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Michael Reddell

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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
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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 on why there is a much stronger case than is generally recognised for a cut at the RBNZ's review of the OCR next week
16th Sep 19, 1:18pm
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Michael Reddell on why there is a much stronger case than is generally recognised for a cut at the RBNZ's review of the OCR next week
Michael Reddell offers up his thoughts on the tax and fiscal policy debates of the past few weeks; He discusses the Nordic tax system, deficits vs surpluses, and Labour's Tax Working Group
16th Sep 17, 10:19am
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Michael Reddell offers up his thoughts on the tax and fiscal policy debates of the past few weeks; He discusses the Nordic tax system, deficits vs surpluses, and Labour's Tax Working Group
Former RBNZ economist Michael Reddell reviews Modern Monetary Theory where fiscal policy is the key lever rather than monetary policy; He argues monetary policy is still best for cyclical stabilisation
31st Jul 17, 4:03pm
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Former RBNZ economist Michael Reddell reviews Modern Monetary Theory where fiscal policy is the key lever rather than monetary policy; He argues monetary policy is still best for cyclical stabilisation
Michael Reddell says reshaping our immigration policy would end Auckland house price inflation, lower our interest rates, and drop our exchange rate. And he says it would raise average incomes
6th Aug 16, 9:39am
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Michael Reddell says reshaping our immigration policy would end Auckland house price inflation, lower our interest rates, and drop our exchange rate. And he says it would raise average incomes
Michael Reddell argues sky high house prices & plummeting affordability are what happens when land use restrictions run head-on into population pressures
12th Aug 15, 12:12pm
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Michael Reddell argues sky high house prices & plummeting affordability are what happens when land use restrictions run head-on into population pressures