Presentations

2016

Alimi, O., Maré, D. & Poot, J.(2016)  Revisiting income inequality within and between New Zealand regions: analysis of 1981-2013 census data. Paper presented at the Pacific Regional Science Conference Organization (PRSCO) Summer Institute, Bangkok, Thailand, June 27-29. 

Jackson, N.O. (2016) Our Changing Nation. Keynote Address to Public Libraries of New Zealand Strategic Planning Meeting, Upper Hutt. April 5. 

Jackson, N.O. (2016) Skills Shortages. The Demographics Shaping Our Future. Invited Address and Workshop to CDANZ Waikato (Career Development Association of New Zealand). Hamilton, February 25. 

Jackson, N.O. (2016) The ebbing of the human tide. What does it mean for infrastructure provision? Keynote Address to ‘Over the Rainbow’, New Zealand Planning Institute Conference, Dunedin, April 13.

Jackson, N.O. & Brabyn, L. (2016) Explaining Population Change of NZ’s Urban Places. Presentation to the New Zealand Geographical Society Conference. Dunedin. February 3. 

Jackson, N.O. & Brabyn, L. (2016) The ebbing of the human tide – what will it mean for infrastructure provision/small towns? Presentation to the New Zealand Geographical Society Conference. Dunedin. February 3. 

Jackson, N.O. & Brabyn, L. (2016) Towards an Online Social Atlas for New Zealand. Presentation to the New Zealand Geographical Society Conference. Dunedin. February 4. 

Jackson. N.O. (2016) Demographics, Population and Commuting Trends. Invited Address to Regional Local Authority Road Network Operations and Maintenance Issues Workshop, Te Awamutu, June 17. 

Kukutai, T. (2016) Māori, migrants and ‘New Zealanders’: Who belongs to the nation? Invited speaker, Ministry of Culture and Heritage speaker series, Wellington, 1 March.

Poot, J. (2016)  Does cross-border population mobility accelerate global demographic convergence? Presentation at the International IAB Workshop on "The Pensionado-Migration Nexus in Regional Labour Markets", May 2-3, 2016, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam. 

Poot, J. (2016) Bridging and bonding: the role of social networks in labour market outcomes for migrants.  Invited oral presentation at the New Zealand Immigration Settlement Summit, Te Papa, Wellington, 7-8 April 2016.

Poot, J. (2016) Social networks and successful settlement of refugee youth: recent research findings. Invited oral presentation at the National Refugee Resettlement Forum, Te Papa, Wellington, May 26-27. 

Poot, J. (2016) The economics of cultural diversity; recent findings.  Invited public lecture for New Zealand Treasury, Reserve Bank Museum, Wellington, 1 June 2016. 

Poot, J. & Soltani, B. (2016) Superdiversity in New Zealand schools: policies, governance and experiences. Presentation at the Frontiers and Borders of Superdiversity conference, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, 23-24 June. 

Spoonley, P. (2016) Ethnicity and travel demand. Presentation to the Auckland Transport Board Strategy Session. June 27. 

Spoonley, P. (2016) NZ Immigration.  Presentation in the Selwyn College Think Talks. May 31

Terruhn, J. (2016) Looking at neighbourhood diversity: What lens do we use? Presentation at the SAANZ Annual Conference, Napier, 22-24 November.

Terruhn, J. (2016) Space, diversity, and gentrification: Imagining community in two Auckland neighbourhoods. Presentation at the TASA Annual Conference, Melbourne, 28 November – 1 December.

Ye, J. (2016) Released her latest publication in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers which is based on her work with Globaldivercities. It is also directly relevant to the the Urban Encounters project currently being conducted by Massey University.

Ye, J. (2016) Seminar on 'The ambivalence of familiarity:understanding breathable diversity through fleeting encounters in Singapore's Jurong West' on Wednesday 26th August

2015

Arribas-Bel, D., Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2015) How diverse can measures of spatial segregation be?  Results from Monte Carlo simulation of the Schelling model. Paper presented at the PRSCO & SOCHER Pacific Conference of the RSAI and Sociedad Chilena de Economia Regional, Viña del Mar, Chile, August 5-8 

Jackson, N.O. (2015) Population Matters. Invited Address to the New Zealand Government Economics Network (GEN) Conference. Wellington, November 30. 

