Tax to stop 'bad' behaviour dents level playing field
Professor Norman Gemmell discusses the new capital gains tax in the Dominion Post.
2015 Budget Commentary
Professor Norman Gemmel comments on what the 2015 Budget means for New Zealand's economy.
2015 Public Finance debate series
Make sure you come along to the next debate on 22 June - Registration and further information
The Government Economics Network and Chair in Public Finance invite you to join them for a series of debates on topical public finance issues:
Debate 1: Today’s policy settings unfairly favour the baby boomer generation, 20 April 2015
Debate 2: Economic evidence should play a greater role in health policy evaluation, 20 May 2015
Debate 3: The ‘investment approach’ provides a helpful new tool for public spending policy and evaluation, 22 June 2015
Debates will run from April through to June.
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