NZIER working papers from 1983-2000

07 December 2000

Please contact NZIER's library re availability of these papers.

2000; 1999; 1998; 1997; 1996; 1995; 1994; 1993; 1992; 1991; 1990; 1989; 1987; 1986; 1985; 1984; 1983; 1982

2000

WP 2000/1  $80.00

QSBO results and graphs for December 1999, By Lisa Yee.

WP 2000/2  $80.00

QSBO results and graphs for March 2000, By Lisa Yee.

WP 2000/3

Devolving Forest Ownership through Privatisation. Processes, issues and outcomes.

WP 2000/4

Real barriers to trade in forest products

WP 2000/5  $80.00

QSBO results and graphs for June 2000.
By Lisa Yee.

1999

WP 99/1
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QSBO results and graphs December 1998, By Jane Barnett

WP 99/2
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QSBO results and graphs March 1999, By Donna Purdue

WP 99/3
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QSBO results and graphs June 1999, By Donna Purdue

WP 99/4
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QSBO results and graphs September 1999, By Donna Purdue

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Free online

The economics of waste management and recycling in New Zealand,
By Peter Clough and Laurence Dolan

WP 99/6

The full social cost of road accidents, By Jane Barnett, Peter Clough and Vhari McWha

1998, Back to top of page

WP 98/1

$80.00

QSBO results and graphs December 1997, by Matthew Hassan

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Trend data: New Zealand’s international linkages, by Ian Duncan and Doug Steel

WP 98/3

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QSBO results and graphs March 1998, by Matthew Hassan

WP 98/4

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Parallel importing: a theoretical and empirical investigation, by NZIER. A report to the Ministry of Commerce.

WP 98/5

$45.00

Foreign direct investment in New Zealand forestry, by Mary Clarke. Paper for the New Zealand Institute of Forestry’s conference on investment, April 1998.

WP 98/6

$45.00

A presentation on using QSBO to forecast exports and investment, by Phil Briggs

 WP 98/7

$80.00

QSBO results and graphs June 1998, by Matthew Hassan

WP 98/8

$45.00

Immigration and economic and social participation, By Alex Sundakov.  Presentation to the Population Conference, Wellington November 1997

WP 98/9

$45.00

Fiscal modelling:  comparison of Treasury and N
ZIER fiscal models,

by Diana Cook

WP 98/10

$50.00

Fiscal Modelling:  middle ground scenarios,

By Diana Cook and Phil Briggs

WP 98/11

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Fiscal modelling:  a comparison of the 1992 NZIER LTFM with the current Treasury LTFM, by Diana Cook

WP 98/12

$45.00

Fiscal modelling:  policy change scenarios,

By Diana Cook

WP 98/13

$45.00

Fiscal modelling:  combination policy scenarios,

By Diana Cook

WP 98/14

$50.00

Gender wage gap:  scenarios of the gender wage gap,

By Diana Cook and Phil Briggs

WP 98/15

$50.00

Gender wage gap:  part two.  An assessment of the relative impact of each industry, by Jane Barnett

WP 98/16

$100.00

New Zealand fisheries:  co-management an property rights, by Mary Clarke and Peter Clough

1997, Back to top of page

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NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts December 1996, by Julian Peters

WP 97/2

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QSBO results and graphs December 1996, by David Cooling

WP 97/3

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New Zealand input/output table 1992/93 for GTAP version 4, by Gerard Malcolm

WP 97/4

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QSBO results and graphs March 1997, by David Cooling

WP 97/5

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QSBO results and graphs June 1997, by Matthew Hassan

WP 97/6

$45.00

Global wood availability changes and New Zealand’s forest products trade: a general equilibrium analysis, by Gerard Malcolm

WP 97/7

$140.00

The economic effects of the 1931 Hawke’s Bay earthquake, by Simon Chapple

WP 97/8

$120.00

Savings in New Zealand: a background paper, by John Savage

WP 97/9

$80.00

QSBO results and graphs September 1997, by Matthew Hassan

WP 97/10

$120.00

An investigation into aspects of the ECA, by Tracy Mears and John Savage

WP 97/11

$50.00

New Zealand migration: business-related flows ‑ their role in internationalisation, by Ian Duncan, John Yeabsley and Alan Bollard. TIMS Project Working Paper no 2

WP 97/12

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Settling policy: policy issues in migrant choice and settlement, by John Yeabsley. Paper for the Population Conference, Wellington, Nov 1997

WP 97/13

$50.00

Economic determinants of trade, investment and migration: a transaction cost framework, by Alan Bollard. TIMS Project Working Paper no 1

WP 97/14

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Interactions between trade and investment, by Alan Bollard. TIMS Project Working Paper no 3

WP 97/15

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Implications of trade, investment and migration for economic internationalisation, by Alan Bollard. TIMS Project Working Paper no 4

1996, Back to top of page

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QSBO results and graphs December 1995, by Phil Briggs

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NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts: December 1995, by Julian Peters

WP 96/3

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Government involvement in health and safety: a literature review, by Simon Chapple and Tracy Mears

WP 96/4

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Phillips and the inflation-unemployment trade-off, by Simon Chapple

WP 96/5

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NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts March 1996, by Julian Peters

WP 96/6

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QSBO results and graphs March 1996, by Phil Briggs

WP 96/7

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A preliminary report of the results of a survey on the Employment Contracts Act, by John Savage and David Cooling

WP 96/8

$45.00

A simple framework for analysing the impact of the ECA, by John Savage

WP 96/9

$110.00

What do we know about the economic impacts of the ECA? by John Savage

WP 96/10

Economic aspects of world trade and New Zealand’s dairy industry, by John Yeabsley. Address to the Dairy Technology Conference, Hamilton, June 1996.

