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Priming Auckland for ambitious future growth requires change on many policy fronts.
Auckland is starting to swell. Rapid population and income growth are occurring, but Auckland’s narrow geography – with harbours on both sides of the city – limits land availability.
International arrivals to New Zealand in 2013 grew at the fastest pace in a decade, according to this report to Tourism New Zealand.
There has been stellar growth in visitors from Western marketsNew Zealand experienced strong growth in...
Headline exchange rate measures don’t capture New Zealand's burgeoning emerging market trade, particularly the China-driven export boom, argues this short paper.
People are worried about the damage the strengthening exchange rate might be doing to the export sector. It's only a...
A new Insight from the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) shows that increasing net migration would lift incomes not just for immigrants but for the native population. An additional 40,000 people a year for 10 years increases GDP per capita by a chunky...
This report highlights the unprecedented fiscal challenges that New Zealand politicians will face in coming decades.
The report recommends that:The government better manages expectations about what New Zealand can afford in the future by mapping out the types of spending and taxation...
This report argues that the ageing New Zealand population will see fewer productive workers in proportion to the number of retirees which will drive up wages, and that firms need to prepare.
Ageing will impact on firms’ costs of...