A chapter in an edited collection of academic and nonacademic writers discussing New Zealand immigration policy. It is published by Bridget Williams Books. An extract from the chapter was published in the National Business Review and I debated some of its contents in an exchange published by Radio New Zealand. You can find other media coverage at stuff.co.nz, Radio New Zealand and The Spinoff.
An essay questioning Māori conservatism published in the Going Global edition of the Oranui Māori literary journal, which features Māori and European writers pondering issues of identity, migration, diversity, and nationhood. The essay was also published by e-Tangata.
A chapter in a collection of responses to Thomas Piketty's Capital from a range of New Zealand economists and commentators. It is published by Bridget Williams Books. An extract from the chapter was published in idealog. You can find other media coverage at Radio New Zealand and the New Zealand Herald.
An essay in the Pantograph Punch reviewing Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History, one of the first comprehensive histories of Māori. Tangata Whenua was written by Atholl Anderon, Judith Binney and Aroha Harris, and published by Bridget Williams Books.
A review for the New Zealand Listener of Who Gets What - and Why, a book on Market Design by Alvin Roth.
A chapter in a report on unconscious bias and racial achievement gaps in New Zealand. My chapter reviews recent economic literature on racial achievement gaps in the United States, and attempts to draw comparisons between African American and Māori educational and economic outcomes. You can find media coverage by Maori Television, stuff.co.nz, and Radio New Zealand.