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BERL’s Ganesh Nana to chair Productivity Commission

Paul McBeth
Wed, 16 Dec 2020

Paul McBeth
Wed, 16 Dec 2020
BERL research director Ganesh Nana will take up the chair of the Productivity Commission in February.Nana joins the commission’s board when founding chair Murray Sherwin’s term ends on Jan. 31, ending 10 years in the role. Sherwin came from a long background in the public service, including senior roles at the former Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and the Reserve Bank.“I want to ensure that the commission, like the government, looks beyond GDP to find its measures of success, and has the wellbeing of current and future g...

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