Jackson, N.O. (2015) Population, labour workforce and demographic assessment of possible future scenarios for Ohai and Nightcaps. Invited Address to Southland District Council/Community Futures Workshop B. Invercargill. November 19. 

Jackson, N.O. (2015) The ebbing of the human tide – what will it mean for infrastructure? Keynote Address to Low Volume Roads Conference. Christchurch, September 15. 

Jackson, N.O. (2015) The ebbing of the human tide – what will it mean for the people? (Tai Timu Tangata – Taihoa e?). Invited Address to the Central Otago District Council. Alexandra. November 11. 

Jackson, N.O. (2015) Urbanisation and Demographic Shifts. Keynote Address to Energy Trusts of New Zealand Spring Conference. Bay of Islands, November 11.

Jackson, N.O. (2015) Future-Telling. The art of population projections. Invited Workshop on population projections for the Australian Association of Practice Management ltd., and Practice Managers and Administrators Association of NZ. Hobart. October 22. 

Jackson, N.O. (2015) Population ageing and the ending of growth. What will the ebbing of the human tide mean for health services? Keynote Address to the Annual Conference of Australian Association of Practice Management Ltd., and Practice Managers and Administrators Association of NZ. Hobart, October 21.  

Jackson, N.O. & Brabyn, L. (2015) Towards a Social Atlas for New Zealand. Presentation to Pathways Conference ‘Diversity and Migration: Transforming our Cities and Regions’, Wellington. 23-24 July.

Kukutai, T. (2015) Is New Zealand really a multicultural society? Invited speaker, University of Waikato winter lecture series, Hamilton, 19 August. 

Maré, D., Alimi, O. & Poot, J. (2015) Revisiting income inequality within and between New Zealand’s regions: Analysis of 1986-2013 census data.  NIDEA Seminar, University of Waikato, 14 July. 

Maré, D., Alimi, O. & Poot, J. (2015) Revisiting income inequality within and between New Zealand’s regions: Analysis of 1986-2013 census data. Oral presentation at “Diversity and Migration: Transforming Our Cities and Regions” – The Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads Conference 2015 Westpac Stadium, Wellington, July 23-24 

Ozgen, C., Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2015) The elusive effects of workplace diversity on innovation.  Paper presented at the Fifth Annual Conference on Immigration in OECD Countries. OECD Conference Centre, Paris, December 11 

Poot, J. (2015) An outline of CaDDANZ research. Oral presentation at “Diversity and Migration: Transforming Our Cities and Regions” – The Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads Conference 2015 Westpac Stadium, Wellington, July 23-24

Poot, J. (2015) Can the “weight of evidence” on impacts shape the future of international migration? Invited public lecture at the London School of Economics, sponsored by the NZ-UK Link Foundation and the LSE Department of Geography and Environment. November 25 

Poot, J. (2015) Does cultural diversity boost innovation? Invited public lecture at the University of Oxford, sponsored by the NZ-UK Link Foundation and the International Migration Institute.  October 21 

Poot, J. (2015) How diverse can diversity measurement be? Theoretical considerations and some applications.  Invited seminar, Centre for Population Change, University of Southampton. October 15 

Poot, J. (2015) How diverse can measures of cultural diversity across areas be? Results from Monte Carlo simulations of an agent-based model. Invited seminar, Centre for Spatial Analysis and Planning (School of Geography), University of Leeds.  November 11 

Poot, J. (2015) Is welfare the magnet that draws the migrants? Lessons from Australasia. Invited public lecture at the University of Southampton, sponsored by the NZ-UK Link Foundation and the Centre for Population Change.  October 14 

Poot, J. (2015) Migration, networks and international trade. Invited public lecture at the University of Leeds, sponsored by the NZ-UK Link Foundation and the University of Leeds. November 12 

Poot, J., Alimi, O., Cameron, M. & Maré, D. (2015) The gravity model in spatial demography: the successful comeback of an ageing superstar. Oral presentation at the 8th International Conference on Population Geographies, University of Queensland, Brisbane, July 1-4 

Poot, J., Alimi, O., Cameron, M. & Maré, D. (2015) The gravity model in spatial demography: the successful comeback of an ageing superstar.  Invited LSE Population Seminar, London School of Economics and Political Science, November 19

