The comparative wellbeing of the New Zealand Māori and Indigenous Australian populations since 2000
Some researchers have argued that strong periods of economic growth and economic downturns have a greater impact on the economic position of the Indigenous population than the non-Indigenous population in settler societies such as Australia and New Zealand. Māori have significantly higher levels of wellbeing than Indigenous Australians. The 2007-08 global financial crisis negatively affected economic growth in New Zealand in the two years after 2009, whereas the Australian economy...[Show more]
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