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15 Sep 17, 10:00am
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Climate change advocate Paul Young on: Who broke the climate? Counting the cost of the weather, trying to balance the carbon emissions budget, why China is a big hope, NZ's inconvenient truth & more
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8 Sep 17, 10:15am
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The NZ Initiative's Jenesa Jeram on whether social programmes work, the perils of planners, why people don't vote, solving the housing crisis, genetic engineering, hooking up with economists, and more
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1 Sep 17, 10:46am
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Paul Barber with 10 Great Election Ideas
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25 Aug 17, 10:02am
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Mieke Welvaert of Infometrics on the Top 10 things to know about migration
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18 Aug 17, 10:02am
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Martien Lubberink on lessons learnt 10 years after the GFC, the RBNZ's capital review & peace breaking out between the RBNZ & Kiwibank
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11 Aug 17, 10:02am
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Motu on a new robot language, the impact of iGen, immigration and job creation, BS detectors for science and inoculating against misinformation, depressing facts on climate change, and an obligatory reference to Jacinda Ardern
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4 Aug 17, 10:15am
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Tom Coupe on '10 things that amazed me during my first year living in New Zealand' including cold & damp houses, high prices, bare feet & more
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28 Jul 17, 10:02am
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Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy on hi-tech services and manufacturing, making Auckland affordable, land taxes, paying teachers & how economics can improve your life
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21 Jul 17, 10:02am
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First Union's Morgan Godfery on the black and blue Greens, raging against the system, getting deep with GoT, winter chills put heat on hospitals, Winston does a Don, a great Kiwi feed and more
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14 Jul 17, 10:05am
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Melior Law and Regulation's Rebecca Sellers on how economics became a religion, the future of Fintech, the high price of sales culture, how to be a human leader and more
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7 Jul 17, 10:02am
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Benje Patterson examines the personal finance ramifications of tying up money in housing
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30 Jun 17, 10:02am
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Siah Hwee Ang on China and the US addressing their beef, the growing global population, Asia's cost challenges, the return of the conglomerate, protectionism vs 'what's appropriate', Japan steps on to the Belt Road...gingerly, and more
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23 Jun 17, 10:02am
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Matt Nolan presents his Top 10 economic principles and capital-labour income shares
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17 Jun 17, 10:02am
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Nirmal Nair gazes into a crystal ball and predicts mega trends for 2037. He sees electric cars, cyber-crime, a better work-life balance, crypto-currencies & more
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9 Jun 17, 10:02am
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Motu on Budget winners and losers, getting the 50s out of economics, poverty as a disease, the new Silk Road, smiling as a proxy for diversity, and the problem with ‘and’
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2 Jun 17, 10:02am
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Simpson Grierson's Caroline Ferguson on how learning, unlearning and relearning is the way of the future; the upside of shared work spaces; the interaction between law and AI; the rise of freelancers and more
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26 May 17, 10:02am
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Tom Coupe on the economics of big data; What it is, benefits, its economic impact, its failures, its use for scary policy, data art and more
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19 May 17, 10:02am
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Gareth Vaughan & David Chaston with charts, charts & more charts; Auckland house prices, gold, Basel & the mortgage boom, 5,000 years of interest rates, credit default swaps & more
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5 May 17, 10:02am
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Siah Hwee Ang on America's show of steel, corruption on TV in China, NZ is 'first' again, nurturing home-grown, the big boys fight in Southeast Asia, who is stealing your job? and more
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28 Apr 17, 10:02am
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The New Zealand Initiative's Oliver Hartwich on liberalism in the trenches, elusive grains of sand, Islamic fashion, an apparently unfunny German, the decline of the white working class American man and more
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21 Apr 17, 10:02am
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Smartshares product manager Dean Anderson on not letting the daily news distract you, the Tao of wealth management, challenges for active investors, playing the long game and more
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14 Apr 17, 10:56am
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Motu researchers on the utter uselessness of job interviews, the ethical challenge facing AI, twelve questions for 2017, putting a price tag on diversity, how globalisation affected manufacturing - plus lawyer, lawyer your pants are on fire and more
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7 Apr 17, 9:58am
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Economist Shamubeel Eaqub on myth busting tax cuts, the house price paradox, limits to life expectancy, the trouble with forecasting, adapting to the digital world, the way to cut traffic and more
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24 Mar 17, 10:02am
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Tom Coupé with 10 examples of business experiments, including dating without pictures, women who make you want to spend, Googling up smaller snacks, Bill Gates & chickens, moving from Tonga to NZ causes stress & more
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17 Mar 17, 10:05am
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Martien Lubberink on the cost of bad behaviour, the problem with facts, willful blindness at the Spanish Central bank, bank governance being special & more
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