Jason Paul Mika

Jason Paul Mika
The University of Waikato · Waikato Management School

Doctor of Philosophy
In April 2022, I joined Te Raupapa Waikato Management School and Te Kotahi Research Institute at University of Waikato

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Introduction
Jason Paul Mika is Tūhoe, Ngāti Awa, Whakatōhea and Ngāti Kahungunu. He is an associate professor at Te Raupapa Waikato Management School and Te Kotahi Research Institute, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Additional affiliations
March 2015 - June 2016
GHA
Position
  • Consultant
April 2014 - present
Massey University
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Lecturer for: 152.270 Māori Management and 152.370 Māori Business
January 2012 - March 2014
Massey University
Position
  • Senior Tutor
Description
  • Tutor for: 115.108 Organisations & Management; 152.700 Organisations & Management; 152.270 Māori Management; 152.370 Māori Management
Education
August 2011 - May 2015
Massey University
Field of study
  • Management
February 1998 - November 2002
Victoria University of Wellington
Field of study
  • Public Policy
February 1994 - November 1995
The University of Waikato
Field of study
  • Management

Publications

Publications (83)
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This research aims to identify opportunities for the tourism industry to effectively address the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in ways that respect Indigenous priorities and support development aspirations of Indigenous peoples. We do so via case studies of Indigenous tourism among small-medium sized enterprises in Fiji, Australia and Aotear...
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This research, entitled te ao pakihi—the business world—set out to identify Māori enterprise perspectives on the New Zealand-United Kingdom free trade agreement (NZ-UK FTA) being negotiated by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) officials and their UK counterparts. In their desire to uphold the Crown’s obligations to Māori under the Treaty...
Technical Report
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This report sets out the findings and recommendations from research into Māori governance and its potential to effect change in persistent inequalities that affect Māori. Māori governance is a form of Indigenous governance to be found in Aotearoa New Zealand that gives collective voice and agency to tribal and nontribal aspirations and imperatives...
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A te ao Māori world view on the environment derives from mātauranga Māori (Māori knowledge), which provides a metaphysical explanation of the universe in which humans are descendants of Ranginui (sky father) and Papatūānuku (earth mother). In this view, human approaches to environmental management are modelled on the guardianship provided by the go...
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The theoretical challenge posed by this paper is to find a conceptualisation of value for entrepreneurship theory grounded in Indigenous knowledge from a Māori perspective capable of guiding entrepreneurs operating for sustainability and wellbeing. We review Western and Māori theories of value, values, and valuation. We argue that Indigenous concep...
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Māori, the Indigenous peoples of Aotearoa New Zealand, were formerly colonised by the British from 1840 following the signing of te Tiriti o Waitangi (the Treaty of Waitangi). Māori remain numerically significant in New Zealand and are the second largest ethnic group after Pākehā (New Zealand Europeans). Pre-colonial, traditional Māori society, thr...
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In recent years global trade has come under attack for a growth focus that has failed to stem inequality. At the same time, the number of Indigenous exporters is on the rise. The purpose of this study was to understand Indigenous export practices to gain insights for future trade policy development. We thematically analysed semi-structured intervie...
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The Te Awa Tupua (Whanganui River Claims Settlement) Act 2017 formalised a new way to view, use and understand Te Awa Tupua—the Whanganui River. While giving legal personhood to a river is relatively recent, the paradigm shift towards a new consciousness of natural phenomena having physical and spiritual identities originates from Indigenous knowle...
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The Māori marine economy is a view of the oceans and its economic activity, value, and impact that comes from a place of kinship and reciprocity. In a te ao Māori world view, the oceans are an ancestral being – Tangaroa, god of the seas, its currents and its inhabitants – to whom people have kinship rights and obligations and on whom we depend for...
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Purpose This paper aims to explore how Maori entrepreneurs in Aotearoa New Zealand negotiate cultural and commercial imperatives in their entrepreneurial practice. Culture is integral to Indigenous entrepreneurship, an example being tikanga Maori (Maori cultural values) and Maori entrepreneurship. This study discusses the tensions and synergies inh...
