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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
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
16th May 19, 10:00am
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Chapman Tripp's Mark Reese​​​​​​​ and Ross Pennington suggest the RBNZ's proposals to increase the big four banks' capital requirements would benefit from an arbiter
Chapman Tripp's Mark Reese​​​​​​​ and Ross Pennington suggest the RBNZ's proposals to increase the big four banks' capital requirements would benefit from an arbiter
16th May 19, 10:00am
16th May 19, 9:55am
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Amid the sound and fury of northern hemisphere populists, you may think Australia has been spared the turmoil sweeping democracies. But perhaps it's not an outlier if you focus on the decline of the mainstream
Amid the sound and fury of northern hemisphere populists, you may think Australia has been spared the turmoil sweeping democracies. But perhaps it's not an outlier if you focus on the decline of the mainstream
16th May 19, 9:55am
15th May 19, 3:55pm
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Milford Asset Management portfolio manager Paul Morris says some investors will have been reticent to invest in bonds - but this would have been to their detriment
Milford Asset Management portfolio manager Paul Morris says some investors will have been reticent to invest in bonds - but this would have been to their detriment
15th May 19, 3:55pm
11th May 19, 9:31am
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The Spinoff's Toby Manhire sits down in a parliamentary corridor with Climate Change Minister James Shaw to discuss the Zero Carbon Bill, and why he’s been bending over backwards to win National’s support
The Spinoff's Toby Manhire sits down in a parliamentary corridor with Climate Change Minister James Shaw to discuss the Zero Carbon Bill, and why he’s been bending over backwards to win National’s support
11th May 19, 9:31am
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
8th May 19, 2:49pm
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Massey's GDPLive tool now integrates the use of NZTA traffic data to improve its real-time forecasting accuracy of economic activity
Massey's GDPLive tool now integrates the use of NZTA traffic data to improve its real-time forecasting accuracy of economic activity
8th May 19, 2:49pm
8th May 19, 1:16pm
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Insurers face 'radical' changes in law changes to update disclosure and contract terms provisions, as well as comprehensibility and comparability of insurance policies
Insurers face 'radical' changes in law changes to update disclosure and contract terms provisions, as well as comprehensibility and comparability of insurance policies
8th May 19, 1:16pm
8th May 19, 12:00pm
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The Waikato region's future growth will need to overcome challenges to its two core industries. But opportunities will also come from its 'golden triangle' advantages
The Waikato region's future growth will need to overcome challenges to its two core industries. But opportunities will also come from its 'golden triangle' advantages
8th May 19, 12:00pm
8th May 19, 9:55am
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Roger Wallis looks at the recent pressures on directors and how they are to apply the moving and widening standards of good governance 'in the bests interests of the company'
Roger Wallis looks at the recent pressures on directors and how they are to apply the moving and widening standards of good governance 'in the bests interests of the company'
8th May 19, 9:55am
6th May 19, 10:40am
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New Zealand's gateway city is key to the country's food and beverage industries and advanced manufacturing sector, and home to many cutting-edge subsectors, all with ample opportunities
New Zealand's gateway city is key to the country's food and beverage industries and advanced manufacturing sector, and home to many cutting-edge subsectors, all with ample opportunities
6th May 19, 10:40am
4th May 19, 9:47am
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This year’s anniversaries of the 1919 and 1989 student protests in China will highlight the Chinese authorities’ contradictory attitudes toward the two movements. At some point it will have to reckon with its own history
This year’s anniversaries of the 1919 and 1989 student protests in China will highlight the Chinese authorities’ contradictory attitudes toward the two movements. At some point it will have to reckon with its own history
4th May 19, 9:47am
4th May 19, 9:15am
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Deloitte Access Economics delves into the role regions should play in supporting the overall economic success of New Zealand, and how our regions can build their pathways to prosperity
Deloitte Access Economics delves into the role regions should play in supporting the overall economic success of New Zealand, and how our regions can build their pathways to prosperity
4th May 19, 9:15am
3rd May 19, 11:19am
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The importance of regional economic growth in driving overall national growth cannot be over-emphasised. It is essential that all regional economies within New Zealand continue to thrive
The importance of regional economic growth in driving overall national growth cannot be over-emphasised. It is essential that all regional economies within New Zealand continue to thrive
3rd May 19, 11:19am
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

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