Submissions are invited for the next stage of the inquiry, which will focus on in-depth investigations of ICT use and stimulating competition in the services sector.
The Productivity Commission has released an issues paper on its latest inquiry into the design and operation of government regulatory regimes in New Zealand. Submissions are invited by 25 October.
Video highlights on services sector report from Murray Sherwin (Chair) and Geoff Lewis (Inquiry Director).
The Productivity Commission has released an interim report on the performance of New Zealand’s service industries. The report, now out for consultation, addresses the nature and role of services in the New Zealand economy.
This 'Cut to the chase' report highlights findings from the inquiry that the Commission considers are of most likely relevance to Mäori.
Housing affordability has been a topic of much interest in New Zealand over recent years with the median house price increasing by over 50% between 2004 and 2008.
The Government has asked the Productivity Commission to review and make recommendations on how to improve the design and operation of regulatory regimes in New Zealand.
A Symposium focused on New Zealand’s productivity paradox is being held in Wellington on 2 July.