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Markets in their Place: Context, Culture, Finance

Russell Prince, Matthew Henry, Carolyn Morris, Aisling Gallagher, Stephen FitzHerbert This collection of essays approaches markets from the ground up, and from a part of the world often still regarded as peripheral to global capitalism: the South Pacific. With a wide variety of case studies, including on indigenous economies, childcare, agriculture, wine, electricity metering, finance, education, and housing, the authors show how complex local, social and cultural politi...

May 26, 2022

People and Place: Why where we live matters

Philip Morrison Where we live impacts our wellbeing – and so is a crucial element in public policy. The relationship between subjective wellbeing and place is not well understood, but it is vitally important. This book provides an analysis of the research thus far and points to ways in which we can improve everyone’s wellbeing through an awareness of the influence of geography....

January 19, 2022

We are Here: An Atlas of Aotearoa

Chris McDowall and Tim Denee  This book’s sets of maps and graphics help New Zealanders make sense of their country, to grasp the scale, diversity and intricacies of Aotearoa, and to experience feelings of connection to land, to place, to this time in our history, and to one another. By making data visible, each graphic reveals insights about Aotearoa. They answer a range of questions: Who visits us? How equal are we? How were these lands formed? Where do we live and work? How do we ...

January 19, 2022

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