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This report outlines the scope of the project He oranga whānau: mahi ngātahi Whānau livelihoods within the context of work and Māori economies of wellbeing, which has been funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga—the New Zealand Māori Centre of Research Excellence. Its purpose is to set the direction and design for the research project. To say the creati...
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This article theorises the question—what is the role and nature of Indigenous environmental defenders in Aotearoa New Zealand? We explore Māori—the Indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand—who act as environmental defenders of their lands and waters despite the perpetual insecurity of their constitutional rights and imbalances in power and resourc...
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Indigenous entrepreneurial ecosystem development is not addressed in research. We define and characterise Indigenous entrepreneurial ecosystems and their evolution based on a qualitative study comparing Indigenous entrepreneurship in Chile and in Aotearoa New Zealand. We draw on interviews with 10 Mapuche entrepreneurs in Araucanía and 10 Māori ent...
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He kōrero whāiti is an extended summary of independent research into Māori enterprise perspectives on the New Zealand-United Kingdom free trade agreement (NZ-UK FTA) completed in June 2021 for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT). The information is intended for those with an interest in Māori perspectives on the NZ-UK FTA. In the rese...
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The New Zealand government has introduced a COVID-19 domestic vaccine pass to be used in conjunction with the COVID-19 Protection Framework. The Framework is likely to be activated soon after Cabinet meets on 29 November 2021. The pass will be necessary to access places and events that require proof of vaccination under the Framework. This brief do...
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He tirohanga whānui tēnei whakarāpopoto o te wā, ki ngā pakihi Māori o roto i te rohe o Manawatū-Whanganui me ā rātou mahi. He mea tuhi e Te Au Rangahau, te pokapū rangahau pakihi Māori o Te Kura Pakihi o Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa, e Te Kaunihera o Papaioea (PNCC) me te Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA).
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This update provides a snapshot of Māori business activity in the Manawatū-Whanganui region, prepared by Te Au Rangahau—Massey Business School’s Māori business research centre, Palmerston North City Council (PNCC) and Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA).
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Previous research on cyberbullying has focused almost entirely on examining its prevalence among dominant ethnic populations, leaving it unclear how common cyberbullying is among indigenous peoples. Our study draws on a large sample of Māori adults aged 18-83 years (n = 6,529) who completed the questionnaire-based Māori Identity and Financial Attit...
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Māori, the Indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand, have an intrinsically environmental approach to economics. This approach—informed by the Māori worldview—was refined over the first millennium of inhabitation, before colonization brought the intrusion of Western institutions and the consequent involution of Māori institutions. Māori view humans...
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This study explores the theory and practice of Māori enterprise collaboration. There exists a strong rationale for Māori enterprise collaboration as it builds on the relationality of a Māori world view, shared values and existing whakapapa (genealogical) relationships. Collaboration is considered integral to Māori development because it is set agai...
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This paper examines the relationship between body mass index (BMI), self-esteem and self-reported confidence and capability in expressing oneself culturally as Māori (cultural efficacy) for 5,470 Māori who participated in Te Rangahau o Te Tuakiri Māori me Ngā Waiaro ā-Pūtea | The Māori Identity and Financial Attitudes Study (MIFAS) in 2017. Adjusti...
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This report provides insights from five Māori enterprises on the New Zealand-United Kingdom free trade agreement (NZ-UK FTA). Whakapapa is the key determinant of being a Māori business. Interviewees acknowledge that values and relationships distinguish Māori from non-Māori enterprises. Kaupapa Māori is ensuring that relationships are shared and max...
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This report provides findings from questions about Covid-19 and its impact on Māori wellbeing during lockdown in 2020 that were included in the second round of the Māori Identity and Financial Attitudes (MIFAS) survey conducted in 2020. A total of 3,116 Māori responded with completed surveys and answered some (or all) of the open- ended questions a...
