Research Publications for Michael P Cameron
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Cameron, M., & Poot, J. (2016). Multi-region stochastic projections for New Zealand: Results and implications for ethnic projections. In The Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads Conference 2016. Conference held at Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, Wellington, New Zealand.
Irfan, M., Cameron, M. P., & Hassan, G. (2016). Household energy elasticities in Pakistan: An application of LA-AIDS model on pool data. In 19th Annual Waikato Management School Student Research Conference. Hamilton, New Zealand.
Cameron, M. P. (2016). Tracking the paths of ageing and depopulation in regional New Zealand. In Pathways, Circuit and Crossroads Conference 2016. Wellington, New Zealand.
Cameron, M. P., & Cochrane, W. (2016). 2016 update of area unit population, household and labour force projections for the Waikato region, 2013-2061. University of Waikato.
Cameron, M. P., & Cochrane, W. (2016). 2016 Update of population, family and households and labour force projections for the Waikato Region, 2013-2063. University of Waikato.
Cameron, M. P., Cochrane, W., & Livingston, M. (2016). The relationship between alcohol outlets and harm. A spatial panel analysis for New Zealand, 2007-2014.
Cameron, M., Koopman-Boyden, P., & Roskruge, M. (2015). Labour force participation, human capital and wellbeing among older New Zealanders (15/07). Waikato Management School.
Cameron, M. P., & Lim, S. (2015). Recognising and building on freshman students' prior knowledge of economics. New Zealand Economic Papers, 49(1), 22-32. doi:10.1080/00779954.2013.863721
Cameron, M., & Siameja, S. (2015). An experimental evaluation of a proactive pastoral care initiative within an introductory university course (15/09). Waikato Management School.
Cameron, M. P., & Cochrane, W. (2015). Using land-use modelling to statistically downscale population projections to small areas. In 8th International Conference on Population Geographies. Brisbane, Australia.