New Zealand Treasury
Te Tai Waiora: Wellbeing in Aotearoa New Zealand 2022
Under the terms of the Public Finance (Wellbeing) Amendment Act, Treasury is required to provide an independent report on the state of wellbeing in New Zealand at least every four years. Te Tai Waiora is the first of these reports.
The distribution of advantage in Aotearoa New Zealand: exploring the evidence
This paper is an overview of the evidence of distribution, inequality and mobility in New Zealand, including the characteristics and clustering of multiple disadvantage.
Regulatory stewardship is a responsibility of government regulatory agencies. It involves them adopting a whole-of-system, lifecycle view of regulation, and taking a proactive, collaborative approach, to the monitoring and care of the regulatory system(s) within which they have policy or operational responsibilities.
Foreign investment policy and national interest guidance
This guidance note has been released so that foreign investors can ensure that they understand New Zealand's foreign investment screening regime and ensure they comply with the law.
The impact of COVID-19 and related response measures on the New Zealand economy is highly uncertain. To reflect this uncertainty, this report considers several alternative paths that the economy may take. These paths vary based on different assumptions about the time spent at different COVID-19...