The Evolution And Professionalisation Of Private Wealth In New Zealand

New Zealand is a small, sparsely populated, isolated country which, in its modern history, has mostly generated gross domestic product and private wealth by converting carbohydrate (grass and grain) to protein (beef, lamb, wool, and milk) for export to its major trading partners. This mode of commerce continues today on a platform of political stability and social cohesion and has, for many decades, provided a relatively comfortable, egalitarian lifestyle and well-functioning social services for most people in the country.

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