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15th Jun 19, 10:49am
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Roger Farmer urges national treasuries to establish new Social Care Funds that borrow money at low interest rates, and invest the proceeds in the stock market to finance government social programs
Roger Farmer urges national treasuries to establish new Social Care Funds that borrow money at low interest rates, and invest the proceeds in the stock market to finance government social programs
15th Jun 19, 10:49am
14th Jun 19, 10:35am
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Landlords face a $4000 fine if their properties are uninsulated on July 1 – but insulation companies say time’s run out and if they haven’t done it by now, bad luck. The Spinoff's Don Rowe reports
Landlords face a $4000 fine if their properties are uninsulated on July 1 – but insulation companies say time’s run out and if they haven’t done it by now, bad luck. The Spinoff's Don Rowe reports
14th Jun 19, 10:35am
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
13th Jun 19, 10:54am
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Lena Lavinas argues that no universal basic income scheme can work unless it decommodifies access to all essentials
Lena Lavinas argues that no universal basic income scheme can work unless it decommodifies access to all essentials
13th Jun 19, 10:54am
13th Jun 19, 10:00am
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Genetic gains in the dairy industry look set to contribute $3 billion to the national economy in the next decade. A funding boost from an unlikely source looks set to accelerate that even further
Genetic gains in the dairy industry look set to contribute $3 billion to the national economy in the next decade. A funding boost from an unlikely source looks set to accelerate that even further
13th Jun 19, 10:00am
9th Jun 19, 3:37pm
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Greg Spanner wonders if English football has lessons for China's policy makers. Is China's drift toward 'Japanification' just following the ManU playbook?
Greg Spanner wonders if English football has lessons for China's policy makers. Is China's drift toward 'Japanification' just following the ManU playbook?
9th Jun 19, 3:37pm
8th Jun 19, 10:51am
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Because mainstream economics has largely failed to find practical ways to address the growing power of dominant tech companies, to remain relevant, economists must rethink some of their discipline's basic assumptions, says Daine Coyle
Because mainstream economics has largely failed to find practical ways to address the growing power of dominant tech companies, to remain relevant, economists must rethink some of their discipline's basic assumptions, says Daine Coyle
8th Jun 19, 10:51am
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
6th Jun 19, 10:20am
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Relatively strong US growth amid sluggishness elsewhere is not what economics expects. But persistently low interest rates and weak inflation brings multiple benefits to American firms and consumers
Relatively strong US growth amid sluggishness elsewhere is not what economics expects. But persistently low interest rates and weak inflation brings multiple benefits to American firms and consumers
6th Jun 19, 10:20am
4th Jun 19, 11:23am
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The US seems convinced that it is up against a China with a particularly weak hand, owing to the risk of a hard landing for its economy. But while China imports relatively little from the US, it may have even more weapons than its opponent
The US seems convinced that it is up against a China with a particularly weak hand, owing to the risk of a hard landing for its economy. But while China imports relatively little from the US, it may have even more weapons than its opponent
4th Jun 19, 11:23am
3rd Jun 19, 9:26am
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A populist message of "us vs. them" might seem less effective than a message of "all of us together," given that elections are won with broad coalitions. But with widespread alienation and distrust, the motivations are different
A populist message of "us vs. them" might seem less effective than a message of "all of us together," given that elections are won with broad coalitions. But with widespread alienation and distrust, the motivations are different
3rd Jun 19, 9:26am
2nd Jun 19, 6:02am
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Unless we can find some way of taxing wealth as well as incomes, New Zealand is headed for an intergenerational economic meltdown, Grant Thornton tax partner Murray Brewer argues
Unless we can find some way of taxing wealth as well as incomes, New Zealand is headed for an intergenerational economic meltdown, Grant Thornton tax partner Murray Brewer argues
2nd Jun 19, 6:02am
1st Jun 19, 9:19am
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The Youth Wing of the Andrea Tax Party take on their mentor and her wish list for how our tax system should be reformed. Your views?
The Youth Wing of the Andrea Tax Party take on their mentor and her wish list for how our tax system should be reformed. Your views?
1st Jun 19, 9:19am
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
31st May 19, 9:30am
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Brendon Harre has a proposal to increase the quality of New Zealand’s housing with respect to energy efficiency and seismic risk
Brendon Harre has a proposal to increase the quality of New Zealand’s housing with respect to energy efficiency and seismic risk
31st May 19, 9:30am
25th May 19, 12:45pm
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China is building ties to some of the world’s most authoritarian, financially opaque, and economically backward countries. Rather than exposing itself to massive risks, Chinese should instead seek to repair relations with the West
China is building ties to some of the world’s most authoritarian, financially opaque, and economically backward countries. Rather than exposing itself to massive risks, Chinese should instead seek to repair relations with the West
25th May 19, 12:45pm
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
21st May 19, 9:37am
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Labour without energy is a corpse; capital without energy is a sculpture. Steve Keen applies this 'simple insight' to how he thinks the global economy actually works
Labour without energy is a corpse; capital without energy is a sculpture. Steve Keen applies this 'simple insight' to how he thinks the global economy actually works
21st May 19, 9:37am
21st May 19, 9:29am
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Around the world loud voices are calling for countries to become carbon neutral by 2050 but the costs will be enormous. Much higher R&D spending on green energy solutions would be far more effective, says Bjørn Lomborg
Around the world loud voices are calling for countries to become carbon neutral by 2050 but the costs will be enormous. Much higher R&D spending on green energy solutions would be far more effective, says Bjørn Lomborg
21st May 19, 9:29am
19th May 19, 6:02am
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The experience of Latin America should serve as a clear warning for today’s Modern Monetary Theory enthusiasts. There, fiscal expansions that were financed by printing money spun catastrophically out of control
The experience of Latin America should serve as a clear warning for today’s Modern Monetary Theory enthusiasts. There, fiscal expansions that were financed by printing money spun catastrophically out of control
19th May 19, 6:02am

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