Motu’s senior staff run courses and teach in New Zealand universities to disseminate the results of our work and knowledge, and build New Zealand capacity to carry out empirical and theoretical research on New Zealand public policy.
Arthur Grimes is an adjunct professor at the University of Auckland, where he is responsible for graduate student supervision and contributes to joint research programmes.
Suzi Kerr has recently returned from a teaching and research sabbatical at University of the Andes in Bogotá, Colombia. She is also an adjunct professor at Victoria University of Wellington and supervises several graduate students.
David Maré is an adjunct professor at the University of Waikato, where he supervises graduate students.
Dean Hyslop is an adjunct professor at Victoria University of Wellington.
Motu’s environmental trading game is freely available for download. Participants act as farmers in a nutrient (or emissions) trading system, though the game can be adapted for any other environmental problem. It is suitable for use with any group interested in better understanding these issues, both in an educational or professional setting (and comes with non-technical instructions).
Read more and download materials for the game.