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This report provides insights from five Māori enterprises on the NZ-UK FTA. The enterprises include a Māori lands trust dealing primarily in geothermal energy, the commercial arm of an iwi entity, and a collective of Māori kiwifruit growers. Interviewees acknowledge that Māori business is unique and does not necessarily fit in the generic ‘box’ of...
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This report provides insights from five Māori enterprises on the NZ-UK FTA. The enterprises include a Māori lands trust dealing primarily in forestry, dairy farming and kiwifruit, a communications organisation, and the national body for Māori tourism. Interviewees acknowledge that Māori business has whakapapa reflected in ownership and Māori value...
Technical Report
This report provides insights from five Māori enterprises on the NZ-UK FTA. Whakapapa continues to be the key determinant of being a Māori business. Interviewees are involved with many business arrangements from being active lease/royalty holders to full ownership and management. Kaupapa Māori is ensuring Maori values are at the forefront of decisi...
Technical Report
This report provides insights from five Māori enterprises on the NZ-UK FTA. Whakapapa continues to be the key determinant of being a Māori business. Interviewees are involved with many business arrangements from being active lease/royalty holders to full ownership and management. Kaupapa Māori is ensuring Maori values are at the forefront of decisi...
Technical Report
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This report provides insights from five Māori enterprises on the NZ-UK FTA. Whakapapa is the key determinant of being a Māori business. Interviewees acknowledge a myriad of arrangements such as joint ventures. Kaupapa Māori is being committed to the aspirations of Māori and not just economic enterprise—putting the people first. Employment aspiratio...
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This report provides insights from five Māori enterprises on the NZ-UK FTA. The enterprises include: (1) a Māori authority (forestry, kiwifruit, and dairy exporter); (2) a large global mainstream digital technologies company; (3) a Māori health provider; (4) a national Māori enterprise assistance provider; (5) a Māori entrepreneur in technology. Of...
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This report provides insights about what Māori believe about climate change and how this connected with Māori knowledge. The report is a based on data from the Māori identity and financial attitudes survey (MIFAS), which gathered the views of 7,019 Māori via survey in 2017. The report is part of a collaborative research project between University o...
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This update provides a snapshot of Māori business activity in the Manawatū-Whanganui region, prepared by Te Au Rangahau—Massey Business School’s Māori business research centre, Palmerston North City Council (PNCC) and Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA).
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Te Awa Tupua is an ancestor of the Māori people of Whanganui, and is also the Whanganui River, who in 2017 was formally recognised as a person. While legally conferring personhood upon an element of nature is relatively novel, it recognises a fundamental principle of indigeneity, that all things—human and nonhuman—are related. We explore intersecti...
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Indigenous entrepreneurship promotes economic prosperity in both Indigenous and mainstream societies. There is a paucity of comparative studies of Indigenous entrepreneurship in the Pacific Rim, particularly studies spanning the Western and Eastern hemispheres. This study of Indigenous entrepreneurship in Chile and New Zealand explores the impact o...
Technical Report
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This report sets out the findings and outcomes of the Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (NPM) funded platform research project entitled ‘Developing a Māori theory of value,’ which was completed between 1 October 2018 and 31 March 2021. The original end date of 30 September 2020 was extended by way of variation due to the impact of Covid-19. The purpose of t...
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This paper sets out our submission on the Productivity Commission’s final draft report on the inquiry into frontier firms focusing on Māori frontier firms. We draw upon current and previous research to support our analysis and advice. The inquiry adopts the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) definition of frontier firms...
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This chapter provides an introduction to the theory and practice of Indigenous entrepreneurship based on recent research, policy and practice. It includes five cases of Indigenous entrepreneurs, three from Aotearoa New Zealand and and two from the United States - all of whom have been participants in my research into Indigenous entrepreneurship. I...
