INTRODUCING THE NEW ZEALAND INITIATIVE

Introducing The New Zealand Initiative

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Mobile and affordable: The future of our cities

Join us for a thought-provoking challenge of current urban planning orthodoxies with New York University senior scholar, Alain Bertaud.

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Only a handful of phrases that instantly provoke an angry reaction from me. And while I am grateful the list is limited, some entries are now common. The most recent...
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Later this month, at a conference organised by a global asset management firm, I will be participating in a debate on the moot that investment markets are driven by factors...
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Labour has been busy announcing a series of election promises for education: helping parents provide digital devices for every child, covering school donations, and the latest – reducing class sizes....
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This year both National and Labour announced education policies that aim to strengthen school leadership and collaboration. National is putting far more resource behind their policy, but Labour has a...
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Perhaps it is a sign that I am getting old(er) but I am just astonished by the speed of technological progress. The most recent example is a memory card I...
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Economist John Stuart Mill saw utility as “the feelings of pain and pleasure”. The utility, or usefulness, of something depends on how much it satisfies a person's needs or wants....
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New Zealand by Numbers

On 24 July, 2014, The New Zealand Initiative launches its new publication. New Zealand by Numbers, which tracks our country's progress, gives us an insight on New Zealand's achievements, areas for improvement, and an inspiration to make this an even better place for the future.  

 

Please click here if you would like to download our latest publication.  Alternatively, a printed copy of New Zealand by Numbers may be purchased from the New Zealand Initiative for $30.00 by emailing info@nzinitiative.org.nz.

 

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