Opinion

20th Jan 20, 10:02am
Chris Trotter assesses the mood of the electorate as the 2020 election year gets underway
Chris Trotter assesses the mood of the electorate as the 2020 election year gets underway
20th Jan 20, 10:02am
19th Jan 20, 6:31am
David Hargreaves sifts through some of the building and infrastructure changes planned by the Government for this year and concludes they could have very significant impact, if the election doesn't get in the way - and that's a big if
David Hargreaves sifts through some of the building and infrastructure changes planned by the Government for this year and concludes they could have very significant impact, if the election doesn't get in the way - and that's a big if
19th Jan 20, 6:31am
18th Jan 20, 9:17am
Michael Reddell shows that most of our economic growth is coming from our non-tradables sector as we increasingly shy away from international competition
Michael Reddell shows that most of our economic growth is coming from our non-tradables sector as we increasingly shy away from international competition
18th Jan 20, 9:17am
18th Jan 20, 6:49am
Why it has never been more important for New Zealand to rise above dangerously divisive 'us vs. them' politics
Why it has never been more important for New Zealand to rise above dangerously divisive 'us vs. them' politics
18th Jan 20, 6:49am
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
15th Jan 20, 11:10am
David Hargreaves cunningly avoids making any predictions as he outlines some of the economic-related issues he's looking out for in the year ahead
David Hargreaves cunningly avoids making any predictions as he outlines some of the economic-related issues he's looking out for in the year ahead
15th Jan 20, 11:10am
14th Jan 20, 12:33pm
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Willem Buiter rejects the idea that today's secular stagnation is an inevitable consequence of historic forces
Willem Buiter rejects the idea that today's secular stagnation is an inevitable consequence of historic forces
14th Jan 20, 12:33pm
9th Jan 20, 12:02pm
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Kernel's Dean Anderson challenges the Kiwi fascination with investing in residential property, suggests that circumstances have changed negatively for the real estate asset class and says things can only get worse from here
Kernel's Dean Anderson challenges the Kiwi fascination with investing in residential property, suggests that circumstances have changed negatively for the real estate asset class and says things can only get worse from here
9th Jan 20, 12:02pm
9th Jan 20, 11:44am
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Diane Coyle shows why the digital economy's continued growth will help to bury a highly damaging policy paradigm
Diane Coyle shows why the digital economy's continued growth will help to bury a highly damaging policy paradigm
9th Jan 20, 11:44am
8th Jan 20, 12:02pm
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Kernel's Stephen Upton shows that almost all experts don't beat the market with their advice any better than a coin toss chance, so wealth creation options should avoid these blind alleys
Kernel's Stephen Upton shows that almost all experts don't beat the market with their advice any better than a coin toss chance, so wealth creation options should avoid these blind alleys
8th Jan 20, 12:02pm
7th Jan 20, 12:02pm
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Kernel's Stephen Upton says that if your crystal ball is as cloudy as just about everyone else's, it is time to consider a different a different way to invest
Kernel's Stephen Upton says that if your crystal ball is as cloudy as just about everyone else's, it is time to consider a different a different way to invest
7th Jan 20, 12:02pm
7th Jan 20, 10:04am
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Yu Yongding defends his argument the the Chinese economy has the space - and the urgent need - for fiscal and monetary stimulus
Yu Yongding defends his argument the the Chinese economy has the space - and the urgent need - for fiscal and monetary stimulus
7th Jan 20, 10:04am
6th Jan 20, 12:30pm
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Kernel's Dean Anderson makes the case for investing in equity markets using index funds, and to reject 'trading' and trying to pick winners
Kernel's Dean Anderson makes the case for investing in equity markets using index funds, and to reject 'trading' and trying to pick winners
6th Jan 20, 12:30pm
4th Jan 20, 10:19am
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Ownership concentration is having adverse effects on competition, wealth distribution, and fiscal transparency, and they are likely to worsen in the coming years
Ownership concentration is having adverse effects on competition, wealth distribution, and fiscal transparency, and they are likely to worsen in the coming years
4th Jan 20, 10:19am
3rd Jan 20, 11:25am
Surprisingly major and direct changes in Australia to stamp out conflicted remuneration in the financial industry is a clear signal to New Zealand advisers, brokers, and others paid bonuses to distribute and sell
Surprisingly major and direct changes in Australia to stamp out conflicted remuneration in the financial industry is a clear signal to New Zealand advisers, brokers, and others paid bonuses to distribute and sell
3rd Jan 20, 11:25am
3rd Jan 20, 10:35am
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It is not GDP but our overreliance on GDP that is the problem. Elevating alternatives will certainly clutter policy toolboxes, but that is necessary to track real economic progress in a complex world
It is not GDP but our overreliance on GDP that is the problem. Elevating alternatives will certainly clutter policy toolboxes, but that is necessary to track real economic progress in a complex world
3rd Jan 20, 10:35am
3rd Jan 20, 10:35am
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Governments, and ultimately people, can reverse the alarming trends of 2019. But 2020 will be another year of living dangerously if short-term policies continue to be pursued at the expense of long-term vision
Governments, and ultimately people, can reverse the alarming trends of 2019. But 2020 will be another year of living dangerously if short-term policies continue to be pursued at the expense of long-term vision
3rd Jan 20, 10:35am
31st Dec 19, 10:34am
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Koichi Hamada asks why the business cycle seems to function so differently today than it did when the late Paul Volker was US Fed chief
Koichi Hamada asks why the business cycle seems to function so differently today than it did when the late Paul Volker was US Fed chief
31st Dec 19, 10:34am
31st Dec 19, 10:00am
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Like an overprotective parent, China’s central government needs to learn to let go. While a more relaxed approach to economic management carries some short-term risks, it is essential to future growth and prosperity
Like an overprotective parent, China’s central government needs to learn to let go. While a more relaxed approach to economic management carries some short-term risks, it is essential to future growth and prosperity
31st Dec 19, 10:00am
31st Dec 19, 9:48am
TOP Leader Geoff Simmons wants us to focus on meaningful issues when we talk about "wellbeing" and "progress", and seek it in a system most likely to deliver what we really need
TOP Leader Geoff Simmons wants us to focus on meaningful issues when we talk about "wellbeing" and "progress", and seek it in a system most likely to deliver what we really need
31st Dec 19, 9:48am

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