Author Eaqub, Shamubeel
Title Growing Apart : Regional Prosperity in New Zealand
Imprint Wellington : Bridget Williams Books, 2014
©2014
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (55 pages)
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1  Many Nations Beneath the Surface -- Different Regional Economies -- Regional Specialisations -- Economic Interconnections -- Differing Performance -- Inequality, Loss of Trust and Poverty -- Secular versus Local Factors -- 2  Forces Beyond Our Control -- Technology and Accelerating Change -- Unstoppable Urbanisation -- Globalisation and Its Discontents -- Ageing Fast -- 3  Consequences of Change -- A Growing Creative Class -- Educated and Connected -- The Provincial Trap -- 4  Voting with Their Feet -- Leaving, Ageing and Arriving -- Reversal of Decline Is Possible -- 5  Call to Action -- Hard Questions -- No Easy Solutions -- Agree on the Problem and the Goal -- Gather Evidence -- Develop a Strategy -- Collaboration -- Review and Refine -- Growing Together -- Notes and Further Reading -- Introducing BWB Texts -- Acknowledgements -- About the Author
Shamubeel Eaqub highlights the changing economic fortunes of people in different parts of New Zealand - the growing gaps between our regions
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Link Print version: Eaqub, Shamubeel Growing Apart : Regional Prosperity in New Zealand Wellington : Bridget Williams Books,c2014 9781927277614
Subject Cities and towns -- Growth.;Sociology, Urban.;Urbanization
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