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Volume II, Issue 2, December 2006

Refereed Articles

Alex Maritz

Indigenous Enterprise In The Social Context: The New Zealand Indigenous Entrepreneur

Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia

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Pardeep S. Shehrawat

Agro Processing Industries---A Challengeing Entrepreneurship For Rural Development

CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, India

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Nancy Cordero, Gregory Francesco Blanch, Robert O. Coppedge

Delivering Business Expertise To Rural Businesses: A Case Study

New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA

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Howard Frederick and Dennis Foley

Indigenous Populations as Disadvantaged Entrepreneurs in Australia and New Zealand

NZ Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Auckland New Zealand

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Volume II, Issue 1, October 2006

Refereed Articles

Allan Au, Allan Chan, Alan Tse

How Ethical are University Students in the People's Republic of China - A Preliminary Analysis

The Open University of Hong Kong

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Vikram Murthy, David McKie

Lifting barriers: Leadership, tactical, and strategic issues from, and for, indigenous community development

Waikato Management School, Hamilton, New Zealand

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Teorongonui Josie Keelan, Christine Woods

Mauipreneur: understanding Maori entrepreneurship

University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

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M Botha, G H Nieman and J J van Vuuren

Evaluating the Women Entrepreneurship Training Programme: A South African study

University of Pretoria, South Africa

Polly Mashigo

The debt spiral in the poor households in South Africa

Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa

Peter Mellalieu

Case Study: Capacity building for entrepreneur enabling in southern Africa

UNITEC, Auckland, New Zealand

Harwood Hoover

Ethics and Environment: Can There Be a Consensus Across Cultures?

Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA

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Volume 1, Issue I, Special Edition WiPCE 2005, November 2005

Special Edition Editors

 Shane Edwards, New Zealand
Interim Campus Director, Te Wananga o Aoteaora, Te Awamutu

 Materoa Dodd, New Zealand
School of Maori & Pacific Development, University of Waikato, Hamilton

 Timoti Karetu, New Zealand
Te Panekiretanga O Te Reo, Te Wananga o Aoteaora, Napier

 Jens Mueller, New Zealand
Associate Professor, Waikato Management School, Hamilton

Special Edition Editorial Board

 Craig Coxhead, New Zealand
School of Law, University of Waikato, Hamilton

 Ngahuia Dixon, New Zealand
School of Maori & Pacific Development, University of Waikato, Pro Dean Academic, Hamilton

 Kieran Hewitson, New Zealand
Raroera Campus Director, Te Wananga o Aoteaora, Te Rapa/Hamilton

 Ngapare Hopa, New Zealand
Te Wananga o Aoteaora, Hamilton

 Kathie Irwin, New Zealand
Director Academic Programmes, Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi ki Poneke, Wellington

 Phil Lambert, New Zealand
Te Wananga o Aoteaora, Hamilton

 Bentham Ohia, New Zealand
Te Wananga o Aoteaora, Director Te Kura Matauranga Maori (School of Matauranga Maori), Te Awamutu

 Oti Poa, New Zealand
Pouwhakataki - Tainui (Senior Community Development Manager), Ministry of Education, Te Kuiti

 Parehau Richards, New Zealand
St Paul's School, Hamilton

 Aroha Te Kanawa, New Zealand
Te Wananga o Aoteaora, WIPCE Project Manager, Hamilton

 Hera White, New Zealand
Director, School of Maori, Pasifika, and Indigenous Studies, WINTEC, Hamilton

 Ripeka Evans, New Zealand
Wairaka Research, Whakatane

 Mana Forbes, New Zealand
Te Wananga o Aoteaora, Te Awamutu

 Papa Pania, New Zealand
Te Wananga o Aoteaora, Takatu Associates, Director, Hamilton

 Tama Potaka, New Zealand
Te Wananga o Aoteaora, Hamilton

 Clive Aspin, New Zealand
Auckland University, Auckland

Refereed Articles

Shane Edwards

INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE, EPISTEMOLOGIES AND CULTURAL IDENTITIES

Te Wananga o Aotearoa, te Awamutu, New Zealand

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La Donna Harris

ADVANCEMENT OF GLOBAL INDIGENEITY

President of Americans for Indian Opportunity, New Mexico, USA

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Konai Helu Thaman

INDIGENOUS EDUCATION AND INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS FOR THE PEOPLES OF OCEANIA - A PERSONAL REFLECTION

University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji

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Cindy Blackstock

THE OCCASIONAL EVIL OF ANGELS - LEARNING FROM THE EXPERIENCES OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLES AND SOCIAL WORK

Caring for First Nations Children Society (FNCFCS), British Columbia, Canada

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Manulani Aluli Meyer

REMEMBERING OUR FUTURE: HAWAIIAN EPISTEMOLOGY AND THE SPECIFICS OF UNIVERSITY

University of Hawaii, Hilo, Hawaii, USA

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Akpovire Oduaran

WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF THE INTERGENERATIONAL CURRENT IN THE "TROUBLED SEA" OF HIV/AIDS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA?

University of Botswana, Gabarone, Botswana

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Alicia Conklin, Jens Mueller, Tamati Reedy, Ngamau Tou

GROWTH THROUGH CONSTRUCTIVE PARTNERSHIPS AND TRANSPARENCY - A POSSIBLE APPROACH FOR INDIGENOUS NON-PROFIT GROUPS TO MEET SPONSOR REQUIREMENTS

Waikato Management School, Hamilton, New Zealand

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Jens Mueller, Bentham Ohia, John Thornton, Joe Dewberry, Tan Wee Liang, Hu Hanjun

CREATING EMPOWERED, ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES: A COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF ACTION-LEARNING IN SINGAPORE, CHINA, KOREA, NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA

Waikato Management School, Hamilton, New Zealand; Te Wananga o Aotearoa, Te Awamutu, New Zealand; KAIST Graduate School, Seoul, Korea; Singapore Management University, Singapore; Fudan University, Shanghai, China

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Tama William Potaka

THE POLITICAL RIGHTS AND STATUS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Te Wananga o Aotearoa, Te Awamutu, New Zealand

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