Inequality : a New Zealand crisis / edited by Max Rashbrooke.
Contributor(s): Rashbrooke, Max [editor of compilation.].Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Bridget Williams Books, 2013Description: xii, 279 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781927131510 (pbk.); 1927131510 (pbk.).Uniform titles: Inequality (2013) Subject(s): Income distribution -- New Zealand | Poverty -- New Zealand | Wealth -- New Zealand | Equality -- New ZealandDDC classification: 339.2
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Preface / Jonathan Boston and Max Rashbrooke -- Part One. Introduction: 1. Why inequality matters / Max Rashbrooke -- 2. Inequality and New Zealand / Max Rashbrooke -- Part Two. Issues and debates: 3. Inequality and the West / Robert Wade -- 4. The cost of inequality / Ganesh Nana -- 5. What kind of equality matters? / Jonathan Boston -- Part Three. Consequences: 6. Only one deck / Karlo Mila -- 7. Building inequality / Philippa Howden-Chapman, Sarah Bierre and Chris Cunningham -- 8. Crime, imprisonment and poverty / Kim Workman and Tracey McIntosh -- 9. Schools and inequality / Cathy Wylie -- 10. Inequality and Māori / Evan Te Ahu Poata-Smith -- Part Four. Looking ahead: 11. Reducing inequality / Paul Barber --12. Education and skills / Paul Dalziel -- 13. The rewards of work / Nigel Haworth -- 14. A better welfare system / Mike O'Brien -- 15. The future is now / Linda Tuhiwai Smith.
"A staggering rise in wealth disparity has transformed New Zealand from one of the developed world's most equal nations to one of the most unequal. So dramatic has been this shift from a supposedly egalitarian society that the future has become difficult to grasp. What are the options for - and barriers to - tackling the gap between rich and poor? Inequality addresses these questions in the New Zealand context - a powerful argument from some of the country's leading commentators"--Publisher information.