Poot, J., Roskruge, M. & Grimes, A. (2015) Immigrant integration and social capital formation: evidence from New Zealand. Invited seminar, International Migration Institute, University of Oxford.  October 22 

Poot, J., Sin, I. & Stillman, S.(2015) Immigrant integration revisited: the roles of human capital and a migrant’s socio-economic & cultural background. Oral presentation at the 55th Congress of the European Regional Science Association, Lisbon, August 25-28 

Poot, J., Wright, L. & Day, A. (2015) Does the power of diversity in governance apply to schools?  Exploratory evidence from New Zealand. Oral presentation at “Diversity and Migration: Transforming Our Cities and Regions” – The Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads Conference 2015 Westpac Stadium, Wellington, July 23-24 

Roskruge, M. & Poot, J. (2016) Regional cultural diversity and social capital formation. Paper presented at the Pacific Regional Science Conference Organization (PRSCO) Summer Institute, Bangkok, Thailand, June 27-29. 

Poot, J. (2015) seminar "Productivity Impacts of Immigration" in the Economics Department of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand on the 9th June.

Poot, J. (2015) seminar "Capturing the Diversity Dividend of Aotearoa New Zealand:an Overview" at the University of Waikato on the 2nd June. To read more see  Poot NIDEA Seminar June 2015.pdf .

Spoonley, P. (2015)  Cultural diversity. Presentation at the AMP conference. November 23 

Spoonley, P. (2015) Changing diversity of Auckland. Presentation to Westpac Bank, August 24 

Spoonley, P. (2015) Cultural diversity.  Presentation to Waitemata District Health Board conference on Asian Health Awareness, August 17 

Spoonley, P. (2015) Demographic Change in Auckland.  Presentation to the New NZ Forum. Auckland, October 1 

Spoonley, P. (2015) NZ Immigration Trends. Presentation to Chinese Toastmasters Club. Auckland, October 1 

Spoonley, P. (2015) The changing demographics of New Zealand.  Keynote address at the Outdoor Recreation Forum.  October 22.

Spoonley, P. (2015) The Changing Face of Auckland. Presentation to Rotary Club, August 31 

Spoonley, P. (2015) What will NZ look like in the 2020s? Presentation to the University of the Third Age (U3A), Manawatu. November 18

Spoonley, P. & Kukutai, T. (2015) presented at Parliament on 3rd June - as part of the Speaker's Science Forum and part of the Royal Society of New Zealand. The two presentations are entitled 'Regional divergence:The key forces shaping our regions' and 'The emergence of a new New Zealand:Policy and political challenges'.

Taylor, J. & Kukutai, T. Indigenous Data Sovereignly and Indicators: Reflections from Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand. UNPFII Expert Group Meeting on "The Way Forward: Indigenous Peoples and the 2039 Agenda for Sustainable Development", United Nations, HQ, New York, Oct 22-23.  

Terruhn, J. (2015) Re-thinking 'settler amnesia': Living memory, Pakeha identity, and white settler privilege. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand, Hamilton, 9-11 November 2015.

Terruhn, J. (2015) Theorising Settler Whiteness: Reflections on a Study of Pākehā Identity Narratives in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Paper presented at the annual conference of The Australian Sociological Association, Cairns, 23-27 November 2015.

2014

Cain, T. (2014) Encountering Diversity in Aotearoa, Presentation to eSocSci New Settlers Network , Auckland 8 May 2014  Cain 2014 eSocSci (975 KB)

Cain, T. (2014) Creating Community in Auckland: Diversity and its Impacts, Presentation to University of the Third Age, Auckland 7 May 2014  Cain 2014 (1,043 KB)

Spoonley, P. (2014) Asianisation of Auckland: The Rise and Rise of Local Dragons. Presentation at the Diverse Bananas, Global Dragons conference, Auckland 30 May-1 June 2014 Asianisation of Auckland - Bananas Conference May 2014.pdf

2013

Alimi O, Maré, D. & Poot, J. (2013) Revisiting Income Inequality Between and Within New Zealand’s Regions. Analysis of 1981-2006 Census Data. Paper presented at the Biennial Conference of the Population Association of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, June 27-28

