This month Bernard Hickey and Selwyn Pellett will lead free seminars in Wellington and Auckland on what is required to set the NZ economy on a path away from the precipice it faces. 

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Bernard Hickey, Interest.co.nz

"I think New Zealand needs to have a debate about capital controls, about foreign ownership of assets, about measures to control our currency and about being openly nationalistic rather than internationalistic about our economic policy."

 

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Selwyn Pellett, Imarda & PEC

"It's time for our politicians to stop throwing the old left and right labels around with regard to economic policy, and to start thinking about right and wrong. The policies we need are those that will allow us to succeed as a tiny nation in the middle of nowhere, and we need to judge such policies on their merits, and not on throw-away labels. Right now, the empirical data appears to strongly support new policies, especially when measured against the failure of the Washington Consensus in serving our economy."

The Wellington seminar will be held at Connolly Hall, Guildford Terrace (off Hill Street) 5:30 to 7:30pm on Monday 22nd November. You can register for Wellington here.

The Auckland seminar will be held in the Decima Glenn Room, Level 3, University of Auckland Business School 6.00 to 8.00pm, Friday 26 November. You can register for Auckland here.

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