WP 96/11

$112.00

Determinants of house prices in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch: 1980-1995, by Julian Peters and John Savage

WP 96/12

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QSBO results and graphs for June 1996, by David Cooling and Julian Peters

WP 96/13

$100.00

Sticky money and wages, by Simon Chapple

WP 96/14

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New Zealand real exchange rates 1984-1995, by Gerard Malcolm

WP 96/15

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NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts: June 1996, by Julian Peters

WP 96/16

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Light handed regulation, by John Yeabsley

WP 96/17

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Tradeable absorption obligations for CO2 policy in New Zealand, by S Gale, P Read and P Clough

WP 96/18

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Insolvency law: a review of economic literature, by Tracy Mears and John Yeabsley

WP 96/19

$75.00

Overseas direct investment: some international comparisons, by Alan Bollard. FRST

WP 96/20

$200.00

A review of EECA’s Energetics / Wilkenfield report on minimum energy performance standards, by NZIER, SRC International Pty Ltd and Energy Efficient Strategies with assistance from Dialogue Consultants Ltd.

WP 96/21

$95.00

Trade and the environment: implications for New Zealand, by Allan Rae and Chris Nixon. FRST

WP 96/22

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The effects of trade liberalisation on the New Zealand environment, by Anton Meister

WP 96/23

$45.00

NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts: September 1996, by Julian Peters

WP 96/24

$80.00

QSBO results and graphs September 1996, by David Cooling

WP 96/25

$130.00

Overseas direct investment: New Zealand investments in East Asia by Rolf Cremer. FRST

WP 96/26

$100.00

Land transport pricing issues: theoretical analysis and assessment of discussion papers, by Simon Chapple, Stephen Gale and Gerard Malcolm

WP 96/27

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Demand elasticities in GTAP: a comparison with New Zealand empirical studies, by Gerard Malcolm

WP 96/28

$72.00

The exchange rate and macroeconomic management in New Zealand, by John Savage.  Paper for PECC PEO/Structure Meeting, Osaka, Japan, Sept 1996.

WP 96/29

$55.00

Disinflation and equilibrium participation rates across the OECD, by Simon Chapple. Paper for Labour and Employment Conference, Wellington, Nov 1996.

*WP 96/30

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Overseas direct investment: New Zealand investments in Chile (and Canada), by John Yeabsley

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Overseas direct investment: New Zealand company experiences, by David Cooling

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Paper not available

1995, Back to top of page

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QSBO results & graphs December 1994, by Phil Briggs

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Capital flows in New Zealand: 1980 to 1993, by Pat Colgate. Paper for PECC Meeting March 1995

WP 95/3
$107.00

Before and after the fall: New Zealand economists on the post-war unemployment experience, by Simon Chapple

WP 95/4
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Household financial assets, liabilities and savings, by Kathryn Featherstone

 

WP 95/5
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Literature review on the economic impact of immigration, by Simon Chapple, Susi Gorbey, John Yeabsley and in collaboration with Jacques Poot

WP 95/6
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NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts: March 1995, by Kathryn Featherstone

WP 95/7
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QSBO results and graphs March 1995, by Phil Briggs

WP 95/8
$90.00

Scepticism on NAIRU-based explanations of New Zealand's unemployment, by Simon Chapple

WP 95/9
$97.00

Open economy wage-led expansion, by Simon Chapple

WP 95/10
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Effective demand in Kalecki's early macroeconomics, by Simon Chapple

WP 95/11
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Measuring the capital stock: a scoping study, by Simon Chapple

 

WP 95/12
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Trade in manufactured goods, by Pat Colgate

WP 95/13
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Estimation of market and non-market totals for gross fixed capital formation, by Phil Briggs

WP 95/14
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QSBO result and graphs June 1995, by Phil Briggs

WP 95/15
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NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts: June 1995, by Julian Peters

WP 95/16
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Tourism development: the role of local government, by Ian Duncan

WP 95/17
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Macro-stability & expectational errors, by Simon Chapple

WP 95/18
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Cyclical divergences in prices and quantities in the tradeable and non-tradeable sectors, by Simon Chapple

WP 95/19
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Reflecting on the Weddel case: some economic aspects, by John Yeabsley

WP 95/20
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Employment, job-loss and unemployment under rapid structural adjustment: a dynamic analysis of the New Zealand labour market, by Henry W Herzog Jr

WP 95/21
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Dynamic general equilibrium modelling of world agricultural trade impacts on New Zealand: an appraisal of a prototype model, by Brian Philpott & Ganesh Nana

WP 95/22
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Reviewing models of international trade, by Chris Nixon

WP 95/23
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Money wage stickiness: a preliminary investigation, by Simon Chapple

WP 95/24
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QSBO results and graphs September 1995, by Phil Briggs

WP 95/25
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Background information on transport issues in New Zealand, by Chris Nixon

WP 95/26
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Outward direct investment: definitions & data sources, by Doug James. ODI report paper no.1. FORST.

WP 95/27
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Outward direct investment: balance of payments statistics, by Pat Colgate. ODI report paper no.2. FORST.

WP 95/28
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Outward direct investment: a framework for analysis, by Alan Bollard and Rolf Cremer. ODI report paper no.3. FORST.

WP 95/29
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NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts: September 1995, by Julian Peters

WP 95/30
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Adding value to New Zealand’s agricultural products: overseas comparisons, by Chris Nixon

WP 95/31
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Value added in New Zealand agriculture: a survey, by Chris Nixon

WP 95/32
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Outward direct investment: analysis of patterns from company data, by David Cooling. ODI report paper no.4. FORST.

WP 95/33
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The fiscal impacts of an aging population, by Diana Cook and John Savage

WP 95/34
$110.00

A perpetual inventory capital stock series, by Simon Chapple and Tracy Mears

WP 95/35
$47.00

Uncharted seas? The economics of New Zealand maritime security, by John Yeabsley. Paper presented to Maritime Security Conference, Wellington, 1995.

