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Patrick Nolan joined the Productivity Commission as a Principal Advisor in the Economics and Research team in February 2014. Before this he spent five years as the Chief Economist of Reform, a cross-party British think tank focused on public services and economic prosperity.
He had earlier worked for the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research, the New Zealand Treasury and as an economic advisor to a front-bench minister. He completed his PhD on Working for Families in the School of Government at Victoria University of Wellington.
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Last updated on Tuesday 14 May 2019