A closer look at the cultural survival dimension of Māori Genuine Progress Indicator (mGPI) accounting

This report contains the findings of a kaupapa-based literature review (Cole 2019a; 2019b) on the topic of cultural survival. While this topic of inquiry will be of interest to scholars

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Māori genuine progress indicator (mGPI) accounting: the critical role of knowledge development in Māori community wellbeing and cultural survival

This report explores the critical role that knowledge development within Māori communities plays in supporting their wellbeing and cultural survival aspirations. It highlights a unique, bottom-up approach to national accounting

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An introduction to Māori Genuine Progress Indicator (mGPI) accounting

This report provides a written introduction to Māori Genuine Progress Indicator (mGPI) accounting as an alternative to GDP based National Accounting in New Zealand. mGPI accounting more appropriately measures the

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Tātari Tauutuutu: moving beyond ‘cultural impact assessment’ in search of Māori cultural survival outcomes

This report was written following a decision to discontinue using a ‘cultural impact assessment’ approach after becoming more aware of the limitations of this now well-established planning and policy tool.

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Tātari Tauutuutu: accounting for the Māori cultural economy

1. What is Tātari Tauutuutu? In Te Reo Māori, the word ‘tātari’ is generally translated into English as a verb associated with: sifting, sorting-out, measuring-out or analysing. The word ‘tauutuutu’ can

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Practical options for the adoption of ecosystem services thinking and methods by Māori communities in New Zealand

Special issue on ecosystem services (report 6) This report focuses on practical considerations associated with the possible role of ecosystem services as a contribution that assists in reclaiming, reframing and

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