1994, Back to top of page

WP 94/1

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QSBO results and graphs January 1994, by Phil Briggs

WP 94/2

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QSBO Supplementary Survey on Employment, by Alan Bollard and Phil Briggs

WP 94/3

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A theoretical framework for analysing the distributional effects of corporatisation and privatisation, by Alan Bollard

WP 94/4

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NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts : March 1994, by Kathryn Featherstone

WP 94/5

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Notes on economic policy setting under MMP, by Alan Bollard. Presentation to MMP : Managing the Political/Public Sector Interface Conference, March 1994

WP 94/6

$80.00

QSBO results and graphs April 1994, by Phil Briggs

WP 94/7

$62.00

Inflation targeting & the impact on the tradeable sector, by Simon Chapple

WP 94/8

$45.00

How great was the depression in New Zealand? A neglected estimate of inter-war GNP, by Simon Chapple

WP 94/9

$45.00

Assessment of NZIER forecast accuracy, by Kathryn Featherstone and Doug James

WP 94/10

$165.00

Searching for the heffalump? An exploration into sectoral productivity & growth in New Zealand, by Simon Chapple

WP 94/11

$45.00

NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts: June 1994, by Kathryn Featherstone

WP 94/12

$90.00

Demand for new motor vehicles, by Kathryn Featherstone

WP 94/13

$45.00

The GATT Settlement : analysis of its impact on New Zealand agriculture, by Allan N Rae and Chris Nixon

WP 94/14

$80.00

QSBO results and graphs July 1994, by Phil Briggs

WP 94/15

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Michal Kalecki : a bibliographical essay, by Simon Chapple

WP 94/16

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HLFS - consistent labour market data, by Simon Chapple

WP 94/17

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Agriculture trade reform : the GATT outcome, by Allan N Rae and Chris G Nixon. FORST

WP 94/18

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Foreign direct investment in New Zealand : definitions, data and determinants, by Ian Duncan. FORST

WP 94/19

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Corporatisation and privatisation - welfare effects, by Ian Duncan. FORST

WP 94/20

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Population forecasting, by Doug James. FORST

WP 94/21

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Sources of shocks to the New Zealand economy, by Kathryn Featherstone

WP 94/22

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The world food economy and its impact on New Zealand, by Brian Easton

WP 94/23

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The long run : New Zealand as a high performing system, by John Yeabsley

WP 94/24

$45.00

NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts : September 1994, by Kathryn Featherstone

WP 94/25

$80.00

QSBO results and graphs October 1994, by Phil Briggs

WP 94/26

Now  Research Monograph 66

Full employment : whence it came & where it went, by Simon Chapple

WP 94/27

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NZIER Survey of participants at Auckland briefing, by Phil Briggs

WP 94/28

$85.00

The Layard and Nickell model of unemployment and some issues adapting it to New Zealand, by Simon Chapple and Brian Silverstone

WP 94/29

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The GATT agreement : a general equilibrium analysis of its impact on the New Zealand economy by the end of the century, by Brian Philpott and Ganesh Nana

WP 94/30

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Inflationary influences from manufacturing profit margins, by Simon Chapple

WP 94/31

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NZIER/ New Zealand consensus forecasts: December 1994, by Kathryn Featherstone

WP 94/32

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New Zealand's economic environment, by Chris Nixon

WP 94/33

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The evolution of New Zealand's electricity supply structure, by John Culy, E G Read and B D Wright. Draft version

1993, Back to top of page

WP 93/1

 

QSBO results and graphs January 1993, prepared by Phil Briggs

WP 93/2

 

Political economy of liberalisation in New Zealand, by Alan Bollard. Paper presented to Conference of Institute of International Economics

WP 93/3

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QSBO results and graphs April 1993, prepared by Phil Briggs

WP 93/4

 

Notes on quantification of public benefit in the context of the Commerce Act, by Alan Bollard

WP 93/5

 

Profile of manufacturing, by Ian Duncan and Kathryn Featherstone

WP 93/6

 

Business dynamics in New Zealand 1987-1991, by Gerard Malcolm

WP 93/7

 

The impact of Clinton's economic policies on New Zealand, by Alan Bollard

WP 93/8

 

Investment and growth : current New Zealand issues, by C J (Stan) Vandersyp

WP 93/9

 

Tables from the QSBO ECA Survey, by Phil Briggs

WP 93/10

Availability/utilisation links in general medical practice in New Zealand, by Gerard Malcolm

WP 93/11

Analysis of the QSBO ECA Survey results, by Phil Briggs

WP 93/12

 

A note on AFTA and its implications for New Zealand, by Alan Bollard

WP 93/13

NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts : March 1993, by Kathryn Featherstone

WP 93/14

NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts June 1993, by Kathryn Featherstone

WP 93/15

 

Japanese direct investment in New Zealand, by Masahiko Ebashi

WP 93/16

QSBO results and graphs July 1993, by Phil Briggs

WP 93/17

 

The real wage debate : a critical survey, by Simon Chapple

WP 93/18

 

The impact of government fiscal and monetary policy on the household sector, by Kathryn Featherstone, Phil Briggs, Brendan O'Donovan and Stan Vandersyp

WP 93/19

The impact of wheat deregulation on the arable industry, by Chris Nixon

WP 93/20

SWOPSIM modelling framework, by Chris Nixon and Allan Rae

WP 93/21

The implication of a global trade reform on the New Zealand economy, by B Philpott and G Nana

WP 93/22

Agricultural trade reform : analysis of current proposals, by Allan Rae and Chris Nixon

WP 93/23

Cancelled

WP 93/24

The impact of deregulation on the retail petrol industry, by M Kidd

WP 93/25

The deregulation of the wheat and flour milling industries, by I Ali

WP 93/26

 

Fast-growing firms : theoretical foundations and international evidence, by David Harper and Alan Bollard

WP 93/27

 

Fast-growing firms : methodology and results, by Gerard Malcolm

WP 93/28

 

Fast-growing firms : policy implications and economic effects, by Alan Bollard

WP 93/29

 

Price-cost margins, by Simon Chapple

WP 93/30

 

A cost-benefit analysis framework for the Resource Management Act, by Peter Clough and Brett Longley

WP 93/31

Soil conservation and the Resource Management Act. Full report, by Peter Clough and Doug Hicks

WP 93/32

Economic instruments and visitor services on the public estate, by Peter Clough

WP 93/33

The impact of government fiscal and monetary policy on the household sector : model simulation results, by Kathryn Featherstone, with assistance from Phil Briggs and Brendan O'Donovan

WP 93/34

NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts : September 1993, by Kathryn Featherstone

WP 93/35

 

Backdating the Household Labour Force Survey, by Susi Gorbey, Phil Briggs and Simon Chapple

WP 93/36

QSBO results and graphs October 1993, by Phil Briggs

WP 93/37

Foreign direct investment in New Zealand, by Masahiko Ebashi with Doug James

WP 93/38

Cancelled

WP 93/39

 