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Reviews of Māori land generally focus on how the 80% identified as “under-performing” or “under-utilised” can be more productive. This article analyses the 20% of Māori Land Incorporations and Trusts classified as “high-performing” to identify what enabled their success, but to also determine any remaining constraints. It uses thematic analysis to...
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This is a reflective account of an inquiry learning process that took place as a small country school corrected its name from Tiritea to Turitea. We discuss the process as an example of how boards in mainstream schools can work collaboratively to uphold te ao Māori (the Māori world) in schools and to recognise obligations under the Te Tiriti o Wait...
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Purpose To explore the cultural context of Indigenous family entrepreneurs and to apply to them the concept of n-Culturals, thus contributing to validating the concept. Design/methodology/approach Interview data collected from Wayuu entrepreneurs in La Guajira region of Colombia and from Māori entrepreneurs in the Rotorua region of New Zealand wer...
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This paper reviews the article by McCormack entitled 'Precarity, indigeneity and the market for Māori fisheries.' Precarity is a political concept used to describe the vulnerabilities and instability experienced by displaced labour and others, which has capitalistic roots. McCormack successfully unpacks the cycle of possession-dispossession-reposse...
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This paper reviews the article by McCormack entitled 'Precarity, indigeneity and the market for Māori fisheries.' Precarity is a political concept used to describe the vulnerabilities and instability experienced particularly by displaced labour, which has capitalistic roots. McCormack unpacks the process of dispossession of Māori fisheries by refer...
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Indigenous enterprises are increasingly engaging in international business and trade, mainly in agriculture, forestry, fishing, and tourism, to grow Indigenous economies. The experiences of the Indigenous peoples of Aotearoa New Zealand (the Māori) and of Alaska provide a context and case through which to explore cross-cultural exchanges in busines...
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The incoming Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is causing vast technological innovations, from exponential increases in computing power and data, to closing the gap between physical, digital and biological worlds. These innovations are impacting all people, cultures and economies, and even going so far as to challenge the essence of what it means...
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Responsible management represents an advance in managerialism's assumptions about the role of managers to address unwelcome side-effects of the capitalistic firm and its market orientation, but existing literature may not adequately account for an Indigenous view of the concept, its practice or its potential. This chapter adds to emerging Indigenou...
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As part of the Our Land and Water National Science Challenge Programme, the project Toitu te Whenua, Toitu te Koira, Toitu te Tikanga – Whenua, Life, Values (from here on WLV) – is focused on creating a decision-making tool for Māori trust and incorporation farms that will allow them to overcome, avoid, mitigate or ameliorate the constraints and ta...
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As part of the Our Land and Water National Science Challenge Programme, the project Toitu te Whenua, Toitu te Koira, Toitu te Tikanga – Whenua, Life, Values (from here on WLV) – is focused on creating a prioritization tool for Māori land trusts and incorporation engaged in farming. The tool allows Māori agribusinesses to gauge their current levels...
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As part of the Our Land and Water National Science Challenge Programme, the project Toitu te Whenua, Toitu te Koira, Toitu te Tikanga - Whenua, Life, Values (from here on WLV) – is focused on creating a decisionmaking tool for Māori trust and incorporation farms that will allow them to overcome, avoid, mitigate or ameliorate the constraints and tak...
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As part of the Our Land and Water National Science Challenge Programme, the project Toitu te Whenua, Toitu te Koira, Toitu te Tikanga – Whenua, Life, Values (from here on WLV) – is focused on creating a decision-making tool for Māori trust and incorporation farms that will allow them to overcome, avoid, mitigate or ameliorate the constraints and ta...
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This report provides a review of literature on the Māori marine economy. The report begins by defining ‘blue economy’ and what is meant by an Indigenous blue economy. Next, it outlines the Māori worldview in order to delineate the full parameters of an Indigenous blue economy. It then introduces the traditional Māori marine economy before contact a...
