Treasury Staff Insights: Rangitaki
Page updated 18 Apr 2017
Treasury Staff Insights: Rangitaki are online articles prepared by individual staff members or by teams in the Treasury. Our aims are to share more of our thinking and to showcase the analysis and research of our talented staff.
Taking age into account by Paul Rodway. This Staff Insight article looks at the case for disaggregating parts of the National Accounts into single years of age to create National Transfer Accounts for New Zealand.
|18 Apr 2017||Paul Rodway||Taking age into account|
|7 Apr 2017||Angus White and Kyle Lunman||Half-year Financial Results for State-owned Enterprises and Airports|
|4 Apr 2017||Forecasting team||MEI Special Topic: March 2017 Business Talks|
|28 Mar 2017||Financial Markets team||New Zealand Export Credit Office: Recent mandate and products changes|
|15 Mar 2017||Naomi Bennett||New Zealand on top of the world for ease of doing business|
|7 Mar 2017||Forecasting team||MEI Special Topic: Recent Trends in Tax Revenue|
|8 Feb 2017||Forecasting team||MEI Special Topic: CPI Inflation|
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