2022 Insights Newsletters

 

Insights 35: 23 September: Education in an evidence-free environment | The value in Vogel | A conference nightmare

Insights 34: 16 September: A plan for real change | Uncoordinated policy | Celebrating political entrepreneurs

Insights 33: 9 September: Her Majesty the Queen (1926 - 2022)

Insights 32: 2 September: Absence of accurate diagnosis | Credit where credit is due | A cunning plan

Insights 31: 26 August: Lessons from the Celtic Tiger| Hoskin vs. Hosking| I trust you mate

Insights 30: 19 August: The curious Dr Wilkinson| A pretence of learning| A PM congratulates Forsty

Insights 29: 12 August: First, get people into debt | Too Fast, too Furious | Political psychoanalysis

Insights 28: 5 August: The ComCom’s New Lamp Post | Applied history | Welcome to Niceness U

Insights 27: / 29 July: Focus on price stability | Crying fowl | Misplaced ambition

Insights 26: / 22 July: No trivial pursuit | Inflation in NZ | The return of the rent-seeking society

Insights 25: / 15 July: Economic mismanagement | Joining the Initiative | Beehive rebuts misplaced fears

Insights 24: / 8 July: “Minister’s false justifications” | NIMBY In Chief | Risk assessment

Insights 23: / 1 July: The meaning of independence | Don’t delay literacy | Numeracy quiz for the MoH

Insights 22: / 23 June: NZ’s economy a shadow of its former self | Expecting better | The jury is out

Insights 21: / 17 June: RBNZ’s cultural appropriation | Quality regulation | Envying Sisyphus

Insights 20: / 10 June: Pricing agricultural emissions| Health "reform" | Welcome to the machine

Insights 19: / 3 June: Serious Recession? | Economics in the New Zealand media | Lamentable ignorance about ignorance

Insights 18: / 27 May: How central banking lost its way | Poorly performing regulators | " Grant Robertson ” defends Budget 2022

Insights 17: / 20 May: The Whistling-in-the-Dark Budget | Blowing the budget | A Spinoff tax strategy

Insights 16: / 13 May: Budget previews | Literacy Symposium | Bridges to Ukraine

Insights 15: / 6 May: Too much of a good thing | "Fairly tax the rich?” | Impossible things

Insights 14: / 29 April: Victory for democracy? | “Revolution” in economic thinking | Govt lottery

Insights 13: / 22 April: Reconnecting to the world | A ‘losers’ list’ for MMP? |Unlicensed occupations

Insights 12: / 14 April: Extortionary business | Fair Pay bonanza | Gotcha, Albanese

Insights 11: / 8 April: Housing games | Educational inequality matters | Fair play and unfair pay

Insights 10: / 1 April: Special 10th anniversary edition | Bill English, Josie Pagani and Oliver Hartwich on a decade of Initiative

Insights 9: / 25 March: Welcome to the 1970s | Gratuitous hardship | Take a walk

Insights 8: 18 March: Excise tax holiday doubly wrong | A bad portent | No excuse for being Russian

Insights 7: / 11 March: The economic consequences of the war | The education agenda | Defending satire

Insights 6: / 4 March: New Zealand shares West's negligence | Flying blind | The West stands tall

Insights 5: / 25 February: Our generation’s historic challenge | Getting ourselves through | Unsanctioned trespass breeds lawlessness | MoH to block retail sale of thermometers

Insights 4: / 18 February: Transparency, please | Financial storm brewing | Finally, growth for Europe

Insights 3:/ 11 February: Finding consensus | Backdoor central planning | The one without the asset prices

Insights 2: / 4 February: OECD’s blindspot | Overseas investment red tape | Intentionally blank

Insights 1: / 28 January: Our final Groundhog Day? | Unemployment smoke and mirrors | Punishing prudence 



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