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Motu affiliate Troy Baisden appeared on RNZ’s The Panel to discuss silt problems after recent cyclones.
Feb 28, 2023
Arthur Grimes appeared on a CNBC documentary on the origins of a 2% inflation target.
Feb 21, 2023
Thomas Benison and Julia Talbot-Jones had an article published in The Conversation about the challenges of collecting data on water use in Aotearoa New Zealand and the policy implications of such challenges. It is based on…
Feb 8, 2023
A new Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment report says we need to know if Aotearoa New Zealand's environment protection is making a difference. The report says we needs more data to find this out and that Motu…
Oct 18, 2022
Stuff covered Motu's research that estimates the size of gender and ethnic pay gaps in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Oct 12, 2022
Research done by Motu shows New Zealand women wanting to work are missing out on approximately $116m a year because of barriers to accessing childcare. The system doesn’t work for at least half of all women.…
Oct 1, 2022
The percentage of male NZ university students is at an all-time low. Motu's Izi Sin says in the Otago Daily Times the dominance of women in higher education won't necessarily lead to more women getting senior jobs…
Sep 21, 2022
Niven Winchester was interviewed for a New York Times article on forestry and climate policy.
Aug 11, 2022
Occupational drift captures the gradual evolution of occupational mix over time as a proportion of the total workforce. It's arguably the best measure of long-run labour market change from the perspective of workers. Our Dave Maré…
Dec 12, 2019
A recent report by Motu Economic and Public Policy Research focusses on the characteristics of the ECE workforce including how often people enter and leave the sector and where workers come from and move to.…
Dec 5, 2019
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