Our work generates public interest and debate. We regularly speak at events about productivity, our research outputs and inquiries.
29 August 2019 NZARES Conference - Policy making under uncertainty and risk
Productivity Commission Chair Murray Sherwin delivered a speech for the Robin Johnson Memorial session at the New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Conference.
9 November 2018 GEN Conference - Powerful policy tools for new policy problems
Murray Sherwin delivered the keynote speech at the 2018 Government Economics Network Conference in Wellington on powerful policy tools for new policy problems.
28 August 2018 NZIER - Seeking net-zero: the challenge and opportunity of climate change
The Commission's Chair Murray Sherwin delivered a speech to the Annual Meeting of the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research on the Commission's low-emissions economy inquiry.
28 August 2018
13 February 2018 Productivity Conference - Improving the productivity of government services
8 December 2017 GEN Conference - Responding to global challenges: New Zealand’s productivity deficit
Murray Sherwin delivered the opening address at the 2017 Government Economics Network Conference in Wellington on New Zealand's productivity deficit.
14 October 2017 Competition Law and Policy Institute of NZ - Competition and productivity
6 April 2016 University of Canterbury Connect Lecture - Tertiary education
The UC Connect public lecture series offers the community an opportunity to attend topical lectures by experts in their fields. Chair of the Productivity Commission Murray Sherwin delivered a speech on What can a five-year old Productivity Commission add to a thousand-year old institution?
7 August 2014 ANZSOG Conference - Better regulation
Murray Sherwin delivered a New Zealand perspective speech to the Australia and New Zealand School of Government Conference in Canberra.
26 March 2014 Regulatory Reform Conference - From silos to systems
Chair of the Productivity Commission Murray Sherwin delivered the following speech From silos to systems: Some observations from across the ditch.
22 October 2012 CommonWealth Economic Forum - Small economies in a dangerous world
The CommonWealth Economic Forum gathered Asia's academic and business elites to discuss the region's future and explore the ideas of economic well-being and sustainability. Productivity Commission Chair Murray Sherwin delivered the following speech on small economies such as New Zealand and Taiwan.