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Terruhn, J, and Ye, J. (2021) Encountering neighbors: Coexisting with difference in Auckland’s Avondale, Urban Geography, 1-20, 


Bargh, M. & Rata, A. (2020) Voting in Māori governance entities. International Indigenous Policy Journal, 11, 3.

Collins, F. L. (2020) ‘Give me my pathway!‘: multinational migration, transnational skills regimes and migrant subjectification. Global Networks, DOI: 10.1111/glob.12294

Collins, F.L & Bayliss T (2020) The good migrant: Everyday nationalism and temporary migration management on New Zealand dairy farms. Political Geography, Volume 80, June 2020, DOI: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2020.102193

Collins, F. L. & Schloffel-Armstrong, S. (2020) The moral politics of emigration: gendered figures of migration and the anxiety of diasporic return. Social & Cultural Geography, DOI: 10.1080/14649365.2020.1757141

Higgins, K.W., & Terruhn, J. (2020) Kinship, whiteness and the politics of belonging among British migrants and Pākehā in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 1-19. DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2020.1766353

Lee, S., Collins, F. L., & Simon-Kumar, R. (2020) Healthy Diversity? The Politics of Managing Emotions in an Ethnically Diverse Hospital Workforce. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 41(4), 389-404.

Lipura, S.J. & Collins, F.L (2020) Towards an integrative understanding of contemporary educational mobilities: a critical agenda for international student mobilities research. Globalisation, Societies and Education, DOI: 10.1080/14767724.2020.1711710

Mondal, M., Cameron, M.P., & Poot, J. (in press) Economic and cultural residential sorting of Auckland’s population, 1991-2013: An entropy approach, Journal of Geographical Systems.

Rata, A. (2020) Dismantling Cook’s legacy: Science, migration, and colonialism in Aotearoa. New Zealand Science Review, 76, 53-57.

Terruhn, J., Spoonley, P. (2020) Multilingual realities / monolingual ideologies: Connecting the dots between schools' language practices and international student well-being. Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration, 4(2), 183-201,

Wang, B., & Collins, F. (2020) Temporally Distributed Aspirations: New Chinese Migrants to New Zealand and the Figuring of Migration Futures. Sociology, DOI: 10.1177/0038038519895750.


Brabyn, L., Jackson, N., Stichbury, G. & McHardie, T. (2019) Visualising and Communicating Population Diversity through Web Maps. New Zealand Population Review, 45, 46-66. 

Brabyn, L. and Jackson, N. (2019) A new look at population change and regional development in Aotearoa New Zealand, New Zealand Geographer, 75, pp.116–129.

Cameron, M.P. & Poot, J. (2019) Towards Superdiverse Aotearoa: Dimensions of Past and Future Ethnic Diversity in New Zealand and its Regions. New Zealand Population Review, 45, 18-45. 

Collins, F.L. (2019) Anxious desires: Temporary status and future prospects in migrant lives. Emotion, Space and Society. 31, 162-169. Click here

Collins, F.L. (2019) Commentary: Questioning the Diversity Dividend, and then Moving On. New Zealand Population Review, 45, 7-17. 

Gerrard, J. & Kukutai, T. (2019) Foreword to Special Issue on mātauranga and science. New Zealand Science Review, 75(4).

Kukutai, T. & Cormack, D. (2019) Mana motuhake ā-raraunga: Datafication and social science research in Aotearoa. Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 14(2).

Lee, S. & Cain, T. (2019) Diversity Dividends and the Dehumanisation of Immigrants in the News Media in Aotearoa New Zealand. New Zealand Population Review, 45, 185-210. 

Maré,, D.C. & Poot, J. (2019) Commuting to Diversity. New Zealand Population Review, 45, 125-159. 

Peace, R. & Spoonley, P. (2019) Social Cohesion and Cohesive Ties: Responses to Diversity. New Zealand Population Review, 45, 98-124. 

Rata, A. & Al-Asaad, F. (2019) Whakawhanaungatanga as a Māori Approach to Indigenous–Settler of Colour Relationship Building.  New Zealand Population Review, 45, 211-233. 

