In recent years Derek has extensively researched, taught and published on a range of public policy and management issues, while based at the Institute of Policy Studies at Victoria University.
Derek's previous experience spans work in the public and private not-for-profit sectors and included roles; as a general manager in a service delivery organisation, with the OECD and central agencies in New Zealand, as well as a diplomat and policy advisor. Derek has served as a long-standing Board Chair and Treasurer on a number of voluntary organisations.
- derek.gill[at]nzier [dot] org [dot] nz
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BA (Hons) | Dip Acc | MA
Modelling by NZIER suggests that New Zealand medium term exposure to US withdrawal from World Trade Organisation (WTO) is surprisingly limited. We modelled five different scenarios of global and New Zealand responses to the US imposing tariff rates last seen in the great depression. While impact is negative for both the US and China in all scenarios, the change in New Zealand GDP is less than 1%.