Books and book chapters

2018

Jackson, N.O., Brabyn, L., Maré, D., Cameron M.P. & Pool, I. (In press) From ageing-driven growth towards the ending of growth. Subnational population trends in New Zealand, in Anson, J., Batle, W. & Kulczycki, A. (Hg.) International Approaches to the Study of Population Dordrecht:Springer. Click here

Spoonley, P (2018) Introduction: Situating mixed race in New Zealand and the world, in Z.L. Rocha and M. Webber (eds) (pp. xii-xvii) Mana Tangatarua. Mixed Heritages, Ethnic Identity and Biculturalism in Aotearoa/New Zealand. London: Routledge. Click here

Terruhn, J (in press) Urban diversity and inequality in Auckland. In Collins, F.L., Friesen, W., and R. Simon-Kumar (Eds.) Migration, Diversity and Inequality: Insights from New Zealand. Routledge. (No PDF)

2017

Alimi, O., Maré, D. & Poot, J. (2017) More Pensioners, Less Income Inequality?  The Impact of Changing Age Composition on Inequality in Big Cities and Elsewhere” Chapter 4 of Blien, U, Kourtit, K, Nijkamp, P & Stough, R (eds)  Modelling Aging and Migration Effects on Spatial Labor Markets, New York & Berlin: Springer.

Atatoa-Carr, P, Kukutai, T., Bandara, D. & Broman, P. (2017) Is ethnicity all in the family? How parents in Aotearoa New Zealand identify their children. In Z. Rocha & M. Webber (eds), Mana tangatarua: Mixed heritages, ethnic identity and biculturalism in Aotearoa/New Zealand. London:Routledge.

Cain, T. (2017) Demographic diversities: The changing face of Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 33-51). Tūrangawaewae: identity and Belonging in Aotearoa New Zealand (Eds. Cain, T., Kahu, E., & Shaw, R). Auckland New Zealand: Massey University Press. 

Jackson, N.O. (2017) Diversity in Australia. Chapter 3 in Pelling, N. and Burton, L. (eds) Abnormal Psychology in Context. The Australian and New Zealand Handbook: Cambridge University Press. pp.10-33.

Jackson, N.O. (2017) Diversity in New Zealand. Chapter 5 in Pelling, N. and Burton, L. (eds) Abnormal Psychology in Context. The Australian and New Zealand HandbookCambridge University Press. pp.34-53.

Kukutai, T. & Rata, A. (2017) From mainstream to manaaki: Indigenizing immigration policy. In D. Hall (ed), Fair borders? Migration policy in the twenty-first century (pp. 26-45). Wellington: Bridget Williams Books. 

Kukutai, T. & Walter, M. (2017) Indigneous statistics. In P.Limaputtong (ed), Doing cross-cultural research in health social sciences (pp.1-16, Vol. 5. research Methods in Health and Social Sciences). Springer Click here

Kukutai, T. & Webber, M. (2017) Ka pū te ruha, ka hao te rangatahi: Māori identities in the 21st century. In A. Bell, V. Elizabeth, T. McIntosh & M. Wynyard (eds), A land of milk and honey? Making sense of Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 71-82). Auckland: Auckland University Press. 

Spoonley, P. (2017) The Asianisation of Aotearoa: Immigration impacts. In A. Bell, V. Elizabeth, T. McIntosh and M. Wynyard (eds), A Land of Milk and Honey? Making Sense of Aotearoa New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press. 

Spoonley, P. (2017) Indigeneity and superdiversity in contemporary Aotearoa/New Zealand. In J. Mann (ed), Citizenship in Transnational Perspective: Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Auckland: Palgrave Macmillan.

Spoonley, P. (2017) Can I Have a Decent Job? The Labour Market Experiences of Non-European Immigrants” (pp. 183-191) in S. Groot, C van Ommen, B Master-Awatere and N. Tassell-Matamua (eds). Precarity: Uncertain, Insecure and Unequal Lives in Aotearoa New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand: Massey University Press Click here

Ye, J. (2017) “Ash Amin” in Key Thinkers on Cities, eds Latham, A. and Koch, R., SAGE (invited contribution). Chapter 2.

