Treasury Staff Insights: Rangitaki are online articles prepared by individual staff members or by teams in the Treasury. Our aims are to share more of our thinking and to showcase the analysis and research of our talented staff.
Purpose of the Series
The Treasury Staff Insights: Rangitaki series builds on a strong tradition in the Treasury of contributing to the wider debate on economic issues and publishing practical applied analysis through our:
We see this analysis as crucial to being effective policy advisors.
Over time Staff Insights:Rangitaki topics will cover the very broad span of the Treasury's advisory role from fiscal policy and commercial operations, through to public accounting standards and best practice regulation.
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