The Treasury hosts or attends a number of events each year, ranging from financial announcements and lock-ups to graduate recruitment fairs.
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This talk by Professor Kevin Fox will present new research on the effectiveness of alternative uses of public funds in supporting Research and Development (R&D).
The productivity slowdown across industrialised countries since around 2004 is a topic of much interest to academic researchers and policy makers.
Climate change already significantly affects growth and productivity and will do so even more in the future.
Join us for a conversation with economist Professor David Teece, who is a specialist and thought leader in industrial organisation, technological change, and innovation.
The Australian Productivity Commission released its 5-yearly Productivity report in March 2023.
Aotearoa New Zealand’s economic context is very different to most other advanced economies, which are mainly situated in Europe, North America, and East Asia.
Business activity is a major source of global greenhouse gas emissions and urgent action is required across all sectors to achieve net zero.
In this talk, Chad Syverson (University of Chicago Booth School of Business) will discuss the primary economic challenge of our time, the worldwide productivity slowdown.
Join us for the first seminar under our new 'productivity in a changing world' theme with the World Bank’s Ayhan Kose and Franziska Ohnsorge, co-authors of a recently published book “Falling Long-Term Growth Prospects: Trends, Expectations, an
Throughout our work on Te Tai Waiora the Treasury hosted a range of international and domestic wellbeing experts, who shared their diverse perspectives via a series of wellbeing seminars.