News

11/06/2018

The Commission’s brief is to undertake an inquiry into how the New Zealand state sector can effectively measure and improve productivity in core public services with a focus on health, education, justice and social support

17/05/2018

The Government has announced the next two inquiry topics for the Productivity Commission. 

17/05/2018

Congratulations to our Commissioner, Professor Sally Davenport, who this week received a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit medal from the Governor-General.

11/05/2018

The Minister of Local Government has announced the Government will ask the Productivity Commission to undertake an inquiry into local government funding. 

03/05/2018

The Interim Climate Change Committee began work this week as one of the key steps towards establishing an independent Climate Change Commission next year.

03/05/2018

New South Wales will soon establish its first ever Productivity Commission to drive microeconomic reform and tackle burdensome regulation

03/05/2018

In a world of ageing populations, and in the midst of a global shift from defined benefit to defined contribution pensions, the onus is increasingly on individuals rather than employers to bear the risks of retirement provision.

27/04/2018

Today we released our draft report on how New Zealand should transition to a low-emissions economy.

27/04/2018

What are the key take aways from our Low-emissions economy draft report?

17/04/2018

Principal Advisor, Dr Amelia Sharman, will be seconded to the Secretariat to the interim Climate Change Committee.