Motu Economic and Public Policy Research

Source Details

Link to organisation: http://motu.nz/

Source Type: Think Tank

Working paper
19 April 2017

This paper explores whether migration is followed by a change in subjective wellbeing (SWB), and how this experience differs by individuals of different gender and relationship-status.

Working paper
19 April 2017

Age, gender, patience.    
Which people move and trade    
Wellbeing for wages?  

Working paper
13 April 2017

Graduates learn skills    
Earnings and production grow    
Does the job matter? 

Working paper
5 April 2017

Students with access to fibre broadband learn more, thousands benefit.

Working paper
30 March 2017

Inequality is reduced by aging of our population, according to this report.

Working paper
13 December 2016

If you want fibre internet to make your firm more productive you’ll need other investment too. 

Working paper
29 November 2016

The average New Zealand household’s emissions fell 11% between 2006 and 2012, mostly because the production of some high-emissions goods is creating fewer greenhouse gases.

Working paper
16 November 2016

Estimates whether firms in large cities are more productive. 

Working paper
21 October 2016

This paper analyses measurement error in the classification of employment.