Niki Harre is associate professor of psychology at the University of Auckland. She is the author of numerous scholarly papers on community psychology, youth development and social change, as well as the book Psychology for a Better World: Working with People to Save the Planet (revised and updated edition, Auckland University Press, 2018). She has conducted numerous `infinite game' workshops in New Zealand and overseas.
`It seems to me that violence happens in this world when we try to achieve objectives on a short wavelength of time. We short-circuit the right process. In contrast, nonviolence works on the long wave. In The Infinite Game, Niki Harre points towards the transformations that can happen if we move from finite towards infinite ways of seeing and being. A timely study for our pressed and pressing times.' - Professor Alastair McIntosh, author of Soil and Soul: People versus Corporate Power and Spiritual Activism: Leadership as Service.