We help clients evaluate market dynamics and evolving regulation resulting from convergence between the telecommunications, information technology, media and entertainment sectors.
We help public sector clients with choices and decision-making to maximise the cultural, social and economic value of scarce resources.
Principal Economisttodd.krieble[at]nzier [dot] org [dot] nz
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02 February 2016
By Todd Krieble
The government spends a half billion dollars on arts, culture and heritage each year but has little indication of what the public actually wants from public expenditure. At present mainly ‘experts’ decide what cultural goods and services should be supplied from the public purse.