Product market flexibility : concepts & indicators, by David Harper, Alan Bollard and David Mayes

WP 93/40

NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts : December 1993, by Kathryn Featherstone

1992, Back to top of page

WP 92/1

 

New Zealand's experience with consumption tax, by Alan Bollard

WP 92/2

Entrepreneurship in New Zealand : foundations for a public policy framework, by David Harper

WP 92/3

New Zealand links with Asia, by Masahiko Ebashi

WP 92/4

 

NZIER/New Zealand consensus forecasts, prepared by C J (Stan) Vandersyp  and Brendan O'Donovan

WP 92/5

Changing patterns of foreign direct investment in the Pacific region : New Zealand country paper, by Pat Colgate and Kathryn Featherstone

WP 92/6

 

Asset price volatility, by Paul McNelis and Brendan O'Donovan

WP 92/7

 

Long run determinants of New Zealand manufactured exports, by Pat Colgate and Kathryn Featherstone

WP 92/8

The impact of economic change on the construction sector, by Alan Bollard

WP 92/9

Natural resource accounting for New Zealand's indigenous forests, by Peter Clough

WP 92/10

Modelling of superannuation, by Phil Briggs, Gerard Malcolm, Brendan O'Donovan and C J (Stan) Vandersyp

WP 92/11

 

How economically stressed firms adjust, by Alan Bollard and L Fraser Jackson

WP 92/12

Economic stress in the NZ business sector 1975-1992, by Alan Bollard and L Fraser Jackson

WP 92/13

 

The impact of the economy for business management, by Alan Bollard

WP 92/14

Some practical aspects of the NZIER measure of capacity utilisation, by Brian Silverstone

WP 92/15

 

Commercial office space demand : a note, by C J (Stan) Vandersyp

WP 92/16

QSBO results and graphs October 1992, prepared by Phil Briggs

WP 92/17

 

Development of more advanced embryology technologies for livestock. Embryology project no. 5, by Chris Nixon

WP 92/18

 

The effects of more advanced embryo technologies on the livestock industry and the processing and marketing of livestock. Embryology project no. 6, by Chris Nixon

WP 92/19

 

Embryology technology : strategic marketing options study. Embryology project no. 7, by Dr T D Cullwick and W R Jackson

WP 92/20

Islands of excellence? A study into private sector management in New Zealand, by David Harper and Colin Campbell-Hunt with Bob Hamilton

WP 92/21

 

Recent developments in embryology for livestock, by Dr R Welch

WP 92/22

 

Islands of excellence? A study into private sector management in New Zealand. Summary, by David Harper and Colin Campbell-Hunt with Bob Hamilton

WP 92/23

An analysis of change at the level of the firm: A prelude to a definition of stress, by L F Jackson and A E Bollard

1991, Back to top of page

WP 91/1

Real economy aspects of Australia-New Zealand currency integration, by David Grimmond

WP 91/2

The effects of embryology technology on the livestock industry, by Chris Nixon

WP 91/3

Estimation and forecasting of forestry stocks data, by John Savage

WP 91/4

Economic reform and internationalisation : an overview, by Alan Bollard

WP 91/5

Economic liberalisation in New Zealand : it was the best of times, it was the worst of times, by Alan Bollard

WP 91/6

A note on Chinese-New Zealand economic relations in the Year of the Sheep, by Alan Bollard

WP 91/7

European integration and the competitiveness of New Zealand, by David G Mayes

WP 91/8

The effect of electricity tariff reforms on cogeneration, by Stephen Gale and Ian Douglas

WP 91/9

Electricity tariffs and the gas industry, by Stephen Gale

WP 91/10

Public enterprise reform in New Zealand since 1984, by Ian Duncan

WP 91/11

Fishing export statistics, by Chris Nixon

WP 91/12

1991 survey of structural change, by David Harper and Gerard Malcolm

WP 91/13

Fishing industry employment statistics, by Brendan O'Donovan

WP 91/14

From financial indulgence to fiscal repentance : Chile, Ireland and New Zealand, by Paul McNelis and Alan Bollard

WP 91/15

Government sector reform in New Zealand 1984-1991, by C J (Stan) Vandersyp

WP 91/16

Corporatisation and privatisation in New Zealand, by Alan Bollard and David Mayes

WP 91/17

An economic evaluation of embryology for the dairy industry, by Alan Bollard

WP 91/18

Evaluation of embryo techniques for New Zealand, by Alan Bollard and Chris Nixon

 

WP 91/19

The effects of embryology technology on the processing and marketing of livestock, by Alan Bollard and Chris Nixon

WP 91/20

New Zealand evidence on the relationship between inflation uncertainty and output, by David Grimmond

WP 91/21

Research priorities and a public policy framework for small businesses in New Zealand, by David Harper and Alan Bollard

WP 91/22

The prospects for energy modelling, by John Culy and Stephen Gale, with E Grant Read. 2v.

1990, Back to top of page

WP 90/1

Note on Asean regional trade and investment agreements, by Alan Bollard

WP 90/2

Pricing of recreational facilities on publicly administered land, by Peter Clough

WP 90/3

Unemployment in New Zealand : suggestions for research, by John Savage

WP 90/4

Currency substitution : an assessment, by C.J.(Stan) Vandersyp

WP 90/5

The market process, entrepreneurship and the growth of knowledge, by David A Harper

WP 90/6

New Zealand/Peruvian economic relations, by Alan Bollard

WP 90/7

The Chilean economy and implications for New Zealand, by Alan Bollard

WP 90/8

Review of macroeconomic statistics in New Zealand, by C J (Stan) Vandersyp and Brendan O'Donovan

WP 90/9

Economic implications of climate change in New Zealand, by Peter Clough and David Grimmond

WP 90/10

A note on bargaining structures and their outcomes, by John Savage

WP 90/11

Inflation inertia & optimal disinflation, by Carl Walsh

WP 90/12

Oil and the international economy, by Ian Duncan

WP 90/13

The New Zealand experience of liberalisation and deregulation, by Stephen Gale

WP 90/14

Publication rates at NZIER 1986-1990 and comparison with Australasian University economic departments' output rates, by Margaret Malan

