There are those who argue Māori Economic Development is about the whānau and there are those who define it almost entirely within the context of the business environment. They are both right. Māori economic development is as much about business as it is about whānau and it is the intersection of these seemingly different economic units that provides for interesting research.
See also Māori Management and Māori Entrepreneurship.
Research Active Staff:
Dr Teorongonui Josie Keelan
Research and Supervisory Interests include:
See Youth Development
Current PhD and Masters students
Wiremu Mato, Master of Arts - Māori Development
Last updated: 14-Feb-2014 10.00pm
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