Dr William Cochrane
Senior Lecturer, Convenor (IR&HRM)
Qualifications: MSocSc, PhD Waikato
Bill Cochrane was a Research Fellow in the Population Studies Centre from 2002-2010, and continues in the National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis as an Associate Researcher. He is involved with Jacques Poot and Michael Cameron in the provision of a wide range of consultancy services to local authorities, district health boards and various NGO's in the areas of population projection and labour market analysis.
He gained his PhD from the University of Waikato in 2011 researching regional diversity and local labour market outcomes in New Zealand.
Regional diversity; local labour market outcomes; organisation of work; industry structure and survey analysis; design and implementation.
Dr William Cochrane's main interests lie in Labour Economics. He specialises in the econometric analysis of local labour markets, spatial econometric analysis, evaluation of policy particularly in relation to the labour market and social security system, labour market and small area demographic projections; as well as analysis of the organisation of work and workplace productivity.
Stubbs, T., Cochrane, W., Uerata, L., Hodgetts, D., & Rua, M. R. (2017). The Māori precariat: A silhouette. In S. Groot, C. Van Ommen, B. Masters-Awatere, & N. Tassell-Matamua (Eds.), Precarity: Uncertain, Insecure and Unequal Lives in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 113-122). Auckland, New Zealand: Massey University Press.
Cochrane, W., & Pool, I. (2017). Māori in New Zealand’s contemporary development. Policy Quarterly, 13(Supplementary), 47-54.
Cochrane, W., Stubbs, T., Rua, M., & Hodgetts, D. (2017). A statistical portrait of the New Zealand precariat. In S. Groot, C. Van Ommen, B. Masters-Awatere, & N. Tassell-Matamua (Eds.), Precarity: Uncertain, Insecure and Unequal Lives in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 25-34). Auckland, New Zealand: Massey University Press.
Thomson, M., Shoston, N., Barrett, P. N., & Cochrane, W. (2017). Building an effective methamphetamine strategy: A thematic review conducted at the request of the Waikato District Police. Hamilton, New Zealand: The University of Waikato.
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