WP 90/15

Embryology project no.1 : commercialisation of developments in embryology technology for livestock, by Alan Bollard

WP 90/16

The stevedoring industry and waterfront reform, by Alan Bollard

WP 90/17

New Zealand's economic & trade history, by Eric Assendelft

1989, Back to top of page

WP 89/1

The outlook for the New Zealand economy 1989-91, by C J (Stan) Vandersyp

WP 89/2

Korea-New Zealand economic relations, by Alan Bollard

WP 89/3

Taiwan-New Zealand economic relations, by Alan Bollard

WP 89/4

VAR Model forecasts for Quarterly Predictions March 1989, by Phil Briggs

WP 89/5

Unemployment : March 1989 by A Orr

WP 89/6

Pacific economic outlook : summary and implications, by C J (Stan) Vandersyp

WP 89/7

International commodity agreements : an overview, by M A Thompson

WP 89/8

Mergers and the Commerce Act : the case of flour milling in New Zealand, by R A Miller

WP 89/9

Industry rationalisation: strategies and constraints, by J Savage, D Greer and A Bollard

WP 89/10

Natural monopolies and the Commerce Act, by A Duncan

WP 89/11

VAR Model run for June 1989 Quarterly Predictions, by Phil Briggs

WP 89/12

Government intervention in East Asia agriculture, by M A Thompson

WP 89/13

Efficient gas tariffs, by Stephen Gale  (not available)

WP 89/14

A re-estimated forecasting equation of commercial building costs, by D Grimmond

WP 89/15

An economic comment on the Commerce Act Review, by Alan Bollard

WP 89/16

VAR model forecasts used in the forecasting process for the September 1989 issue of Quarterly Predictions, by Phil Briggs

WP 89/17

A listing of NZ/East Asian corporate investments, by Alan Bollard

WP 89/18

Notes on modifications to the NZIER VAR model, by Phil Briggs

WP 89/19

Non tariff barriers in East Asia : a survey, by M A Thompson

WP 89/20

An analysis of the sectoral effects of disinflation on output, employment and investment, by David Grimmond

WP 89/21

The setting of interest rates by banks : a brief survey of industrial organisation approaches, by David Harper

WP 89/22

Forecasting : issues and the New Zealand experience, by C J (Stan) Vandersyp

WP 89/23

Australia-New Zealand economic relations, by M A Thompson

WP 89/24

Ports of New Zealand : review of regulatory issues, by Alan Bollard and Stephen Gale, with Ernst and Young    (not available)

WP 89/25

Overseas investment, by Alan Bollard

WP 89/26

Reform of the waterfront and shipping industry, by Alan Bollard

WP 89/27

Investment, growth and public policy, by David Grimmond

WP 89/28

Non-wage labour costs in New Zealand, by John Savage

WP 89/29

New Zealand's productivity performance : an international comparison, by John Savage

1988, Back to top of page

WP 88/1

The politics of economic decision making in the United States and Japan, by M A Thompson

WP 88/2

Measurements of cost escalation for the building industry, by Stephen Toplis

WP 88/3

Global adjustment and the future of the Asian-Pacific economy : a report on a conference, by Alan Bollard

WP 88/4

VAR model forecasts to March 1990, by Phil Briggs

WP 88/5

Links between education and the labour market, by John Savage

WP 88/6

Technology development in smaller advanced industrial countries : the case of New Zealand, by Alan Bollard

WP 88/7

Labour markets and adjustment : a microeconomic perspective, by John Savage and M A Thompson

WP 88/8

Social policy issues in education : an economic perspective, by John Savage and Mary Anne Thompson

WP 88/9

Competitive effects of the proposed merger between NZCDC and ACMP, by Alan Bollard

WP 88/10

A transaction cost approach to energy contracts and conservation, by Stephen Gale

WP 88/11

Commercial building cost forecasting to March 1990, by Stephen Toplis

WP 88/12

Some sectoral aspects of disinflation in New Zealand with particular emphasis on manufacturing, by Neil Williams

WP 88/13

A note on peripheral workers and the secondary labour market, by John Savage

WP 88/14

Issues in oil sector deregulation, by Peter Clough

WP 88/15

Taxation, savings and investment, by Adrian Orr and Stephen Toplis

WP 88/16

Structural adjustment in declining industries : the case of New Zealand, by Alan Bollard

WP 88/17

Budget 1989 : a summary and comment, by C J (Stan) Vandersyp

WP 88/18

The challenge of technological change to Pacific trade and development, by Alan Bollard

WP 88/19

Patterns in accuracy and bias of business expectations for several variables : New Zealand experience 1964-87, by R A Buckle, E Assendelft and L F Jackson

WP 88/20

Declining industries, structural adjustment, and trade policy implications in the Pacific basin economies, by Alan Bollard

WP 88/21

Trade in services CER & GATT; report on a conference, by M A Thompson

WP 88/22

Modelling runs for medium term outlook, by Phil Briggs

WP 88/23

The extent, growth and determinants of intra-industry trade (IIY) between New Zealand and Australia, by Sayeeda Bano and Peter Lane

WP 88/24

VAR model forecasts, by Phil Briggs

WP 88/25

The funding of higher education : an assessment of the proposed tax debit scheme in the Wran report, by M A Thompson

WP 88/26

The economic effects of proposed tax changes for non-profit organisations, by Peter Clough

WP 88/27

A study of New Zealand's experience with the goods and services tax, by Peter Clough

WP 88/28

The value of business expectations, by R A Buckle, E Assendelft and L Fraser Jackson

WP 88/29,

Job creation and energy management programmes by M A Thompson

WP 88/30

Factors affecting the ease of disinvestment by firms, by Tim Hazledine and John Savage

WP 88/31

Commerce Act review, by R A Miller

WP 88/32

Resale price maintenance and the Commerce Act, by Alan Bollard and Robert D Bowie

1987, Back to top of page

WP 87/1

Energy management in New Zealand : what is optimal in dimension?, by J Gallacher

WP 87/2

A note on labour market and business sector forecasting methods, by John Savage   (not available)

WP 87/3

More market : the deregulation of industry, by Alan Bollard

WP 87/4

The applicability of contestability theory to New Zealand competition law and policy, by Alan Bollard

