1. The New Zealand Project2. Winds From the North, South, West and East: Global Forces and Frictions Shaping New Zealand Politics3. New Zealand and the World4. A New Framework for Economic Policy5. On Decolonisation, Constitutions and 'Race Relations'6. Social Infrastructure in Aotearoa New Zealand: Health, Education and Housing7. Justice Means More than Revenge8. The Politics of Love - and the Changing World of Work9. 'Clean and Green'? - Environmental Politics and Policy10. Genders, Masculinities and Sexualities in Aotearoa New Zealand11. People Power12. Taking the New Zealand Project Forward
Max Harris is currently an Examination Fellow at All Souls College in Oxford. He completed a Master of Public Policy and Bachelor of Civil Law at the University of Oxford while on a New Zealand Rhodes Scholarship from 2012-2014, and a Law/Arts conjoint degree (with Honours in Law) at the University of Auckland from 2006-2010. Harris worked at the Supreme Court of New Zealand as a clerk for Chief Justice Elias in 2011-2012. He has also completed short stints of work at the South Australian Department of Premier and Cabinet (in early 2008, as a speechwriting intern), the law firm Russell McVeagh (in late 2008-2009), the Australian National University in Canberra (as a summer scholar, in late 2009-2010), the American Civil Liberties Union in New York (late 2010-2011), and Helen Clark's Executive Office at the United Nations Development Programme (in July-August 2014).