- Foreign acquisition and the performance of New Zealand firms by Richard Fabling & Lynda Sanderson
- New Zealand households and the 2008/09 recession by Christopher Ball & Michael Ryan
- The S-curve dynamics of trade between the US and Korea: Evidence from commodity trade by Mohsen Bahmani-Oskooee & Jia Xu
- The composition of government expenditure with alternative choice mechanisms by John Creedy & Solmaz Moslehi
- Comparing merger enforcement across jurisdictions – New Zealand versus the European Union and the United States by Michael Pickford & Qing Gong Yang
- Should bonus points be included in the Six Nations Championship? by Niven Winchester
There’s been an interesting discussion on some economics blogs about the state of economics knowledge. It’s part of a larger and perennial discussion/debate about what we should research and teach. Continue reading
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