Mahi Tahi is a journal written by economic development professionals, for economic development professionals. Sponsored by MartinJenkins, the journal shares best practice from around Aotearoa. The first edition of Mahi Tahi focuses on those initiatives that were recognized by the EDNZ best practice awards in October 2018. A copy of the Mahi Tahi journal can be accessed by clicking on the image below.
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The second edition will focus on the Aotearoa journey towards ‘inclusive growth’. With that theme in mind, EDNZ encourages articles from economic development practitioners on the following:
- the future of work and how to mitigate the impact of disruption and redundancy
- Participatory budgetting
- Anchor institutions and how they can engage to support local employment
- Capturing the economic benefits of new infrastructure
- Living standards framework and the well-being indicators
- the role of RDA’s vis a vis social development
- any PGF initiatives that reflect a concern for inclusive growth
Articles should be no more than 1500 words and provided in an arial font, size 12 using a word format. Articles should be accompanied by at least four high-resolution images.
The deadline for articles is 30 March 2019 – this deadline is not negotiable. Any copy or images provided after 30 March will not be included in the second edition of the Journal.