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Guest Lectures by Visiting Academics

Page updated 21 Mar 2018

Details of upcoming lectures and access to the abstracts, speakers' presentations and papers provided by Guest Lecturers.

At least once every month, leading academics from New Zealand and overseas are invited to present a scholarly lecture at the Treasury. The speakers are invited to present an overview on a particular theme, drawing on their own research and teaching, and are encouraged to draw out implications for policy formation. The lectures are intended to be a source of intellectual stimulation, and to foster debate within the Treasury.

The Treasury invites a wide range of participants from universities, research institutes, other departments, and the private sector to these lectures. The Treasury has prepared a Guide for Visiting Lecturers.

Past seminars are listed below with links to any available material from the lecture.

Upcoming Lectures

Upcoming Guest Lectures are advertised here and on the home page of this web site. You can subscribe to receive information and updates about the Guest Lecture Series via e-mail.

There will be a 'social investment' theme running through a number of the Treasury guest lectures in the coming months. You will increasingly be hearing the words 'social investment;' which is a critical priority for the current Government. The Treasury will be hosting a number of seminars in the coming months to bring in different perspectives and stimulate innovation in developing social investment and making it real. Look out for a range of guest speakers talking about what social investment means to them, including social service providers and charities, local and central public servants, academics and business people. For more information see the Social Investment page.


Kelly Shen | Programme Administrator for the Guest Lecture Series
Tel: +64 4 917 6295


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