The COVID-19 pandemic presents an unprecedented challenge to both the New Zealand and global economies. Where possible, Infometrics is working to provide insights into how the pandemic, and related responses to the pandemic, will change both regional economies and the national outlook.
Infometrics is also providing specialist insight to businesses and local government leadership to best evaluate the local impacts of the pandemic.Member login for subscribers
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Infometrics COVID-19 advice for decision makers
Infometrics is committed to providing the best and most robust economic insights into how the COVID-19 pandemic and responses will effect local areas, and stands ready to provide specialist advice to decision makers about the economic implications of COVID-19 and possible responses to support local economies.Enquire about tailored presentations for your organisation Enquire about access to Infometrics data, forecasts and insights
Impact of COVID-19 on regional economies
Infometrics has detailed COVID-19 Regional Reports available . These reports cover the likely economic impact of COVID-19 on regional economies, and our views of the macroeconomic conditions and outlook for the New Zealand economy. Contact us for more information.
COVID-19 cases chart
This chart, which Infometrics will update daily, tracks the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in selected countries, on a per-million population basis to allow for comparability.
Infometrics has published a range of insight pieces on the pandemic, and the economic effects. These articles are listed below:
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Infometrics has also provided significant evidenced-based insights on the COVID-19 pandemic, and the responses to the pandemic, from an economic viewpoint. During times of uncertainty and crisis, it is important that the business community, and wider society, have access to easily understood and factual analysis.
As economists, we focus on examining the economic effects of policies, and provide advice based on current settings. In doing so, economists should and do stay clear of commenting too broadly on actual pandemic planning and actions, leaving that to health experts who are best placed to provide expert views. For the latest advice from the New Zealand Government, please go to covid19.govt.nz.