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This report uses seven case studies conducted by the Whai Rawa, Whai Mana, Whai Oranga Project Team with a range of different Māori fisheries participants to examine aspects of their operations that have a resonance with kaitiaki-centred business models. The case studies are with the large Māori fishing companies Ngāi Tahu Seafood and Moana New Zea...
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The Māori marine economy (MME) has emerged out of Māori responses and adaptations to Crown created institutions and structures that are different from traditional Māori institutions. These institutions aim to deliver the Crown’s obligations to Māori under the Treaty of Waitangi (Fisheries Claims) Settlement Act 1992, Māori Commercial Aquaculture Cl...
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Purpose – This paper aims to contribute to indigenous entrepreneurship theory by identifying what constitutes an indigenous enterprise, focusing on Aotearoa New Zealand as a case. Design/methodology/approach – This paper combines policy (quantitative survey) and academic research (qualitative interviews) to answer the same question, what is an ind...
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Purpose This paper aims to examine indigenous governance and economies of iwi Maori (Maori tribes) in Aotearoa New Zealand. Research into persisting inequities amongst iwi that have settled treaty claims and the potential for intervention through new governance models and indigenous entrepreneurship contextualise the paper. Design/methodology/appr...
Conference Paper
Māori internationalisation and trade policy: the role of business ethics Tanya Jurado Jason Mika Massey University Massey University Our study seeks to shed light on how Māori who engage with New Zealand’s trade agenda view trade, in particular in relation to Māori business ethics and indigenous values. The New Zealand export sector sustains more...
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Te manu ka rere: Fostering Mäori enterprise financial capability is a project that was conceptualised and conducted by Westpac Massey Financial Education Centre director Dr Puspha Wood and Te Au Rangahau codirector Dr Jason Paul Mika. “Te manu ka rere” is taken from the Mäori saying “Ma te huruhuru te manu ka rere,” which means that adorned with fe...
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This chapter is about what it means to be an indigenous management consultant and practice management consulting from an indigenous perspective within Aotearoa New Zealand. The chapter draws on the experience of Māori management consultants as self-employed contractors, owner-operators of management consulting firms and as management consultants in...
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The purpose of this report was to conduct an environmental scan of Māori business in the Manawatū focusing on Māori business needs, gaps in local enterprise assistance for Māori business and developing a snapshot of Māori business in the region. An entrepreneurial ecosystem approach was used to conduct the scan that will inform Te Au Pakihi’s value...
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Indigenous entrepreneurs represent a growing segment of the business community in many countries, but face sometimes stark challenges in starting and running enterprises. The success of indigenous entrepreneurs matters because they draw upon their indigeneity as sources of inspiration and innovation, contribute to the collective wellbeing of indige...
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Perspectives on indigenous entrepreneurship, innovation and enterprise - Volume 23 Special Issue - Jason P Mika, Lorraine Warren, Dennis Foley, Farah R Palmer
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This conceptual paper examines entrepreneurial ecosystems in relation to indigenous entrepreneurship, with a focus on Māori entrepreneurs within Aotearoa New Zealand. Aotearoa New Zealand is eminently concerned with business growth, and sees entrepreneurship, innovation, science, education and infrastructure all having a role in bringing this about...
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Māori approaches to lands and waterways assume an indivisible relationship between human and non-human entities, hence the common term tangata whenua (people of the land) used to refer to Indigenous peoples of Aotearoa/New Zealand. This article provides an overview of Māori conceptual underpinnings related to land, water and people from Māori agrib...
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One of the great challenges for indigenous and non-indigenous entrepreneurs in the twenty-first century is to move beyond profit maximisation as an acceptable modality for doing business and gravitate towards the concept of socially optimal outcomes, where maximising community well-being and minimising externalities to the natural environment and s...
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Tairāwhiti Māori Economic Development Report is about economic opportunities for Tairāwhiti Māori, whānau, hapū and Iwi. It offers critical insight and a selection of options to support and enhance te ao Māori economy (Māori world economy) within Tairāwhiti. The research was mandated by eleven iwi and Māori businesses in September 2015 in response...
