Resources

Alongside our Working Papers and academic publications, Motu provides various other resources to engage people in discussion about public policy.

Public policy seminars

Public policy seminars
The Motu Public Policy Seminar series provides a forum for informed debate on important public policy issues. Read more

Datasets

Datasets
Our objective of enhancing research infrastructure has led us to develop and document datasets and to make this data readily available to other researchers and graduate students Read more

Case Studies

Case Studies
You'll find stories here about Motu's successful research. Read more

Newsletters

Newsletters
Motu puts out two different newsletters for the public. Motu News is emailed once every two months, while the Motu Research Update comes out once a year. Subscribe or read them here... Read more

Working Papers

Working Papers
A list of all Motu's Working Papers from 2002-2016. Read more

Haiku

Haiku
Motu uses haiku to summarise our research in a pithy, plain English manner. You can find a list of our haiku here. Read more

Blogs

Blogs
Motu researchers write blogs as a forum for sharing information and perspectives about various issues affecting New Zealanders. Read more

Annual Report

Annual Report
The Motu Annual Report tells the story of Motu throughout the year, giving both financial information and an outline of the organisation's work. Read more

Teaching resources

Teaching resources
Motu’s senior staff run courses and teach in universities to disseminate our work, and to build capacity to carry out empirical and theoretical research on New Zealand public policy. Read more

Dialogue Groups

Dialogue Groups
Motu uses an innovative process for investigating challenging topics that are the subject of polarising public debate. Read more