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The Government tasks the Commission with inquiries into current issues so that we can provide independent policy advice to improve productivity. Public engagement is critical, so make sure you have your say.
How can the economic contribution of frontier firms be maximised?
Will workers be replaced by machines?
How can the system of local authority funding and financing be improved?
How can we measure and improve state sector productivity?
How can New Zealand transition to a low-emissions economy?
What is the most appropriate urban planning system for New Zealand?
How may trends in technology, internationalisation, population, tuition costs and demand for skills drive changes in models of tertiary education?
How can local authorities improve regulation to make land available for housing?
How can productivity be improved and better outcomes generated for New Zealanders from the Government’s investment in public services?
How can improvements be made in the design and operation of regulatory regimes in New Zealand?
How can productivity be lifted in the services sector?
How can the legislative framework for New Zealand’s councils be improved?
What are the impacts and benefits of further economic integration of the Australian and New Zealand economies?
How can the performance of international freight transport services be improved?
What are the factors influencing the affordability of housing and what are the opportunities to increase housing affordability?