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Motu Economic and Public Policy Research (Motu) has worked with Poutama Trust over 2013-2016 to analyse the use of Poutama’s data in evaluating the effectiveness of Poutama’s grant assistance for its business clients. Motu employed Jason Mika as an intern from August to December 2013 to initiate work on this project with Motu senior fellow Arthur G...
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Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research in collaboration with the University of Waikato, Lincoln University, Massey University, Boffa Miskell, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board and Makirikiri Aggregated Trust have developed a unique economic decision-making framework for collective assets by iwi, hapū and Māori organisations. This repor...
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Māori entrepreneurs are contributing to a growing Māori economy. Māori entrepreneurs proudly identify with being Māori and doing business in a Māori way. A Māori way of doing business is defined by Māori culture, identity and enterprise ownership. This thesis found that public enterprise assistance helps Māori entrepreneurs satisfy firm-level busin...
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This is a conceptual article located in the discourses of indigeneity, postcolonialism, and critical management studies in which we seek to renew interest in Māori management as a distinctive form of management within Aotearoa New Zealand. We discuss defining Māori management and Māori organisations and their relevance for today’s organsiations in...
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This paper is about the role of culture in Māori international business and trade. The paper is conceptual, drawing on existing literature to examine relevant theory and scope for empirical research. The paper argues that Māori culture strengthens international business between Māori and overseas business partners. There is however uncertainty as t...
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This is a conceptual article located in the discourses of indigeneity, post-colonialism and critical management studies in which we seek to renew interest in Ma¯ori management as a distinctive form of management within Aotearoa New Zealand. We discuss defining Ma¯ori management and Ma¯ori organisations and their relevance for today’s organsiations...
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This chapter examines the role of elders in indigenous economic development. The chapter focuses on the experience of kaumātua (elders) within Māori enterprises—commercial entities owned and operated by Māori, the indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand—as a country specific case. The chapter attempts to meld two intellectual domains. Firstly, th...
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This article is a personal account of PhD study in progress. It talks about whether or not academia is part of the "real world" and constitutes a "real job" and offers a prescription for getting on with a PhD from one who admittedly has yet to finish. The prescription will no doubt change upon graduation. As an exercise in reflexivity I have indulg...
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This paper is about manaakitanga, a cultural ethic of generosity in the Māori language, and the ways in which this manifests within Māori enterprises of Aotearoa New Zealand. Manaakitanga is defined in terms of its traditional and contemporary usage and discussed as part of an emerging ethical code for entrepreneurship derived from indigenous wisdo...
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A report on the efficacy of using Poutama Trust's database for research on Māori business
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A brief history of Tūhoe Fisheries Charitable Trust from its inception in 2006 to its eventual consolidation within Te Uru Taumatua, the Tūhoe post-settlement governance entity.
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This article summarises my doctoral research, which is currently underway at the School of Management, College of Business, Massey University in Palmerston North, New Zealand. The article relates to a presentation I delivered at the conference between Meiji University Graduate Business School and Massey University’s School of Management held 20 Nov...
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This is a conceptual paper in which we seek to renew interest in Māori management as a distinctive form of management within Aotearoa New Zealand. We attempt to define Māori management and discuss its relevance for today’s organisations. We examine some differences and similarities between Western and Māori management in terms of the four functions...
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This paper outlines the importance of Māori participation in management education in New Zealand. We review data on Māori participation (the ‘demand-side’) in management degrees in New Zealand universities and suggest reasons to explain the level of Māori participation in such programmes. A brief review of the extent to which New Zealand’s eight un...
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This research paper was completed in fulfilment of the requirements of the Victoria University of Wellington Masters in Public Policy. The purpose of the research paper was to add value to public policy knowledge about capacity building by exploring different perspectives of what capacity building means for Māori, the Crown, and agencies. The resea...

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Advance the aspirations of Indigenous enterprise through trade and trade policy that provides for and upholds Indigenous rights and interests.