Monetary Policy Challenge

Results

The Monetary Policy Challenge has gone from strength to strength since it began in 2002. Hundreds of secondary school students from around New Zealand have taken part and found the competition an interesting and useful experience. Schools from around New Zealand have won the national title.

2017 winners

Kristin School, Auckland

Kristin School (Auckland) was the national winner of the Reserve Bank 2017 Monetary Policy Challenge (MPC). Macleans College (Auckland) placed second and Saint Patrick's College (Wellington) came third.

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Watch the 2017 winning presentations

2016 winners

Waikato Diocesan School for Girls

Waikato Diocesan School for Girls was the national winner of the Reserve Bank 2016 Monetary Policy Challenge (MPC). Scots College (Wellington) placed second and Macleans College (Auckland) came third.

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2015 winners

Kings College, Auckland

King's College was the national winner of the Reserve Bank 2015 Monetary Policy Challenge (MPC). Waikato Diocesan School for Girls was placed second and Taupo-nui-a-Tia College came third.

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2014

Taupo-nui-a-Tia College, Taupo

Taupo-nui-a-Tia College was the national winner of the Reserve Bank 2014 Monetary Policy Challenge (MPC). Takapuna Grammar School from Auckland was placed second and Glenfield College from Auckland came third.

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2013

Westlake Boys High School, Auckland

Westlake Boys High School was the national winner of the Reserve Bank 2013 Monetary Policy Challenge (MPC). Saint Kentigern College from Auckland was placed second and Christchurch Girls' High School came third.

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2012

Rangitoto College, Auckland

Rangitoto College from Auckland was the national winner of the Reserve Bank 2012 Monetary Policy Challenge (MPC). Burnside High School from Christchurch was placed second and Waikato Diocesan School for Girls from Hamilton came third.

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2011

Saint Kentigern College, Auckland

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2010

Kristin School, Auckland

2009

Kings College, Auckland

2008

Scots College, Wellington

2007

New Plymouth Girls' High School

2006

Saint Kentigern College, Auckland

2005

Nelson College

2004

Hillcrest High School, Hamilton

2003

Tawa College, Wellington

2002

Logan Park High School, Dunedin