WP 87/5

Allocation of costs for uneconomic extensions to the electricity distribution system, by John Culy, Nichola Hunn and Philip Pryke (restricted: refer to author)

WP 87/6

Long term electricity supply after deregulation, by John Culy (restricted)

WP 87/7

Economic liberalisation in the energy sector, by John Culy and Stephen Gale (restricted)

WP 87/8

New Zealand-Australia intra-industry trade : the extent, growth and significance, by Sayeeda Bano and Peter Lane

WP 87/9

Perspective on the New Zealand economy, by C J (Stan) Vandersyp

WP 87/10

Defining research and development investment, by Margriet Theron

WP 87/11

The funding and conduct of research and development in New Zealand by sector, by V Jardine, M Theron, A Wylde and P MacDonald

WP 87/12

Economic aspects of the growth of television advertising in New Zealand, by Robert D Bowie

WP 87/13

Sharemarkets and the economy : an assessment, by C J (Stan) Vandersyp and Neil Williams

WP 87/14

Public policy for research and development : a summary, by Ron Sandrey

WP 87/15

Non market valuation, by E Assendelft

WP 87/16

Labour adjustment within firms : some evidence, by John Savage

WP 87/17

Maui gas utilisation, by Stephen Gale and M Moy

WP 87/18

Tax burden on New Zealand exports relative to trading partners, by M A Thompson and P Tomkinson

WP 87/19

Some comments on structural change and social policy, by John Savage

WP 87/20

The macroeconomic effects of financial deregulation, by David G Mayes and Nichola Hunn

WP 87/21

Characteristics of Maori employment and unemployment, by John Savage and M A Thompson

WP 87/22

Reducing the US trade deficit: an assessment of policy options and their effects on US trading partners, by M A Thompson

WP 87/23

New Zealand-Australia and New Zealand-Canada salary comparisons, by Robert D Bowie

WP 87/24

Introduction to the New Zealand economy : an overview and outlook, by Robert D Bowie

WP 87/25

Comment on : Government economic statement : December 1987, by C J (Stan) Vandersyp

1986, Back to top of page

WP 86/1

How companies achieve sharp and sustained improvements in performance, by David G Mayes

WP 86/2

Britain's position in the world, by David G Mayes

WP 86/3

The preparation of quarterly economic forecasts, by J D Mushin

WP 86/4

The role of exchange rate and other pricing policies in the adjustment process : a comment, by David G Mayes

WP 86/5

The NZIER VAR model, by Phil Briggs

WP 86/6

Evidence to the post facto review on the Maui gas contract, by Brian Easton    (not available)

WP 86/7

Recent developments in industrial economics in the United States, by Alan Bollard

WP 86/8

Trans-Tasman migration : some evidence from two labour markets, by John Savage

WP 86/9

A memorandum on the Green Paper on Industrial Relations, by John Savage and David G Mayes

WP 86/10

The application of the Urban Transport Act to Auckland : submissions to the Local Government Commission, March 1985, by Brian Easton    (not available)

WP 86/11

The taxation of forestry : comments on the consultative document, by Brian Easton

WP 86/12

Evidence to the Royal Commission on broadcasting and related communications, by Brian Easton    (not available)

WP 86/13

Floating the dollar, by David G Mayes

WP 86/14

Forestry as a growth sector, by Brian Easton

WP 86/15

Commentary on two papers on liberalizing the labour market, by Brian Easton

WP 86/16

The fourth labour government's economic strategy, by Brian Easton

WP 86/17

Response to Dr Scott's paper on liberalisation and fiscal policy, by Brian Easton

WP 86/18

Primary health care and the market, by Brian Easton

WP 86/19

N.Z. Institute of Economic Research - strategic plan 1986-1991, by David G Mayes (not available)

WP 86/20

Determinants of New Zealand manufactured exports, by Sayeeda Bano

WP 86/21

Financial services deregulation : an industrial economics framework, by David Harper

WP 86/22

Price fixing and the Commerce Act : the case of stockbroking services, by David Harper

WP 86/23

Contestability, workability and reasonability : economics in U.S. competition policy, by R A Miller

WP 86/24

Causes of change in manufactured exports, by David G Mayes

WP 86/25

European industrial policy, by David G Mayes

WP 86/26

Monetary targets and monetary management : the New Zealand experience, by Peter Keenan and David G Mayes

WP 86/27

The economics of exclusion and collusion : an economic interpretation of the 1986 Commerce Act, by Alan Bollard

WP 86/28

Some comments on the 1986/87 wage round, by John Savage

WP 86/29

Competition and the real estate agency, by Robert Bowie

WP 86/30

The 1986 recession and the Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion, by Robert D Bowie and Brian Easton

WP 86/31

The probability of a price change, by L F Jackson

WP 86/32

Transaction costs/property rights and market failure in relation to science and technology policy, by Clem Tisdell

WP 86/33

Economic liberalisation and the outlook for manufacturing, by John Savage

WP 86/34

The economy, by David G Mayes

1985, Back to top of page

WP 85/1

The maternity benefit, by L B Kay             (not available)

WP 85/2

Urban transport, by Brian Easton

WP 85/3

Subsidizing the Auckland public passenger urban transport system, by Brian Easton

WP 85/4

The death of supply-side economics, or, Zanetti et. al. v. Treasury, Reserve Bank : an American view, by G A Spiva

WP 85/5

Market structure and prices, by Brian Easton

WP 85/6

Regulatory changes and prices in the New Zealand freight haulage industry, by Alan Bollard

WP 85/7

Delicensing in the meat industry, By D Grimmond

WP 85/8

Strong beer and light cans, by D J O'Dea

WP 85/9

Price controls and the bread market, by Brian Easton and Nichola Hunn

WP 85/10

Liberalization of the foreign exchange market in New Zealand 1979-84, by P J Keenan

WP 85/11

The intermediary role of the foreign exchange market, by P J Keenen

WP 85/12

The pricing of financial transaction services : consequences of resource allocation and technological innovation, by P J Keenan

WP 85/13

Submission to the Commerce Commission inquiry into price control methods and pricing practices in the cement industry, by Brian Easton    (not available)

