Economic impact analysis
We model the direct and indirect economic effects on industry and regions affected by significant policy changes and investments. This modelling helps our clients to understand the wider costs and benefits of their decision-making.
Our dynamic computable general equilibrium (CGE) model of the New Zealand economy offers our clients a robust evidence base of direct and indirect economic effects of proposed changes. Read more about our CGE model here.
Principal Economist & Head of Aucklandchristina.leung[at]nzier [dot] org [dot] nz
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Economic impact of Uber Eats: Assessing the impact of Uber Eats on the restaurant sector and the wider New Zealand economy
22 September 2020
By Christina Leung, Milad Maralani and Eugene Isack
Uber Eats asked NZIER to assess its economic contribution, and the contribution of Ready to Eat (RTE) services.
The potential local and regional impacts of COVID-19 in New Zealand: with a focus on tourism - NZIER Public Discussion Paper 2020/3
13 August 2020
By Christina Leung