Māori Economy

Te Ōhanga Māori 2013

Wednesday June 24, 2015 Dr Ganesh Nana

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BERL report for Te Puni Kōkiri on the 2013 Māori economy is now available Here


This study confirms a further expansion of the size of the Māori economy asset base.


This new research highlights the importance that our focus moves away from the value of the assets as a measure of the Māori economic health.


For Māori, the value of asset holdings lies more in the ability to generate higher incomes, more jobs and better outcomes for whānau, hapū, and Māori.


With the increased potential comes an increased responsibility for Māori to ensure that these assets are utilised productively.