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Publications & Papers

Recent Books

Ngā Kete Mātauranga

Ngā Kete Mātauranga: Māori scholars at the research interface (edited by  Jacinta Ruru and Linda Waimarie Nikora)

Chapter by Professor Tahu Kukutai on Māori demography

Indigenous Data Sovereignty and Policy
Maggie Walter, Tahu Kukutai, Stephanie Russo Carroll, and Desi Rodriguez-Lonebear

Population Change and Impacts in Asia and the Pacific
Jacques Poot and Matthew Roskruge

Aspiration, Desire and the Drivers of Migration
Francis Collins and Jørgen Carling

Indigenous Data Sovereignty

Indigenous Data Sovereignty: Toward an agenda
Tahu Kukutai and John Taylor

The Economics of Cultural Diversity
Peter Nijkamp, Jacques Poot and Jessie Bakens

The New Zealand Family from 1840 - A Demographic History
Ian Pool, Arunachalam Dharmalingam and Janet Sceats

Working Papers & Reports

NIDEA Working Papers
(including past PSC and MRG Discussion Papers)

Secondary School Study Intentions Survey: Research Report May 2011
Dr Yaghoob Faroutan, Professor Natalie Jackson, with Rachael Hutt and Jennifer Weal

Restructuring and Hospital Care: Sub-National Trends, Differentials, and their Impacts;
New Zealand from 1981

Presentations

NIDEA Researchers are often asked to give presentations to various industry groups, institutes, etc in New Zealand and overseas.  Recent presentations are listed and, if available for download, linked below.

2012

The challenges of future rural population change
Professor Jacques Poot, National Fieldays Seminar Series

2011

Demographic Challenges and Opportunities in the Waikato Region: An A-B-C Approach to Population Ageing
Professor Natalie Jackson, Seminar to Faculty of Computing and Math Sciences; Workshop to Hamilton City Council; Presentation to Te Awamutu Rotary Club; Public Lecture, Spring Seminar Series, University of Waikato; Presentation to Continuing Education, Te Awamutu; Workshop, Hamilton Credit Union; Presentation, Hamilton East 60+

The demography of agricultural supply and demand
Professor Natalie Jackson, Invited address to Federated Farmers National Council Meeting, Wellington; Invited address to U3A Hamilton

Educating Rita
Professor Natalie Jackson, Invited address to Women in Statistics / World Statistics Day Forum, Wellington