News

26/11/2015

The Commission is pleased to announce that Judy Kavanagh has been appointed as a new Inquiry Director, leading the inquiry into new models of tertiary education, from 30 November.

17/11/2015

This article was written for Agenda, November 2015, published by Oxera Consulting.

03/11/2015

The Government has asked the Productivity Commission to investigate how trends in technology, internationalisation, population, tuition costs and demand for skills may drive changes in models of tertiary education.

01/11/2015

The Government has asked the Productivity Commission to look at ways of improving New Zealand’s urban planning system.

21/10/2015

The Productivity Commission has now completed its report into Land for housing.

21/10/2015

The operation of our planning systems needs to change if New Zealand cities are to have enough land for housing, says the Productivity Commission in its final report on using land for housing, released today.

15/09/2015

The Productivity Commission has now completed its report into More effective social services.

15/09/2015

The Productivity Commission has now completed its report into More effective social services.

15/09/2015

Tinkering with the current system will not be enough to help disadvantaged New Zealanders, says the Productivity Commission in its final report on improving outcomes from social services, released today.

07/08/2015

Contents

  • Inquiry update: Using land for housing
  • Successful innovation needs more than just R&D
  • Inquiry update: More effective social services
  • Government responds to regulatory recommendations
  • Innovation and productivity symposium
  • Westpac Grow NZ survey finds businesses are happier but not necessarily more productive
  • Statement of Performance Expectations
  • Upcoming events