Books

John C. Weaver
$59.99
This study describes how relationships, work, poverty, war, illness and legal troubles have driven some to ultimate despair. A moving account of loss and suffering, and an insightful assessment of psy... [+]
Kirsty Gunn
$14.99
In this exquisitely written ‘notebook’ - ‘My Katherine Mansfield Project’ - Gunn explores the meaning of ‘home’.... [+]
Max Rashbrooke
$14.99
A succinct introduction to income inequality in New Zealand, drawn from the larger work 'Inequality' and updated with the latest evidence, is essential reading.... [+]
John Pratt
$4.99
A penetrating discussion of the dramatic transformation in penal thought in New Zealand and the lasting damage it has caused.... [+]
Hamish Campbell
$4.99
A provocative treatment of the ‘Drowning Zealandia’ scientific controversy by geologist Hamish Campbell.... [+]
Max Rashbrooke (ed)
$39.99
The divide between New Zealand’s poorest and wealthiest inhabitants has widened alarmingly over recent decades. Income inequality is a crisis that affects us all. Contributors include leading specia... [+]
Robert Wade
$4.99
This stunning sweep of western societies by New Zealander Robert Wade, professor at the London School of Economics, reveals why inequality has risen internationally, how it’s been justified, and the... [+]
Jane Kelsey
$4.99
In this hard-hitting BWB Text, Professor Jane Kelsey picks apart the current negotiations surrounding the proposed Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement and comes to some disturbing conclusions. ... [+]
Rebecca Macfie
$4.99
Written over a period of two years, Rebecca Macfie's searing account of the Christchurch earthquakes traces the city's struggle to recover from the disaster and plan for the future. Publishe... [+]
Jane Kelsey (ed)
$39.99
The global financial crisis exposed flaws in the free market, yet New Zealand is negotiating a free- trade agreement. International commentators expose the myths.... [+]

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