Dr. Ella Henry, a Maori woman from New Zealand

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Dr. Ella Henry, a Maori woman from New Zealand

by pmnationtalk on August 21, 20194163 Views

Dr. Ella Henry, Maori woman, New Zealand working on an Indigenous collaboration for enterprise and the role of Indigenous networks project.

The project explores Indigenous economies, the capability of Indigenous entrepreneurs and enterprise.

This is to be achieved by studying Indigenous networks, through a set of case studies involving business, and other types of networks, the people who work in and with them, and their communities of interest. The primary research question is, ‘what is the role of Indigenous networks, in promoting self-determination, economic development and well-being?

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