Housing: a pricey problem

By Brian Easton In Economy

Print Share
29th November, 2012
A friend was enthusiastic about various unorthodox money measures, such as quantitative easing and cutting the official cash rate. I asked him how they would work. He had no idea. His was the New Zealand way: “Bugger the analysis; let’s get on with the policy.” I am reminded of something French political commentator André Siegfried said 100 years ago: New Zealanders’ “outlook – not too carefully reasoned, and no doubtful scornful of scientific thought – makes them incapable of self-distrust. Like almost all men of action, they have a contempt for theories; yet they are often ...

NZ Listener print only subscriptions & digital only subscriptions

NZ Listener subscriptions;

Print subscriptions: To receive the NZ Listener in your mailbox each week click here.

Digital subscriptions: We now have the NZ Listener weekly edition as a digital reader version via the Zinio digital platform – read the latest edition on your computer or via the Zinio app on your tablet.  To find our more click here.

Archive content: If you’re interested in accessing archive content, please contact our NZ Listener helpdesk contact us.  We endeavor to get back to you within 5 working days.

Locked content: If you have an archive content login, please login to view and unlock content, for more information regarding locked content please read our NZ Listener FAQ’s

Any queries regarding access please contact our NZ Listener helpdesk contact us.

More by Brian Easton

Switch to mobile version