2016

Alimi, O., Maré, D.C. & Poot, J. (2016) Income inequality in New Zealand regions. In: P. Spoonley (ed)  Rebooting the Regions.  Massey University Press, pp. 177-212.

Jackson, N.O. (2016) Irresistible forces – facing up to demographic change. Chapter 2 In P. Spoonley (ed) Rebooting the Regions. Palmerston North: Massey University Press.  pp.49-77.

Jackson, N.O. (2016) The potential collateral demographic dividend. In Chande, R.H. and Pace, R. Demographic Dividends: Emerging Challenges and Policy Implications. Springer. pp. 166-187.

King, L., Poot, J. & Roskruge, M. (2016) Social Capital, Entrepreneurship and Wellbeing: Differences between Migrants and the Native Born. In: JP Larsson and H Westlund (eds) Handbook of Social Capital and Regional Development. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar. Chapter 9 pp.221-254.

Simmonds, N., Kukutai, T. & Ryks, J. (2016)  Here to stay: Reshaping the regions through mana Māori. In P. Spoonley (ed) Rebooting the regions. Palmerston North: Massey University Press. pp.81-105.

Spoonley, P. (2016) Where to now? and Regional futures:Diverging demographies and economies. In P. Spoonley (ed) Rebooting the Regions. Palmerston North: Massey University Press. 

Spoonley, P. (2016) New diversity, old anxieties in New Zealand: The complex identity politics and engagement of a settler society. In F. Meissner and S. Vertovec (eds), Comparing Super-Diversity, London: Routledge. 

Spoonley, P. (2016) Renegotiating citizenship : Indigeneity and superdiversity in contemporary Aotearoa/New Zealand. In J. Mann (ed), Citizenship in Transnational Perspective: Australia, Canada and New Zealand. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Ye, J. (2016) Class Inequality in the Global City - Migrants, Workers & Cosmopolitanism in Singapore: Palgrave MacMillan

Ye, J. (forthcoming) “Differential inclusion through social assistance: migration, precarity and diversity in Singapore” in Relational Poverty Politics, (eds) Lawson, V. and Elwood, S., University of Georgia Press 

2015

Bakens, J., Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2015) E Pluribus Prosperitas: On Cultural Diversity and Economic Development. In: Nijkamp P, Poot J and Bakens J (eds) (2015) The Economics of Cultural Diversity. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 1-13. 

Brunow, S., Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2015) The impact of international migration on economic growth in the global economy. In: B.R. Chiswick and P.W. Miller (eds) Handbook on the Economics of International Migration, Volume 1B, Chapter 19. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 1027-1073.

Jackson. N.O. (2015)  The potential collateral demographic dividend. In Chande, R.H. and Pace, R. Demographic Dividends: Emerging Challenges and Policy Implications. Springer. pp. 166-187.

Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2015) Cultural Diversity – A Matter of Measurement. In: Nijkamp P, Poot J and Bakens J (eds) (2015) The Economics of Cultural Diversity. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 17-51. 

Ye, J. (2015) ‘Chapter 3: Jurong West, Singapore,’ (with Laavanya Kathiravelu)‘Chapter 8: Flea markets and familiar strangers in Jurong West,’‘Chapter 11: Circumscribed mobilities,’ (with Alex Wafer)‘Chapter 12: Cards and clusters,’ (with Alex Wafer)‘Chapter 13: Chosen paths?’ (with Alex Wafer) all in Diversities Old and New: Migration and Socio-spatial Patterns in New York, Singapore and Johannesburg (Steven Vertovec, Ed.), Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

2014

Poot, J. (2014) "Home Abroad: A Profile of the Dutch Diaspora in New Zealand" New Zealand - Netherlands Foundation Wellington  Chapter 3 The Dutch in New Zealand : Past, Present and Future pp.7-18  Home-Abroad-A-Profile-of-the-Dutch-Diaspora-in-New-Zealand.pdf (5,228 KB)

Ye, J. (2014) “Situating diversity in the global city: challenges and possibilities in Singapore” in Routledge International Handbook of Diversity Studies, Routledge 

2013

Cochrane, W. & Poot, J. (2013) "Demand-driven Theories and Models of Regional Growth". In: M. Fischer &P. Nijkamp (Eds.) Handbook of Regional Science. Berlin: Springer Verlag, pp. 259-276.

