Supply chain pressures, higher house prices and relatively full employment have driven annual inflation to 4.9 percent its highest level since 2008.
The latest government accounts are a reflection of our quick recovery from the first lockdown. But the current domestic and global situation casts a shadow.
A prominent UK economist has recently argued that the UK should cut the number of graduates in half. This article examines whether the same argument applies to NZ.
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We created an emissions profile for the Māori economy to understand vulnerabilities and opportunities for Māori in the transition to a low emissions economy.
We all pay for sexual violence, in this analysis we show what the economic cost of this is.
A series that shares the common themes that were discussed at our green pro bono focus groups.
Our final article in our pro-bono series on kaupapa, accountability, and value takes a look back.