Inequality: A New Zealand Crisis

“From the mid-1980s to the mid-2000s, the gap between the rich and the rest has widened faster in New Zealand than in any other developed country,” writes Wellington journalist Max Rashbrooke in the book that has changed the way we think about the consequences of the relationship between the rich and the poor – Inequality: A New Zealand Crisis.

Since its publication in 2013, Inequality has made its mark, changing the nature of public debate about issues like wage equality, tax, benefits and work, among others.

Check out the website of the book here, along with Max Rashbrooke’s blog and other features which aim to spark debate about income gaps, the damage they do, and how to narrow them.

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