WP 85/14

Economic research in New Zealand, by Brian Easton

WP 85/15

Economics and other social sciences : a labour market case study, by Brian Easton

WP 85/16

A note : an attempt to calculate retained profits of the business sector, by L B Kay

WP 85/17

Is Victoria a computable equilibrium model?, by Brian Easton

WP 85/18

The Kopits (or fiscal cost of capital) index for New Zealand, by Cathryn Ashley-Jones

WP 85/19

The New Zealand economy 1985-2000 : structure and directions, by J Gallacher

WP 85/20

Prelude to a medium term critique, by Brian Easton

WP 85/21

Interest in the medium term, by Brian Easton

WP 85/22

The future pricing of electricity, by Brian Easton and Philip Pryke

WP 85/23

Development bonds for developing countries, by J Gallacher

WP 85/24

Is management overworked and under recognised? by Brian Easton

WP 85/25

Forecasting the oil price in New Zealand dollars, by Brian Easton and M Benseman

WP 85/26

Contestability and the cement industry, by Brian Easton

WP 85/27

Inventory investment in New Zealand, Part 1, by John Savage

WP 85/28

A comparison of labour market estimates, by John Savage

WP 85/29

Monetarism, by P Keenan

WP 85/30

Notes on primary liquidity influences, by P Keenan

WP 85/31

A critique of the new Victoria school, by Brian Easton

WP 85/32

There is an alternative, by Brian Easton

WP 85/33

Employment dynamics project; the generation of jobs and businesses in New Zealand manufacturing 1980-1984, by Alan Bollard and David Harper

WP 85/34

Report on trip to Europe, May/June 1985, by Brian Easton

WP 85/35

Translog cost functions for estimation of manufacturing sector energy demand elasticities - a critique, by J Ayto

WP 85/36

A review of fiscal options for the regulation of alcohol consumption, by Brian Easton, Nichola Hunn and P J Pryke

WP 85/37

The economics of child care, by T A Keenan

WP 85/38

Response to comments on the subsidization of urban transport report, by Brian Easton

WP 85/39

Trading between New Zealand and ASEAN (and Australia), by Brian Easton

WP 85/40

The Budget and its aftermath, by Brian Easton

WP 85/41

Unbridled economic power, by Brian Easton

WP 85/42

Issues arising from moves to "commercialise" electricity supply in New Zealand, by J Culy and P J Pryke

WP 85/43

The extent and determinants of intra-industry international trade : Canada-New Zealand case

WP 85/44

Modelling electricity demand in New Zealand : a review, by S Bano

WP 85/45

An assessment of New Zealand electricity conservation policies, by Cathryn Ashley-Jones

WP 85/46

Professional economists and the economic summit, by David Harper

WP 85/47

The New Zealand motor vehicle industry after the plan, by Brian Easton

WP 85/48

U.S. protection begs world retaliation, by D A Witt

WP 85/49

An economist's view, by D A Witt

WP 85/50

Employment generation and establishment size in New Zealand manufacturing, by Brian Easton

WP 85/51

Who pays for early childhood services and who benefits? Some aspects of early childhood services, by Alan Bollard and David Harper

WP 85/52

The development of the Institute : 1985-1987, by T A Keenan

WP 85/53

Manufacturing, growth and employment in OECD countries, prepared by NZIER staff    (not available)

WP 85/54

A public policy framework for research and development in New Zealand, by David Harper and Mark Benseman; by Alan Bollard and David Harper    (not available)

1984, Back to top of page

WP 84/1

Education for economic development, by Brian Easton

WP 84/2

The NZIER's Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion, by Cathryn Ashley-Jones

WP 84/3

Is the labour force homogeneous?, by Robert D Bowie

WP 84/4

Forecasting accuracy : how accurate were the Quarterly Predictions forecasts in their first decade?, by D J O'Dea

WP 84/5

The Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion sample - preliminary notes, by Cathryn Ashley-Jones

WP 84/6

Non-wage labour costs, by R P Braae

WP 84/7

The current economic situation, 1985 and after, by Brian Easton

WP 84/8

Patterns of response to the Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion, by N J Hunn

WP 84/9

The development of the Institute: 1984-1987, by Brian Easton   (not available)

WP 84/10

An investigation of the data base of New Zealand's terms of trade, by N J Wilson and Brian Easton

WP 84/11

The role of firms in economic developments, by Brian Easton

WP 84/12

Ex-post simulation of aggregate and disaggregate import demand models, by R P Braae and P M Marks

WP 84/13

Forecasting the Producers Price Index, by D Grimmond

WP 84/14

Notes of visit of labour studies centres in Sydney, Canberra, and Melbourne, May 1984, by J Gallacher

WP 84/15

The housing component of the CPI, by P M Marks

WP 84/16

Estimated rates of protection (ERPs): their variation over the business cycle, by D J O'Dea

WP 84/17

What is our underlying rate of growth?, by Brian Easton

WP 84/18

The NZIER's Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion, by Brian EastonWP 84/19

WP 84/19

The economics of education and training in New Zealand: a research agenda, by D J O'Dea

WP 84/20

A comparison of plant sizes in Australian and New Zealand manufacturing, by Alan Bollard and A Daley

WP 84/21

A bibliography of New Zealand industrial economic research, by N J Wilson and Alan Bollard

WP 84/22

Economic factors determining fixed long-term property rentals, by D J O'Dea

WP 84/23

Is pastoral farming the smokestack industry of New Zealand?, by Brian Easton

WP 84/24

The research project on the labour market, by Brian Easton

WP 84/25

Judgmental forecasting: the Quarterly Predictions example, by Brian Easton

WP 84/26

A formal model of the Quarterly Predictions forecasting process, by P M Marks

WP 84/27

Sawmilling : a review of the New Zealand sawmilling industry, by Cathryn Ashley-Jones and D J O'Dea

WP 84/28

Contrasting export and non-export manufacturers: response in the Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion, June 1984.