Stone, G. & Peace, R. (2019) Mapping Service Provision that Responds to Diversity: Tools for Evaluating Institutional Capacity and Capability. New Zealand Population Review, 45, 67-97. 

Terruhn, J. (2019) Whose Dividend? Diversity as a Selling Point in Urban Development Projects in Auckland. New Zealand Population Review, 45, 160-184. 

Terruhn, J., & Rata, A. (2019) Editors’ note. New Zealand Population Review, Special Issue: Capturing the Diversity Dividend? Diversity Matters in Aotearoa New Zealand, 45, 1-6.


Cameron, M.P. & Poot, J. (2018) The estimation and interpretation of coefficients in panel gravity models of migration, Working Paper in Economics 18/01. Hamilton: School of Accounting, Finance and Economics, University of Waikato. 

Collins, F.L. (2018) Keeping bodies moving: Hope, disruption and the possibilities of youth migration. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 39(6), 626-641. 

Jackson, N.O. & Brabyn, L. & Stichbury, G. (2018) The New Zealand Social Atlas of Regional Movers and Stayers - The Wellington Region and its Territorial Authority Areas - February

Jackson, N.O. Tinnitus in Numbers , International Guidebook on Tinnitus, Netherlands.

Jackson, N.O. & Cameron, M.P. (2018) The unavoidable nature of population ageing and ageing-driven growth - an update for New Zealand, Journal of Population Ageing. Click here

Kukutai, T. & Cormack, D. (2018) Census 2018 and implications for Māori. New Zealand Population Review, 44, 131-151 

Lee, S., Collins, F.L., & Simon-Kumar, R. (2018) Healthy Diversity? Urban diversity and the potential of workplace encounters in New Zealand. European Journal of Public Health, 28, 118-118. Not publicly available

Maré, D.C. (2018) "The labor market in New Zealand, 2000-2017" IZA World of Labour:Country Studies IZA World of Labor 2018:427 Click here

Fleming, D., Grimes, A., Lebreton, L., Maré, D.C. & Nunns, P. (2018) "Valuing Sunshine" Regional Science and Urban Economics 68 (2018), pp.268-76

Pool, I. & Jackson, N.O. Te Ara Population Pages - update

Terruhn, J. (2018) Book Review: A land of milk and honey? Making sense of Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal of Sociology. 54(2), NP6-NP8. Click here

Tran, N.T. M., Cameron, M.P. & Poot, J. (2018) Local institutional quality and return migration: Recent evidence from Vietnam, International Migration. Click here


Axelsson, A., Kukutai, T. & Kippen, R. (2017) Indigenous wellbeing and colonisation. Journal of Northern Studies, 7-18

Brabyn, L. (2017) Declining towns and rapidly growing cities in New Zealand: Developing an empirically-based model that can inform policy. Policy Quarterly. 13, 37-46. 

Cameron, M.P. & Cochrane, W. (2017) Using land-use modelling to statistically downscale population projections to small areas, Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 23(2), 195-216. 

Cameron, M.P (2017) The relative (un)certainty of subnational population decline, Policy Quarterly, 13 (Supplement), 55-60. Click here

Cochrane, W, & Maré, D.C (2017) Urban influence and population change in New Zealand Policy Quarterly 13 (Supplement), 61-71. 

Jackson, N.O (2017) 'What of the future?' Invited article in H Dickey, The Growth of New Zealand Towns. A historical survey of the development of 64 of our cities and towns from their beginnings. Hugh Dickey (September), pp 38-41.

Jackson, N.O. (2017) New Zealand's dairy farmers from a demographic perspective:1996-2013. New Zealand Population Review 43: 93-134. Click here

Jackson, N.O. (2017) Introduction and overview Policy Quarterly Supplement 13: 3-9. 

Jackson, N.O. & Brabyn, L. (2017) The mechanisms of subnational population growth and decline in New Zealand, 1976-2013  Policy Quarterly Supplement 13: 22-36. 

