Journal Articles

Bargh, M., & Rata, A. (2020). Voting in Māori governance entities. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 11(3) 1 - 19.

Brabyn, L. (2017). Declining towns and rapidly growing cities in New Zealand developing an empirically-based model that can inform policyPolicy Quarterly, 13, Supplementary Issue, 37-46.

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

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

Broman, P., Kukutai, T. & Bell, A. (2021). The (not so) silent centre: European ethnicity in the Aotearoa New Zealand Census. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 1-23. doi: 10.1080/01419870.2021.1992467

Broman, P., & Kukutai, T. (2021). Fixed not fluid: European identification in the Aotearoa New Zealand CensusJournal of Population Research. 38(2), 103–138.

Cameron, M. (2017). The relative (un)certainty of subnational population declinePolicy Quarterly 13, 55-60.

Cameron, M., & Cochrane, W. (2017). Using land-use modelling to statistically downscale population projections to small areas.  Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, Vol. 23, 3, 195-216.

Cameron, M., & 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.

Cameron, M., & Poot, J. (2019). The estimation and interpretation of coefficients in panel gravity models of migration. Lett Spat Resour Sci 12, 9–15

Cain, T., & Lee, S. (2019). Diversity dividends and the dehumanisation of immigrants in the news media in Aotearoa New Zealand. New Zealand Population Review, 45, 185–210.

Collins, F.L. (2019). Commentary: Questioning the diversity dividend, and then moving on. New Zealand Population Review, 45, 7-17.

Collins, F. L. (2021). Temporary migration and regional development amidst Covid‐19: Invercargill and QueenstownNew Zealand Geographer. doi:10.1111/nzg.12307

Jackson, N., & Cameron, M.P. (2018). The unavoidable nature of population ageing and the ageing-driven end of growth – an update for New Zealand. Population Ageing 11, 239–264

Kukutai, T., & Hohmann-Marriott, B (eds.). (2019). Capturing the diversity dividend? Diversity matters in Aotearoa/New Zealand. [Special Issue]. New Zealand Population review, 45.

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

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

Mare, D., & Cochrane, W. (2017). Urban influence and population change in New Zealand. Policy Quarterly Supplementary Issue.

Mare, D. (2019). Commuting to diversity. New Zealand Population Review, 45, 125–159.

Mondal, M., Cameron, M.P., and Poot, J. (2021 in press). Economic and cultural residential sorting of Auckland’s population, 1991-2013: An entropy approach, Journal of Geographical Systems.

Peace, R., & Stone, G. (2019).  Mapping service provision that responds to diversity: Tools for evaluating institutional capacity and capability. New Zealand Population Review, 45, 67–97.

Peace, R., & Spoonley, P. (2019). Social cohesion and cohesive ties: Responses to diversity.  New Zealand Population Review, 45, 98–124.

Poot, J., Alimi, O., Cameron, M., & Mare, D. (2016). The gravity model of migration: The successful comeback of an ageing superstar in regional science. Investigaciones Regionales – Journal of Regional Research, 36, 63-86.

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

Rata, A., & Terruhn, J. (2019). Editors note. New Zealand Population Review, 45 1–6.

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.

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., & 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,

Terruhn, J., & Ye, J. (2021). Encountering neighbors: coexisting with difference in Auckland’s Avondale. Urban Geography, 1-19.

Ye, J. (2017). Contours of urban diversity and coexistence. Geography Compass11, 1–8.

Ye, J. (2020), Unbounding difference‐making in diversifying cities: Encountering Singapore and Auckland. NZ Geographer, 76: 100-105.

Books and book chapters

Bakens, J., Nijkamp, P., & Poot, J. (2015). E Pluribus Prosperitas: On cultural diversity and economic development. In Bakens, J., Nijkamp, P., & Poot, J. (Eds.) The Economics of Cultural Diversity (pp. 1 – 13). Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.

Cameron, M.P., Dunstan, K., & Cook, L. (2021). The development of uncertainty in national and subnational population projections: A New Zealand perspective. In Cochrane, W., Alimi, O., and Cameron, M.P. (Eds.) Labor Markets, Migration, and Mobility: Essays in Honor of Jacques Poot, Dordrecht: Springer.

Cain, T. (2017). Demographic diversities: The changing face of Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 33-51). In Cain, T., Kahu, E., & Shaw, R. (Eds) Tūrangawaewae: Identity and Belonging in Aotearoa New Zealand. Auckland New Zealand: Massey University Press.

Cochrane, W., Alimi, O., & Cameron, M.P. (Eds.). (2021). Labor Markets, Migration, and Mobility – Essays in Honor of Jacques Poot, Singapore: Springer

Jackson N. (2016). The potential collateral demographic dividend. In: Pace R., Ham-Chande R. (Eds.) Demographic Dividends: Emerging Challenges and Policy Implications. Demographic Transformation and Socio-Economic Development, vol 6. Springer, Cham.

Jackson, N.O. (2016). Irresistible forces: Facing up to demographic change. In Spoonley, P. (Ed.) Rebooting the Regions. Massey University Press: Palmerston North.

Jackson, N.O. (2017). Diversity in New Zealand. In Pelling, N. and Burton, L. (Eds) Abnormal Psychology in Context. The Australian and New Zealand Handbook. Cambridge University Press. pp.34-53.

