Projects tagged with Economic Growth
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Topics: Literature review, Research, Economic Growth, Employment & Labour, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Productivity, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Local Government, Policy
Place matters in innovation. New ideas – and the capability to translate them into innovative goods, services, processes or markets – rely on the sharing of knowledge and resources by a diverse range of players, including firms, suppliers, employees, universities and government research institutes. For this paper, a review was...
Topics: Evaluation, Economic Growth, Productivity, Transport, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Innovation
New Zealand importers and exporters spend about $5 billion on freight services each year. These services provide essential connections between New Zealand and the international economy – allowing New Zealand products to be exported to markets all over the world and allowing New Zealand businesses and consumers access to a wide...
This occasional paper uses new data from the University Commercialisation Offices of New Zealand to look at trends in the commercialisation of university research in New Zealand. The paper discusses the importance of research to innovation and hence, to economic growth. If also discusses aspects of the current university...
with: Department of Internal Affairs: DIA, Creative New Zealand - Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa
Topics: Research, Community Development, Non-Governmental Organisation (NGOs), Not for profit, Philanthropy, Voluntary & Community, Economic Growth, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Arts and Culture, Culture
A summary of research into businesses’ current practices, needs, motivations and experience sounding supporting community organisations. The report also includes advice on practical steps community organisations can take to build strategic partnerships that maximise the benefit to the charity, business and community.
Topics: Research, Economic Growth, Employment & Labour, Income & Wealth, Migrants, Population Shifts
The monthly release of New Zealand’s permanent and long term migration figures typically attracts intense public interest – the focus usually being on the flow of New Zealanders to Australia. The purpose of this paper is to give the broader context in which migration takes place and identifies two aspects that are crucial to the...
with: Ministry for Women
This study was to understand what employers were currently doing in New Zealand to attract and retain women in male-dominated trades and to learn more about the benefits of having women in what have been traditionally male-dominated industries.
Measuring business births and deaths in quarterly job-flow data: Using the Linked Employer-Employee Dataset (Stats NZ WP 11-03)
with: Statistics New Zealand
This paper’s purpose is to develop a suitable method to identify the contribution that start-up businesses (business births) make to total job creation in the New Zealand economy. And similarly, the contribution of closing businesses (business deaths) to total job destruction in the economy. Developing this method will enable...
This paper builds on our 2006 report, discussing PPPs as part of a partnering spectrum that is being used to respond to the future costs and needs for public services. We explore how PPPs are being used to capture innovation and change by sharing the risks and responsibilities in performing a particular public service.
20 Sep 2011
Topics: Advocacy, Self-Advocacy, Community Development, Economic Growth, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Income & Wealth, Families & Whānau, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Leadership, Local Government, Policy, Iwi, Whānau, Vulnerable & Disadvantaged, Innovation
More than 250 delegates attended a Victory Village Forum in Nelson, July 27–29, 2011. The forum aimed to showcase the Victory Community — ‘Kiwibank New Zealand Community of the Year’ in 2010 — and share information about family-centred, community-led development. The three-day forum, organised by Victory...
9 Aug 2011
with: Ministry for Women
Topics: Research, Economic Growth, Employment & Labour, Income & Wealth, Unemployment, Policy, Women, Labour force, Gender
A report by Goldman Sachs on the use of women's and men's talents across the economy.
Peer review status