Poot, J. (2013) "Global Trade and International Migration". In I. Ness (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration. Blackwell Publishing. DOI: 10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm255

Ye, J. (2013) “Migrant landscapes: spatializing male migrants in Singapore” in Changing Landscapes, eds Ho, E., Woon, C.H. and Ramdas, K., 142 – 157, NUS Press, Singapore

2012

Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2012) "Migration Impact Assessment: A State of the Art". In P. Nijkamp, J. Poot & M. Sahin (Eds.) Migration Impact Assessment: New Horizons.  Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar, pp.3-62.

2011

Butcher, A. & Spoonley, P. (2011) "Inv-Asian: Print media constructions of Asians and Asian immigration", In P. Voci & J. Leckie (Eds.), Localising Asia in Aotearoa (pp.98-115). Wellington: Dunmore Press.

Ho, E., Lewin, J. & Ip, Q. (2011) "On the move: Subsequent migration trajectories of Hong Kong Chinese families to New Zealand", In M. Ip (Ed.), Transnationalism and the new Chinese. Hong Kong: Centre of Asian Studies, Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities & Social Science.

Spoonley, P. (2011) "Ethnic and religious intolerance: Intolerance towards Maori", In Te Ara/Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/ethnic-and-religious-intolerance/1.

Spoonley, P. (2011) "Ethnic and religious intolerance: Intolerance towards European immigrants", In Te Ara/Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/ethnic-and-religious-intolerance/2.

Spoonley, P. (2011) "Ethnic and religious intolerance: Intolerance towards Asians", In Te Ara/Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/ethnic-and-religious-intolerance/3.

Spoonley, P. (2011) "Ethnic and religious intolerance: Intolerance towards Pacific migrants", In Te Ara/Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/ethnic-and-religious-intolerance/4.

Spoonley, P. (2011) "Ethnic and religious intolerance: Intolerance towards anti-Asian politics", In Te Ara/Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/ethnic-and-religious-intolerance/5.

Spoonley, P. (2011) "Ethnic and religious intolerance: Intolerance towards anti-Semitism and neo-fascism", In Te Ara/Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/ethnic-and-religious-intolerance/6.

Spoonley, P. (2011) "Ethnic and religious intolerance: Religious intolerance", In Te Ara/Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/ethnic-and-religious-intolerance/7.

Spoonley, P. & Bedford, R. (2011) "Welcome to our world? Immigration and the remaking of New Zealand", Auckland: Auckland University Press.

2010

Bedford, R.D. & Poot, J. (2010) "Changing Tides in the South Pacific: Immigration to Aotearoa New Zealand", In: Segal UA, Elliott D and Mayadas NS (eds) Immigration Worldwide. Oxford University Press, New York, NY, pp. 257-273.

Bedford, R., Ho, E., & Bedford, C. (2010) "Pathways to Residence in New Zealand, 2003-2010", In A. Trlin, P. Spoonley & R. Bedford (Eds.), New Zealand and International Migration: A Digest and Bibliography, Number 5 (pp.1-49). Palmerston North/Hamilton: Massey University/University of Waikato.

Trlin, A., Spoonley, P. & Bedford, R. (2010) "New Zealand and International Migration: A Digest and Bibliography, Number 5", Massey University: Auckland. ...view pdf

Trlin, A., Spoonley, P. & Bedford, R. (2010) "New Zealand and international migration. A digest and bibliography, number 5", Auckland: Massey University/University of Waikato, Integration of Immigrants Programme.