Bedford, R. (2013) "The Melanesian Spearhead Group: reshaping migration in the western Pacific?" International Metropolis Conference: Tampere, Finland.  Metropolis conference - R Bedford presentation (8,648 KB)

Bedford, R & Hugo, G. (2013) "Migration Agreements and Regional Integration in the Pacific", International Metropolis Conference: Tampere, Finland.  Metropolis conference - Bedford and Hugo presentation (440 KB)

Bonfiglio, A. (2013) "Pacific Migration Futures: A scenario approach", International Metropolis Conference: Tampere, Finland.  Metropolis conference - A Bonfiglio presentation (4,553 KB)

Brookes, H. (2013) "The Role of Migration and Skills in Auckland's Economic Development", Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads 2013: Wellington Brookes 2013.pdf (4,844 KB)

Butcher, A. (2013) "Reorienting to Asia - Tracking New Zealander's Attitude to Asia and Asian Peoples 1997-2011", Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads 2013: Wellington Butcher Spoonley and Gendall 2013.pdf (5,561 KB)

Cain, T. (2013) "Negotiating Tensions in the South", Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads 2013: Wellington Cain Peace and Spoonley 2013.pdf (2,308 KB)

Cameron, M. (2013) "Regional Stochastic Population Projections in New Zealand: Prospect and Challenges", Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads 2013: Wellington Cameron and Poot 2013.pdf (1,423 KB)

Celbis, G., Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2013) The Lucrative Impact of Trade-Related Infrastructure:  Meta-Analytic Evidence. Paper presented at the Pacific Regional Science Conference Organisation (PRSCO) Conference, Bandung, Indonesia, July 1-4

Cochrane, B. & Poot, J. (2013) "Home Ownership and Labour Market Flexibility: New Spatial-Econometric Evidence for New Zealand". Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads 2013: Wellington  Cochrane and Poot 2013.pdf (956 KB)

Cochrane,W., Poot, J. & Roskruge, M. (2013) The Global Financial Crisis and Social Security Uptake: Spatial Econometric Evidence from New Zealand.  Oral presentation at the 60th Annual North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Atlanta, 13-16 November

Cochrane, W.R., Poot, J. & Roskruge, M. (2013) The Global Financial Crisis and Social Security Uptake: Spatial Econometric Evidence from New Zealand. Paper presented at the Pacific Regional Science Conference Organisation (PRSCO) Conference, Bandung, Indonesia, July 1-4

Cochrane, W. & Poot, J. (2013) Homeownership and labour market flexibility: new spatial-econometric evidence for New Zealand.  Paper presented at the 53rd European Regional Science Association (ERSA) Congress, Palermo, Italy, 27-31 August.

Hugo, G. (2013) "The Impact of Recent International Migration on Australia's Changing Demography", Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads 2013: Wellington Hugo 2013.pdf (7,399 KB)

Jackson, N.O. (2013) Northland – Population trends and local government consequences. Invited Address, Expert Panel on Local Government Reform, Kerikeri, 23 September.

Jackson, N.O. 2013) Keynote Address to the Society of Local Government Managers (SOLGM) Community Planning Forum, James Cook Hotel, Wellington,19 September.

Jackson, N.O. (2013). Chair for Session 010, ‘Depopulation at the subnational level: Causes and implications’. International Union for the Scientific Study of Population Conference, Busan, Korea, 27 August.

Jackson, N.O. (2013) Demographic Change and Workforce Issues for the Waikato, Keynote Address to Waikato Labour Market Forum, Waikato Chambers of Commerce, WinTec House, Hamilton, 30 July.

Jackson, N.O. (2013) Population change and council challenges. Keynote address to Local Government New Zealand Conference ‘Transforming communities – building a successful New Zealand’. Claudelands, Hamilton, 22 July.

Jackson, N.O. (2013) Plenary: Does NZ need a population policy, and if so, what should it be? PANZ Biennial Conference, Wellington, 27 June.

Jackson, N.O. (2013) Population Ageing and Alzheimer’s – an A-B-C approach. Keynote Address, Alzheimer's Australia Fifteenth National Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, 15 May.

Jackson, N.O. (2013) Keynote Address, Smarter Data. New Zealand Marketing Conference, Auckland, 20 March.

