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Wealth and New Zealand

Max Rashbrooke


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PUBLISHED: 4th September 2015
ISBN: 9780908321575
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Following his groundbreaking work on income inequality, Max Rashbrooke examines how wealth shapes New Zealand experience.
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  • Paperback
    $10.79
PUBLISHED: 4th September 2015
ISBN: 9780908321575
ANNOTATION:
Following his groundbreaking work on income inequality, Max Rashbrooke examines how wealth shapes New Zealand experience.

Annotation

Following his groundbreaking work on income inequality, Max Rashbrooke examines how wealth shapes New Zealand experience.

Publisher Description

The most recent NBR Rich List has revealed the biggest proportional increase in wealth since the list first appeared in 1986. But what do these figures mean and what else do we know about New Zealand's fortunes? Following his groundbreaking work on income inequality, Max Rashbrooke examines how wealth shapes our experience. Drawing on previously unpublished data, he explores what constitutes wealth in New Zealand where, how and why it is held. In doing so, he addresses how wealth has come to be so unevenly distributed, and why this imbalance is something we can no longer ignore.

Author Biography

Max Rashbrooke is a Wellington journalist and author. He has written for national newspapers and magazines in New Zealand and the UK, including the Guardian, the Herald and the Listener. He was also the 2011 recipient of the Bruce Jesson Award. He has become a major commentator on the rising gap between rich and poor in New Zealand, with Inequality: A New Zealand Crisis released in 2013, and the shorter introduction to inequality, The Inequality Debate, released in 2014.

Product Details

Author
Max Rashbrooke
Publisher
Bridget Williams Books
Series
BWB Texts
Year
2015
ISBN-10
0908321570
ISBN-13
9780908321575
Format
Paperback
Country of Publication
New Zealand
Pages
132
Publication Date
2015-09-04