This page provides links to my published work.


World Policy Journal; Spring 2016; Is Affirmative Action Necessary to Overcome Institutional Racism? (Column)

Mana Magazine; April/May; Tainui and Ngāi Tahu Investment in GoBus  (Column)

Mana Magazine; Feb/Mar; Ngāi Tūhoe and Tino Rangatiratanga (Column)



Mana Magazine; Dec/Jan; The Review of Te Ture Whenua Māori (Column)

Mana Magazine; Oct/Nov; Navigating Difficult Economic Conditions (Column)

Mana Magazine: Aug/Sep

Mana Magazine: June/July; Applying Kaupapa Māori Theories in the Boardroom (Column)

Mana Magazine; Apr/May; Money to Burn – Māori Investment (Feature Article)

Mana Magazine; Feb/Mar; The Ngāpuhi Settlement (Column)

New Zealand Herald; January 15; Economic Growth Key To Future For Māori (Column)

New Zealand Herald; January 13; Waitangi Tribunal A Part Of The Healing Process (Column)



Mana Magazine; Dec/Jan; Settlement Funds and Distribution Policy (Column)

Mana Magazine: Oct/Nov

Mana Magazine; Aug/Sep; Aspirations for the Te Ātiawa Settlement (Column)



Auckland University Law Review

Financing Maori Land Development

In 2008 an edited version of my Legal Honours dissertation was published in the University of Auckland Law Review (2008) 14 Auckland U L Rev 217. In this paper I analysed the difficulty faced by owners of Māori land in accessing finance to develop their land. I concluded that there existed a market failure in relation to access of finance for development due to the special circumstances of Maori land tenure. In recognition of tino rangatiratanga (self-determination), I proposed the establishment of a Māori Mutual Society to lend finance for such development. A Māori Mutual would be controlled by the Māori investors and would allow lending to occur according to Māori tikanga (law)