics, the perils of fruit juice, the perks of deactivating Facebook, the best time to score, and whether weeds can save the world...
Motu researchers on the politics of pandanomics, the perils of fruit juice, the perks of deactivating Facebook, the best time to score, and whether weeds can save the world...
24th May 19, 10:01am
17th May 19, 10:00am
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Katharine Moody on the MAD doctrine, plaudits to Winston Peters, how science makes environmental controversies worse, fighting climate change by not focusing on climate change and more
Katharine Moody on the MAD doctrine, plaudits to Winston Peters, how science makes environmental controversies worse, fighting climate change by not focusing on climate change and more
17th May 19, 10:00am
10th May 19, 10:00am
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Long-time interest.co.nz commenter Murray Grimwood (aka Power Down Kiwi) on the energy returns on energy invested, why we don't want to believe in Peak Oil and climate change, and more
Long-time interest.co.nz commenter Murray Grimwood (aka Power Down Kiwi) on the energy returns on energy invested, why we don't want to believe in Peak Oil and climate change, and more
10th May 19, 10:00am
3rd May 19, 10:00am
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ASB chief economist Nick Tuffley on the RBNZ bank capital proposals, productivity, the OCR arguments and the opportunity cost of traffic delays
ASB chief economist Nick Tuffley on the RBNZ bank capital proposals, productivity, the OCR arguments and the opportunity cost of traffic delays
3rd May 19, 10:00am
26th Apr 19, 10:54am
David Chaston on an existential crisis, how to save capitalism from itself, the challenge and what others, including billionaires are saying
David Chaston on an existential crisis, how to save capitalism from itself, the challenge and what others, including billionaires are saying
26th Apr 19, 10:54am
12th Apr 19, 10:00am
Tom Coupe and Olivier Gergaud on the contribution of wine to the NZ economy, climate change & wine, wine as an investment, wine quality and wine research
Tom Coupe and Olivier Gergaud on the contribution of wine to the NZ economy, climate change & wine, wine as an investment, wine quality and wine research
12th Apr 19, 10:00am

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