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Holly Gooch is part of the KiwiNet Emerging Innovator programme to progress a project to help twice-exceptional secondary students. Michael Johnston sat down with Holly to talk about her PhD research project.द्वारा The New Zealand Initiative
 
Michael Johnston sat down with Emma Chatterton, Strategic Project Lead at ImpactLab, to discuss her experience gaining registration and certification as an overseas-trained teacher. In addition, they discuss how New Zealand might improve teacher supply through immigration, and the country's growing truancy rate.…
 
New Zealand's immigration system is cracking under pressure. A lack of staff, a shambolic IT system, and new government policies that bamboozle applicants are creating unnecessary stress for migrants, and long delays around simple work visa applications that once made their way through the system with ease are causing issues for employers. Oliver H…
 
Oliver Hartwich chats with Christoph Schumacher about the Official Cash Rate, inflation, the Taylor Rule, and the new GDP Live tool that provides real-time New Zealand GDP tracking.To help fund the incredible GDP Live tracker contact Christoph at c.schumacher@massey.ac.nz.द्वारा The New Zealand Initiative
 
Victoria University's Associate Professor Martien Lubberink specialises in banking regulation. In Newsroom, Prof Lubberink warns of unintended consequences of setting extra taxes on current bank profits. He talks about bank profitability, regulation, and taxes, with Eric Crampton and Bryce Wilkinson.Link: Newsroom. https://www.newsroom.co.nz/corpor…
 
James Kierstead and Michael Johnston discuss the results of a second pilot for literacy and numeracy assessments, as well as an upcoming survey on the extent to which university students are willing to express their ideas.द्वारा The New Zealand Initiative
 
Are international students subsidising the education of domestic students in Australian universities – or is it the other way around? Why does Australia have quite so many international students anyway? Does China post a real risk to academic freedom in Australia? And how might Australia’s universities be reformed? In this wide-ranging interview ab…
 
Oliver Hartwich chats with ACT’s Transport and Climate Change spokesperson Simon Court about the Clean Car Scheme and how it's adding bureaucracy, not reducing emissions.द्वारा The New Zealand Initiative
 
In this episode Michael Johnston hosts Oliver Hartwich and Eric Crampton to discuss various European crises and how New Zealand should be learning from, and not repeating, the European mistakes.द्वारा The New Zealand Initiative
 
Ideology rather than evidence is the basis for the Ministry of Education’s (MoE) ‘Modern Leaning Environments’, research by The New Zealand Initiative has revealed.Dr Oliver Hartwich and Dr Michael Johnston discuss the fact that a government ministry could not produce data to support its policy for mass conversion of New Zealand’s classrooms to Inn…
 
Michael Johnston talked to leadership coach Kate Morton of Transformation Space about leadership in organisations and self-leadership as an antidote to anxiety. They also discussed the implications of Kate’s work for addressing rising levels of anxiety in teenagers and your people.द्वारा The New Zealand Initiative
 
Dr Eric Crampton interviews Scott Wilson in this follow up interview to their discussion about transport funding and getting roads built.In this episode they talk about the history of how New Zealand funded and financed roads, and the structures of getting roads approved.द्वारा The New Zealand Initiative
 
Are Māori dying earlier because they are Māori? Do Māori lead less healthy lives because they are being discriminated against? And how much racism is there in the New Zealand health system? These are the questions at the heart of a new report by Senior Fellow Dr Bryce Wikinson. Bryce researched claims made by the Government that systemic racism is …
 
Oliver Hartwich is joined by Retail NZ CEO, Greg Harford, to discuss the pressures retailers are facing in the current economic climate - crime, inflation, fair pay agreements, increasing costs of doing business, labour shortages, and Covid.द्वारा The New Zealand Initiative
 
Oliver Hartwich talks with Professor David Rozado from Otago Polytechnic about his research in positive/negative sentiment words and terms loaded with political connotations in academia and news/opinion articles from news media outlets.द्वारा The New Zealand Initiative
 
Scott Wilson joins Eric Crampton and Matthew Birchall to discuss the petrol excise holiday, sustainability of the land transport funding system, and what better options might be for the funding and financing of New Zealand roads in the future.द्वारा The New Zealand Initiative
 
There are many pressing problems facing New Zealand, but none more urgent than the decay of our once great education system. Every time a young person leaves school without basic literacy and numeracy, it is a travesty. Oliver Hartwich and Michael Johnston discuss the country's education emergency.द्वारा The New Zealand Initiative
 
Director of Economics for the Infrastructure Commission, Peter Nunns, talks to Eric Crampton, Chief Economist for The New Zealand Initiative, about his research on the size and scope of local government, as well as funding and financing mechanisms.द्वारा The New Zealand Initiative
 
A research note released today by The New Zealand Initiative mainly attributes the outbreak of inflation in many economies to central bank mistakes.Oliver Hartwich interviews co-authors Graeme Wheeler, former Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, and Bryce Wilkinson, Senior Research Fellow at The New Zealand Initiative.…
 
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