Research Publications for Jacques H J Poot

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  • 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

  • Tran, N., Cameron, M., & Poot, J. (2017). International migration and institutional quality in the home country: It matters where you go and how long you stay (17/17). Waikato Management School.

  • Alimi, O., Maré, D., & Poot, J. (2017). More pensioners, less income inequality? (17-02). MOTU. Retrieved from

  • Alimi, O., Mare, D. C., & Poot, J. (2017). More pensioners, less income inequality? The impact of changing age composition on inequality in big cities and elsewhere: IZA Discussion Paper (10690). Bonn, Germany: IZA – Institute of Labor Economics. Retrieved from

  • Tran, N., Cameron, M. P., & Poot, J. (2017). Local institutional quality and return migration: Evidence from Vietnam (10/17). Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand: Department of Economics, University of Waikato.

  • Cameron, M., & Poot, J. (2017). Sub-national ethnics population projections using cohort change ratios - An application to New Zealand. In 65th Annual North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International,. Vancouver, Canada.

  • Poot, J., & Roskruge, M. (2016). Population Change and Impacts in Asia and the Pacific (Vol. 26, 1 ed.). Singapore: Springer. Retrieved from

  • Poot, J., & Soltani, B. (2016). Superdiversity in New Zealand schools: policies, governance and experiences. In Frontiers and Borders of Superdiversity Conference. Conference held at Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

  • Poot, J. (2016). Bridging and bonding: the role of social networks in labour market outcomes for migrants. In New Zealand Immigration Settlement Summit 2016 Proceedings: Collaborating for Outcomes (pp. 17-22). Wellington, New Zealand: Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. Retrieved from

  • Roskruge, M. J., Poot, J., & King, L. (2016). Social capital, entrepreneurship and living standards: Differences between migrants and the native born. In H. Westlund, & J. P. Larsson (Eds.), Handbook of Social Capital and Regional Development (pp. 41 pages). United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.

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