Friday 18 February 2022 · Te Papa, Wellington

New economic thinking in Aotearoa New Zealand – embracing a diversity of economic perspectives and analysing the distributional impacts of policy on our people

How does economics need to change to bring the full argument to the table? The aim of this conference is for attendees to leave with a greater ability to analyse our economy in different, multiple ways and use new tools to evaluate policy and its impacts on different people.




Keynote Speakers

Dr William Hynes
Head of the New Approaches to Economic Challenges Unit in the Office of the Secretary General at the OECD and an Adjunct Professor in the International Economics at the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies

Professor Shaun Hendy MNZM FRSNZ
Professor of Physics, University of Auckland

Dr Jason Mika
(Ngāi Tūhoe, Whakatōhea, Ngāti Awa and Ngāti Kahungunu) Senior lecturer in the School of Management and codirector of Te Au Rangahau, Massey Business School’s Māori Business Research Centre.

Dr Kiri Dell 
(Ngāti Porou) Lecturer, Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Auckland

Dr Lynn Riggs
Senior Fellow, Motu Economic and Public Policy Research

Livvy Mitchell
PhD Student, Auckland University of Technology, Research Analyst, Motu Economic and Public Policy Research and Human Rights Measurement Initiative

Contact: Oncue Conferences | PO Box 1193 Nelson | P. 03 9280620 | E.