Books

Philip S. Morrison
$14.99
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 ... [+]
$14.99
Decolonisation is a term that scares some, and gives hope to others. It is an uncomfortable and bewildering concept for many New Zealanders – yet needed if we are going to build a country that is fa... [+]
Jonathan Boston
$14.99
In this BWB Text, Jonathan Boston tackles one of the most urgent questions in contemporary New Zealand: how should we transform the welfare state? Boston argues that we need a comprehensive package of... [+]
Shaun Hendy
$14.99
What happens when a leading New Zealand scientist (and frequent traveler) rules out flying for a year? From overnight buses to epic train journeys, Shaun Hendy’s experiences speak to our desire to d... [+]
Nina Hall (ed)
$14.99
In recent years, more people are calling for an independent, values-based foreign policy – and parties of all political stripes are looking for new ideas to achieve that. This book brings together a... [+]
Jade Kake
$14.99
Kake draws on innovative international models to sketch out a vision where Māori are supported to build businesses and affordable homes on whānau, hapū or Treaty settlement lands.... [+]
Sylvia Nissen
$14.99
It was not long ago that students were dismissed as apathetic. Yet, today, a new generation of young political actors is making waves in New Zealand and around the world.... [+]
Mel Bunce
$14.99
In what she describes as both a critique and a love letter, Bunce discusses the state of journalism in New Zealand and the solutions needed to ensure its future.... [+]
David Hall (ed)
$14.99
Climate change is happening and the potential long-term costs are incalculable. But how do we manage the short-term costs of mitigation? How do we undertake a low-emissions transition that won’t und... [+]
Kinley Salmon
$39.99
Could millions of jobs soon be eliminated by artificial intelligence and robots? In this far-sighted and lucid book, Kinley Salmon explores the future of work in New Zealand. He interrogates common pr... [+]

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