Jackson, N.O. & Cameron, M.C. (2017) The unavoidable nature of population ageing and the ageing-driven end of growth - an update for New Zealand Population Ageing: 1-26. DOI: 10.1007/s12062-017-9180-8. Click here

Jackson, N.O. & Brabyn, L. & Stichbury, G. (2017) The New Zealand Social Atlas of Regional Movers and Stayers – The Hawke’s Bay Region and its Territorial Authority Areas. October.

Jackson, N.O. & Brabyn, L. & Stichbury, G. (2017)  The New Zealand Social Atlas of Regional Movers and Stayers – The Gisborne Region. October.

Jackson, N.O. & Brabyn, L. & Stichbury, G. (2017)  The New Zealand Social Atlas of Regional Movers and Stayers – The Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough Regions and their Territorial Authority Areas. September (finalised October).

Jackson, N.O. & Brabyn, L. & Stichbury, G. (2017) The New Zealand Social Atlas of Regional Movers and Stayers – The Waikato Region and its Territorial Authority Areas. September (finalised October).

Jackson, N.O. & Brabyn, L. & Stichbury, G. (2017) The New Zealand Social Atlas of Regional Movers and Stayers – The Bay of Plenty Region and its Territorial Authority Areas September (finalised October).

Jackson, N.O. & Brabyn, L. & Stichbury, G. (2017) The New Zealand Social Atlas of Regional Movers and Stayers – The Northland Region and its Territorial Authority Areas September (finalised October).

Jackson, N.O. (2017) ‘What of the future?’ Invited article in H Dickey, The Growth of New Zealand Towns. A historical survey of the development of 64 of our cities and towns from their beginnings. Hugh Dickey (September), pp 38-41.

Kukutai, T. & Rarere, M. (2017) Tribal sex ratios in the New Zealand Population Census: why are women so dominant? New Zealand Population Review, 43,63-92. 

Kukutai, T., Walker, J., Lovett, R., Jones, C. & Henry, D. (2017) Routinely collected Indigenous health data: governance, ownership and the path to healing. The Lancet, 390. 

Poot, J. & Dixon, R. (2017) What's with the attitude? We were all migrants once! NIDEA, University of Waikato 

Poot, J. (2017) Looking forward: the importance of the new. Asia-Pacific Journal of Regional Science, 1-4. doi:10.1007/s41685-017-0019-3 

Spoonley, P. & Chan, A. (2017) The politics and construction of identity and childhood: Chinese immigrant families in New Zealand. GSC 2017, Vol. 7 (1) 17-28   

Ye, J. (2017) Managing urban diversity through differential inclusion in Singapore.  Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, DOI: 10.1177/0263775817717988 

Ye, J. (2017) Contours of urban diversity and coexistence. Geography Compass, Vol.11(9): 1 – 8. 


Arribas-Bel, D., Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2016) How diverse can measures of segregation be? Results from Monte Carlo simulations of an agent-based model. Environment and Planning A. DOI 10.1177/0308518X16653402 

Axelsson, A., Kukutai, T., & Kippen, R. (2016) The field of Indigenous health and the role of colonisation and history. Journal of Population Research. DOI 10.1007/s12546-016-9163-2. 

Jackson, N.O. (2016) Population ageing, the ebbing of the human tide, and health services. The Practice Manager (2): 28-29.

Kukutai, T. (2016) Missing Maori men. Horizons, Issue 4: Winter. 

Madden, R., Axelsson, P., Kukutai, T., Griffiths, K., Storm Mienna, C., Brown, N., Coleman, C. & Ring, I. (2016) Statistics on indigenous peoples: International effort needed. Statistical Journal of the IAOS, 32, pp. 37-41.

Maré, D., Poot, J. & Roberts, C. (2016) Residential assimilation of migrants. Asymmetric Information - Newsletter of the New Zealand Association of Economists, issue no. 55, April, pp. 12-14. 

Maré, D C., Pinkerton, R., & Poot, J. (2016) Residential assimilation of immigrants: A cohort approach Migration Studies. 4(3), 373-401.

