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Simon Lambert
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Associate Professor, Maori Planning, Development, Environmental and Resource Management
Associate Professor, Maori Planning, Development, Environmental and Resource Management

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NZ Productivity (via 'Croaking Cassandra')...
A while ago, I listed Michael Reddell's blog 'Croaking Cassandra' as a good one to follow for critique's of New Zealand's macro economic performance. His has had a few posts on productivity - the measure of wealth produced per unit of effort (normally GDP/h...

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Maori Economy on Waitangi Day
The Maori Economy discourse continues its momentum - ie the Common Knowledge on Maori economic functioning expands - yet the fragility of Maori communities remains. Here's a good article on the diverse components  of this economy, and respect to Dr. Maria B...

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The Maori Economy 2017: Not my economy...
Anand Menon  was in Newcastle speaking before the Brexit referendum. 'Invoking the gods of economics', Professor Menon argued the UK’s GDP was likely to plunge if Britain left the EU. A Geordie woman yelled out: “That’s your bloody GDP. Not ours.” ' Out of ...

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Expertsure link...
A while ago (sheez, 7 years!) I posted on Indigenous Peoples and Mining, specifically in response to Schedule 4 land in Aotearoa . One of the links, to Bolivian lithium reserves, went to a site that has recently shifted domains. So, in the interests maintai...

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Data ethics: The Signal Code
Hot of the press, The Signal Code articulates five human rights to information during crisis: 1. The Right to Information 2. The Right to Protection from Harm 3. The Right to Data Security and Privacy 4. The Right to Data Agency 5. The Right to Redress and ...

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The Second Eejit thesis: Dickheads, Race Hustlers, PR Queens...
The recent Aotearoa NZ racism spat has been dismissed by some as a non-event, a rush of outrage to fill the Xmas holidays slow-news days . The facts are not in dispute: Wealthy Pakeha sports fan and philanthropist Sir Peter Leitch made a throwaway comment t...

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New blog...
Moving to Saskatoon very soon, I've decided to start a new blog 'White Owl on Highway 11'  about personal and professional experiences in a new land, background research for which has already started... http://www.milebymile.com/main/highway-119.html

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Maori unemployment still high, sheds aren't homes, and Rakiura win in customary rights case...
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