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Author: International Monetary
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2018.
Series: IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report, no. 18/202.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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New Zealand's economy has enjoyed a solid expansion since 2011. With a persistent net migration wave, potential output has moved closely in line with actual output, and economic slack has decreased slowly. Macroeconomic imbalances overall have narrowed, although macro-financial vulnerabilities have risen with rapid house price increases. The new coalition government seeks to make growth more inclusive.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Monetary, International.
New Zealand.
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: International Monetary
ISBN: 9781484366028 1484366026 148436581X 9781484365816 1484365828 9781484365823
OCLC Number: 1046616281
Notes: 1. Pooled OLS Regression Results with Industry Fixed Effects.
Description: 1 online resource (56 pages)
Contents: Cover; CONTENTS; INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT IN NEW ZEALAND: GAPS AND MULTIPLIER EFFECTS; A. Introduction; B.A Baseline for the Infrastructure Investment Gap; C. Benefits from Closing the Infrastructure Investment Gap; D. Closing the Gap as a Tool for Fiscal Policy; E. Conclusions; BOXES; 1. The Six Step Methodology of the Global Infrastructure Outlook; 2. ANZIMF --
The Australia-New Zealand Integrated Monetary and Fiscal Model; 3. Choosing the Output Elasticity for the Regions in Need of Development; FIGURES; 1. Global Infrastructure Needs versus Trends and Historical Averages. 2. New Zealand's Infrastructure Needs versus Comparators3. Infrastructure Components for New Zealand; 4. Infrastructure Investment Gap for New Zealand; 5. Closing the Baseline Infrastructure Investment Gap by 2040; 6. Infrastructure Investment Gaps; 7. Closing the Gap Earlier; 8. Average Annual Household Income Growth, 2007-2017; 9. Matching Infrastructure Infrastructure Quality in Terms of Real GDP; TABLES; 1. Closing the Infrastructure Investment Gap for Regional Development; 2. Infrastructure Quality Scores; References. REVAMPING INFLATION TARGETING IN NEW ZEALAND 30 YEARS AFTER ITS INCEPTIONA. Introduction; B. Evolution and Performance of Inflation Targeting in New Zealand; C. Operationalization of the Dual Mandate; D. Conclusion; BOX; 1. The Specification of the Output/Employment Goal for the Fed and the RBA; FIGURES; 1. Dincer-Eichengreen Central Bank Transparency Index; 2. Inflation and Expected Inflation; 3. Output Gap in Selected Economies; 4. Official Cash Rate and Inflation and Output Gap; 5. Revisions to the Projections in the Monetary Policy Statements. 6. Anchoring of Inflation Expectations (2015-2018)7. Illustrative Loss Functions (2012-2018); TABLES; 1. Established IFT Central Banks Endogenous Interest Rate Forecasts; 2. Macroeconomic Performance under Different Monetary Regimes (1981-2017); 3. Descriptive Statistics on Output Gaps (2009-2017); References; HOUSING AFFORDABILITY IN NEW ZEALAND AND POLICY RESPONSE; A. Introduction; B. How Much Has Housing Affordability Declined?; C. Supply-Side Policy Response to Improve Housing Affordability; D. Demand-Side Policy Response to Housing Imbalances; E. Summary and Conclusions; BOXES. 1. Demand Impact of Macroprudential Policy2. Private Rental Market; TABLES; 1. Illustrative Housing Affordability Scenario; 2. Tax Residency of Buyer; References; PRODUCTIVITY AND PROFITABILITY IN NEW ZEALAND: THE ROLE OF LEVERAGE, R & D, AND INVESTMENT; A. Introduction; B. Analysis; C. Conclusion; FIGURES; 1. Productivity and Profitability; 2. Recent Development of Firm Performance Indicators; 3. Leverage, Investment and Profitability Before and After the GFC; 4. Productivity Frontier versus Non-Frontier Firms; 5. R & D Intensity and Leverage; TABLE.
Series Title: IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report, no. 18/202.

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New Zealand's economy has enjoyed a solid expansion since 2011. With a persistent net migration wave, potential output has moved closely in line with actual output, and economic slack has decreased slowly. Macroeconomic imbalances overall have narrowed, although macro-financial vulnerabilities have risen with rapid house price increases. The new coalition government seeks to make growth more inclusive.

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