Poot, J. & Stillman, S. (2016) "Skill composition of immigration flows and the measurement of education-occupation mismatch. IZA Journal of Migration, 5(18):1-23. 

Poot, J. (2016) Exodus: how should we respond to the refugee crisis: an introduction. RSAI Newsletter. New Series 15, May 2016, pp. 6-8. 

Poot, J., Alimi, O., Cameron, M. & Maré, D. (2016) The gravity model of migration: The successful comeback of an ageing superstar in regional science" IZA Discussion Paper 10329: Bonn.

Spoonley, P. (2016) Has Gramsci Left the Building? New Zealand Sociology Volume 31 Issue 7 246-249. 

Spoonley, P., Fraser, G. & Maharey, S. (2016) A New Zealand Sociological Imagination: The Massey Story in New Zealand Sociology Volume 31 Issue 3 40 - 63. 

Ye, J. (2016) “Spatializing the politics of urban co-existence: Gui Ju(规矩) in Singapore”, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Vol.41(1): 91 – 103.  

Ye, J. and Yeoh, B.S.A., (accepted), “Encountering difference through social assistance: migration, diversity and precarity in Singapore” in Annals of the American Association of Geographers

Ye, J. (2016) “The ambivalence of familiarity: understanding breathable diversity through fleeting encounters in Singapore’s Jurong West”, Area, Vol.48(1): 77 – 83 (first published online 13th Oct 2015, DOI: 10.1111/area.12237)

Ye, J. (forthcoming) “Cultural diversity and encounters in the city” in Geography Compass (invited review article by Cultural Geography editor, Katy Bennett)


Jackson, N.O. (2015) Ageing populations and Regional Decline. Briefing Papers. Auckland University of Technology. December 10.

Ozgen, C., Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2015) The Elusive Effects of Workplace Diversity on Innovation. Papers in Regional Science, doi:10.1111/pirs.12176. 

Poot, J. (2015)  Cross-border Migration and Travel: a Virtuous Relationship. IZA World of Labor, doi: 10.15185/izawol.209. 

Poot, J. (2015) Migrants and the Wealth of Cities. Italian Journal of Regional Science, 14(1): 113-120.

Poot, J. & Sanderson, L. (2015)  Researching Duration of Residence: from Census and Postal Survey to Integrated Data Infrastructure. New Zealand Population Review, 41: 69-94.

Ye, J. (2015) "The ambivalence of familiarity: understanding breathable diversity through fleeting encounters in Singapore's Jurong West" Royal Geographical Society with IBG


Cain, T., Meares, C. & Read, C. (2014) "Home and beyond in Aotearoa: The affective dimensions of migration for South African migrants", Gender, Place and Culture.

Poot, J. (2014) "The Impact of Global Climate Change on International Migration". International Journal of Environmental Creation 13(1), 1-16.

Spoonley, P. (2014) Superdiversity, social cohesion and economic benefits. IZA World of Labour.

Ye, J. (2014) “Labour recruitment and its class and gender intersections: a comparative analysis of workers in Singapore’s segmented labour force” in Geoforum, Vol.51: 183 – 190. 


Beckhusen, J., Florax, R., de Graaff, T., Poot, J. & Waldorf, B. (2013) "Living and Working in Ethnic Enclaves: Language Proficiency of Immigrants in U.S. Metropolitan Areas". Papers in Regional Science, doi:10.1111/pirs.12023

Cain, T. & Spoonley, P. (2013) "Making it work: The mixed embeddedness of immigrant entrepreneurs in New Zealand", IZA Institute for the Study of Labor, DP No. 7332, 1-27. Read more...

Daldy, B., Poot, J., & Roskruge, M. (2013) "Perception of workplace discrimination among immigrants and native born New Zealanders", Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 16 (1), 137-154. Read more...

Jackson, N.O. (2013) Demographic change in New Zealand’s dairy farming industry. The need for a cohort perspective. New Zealand Population Review, 39, 77-99.

