A wide-ranging, multi-author work covering all aspects of social policy in Aotearoa New Zealand
This book is essential reading for tertiary students in social policy and related subjects, as well as the wider policy-making community.
The huge breadth of coverage includes policy design and implementation, big data, social investment, taxation and social policy, and policy monitoring and evaluation, as well as chapters on the key policy domains of health, education, housing, poverty, justice, families and children, and gender, among others, along with appraisals of the policy impacts of alternating approaches to government through the first two decades of the twenty-first century.
Issues of race, identity and wellbeing are a constant thread throughout, as are possible future issues policy-makers may have to contend with.
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