Jackson, N.O. (2013) Demographic trends and implications for Local Government reform in the Bay of Plenty, Keynote Address, Rethinking Local Government, Bay Park, Tauranga, 01 February.

Jackson, N.O. & Hutt, R.M. (2013) Mill closures and their demographic aftermath, RC-41 ISA Side Meeting, IUSSP Conference, Busan, Korea, 26 August.

Jackson, N.O. (2013) Children are important because.. Keynote Address, UNICEF Symposium Children and young people matter, Auckland, 9 May.

Jackson, N.O. (2013) Population trends, Keynote Address, New Zealand Young Planners Institute Conference. Ferry Bank Lounge, Hamilton, 30 April.

Jackson, N.O. (2013) The potential for a ‘collateral’ demographic dividend – the case of New Zealand Maori. Session 078. (The Demographic Dividends: Challenges for the Near Future). International Union for the Scientific Study of Population Conference, Busan, Korea, 28 August.

Jackson, N.O. (2013) The demography of the New Zealand farming industry, PANZ Biennial Conference, Wellington, 28 June.

Jackson, N.O. (2013) Busting the ‘Grow for it’ myth, PANZ Biennial Conference, Wellington, 27 June.

Jackson, N.O. (2013) Baby Boomers – the Economic Miracle of Our Time. Keynote Address to the 2013 Finology Conference ‘The Ageing Revolution – what happens when baby boomers grow old?’ Auckland, 17 September.

Jackson, N.O. (2013). Discussant for Session 093, 'Demographic windows of opportunity and economic growth'. International Union for the Scientific Study of Population Conference, Busan, Korea, 27 August.

Jackson, N. (2013) "A Demographic Accounting System for New Zealand", Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads 2013: Wellington Jackson and Pawar 2013.pdf (1,293 KB)

Krausse, M., Maré, D., Poot, J. & Scrimgeour, F. (2013) Migration Intentions and NZ Graduates: Preliminary Evidence from Modelling Survey Data. Paper presented at the Biennial Conference of the Population Association of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, June 27-28.

McGarth, T. (2013) "International Student Experience Relating to Settlement and Work Outcomes Post Graduation",  Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads 2013: Wellington McGrath 2013.pdf (2,074 KB)

Meares, C. & Gilbertson, A. (2013) "We All Get Along": Social Cohesion in Auckland",  Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads 2013: Wellington Meares and Gilbertson 2013.pdf (7,548 KB)

Merwood, P. (2013) "Settlement outcomes for Pacific migrants to New Zealand", International Metropolis Conference: Tampere, Finland.  Metropolis conference - P Merwood presentation (1,463 KB)

Peace, R. & Cain, T. (2013) "Examining Population Change Using Q Methodology", Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads 2013: Wellington Peace Cain and Spoonley.pdf (1,953 KB)

Perdia, S. (2013) "Migration - Christchurch's Next Gap Filler?", Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads 2013: Wellington Perdia 2013.pdf (6,251 KB)

Poot, J. (2013) Immigration’s impact on innovation: recent evidence from Europe and beyond. Invited plenary presentation at the European Migration Network Annual Conference 2013 “The Agenda for growth in the EU: why migration matters”, Hotel Kempinski, Vilnius, Lithuania, 5-6 November

Poot, J. (2013) The migration link between The Netherlands and New Zealand: past, present and future. Invited plenary presentation at the conference on the Dutch diaspora in Australia and New Zealand, Monash Conference Centre, Melbourne, 15 November

Poot, J. (2013) Economic theories and evidence on regional growth. Keynote address at the 37th Annual Conference of the Australia and New Zealand Regional Science Association International (ANZRSAI), University of Southern Queensland, Hervey Bay, 3-6 December

Poot, J. (2013) Infrastructure and Trade: A Meta-Analysis. Invited Seminar. Department of Economics, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, 24 May

Poot, J. (2013) Who is in Charge of the Urban Piazza?  Invited presentation at the “Great Minds” Special Session on the “New Urban World”. Pacific Regional Science Conference Organisation (PRSCO) Conference, Bandung, Indonesia, July 1-4

Poot, J. (2013) Migrants and Urban Growth – the Chicken and Egg Question Revisited. Invited presentation at the “Casino Royale: Double Minds on Future Cities” Special Session of the 53rd European Regional Science Association (ERSA) Congress, Palermo, Italy, 27-31 August.

