Reflections on Not In Narrow Seas: The Economic History of Aotearoa New Zealand 3
This book by Brian Easton is a true magnum opus. It takes an extremely long-term view, moving from the geological formation of the land millions of years ago, forward to its social and economic transformation today. What holds the narrative together is the economic lens applied by the author, as he takes us through social change, economic development, cultural diversification, revealing trends, shocks, stability, and uncertainty.
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