The Treasury has published 12 new Working Papers today:
- Examining the elasticity of New Zealand's current account to the real exchange rate (WP14/12)
- The role of value judgements in measuring inequality (WP14/13)
- Pensions, savings and housing: a life-cycle framework with policy simulations (WP14/14)
- Income mobility in New Zealand (WP14/15)
- Earnings and employment in foreign-owned firms (WP14/16)
- Options to narrow New Zealand’s saving–investment imbalance(WP14/17)
- Working for Families changes: the effect on labour supply in New Zealand (WP14/18)
- Determinants of the New Zealand yield curve: domestic vs. international influences (WP14/19)
- Interpreting inequality measures and changes in inequality (WP14/20)
- The effect of public pensions on household saving: evidence from a New Zealand natural experiment (WP14/21)
- KiwiSaver and the accumulation of net wealth (WP14/22)
- Intergenerational developments in household saving behaviour (WP14/23)
These Working Papers can be viewed on the Treasury website at http://www.treasury.govt.nz/publications/research-policy/wp.
The views, opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in Treasury Working Papers are strictly those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Treasury.