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NIMBYism highlighted as major problem

Friday, 10 April 2015, 4:35 pm | Performance Urban Planning

Jason Krupp of The New Zealand Initiative highlights NIMBYism as a major problem, within an opinion for the New Zealand National Business Review More >>

Just more bureaucratic institutional failure

Sunday, 23 November 2014, 9:02 am | Performance Urban Planning

The major reason for getting the Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Surveys underway some 10 years ago, was to provide a foundation for sound public discussion and political action. More >>

Performance Urban Planning Website Updated

Wednesday, 11 April 2012, 12:26 pm | Performance Urban Planning

Performance Urban Planning Website Updated Hugh Pavletich Performance Urban Planning Christchurch New Zealand 11 April 2012 Following the start of the Canterbury New Zealand earthquake events some 19 months ago, Governments at both Central and Local ... More >>

How did we become wealthy?

Thursday, 16 December 2010, 4:45 pm | Performance Urban Planning

Within this fascinating interview Needed: An Economics for Grownups - National Review Online (via Arts & Letters Daily – note founder and editor Professor Denis Dutton honoured yesterday ) , Professor Deidre McCloskey , Distinguished Professor of Economics, ... More >>

New Zealand Local Government is Seriously Out of Control?

Thursday, 16 December 2010, 10:16 am | Performance Urban Planning

I touched on this within a recent article with respect to the Christchurch City Council - Christchurch: A Bureaucratically Buggered City | Scoop News . The Christchurch City Council fiasco following the 4 September earthquake is being discussed today ... More >>

Sound Housing Market Measures Required

Wednesday, 1 December 2010, 1:26 pm | Performance Urban Planning

This article from the Wall Street Journal “ Finding a Post Crash Economic Model ”, outlines the important current discussions underway within the international community of economists, with respect to the problems with economic modeling. More >>