Ozgen, C., Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2013) "The impact of cultural diversity on firm innovation: Evidence from Dutch micro-data", IZA Journal of Migration, 2(18), 1-24. See:  Ozgen, Nijkamp and Poot 2013.pdf (893 KB)

Poot, J. & Roskruge, M. (2013) "Internationalisation of Education and Returns in the Labour Market", Studies in Regional Science, 43(1), 61-78.

Poot, J. & Pawar, S. (2013) "Is Demography Destiny? Urban Population Change and Economic Vitality of Future Cities". Journal of Urban Management, 2(1), 5-23.

Poot, J. (2013) "Migrants and the wealth of cities", Italian Journal of Regional Science.

Roskruge, M., Grimes, A., McCann, P. & Poot, J. (2013) "Homeownership, Social Capital and Satisfaction with Local Government". Urban Studies, doi:10.1177/0042098012474522

Spoonley, P. (2013) "The changing face of Auckland", Opinion Piece for Asia New Zealand Foundation.

Ye, J. (2013) “Migrant Masculinities: Bangladeshi Men in Singapore’s Labour Force” in Gender, Place and Culture. DOI:10.1080/0966369X.2013.817966

Ye, J. (2013) “Notes from Migrant Encounters: visualizing Singapore’s diversity through South Asian male migrants” in Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, Vol.34(3): 407 – 413. 


Maré, D., Pinkerton, R., Poot, J. & Coleman, A. (2012) "Residential Sorting Across Auckland Neighbourhoods". New Zealand Population Review 38, 23-54.

Roskruge, M., Grimes, A., McCann, P. & Poot, J. (2012) "Social Capital and Regional Social Infrastructure Investment: Evidence from New Zealand". International Regional Science Review, 35(1), 3-25.


Meares, C., Cain, T. & Spoonley, P. (2011) "Bamboo networks: Chinese business owners and co-ethnic networks in Auckland, New Zealand", Journal of Chinese Overseas 7, 258-269.

Spoonley, P. & Meares, C. (2011) "Laissez-faire multiculturalism and relational embeddedness: Ethnic precincts in Auckland", Cosmopolitan Civil Societies, 3 (1), 42-64.

Ye, J. & Kelly, P.F. (2011) “Workplace Cosmopolitanism in Singapore” in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol.37(5), Special Issue, eds Yeoh, B.S.A. and Huang, S. 


Bedford, C., Bedford, R. & Ho, E. (2010) "Engaging with New Zealand’s recognized seasonal employer work policy: The case of Tuvalu", Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 19(3), 421-445.

Johnston, R., Gendall, P., Trlin, A. & Spoonley, P. (2010) "Immigration, multiculturalism and geography: Inter-group contact and attitudes to immigrants and cultural diversity in New Zealand". Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 19(3), 343-369.

Longhi, S., Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2010) "Joint impacts of immigration on wages and employment: Review and meta-analysis", Journal of Geographical Systems

Longhi, S., Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2010) "Meta-analyses of labour market impacts of immigration: Key conclusions and policy implications", Environment and Planning C, 28(5), 819-833.

McCann, P., Poot, J. & Sanderson. L. (2010) "Migration, Relationship Capital and International Travel: Theory and Evidence", Journal of Economic Geography, 10(3): 361-387.

Meares, C. (2010) "A fine balance: Women, work and skilled migration", Women's Studies International Forum, 33, 473-481.

Meares, C., Bell, A., & Peace, R. (2010) "Migration, gender and economic integration: international scholarship (2006-09) and an Aotearoa New Zealand Research Agenda", Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 5(2), 61-80.

Ozgen, C., Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2010) "The effect of migration on income growth and convergence: Meta-analytic evidence", Papers in Regional Science, 89(3), 537-561.

Poot, J. (2010) "Trans-Tasman migration, transnationalism and economic development in Australasia", Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 19(3), 319-342.

Poot, J. & Strutt, A. (2010) "International trade agreements and international migration", The World Economy, 33(12), 1923-1954.