Poot, J. (2013) Migration and global economic welfare. Plenary presentation at the 25th Anniversary Conference of the European Academy., Wroclaw, Poland, 16-19 September

Poot, J. (2013) "Islands on the Edge of the Global Economy". Towards New Island Studies: Okinawa as an Academic Node Connecting Japan, East Asia and Oceania: University of Okinawa.

Poot, J. (2013) "Immigration, Language, and Host Country Experience: What Does It Mean in the Labour Market?",  Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads 2013: Wellington Poot and Stillman 2013.pdf (1,931 KB)

Roskruge, M., Poot, J. & King, L. (2013) Social capital and migrant entrepreneurship: evidence from New Zealand.  Oral presentation at the 60th Annual North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Atlanta, 13-16 November

Roskruge, M., Grimes, A., McCann, P. & Poot, J. (2013) Social Capital Formation and Immigrant Integration in New Zealand. Paper presented at the 4th Norface Migration Network Conference on "Migration: Global Development, New Frontiers", University College London, April 10-13.

Spoonley, P. & Cain,T. (2013) "A Pasifika City? Auckland as a Pacific Hub and Destination", International Metropolis Conference: Tampere, Finland.  Metropolis conference - Spoonley and Cain presentation (3,089 KB)

2012

Au, P., Wong, S. & Wong, S. (2012) "Filial Piety and elder Abuse within the Chinese Community: a clinician’s perspective", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Aulakh, G. & Nakhid, C. (2012) "Are our policies and plans adequate to cover the shortfall of New Zealand’s current and future skilled workforce?", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Buergelt, P. (2012) "Migrants’ experience of being at home. Outcome of interaction of multitude of individual and environmental factors & processes", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Buergelt, P. (2012) "Achieving effective public policy: Pathways towards collaboration between government – science – practice?", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Butcher, A. (2012) "Attitudes towards Asia: New Zealand, Canada and Australia compared", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Cain, T., Meares, C. & Read, C. (2012) "From the Braai to the BBQ: Making home in Aotearoa/New Zealand", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Chambers, D. (2012) "Auckland International Education Strategy", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Chand, A. & Cleland A. (2012) "Working with Ethnic and Migrant Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Chiang, N. (2012) "1.5 Generation Migrants from Taiwan", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Clarkson, Q. (2012) "Passenger Service Licence Instruction for Migrant Taxi Drivers", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Cruickshank, P. (2012) "Workshop: Migrant entrepreneurship Barriers, catalysts, economic growth Intentional immigrant entrepreneurs - Long Term Business Visa -", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Edmonston, B. & Lee, S. (2012) "Family Structure and Immigrant Women's Labour Force Participations in Canada", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Fabling, E. (2012) "Environment & Migration: Leveraging Existing Migration Policies and Practices", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Ferguson, B. (2012) "The social networks of migrants", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Guo, F. & Taksa, L. (2012) "Emerging Population Trends in the Metropolitan Areas of Australia’s Capital Cities", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Guy, N. (2012) "Speech to the Massey University conference "Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Immigration Issues and Futures"", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Hawthorne, L. (2012) "Capitalising on Inclusiveness: The Impact of the Study-Migration Pathway on Australia and Melbourne", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century, Auckland ...view pdf

Hinrichs, N. (2012) "Business and Cities: Sharing common ground for practical solutions", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

HO, E. (2012) "Transnational child caring among Chinese families in New Zealand", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Hugo, G. (2012) "Migration and Environmental Change in Asia", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Hyndman, C. (2012) "Government Policy Manager’s Perspective", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Ip, M. (2012) "New Media and Chinese Migrant Netizens: examining a potent ‘known certainty’", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Ip, M. & Liu, L. (2012) "Return Migration from New Zealand to China -- Motivations, Trajectories and Identity", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Janif, J. (2012) "The Safar (Journey) to NZ : Settlement & Ageing in Indian Communities Living in Auckland", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland...view pdf

Kim, I. & Latimer, S. (2012) "Migration and Transnational Family Care. Experiences of Waitemata District Health Board. Child Health & Disability CALD* Programme", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Krausse, M., Poot, J. & Scrimgeour, F. (2012) How important are border effects in trans-Tasman migration? Econometric evidence from survey data. Oral presentation at the 15th Conference on Labour, Employment and Work, Victoria University of Wellington, November 19-20 (presented by M Krausse).

