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  1. Advocating for the public good

    Good public policy is vital for a sustainable, prosperous and resilient future, and CA ANZ will be at the table. Brought to you by CA ANZ...

  2. In economics, don’t sweat the small stuff

    Economists’ forecasts are known for inaccurate figures, so stop worrying about the percentage points and see the big picture...

  3. Scott and Jacinda need a cunning plan (and a strategic planning day)

    Do our governments really have a big-picture strategy on where we’re headed? If not, it’s about time they did...

  4. Economics through the looking glass (aka Modern Monetary Theory)

    Voodoo economics? The gospel according to bleeding hearts? Modern Monetary Theory has been called many things...

  5. New Zealand’s roads to recovery

    All eyes are on New Zealand’s economic recovery, post-COVID-19. But which party is up to the task?...

  6. Why the status quo is in for a hard time after COVID-19

    When we get to the other side of COVID-19 lockdowns, what, if anything, is likely to change?...

  7. We’re headed for recession but how far will we sink?

    A key difference between the predicted recession and those of the past is this one hasn’t been caused by an economic shock...

  8. Frydenberg and Robertson need a change of bowling style

    When the fast bowlers of monetary policy can’t dislodge economic doldrums, it’s time to draft in some fiscal policy flippers...

  9. Is there any scope for multifactor productivity growth?

    Productivity has stagnated in Australia and New Zealand, but does that mean we have reached the limit of working smarter?...

  10. 3½ reasons why inflation is stubbornly low

    Are central bankers really to blame for unusually low inflation? Growth could stay sluggish, despite their monetary policies...

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