WP 84/29

The politics of the Samaritan in the health system, by Brian Easton

WP 84/30

A computable general equilibrium model for the long-term energy research project (LENZ), by J Gallacher (editor)

WP 84/31

The changing labour market : a challenge for research and policy, by J Gallacher

WP 84/32

Cost-benefit analysis of mining projects from the national economic viewpoint, by D J O'Dea

WP 84/33

Report on a trip to Australian centres of industrial economics, by Alan Bollard

WP 84/34

Pricing strategy of firms, by D Grimmond

WP 84/35

Forecasting changes in the Consumer Price Index, by Nichola Hunn

WP 84/36

Replacing export incentives by a real devaluation: some empirical estimates, by D J O'Dea

WP 84/37

Investment incentives: some issues, by D J O'Dea

WP 84/38

Ideology and economic policy in New Zealand, by Brian Easton

WP 84/39

A model of the New Zealand economy to 1987/88 to study indexation, by Brian Easton and Nichola Hunn

WP 84/40

Notes to delegation of Malaysian business leaders to the ASEAN/New Zealand Business Council, by Brian Easton

WP 84/41

Employment opportunities generated by technology and productivity improvements : conceptions and misconceptions, by Alan Bollard

WP 84/42

Labour force survey of the Wellington region, by Robert D Bowie

WP 84/43

The economic outlook for the United States and some implications and uncertainties for the New Zealand outlook, by J Gallacher    (not available)

WP 84/44

Economic effects of CER : provisional list of publications,by Mark Benseman and Alan Bollard

WP 84/45

Balance, growth and justice : policy issues for the new government, by Brian Easton

WP 84/46

Long term energy research project, Phase A - diagnosis; world economic futures : an applied economist's perspective, by J Gallacher

WP 84/47

Long term energy research project, Phase A - diagnosis; New Zealand economic futures, by J Gallacher

1983, Back to top of page

WP 83/1

A medium term version of the RBNZ core model, by Brian Easton

WP 83/2

Labour productivity in the seventies, by P A Marks

WP 83/3

The competitiveness of New Zealand's manufactured exports, by L B Kay

WP 83/4

Future directions for social policy towards the New Zealand elderly, by Brian Easton

WP 83/5

Medium term outlook for the New Zealand economy, by J Gallacher

WP 83/6

Are wages too high?, by Brian Easton

WP 83/7

Regional development: where do the Trustee Banks belong?, by Brian Easton

WP 83/8

Exchange rate definitions, by J Gallacher

WP 83/9

The Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion and manufacturers' capacity utilization, by Graeme Wells

WP 83/10

National development strategy: where do the regions fit in?, by Brian Easton

WP 83/11

Economic policy for the New Zealand elderly, by Brian Easton

WP 83/12

Job creation multipliers, by G V Butcher

WP 83/13

Comments on Haywood and Moore, by Graeme Wells

WP 83/14

Forestry in the economy, by Brian Easton

WP 83/15

Establishing comparability between the 1976 and 1981 census labour force definitions, by R P Braae (Reproduced with 83/19)

WP 83/16

Stagflation, by J L Whitwell

WP 83/17

Econometric modelling at the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research, by Brian Easton

WP 83/18

Estimated demand functions for non-oil and total imports, by P A Marks

WP 83/19

Labour supply in New Zealand, 1976 to 1981: new and familiar problems for descriptive and empirical analysis, by R P Braae and J Gallacher


WP 83/20

National economics relating to forestry joint ventures (significance of ownership categories), by D J O'Dea

WP 83/21

Planning and the market, by Brian Easton

WP 83/22

The role of management in economic development, by Brian Easton

WP 83/23

Rail or road: the wider economic issues, by Brian Easton

WP 83/24

A preliminary forecasting equation of the Producers Price Index, by D Grimmond

WP 83/25

How accurate are estimates of effective rates of protection?, by D J O'Dea

WP 83/26

The slowdown of labour productivity in New Zealand in the 1970s, by P A Marks

WP 83/27

Economies of scale and transport costs in New Zealand forest processing industries: the trade-off and its implications for mill location, with particular reference to sawmills, by D J O'Dea

WP 83/28

Economy-wide models of New Zealand, by Brian Easton and Graeme Wells

WP 83/29

Investigation of relative transport costs within and between Australia and New Zealand : a progress report, by G V Butcher

WP 83/30

Estimates of the household account, 1971-1982, by P A Marks

WP 83/31

Capacity utilization : comparing Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion and other measures, by L B Kay

WP 83/32

Structural change and the New Zealand economy, by Brian Easton

WP 83/33

Report on "The emerging Pacific community: a conference of the Pacific Basin project", by Brian Easton

WP 83/34

Property investment in the context of the national economy, by J Gallacher

WP 83/35

Valuing human life in New Zealand: a new methodology and a review of previously used techniques, by C Propper

WP 83/36

The forecasting of non-farm operating surplus, by D Grimmond and D J O'Dea

1982, Back to top of page

WP 82/1

Taxation and the exchange rate, by Brian Easton

WP 82/2

Research notes on the state of the labour market, by Richard Braae and Brian Easton

WP 82/3

The causes of unemployment and some policy implications, by Brian Easton

WP 82/4

New Zealand's economic strategies: the Australian role, by Brian Easton

WP 82/5

Impact of taxation on alcohol consumption : the problems of statistical analysis, by Brian Easton and Linda Kay

WP 82/6

The peripheral labour force, by Robert D Bowie

WP 82/7

The dual labour market, by Robert D Bowie

WP 82/8

Replies to the questionnaire about services offered to NZIER member companies, by Cathryn Ashley-JonesWP 82/9

WP 82/9

"The rich get rich and ... Economic inequality in New Zealand", by Brian Easton

WP 82/10

Critique of paper "Economies of plant and firm size in the United States pulp and paper industries", by J Buongiorno, J C Stier, and J K Gilless

WP 82/11

Notes on the New Zealand motor industry, by Graeme Wells

WP 82/12

Markets and regulation: two examples, by Brian Easton, L B Kay and P A Marks

WP 82/13

Economic inequality in New Zealand, by Brian Easton

WP 82/14

The measurement and forecasting of cost escalation, by D J O'Dea

WP 82/15

Unemployment: a suggested framework for medium term debate, by J Gallacher

WP 82/16

The labour market study: work in progress, by Brian Easton

WP 82/17

Population, the economy and energy : research directions, by Brian Easton

WP 82/18

The QSBO: the meaning of the investment intentions question, by Cathryn Ashley-Jones

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