2020 Insights Newsletters

Insights 38 / 9 October: All Blacks lessons | Getting serious about recovery | Working group enlightenment

Insights 37 / 2 October: New Zealand won | Equitable and excellent education? | A flummoxed economist

Insights 36 / September 25:  New Zealand’s top job | Casting a better referendum ballot | Half-baked

Insights 35 / September 18: The worst is yet to come | No grounds for complacency | Retail therapy

Insights 34 / September 11: Let’s keep hoping | Shedding light on democracy | Twelve days of election bribes

Insights 33 / September 4: Shovel-ready or not | Sweden, mortality postponed | Dangerous principles

Insights 32 / August 28: Turning cities into ghost towns | Easing border pains | A dog's tail

Insights 31 / August 21: Bordering on policy | Covid-19 costs and benefits | The art of thinking

Insights 30 / August 14:  Living with Covid-19? | Rethink needed for Lvl 3 rules | The State of Schooling

Insights 29 / August 7: Don’t fix the PGF. Abolish it | Pharmac good, subsidies bad | Cultural enrichment

Insights 28 / July 31: The Infinite Price of Free | Schooling’s unspoken trade-off | Tax is love?

Insights 27 / July 24: Safe arrivals | Pharmac | Burkean democracy

Insights 26/ July 17: Salt of democracy | Cannabis in the US | Australia’s new normal

Insights 25/ July 10:  An unserious recovery | Political distraction | Lack of privacy

Insights 24/July 3: Bordering on conversations | A plan for poverty | Statues, rice and ice cream

Insights 23/June 26: The price for overcaution | Playing politics with Public Health | Card games

Insights 22 / June 19: Safety first | Dangerous Forestry Bill | Let’s not borrow to save

Insights 21 / June 12: Another global scourge | Someone else’s money | Democracy is not a fairy-tale

Insights 20 / June 5: No sign of strategic thinking | Carbon and housing | Local Experience

Insights 19 / May 29: Our economic future | East Asia: Covid-19 role model  | Give us a break

Insights 18 / May 22: Budget response to Covid -19 | International confidence matters | Being direct about investment

Insights 17 / May 15: Election year budget | Covid-19-free superpower | ATTENTION CITIZENS

Insights 16/ May 8: Fool me once, fool me twice | Why Taiwan is winning against Covid-19 | When not even the shovels are shovel-ready

Insights 15/ May 1:  The path to recovery | Inequity in schooling | Bake sale: Victoria University

Insights 14/ April 24: Seven principles for recovery | Lessons from South Korea | Media Funding

Insights 13/ April 17: Be careful what you wish for | Government’s Covid-19 strategy | Covid Plastics

Insights 12/ April 9: A flight to safety | The unexpected winner of Covid-19: China  | Wage subsidies compared

Insights 11/ April 3: The missing half of a coherent Covid-19 strategy | Suffocating media | Committed to making New Zealand the safest country?

Insights 10/ March 27: Working for New Zealand | A better approach to hold onto jobs | Coronavirus decision-making needs new Act of Parliament

Insights 9/ March 20: Emergency finance | Difficult conversation needed over knowledge | What I won’t miss while on quarantine

Insights Covid 19 Special/ March 17

Insights 8/ March 13: We will all be Italian | Great education needs a push | Quarantainment

Insights 7/ March 6: Defending western civilisation | Virus and globalisation | Only logical

Insights 6/ February 28: Tied up in knots about knowledge | The problem with free speech | Skipping school

Insights 5/ February 21: Where do we go from here? | Nowhere to live | A guide to political foundations

Insights 4/ February 14: Contracting is not a problem | Crossing opinion with news | Tinder economy

Insights 3/ February 7: Brexit without the drama | In praise of our majority defiant teachers  | Tied up

Insights 2/ January 31: Congestion pricing | Mining for New Zealanders | In defense of boring names 

Insights 1/ January 24: Our biggest social scandal | Teaching subject knowledge | New Year, New Me

 

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