New Zealand Asia Institute
The New Zealand Asia Institute (NZAI) undertakes research focusing on engagement with Asia, provides a forum for informed debates, and offers a bridge to Asia-related expertise and research within the University of Auckland.
Kem Ley’s murder puts Cambodia politics, economy at risk as unrest looms
23 September 2016The unstable political environment and the murder of a popular political commentator has put Cambodia’s transition to democracy and the country’s economy at risk.
Meeting China’s productivity challenge
23 September 2016For decades, China’s economic growth depended on investments and the continuous supply of workers. However, economic growth is now in decline and the investment model is no longer a viable strategy.
About the New Zealand Asia Institute
Welcome to the New Zealand Asia Institute (NZAI).
Research activities conducted by the institute focusing on engagement with Asia.
Meet the NZAI team, Studies Centre Directors, research associates and visitors - read brief profiles and learn more about their research interests.
Our studies centres
Find out about NZAI's four centres - China, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia.
Links to websites and resources that relate to research on Asia.
How to contact the New Zealand Asia Institute.