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Motu News May 2016

Motu participates with researchers from several universities in Te Punaha Matatini—a Centre of Research Excellence devoted to modelling and understanding complex systems. TPM director Shaun Hendy has just published an important book Silencing Science (BWB…

Motu News March 2016

In this issue of our e-newsletter, you will learn about the World Bank's emissions trading system handbook - a project co-led and co-authored by Motu that will be used around the world. This kind of…

Motu Research Update #25

The annual edition of Motu's newsletter, Motu Research Update, is now available. It contains articles drawing from this year's research, a list of publications, and updates on people and activities at Motu. We aim to…

Motu News December 2015

Over the last year, Motu researchers undertook important research in environment and resources, urban and regional economics, population and labour, productivity and innovation, and macroeconomics and wellbeing. Some of our more recent projects are featured…

Motu Research Update #24

In this issue: The Role of Technology Policy in Addressing Climate Change Value and Culture The Long and Winding Road to Policy Certainty on Emissions Pricing  

Motu Research Update #23

In this issue: Life after Kyoto: how could New Zealand’s decision to opt out of the Kyoto protocol affect the way we address climate change over the next decade? “Warm Up New Zealand: Heat Smart” evaluation National Wellbeing…

Motu Research Update #22

In this issue: Historical Land Use Patterns: Learning about Rural Land Use Change The International Diffusion of Knowledge Creating a Forest Profit Dataset  

Motu Research Update #21

In this issue: Patterns of Population Location in Auckland Designing Policy to Protect New Zealand’s Water Quality Strengthening International Ties through Internships

Motu Research Update #20

In this issue: Managing risks in emissions trading markets. Looking forward after the quake. Saving New Zealand: PAYGO v SAYGO super schemes.