Kyle, R. (2012) "Education New Zealand", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Liebig, T. (2012) "Recruiting and Integrating Skilled Migrants. Trends and Challenges for OECD Countries", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland...view pdf

Lister, P. (2012) "Auckland and International Students. Why we like them and what they like (or not like) about us", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Liu, X. (2012) "The new media and Chinese migrant netizens. ‘Double Transition’ of Chinese Migrant Youth", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland...view pdf

McLeod, K. (2012) "Enhancing evidence-based practice LisNZ and the future of migration data", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

McMillan, K. (2012) "Integrated labour markets and citizenship: The Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangement", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Merwood, P. & McLeod, K. (2012) "Examining aspects of new migrants’ employment outcomes in New Zealand using the IDI prototype", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Mugadza, V. (2012) "Can the Refugee Settlement Processses be Empowering?", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Nayar, S. (2012) "Transnational caregiving: An occupational perspective", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Newell, J. (2012) "Estimating the effects of the 2010/2011 Canterbury earthquakes on international migration flows to and from Greater Christchurch", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Nissen, K. (2012) "Working toward better use of LisNZ and meeting longitudinal data needs", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Opeskin, B. (2012) "Migration in Liberal Democracies: Managing Environmental Change", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Phillips, J., Poot, J. & Roskruge, M. (2012) Internationalisation of education and returns in the labour market: New Zealand evidence. Paper presented at the special session on “Academic Knowledge Commercialization, Universities and Regional Economic Development”, Japan Section of the Regional Science Association International (JSRSAI) 50th Anniversary Conference, Rissho University, Tokyo, October 6-8.

Poot, J., Celbis, G. & Nijkamp, P. (2012) Impacts of infrastructure on trade: evidence from meta-analysis. Invited presentation at the New Zealand Productivity Commission, Wellington, 28 September

Robertson, A. (2012) "New Zealanders’ perceptions of Asia and Asian peoples in 2011", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Roskruge, M., Poot, J., Grimes, A. & McCann, P. (2012) Immigrant integration and social capital formation. Oral presentation at the conference Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Immigration Issues and Futures, Massey University, Albany Campus, October 24-26 (presented by M Roskruge).

Sathu, A. (2012) "My Life...", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Song, C. (2012) "Generation 1.5 Korean New Zealanders: Issues in Education", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

SriRamaratnam, R., Merwood, P. & Zhao, X. (2012) "Employment Growth by Skills and the Contribution of Migration: NZ experience relative to Australia", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Stuart, J. (2012) "Unpacking the Impacts of Cultural Diversity: Why Multiculturalism Matters", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Tausi, M. (2012) "Outward Migration from New Zealand", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Taylor, C. & Ghimirey, C. (2012) "Teaching for Diversitiy in an ESOL Literacy Classroom", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Van der Boon, A. (2012) "Key Factors and Strategies of Dutch Immigrant Entrepreneurial Success in New Zealand", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland...view pdf

Verheijen, V. (2012) "Inspirational Journeys of Migrant Women Entrepreneurs in New Zealand", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Wang, J. (2012) "A Brighter Future for You", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Wang, X. & Maani, S. (2012) "Ethnic Capital and Self-employment: A Longitudinal Study of Recent Male Immigrants to New Zealand", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Wang, X. & Maani, S. (2012) "Assimilation, Ethnic Capital, and the Earnings of Immigrants in New Zealand: A Spatial Approach", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Wright, S. (2012) "Job Mentoring and Work Talk. Finding Work in New Zealand", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Yeoh, B. & Huang, S. (2012) "Pathways to the Cosmopolis? Transnational Healthcare Workers and the Politics of Carework in Singapore", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf

Yin, H. (2012) "The new media and Chinese migrant netizens. Socialisation, integration, and parallel lives", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland...view pdf

Zhang, J. (2012) "The new media and Chinese migrant netizens. Wellbeing of Elderly Chinese Immigrants", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland...view pdf

Zimmermann, K. (2012) "Circular Migration – Challenges and Perspectives – ", Pathways to Metropolis in the 21st Century: Auckland ...view pdf