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29/03/2017

Better urban planning - effectively supporting and governing the built and natural environments.

21/03/2017

The Commission provides the recipe for a diverse, adaptable and responsive tertiary education system.

20/02/2017

The Productivity Commission and Auckland University of Technology (AUT) have published joint research that shows significant ethnic differences in enrolment, progression and completion in bachelor’s level study in New Zealand 

28/11/2016

New Zealand has enjoyed good growth in average income since the global financial crisis.  Labour participation is strong and our public finances are in relatively good shape. But one area holding the economy back is our persistently weak labour productivity, with the OECD estimating that New Zealand had the fourth lowest labour productivity growth of OECD countries between 1995 and 2014.

29/09/2016

Draft report on new models of tertiary education now available.

19/08/2016

Draft Productivity Commission report on better urban planning now available.

11/05/2016

Contents

  • The Productivity Commission – Five years on
  • What can the Productivity Commission add to a 1000-year old institution? 
  • What can complexity theory tell us about urban planning?
  • Productivity symposium on innovation: Read all about it
  • Making social services work for everyone
  • What’s new in productivity
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27/04/2016

The Productivity Commission has published a research note as a background paper for the Better Urban Planning inquiry: What can complexity theory tell us about urban planning?