Jackson N., Brabyn L., Maré D., Cameron M., Pool I. (2019). From ageing-driven growth towards the ending of growth. Subnational population trends in New Zealand. In Anson J., Bartl W., Kulczycki A. (Eds.) Studies in the Sociology of Population. (pp 161 – 193). Cham: Springer.

Jackson, N.O., & Kukutai T. (2019). Population-level analysis. In M Walter (Ed.) Social Research Methods, 4th edition. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Kukutai, T., & Ryks, J. (2016). Here to stay: Reshaping the regions through mana Maori. In Spoonley, P (Ed.) Rebooting the regions. Massey University Press: Palmerston North.

Kukutai, T., & Webber, M. (2017). Ka pū te ruha, ka hao te rangatahi: Māori identities in the 21st century. In A. Bell, V. Elizabeth, T. McIntosh & M. Wynyard (Eds.) A land of milk and honey? Making sense of Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 71-82). Auckland: Auckland University Press.

Kukutai, T., & Rata, A. (2017). From mainstream to manaaki: Indigenising our approach to immigration. In D. Hall (Ed.) Fair Borders? Migration Policy in the Twenty-First Century (pp. 26–44). Wellington, New Zealand: Bridget Williams Books.

Mondal, M., Cameron, M.P., & Poot, J. (2020). Group-size bias in the measurement of residential sorting. In Suzuki, S., & Patuelli, R. A Broad View of Regional Science - Essays in Honor of Peter Nijkamp. Dordrecht: Springer.

Nijkamp, P. & Poot, J. (2015). Cultural diversity – A matter of measurement. In: Nijkamp P., Poot, J., & Bakens, J. (Eds.) The Economics of Cultural Diversity (pp. 17-51). Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.

O Alimi, DC Maré, J Poot (2016). Income inequality in New Zealand regions. In Spoonley, P. (Ed.) Rebooting the Regions. Massey University Press: Palmerston North

Spoonley, P. (2016). Rebooting the Regions. Massey University Press: Palmerston North.

Spoonley, P. (2017). Renegotiating citizenship: Indigeneity and superdiversity in contemporary Aotearoa/New Zealand. In: Mann J. (Ed) Citizenship in transnational perspective. Politics of citizenship and migration. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Spoonley, P. (2020). The New New Zealand: Facing demographic disruption. Palmerston North: Massey University Press.

Terruhn, J. (2019). International students – transnational mobilities. In: McManus, R., Matthewman, S., Brickel, C., McLennan, G., and Spoonley, P. (Eds.) Exploring Society: Sociology for New Zealand Students (4th edition) (pp. 312-313). Auckland: Auckland University Press.

Terruhn, J. (2020). Urban diversity and inequality in Auckland. In: Simon-Kumar, R., Collins, F.L., and Friesen, W. (Eds.) Intersections of Inequality, Migration and Diversification: The Politics of Mobility in Aotearoa/New Zealand (pp. 131-151). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.


Peace, R., & Pratt, A. (2021). Diversity in the Public Sector. Research Report No.2/2020

Stone, G., & Peace, R. (2020). English Language Partners New Zealand - a CaDDANZ case study: Exploring the nature of ELPNZ’s contribution to settlement outcomes for newcomers, including identified systemic challenges and options, and its response to diversity. Research Report No.1/2020.

Stone, G., Peace, R., & Pratt, A. (2020). New Zealand Police: A CaDDANZ case study. Completed – awaiting sign off from NZ Police

Terruhn, J. (2017). ESOL students’ sense of school belonging, inclusion, and wellbeing report. Massey University: Auckland.

Levine, M. (2017). Diversity and wellbeing at school - Report for participating Secondary School. Massey University: Auckland.

Working papers

Cain, T., & Lee, S. (2018).  Media representations of immigration and ethnic diversity in the New Zealand Herald. CaDDANZ Working Paper No. 1.

Jackson, N., Brabyn, L., & Mare, D. (2016). New Zealand’s towns and rural centres 1976-2013 – experimental components of growth. NIDEA Working Paper No. 7.

Kooshesh, P. (2019). Re-definition of social identity among Iranian migrant females in New Zealand. Massey University CaDDANZ Working Paper No.2/2019.

Mare, D. (2018). The labor market in New Zealand, 2000−2017. IZA World of Labor: 427.

Mare, D., & Poot, J. (2019). Valuing cultural diversity of New Zealand cities. Motu Working Paper 19-05.

Mondal, M., Cameron, M.P., & Poot, J. (2018). Group-size bias in the measurement of residential sorting. Working Paper in Economics 09/18. Hamilton: School of Accounting, Finance and Economics, University of Waikato.

Mondal, M., Cameron, M.P., & Poot, J. (2019). Economic and cultural residential sorting of Auckland’s population 1991-2013: An entropy approach. Working Paper in Economics 03/19. Hamilton: School of Accounting, Finance and Economics, University of Waikato.

Mondal, M., Cameron, M.P., & Poot, J. (2020). Determinants of ethnic identity among adolescents: Evidence form New Zealand. Working Paper in Economics 05/20. Hamilton: School of Accounting, Finance and Economics, University of Waikato.

Poot, J. (2015). Cross-border migration and travel: A virtuous relationship. IZA World of Labor: 209

Spoonley, P. (2014). Superdiversity, social cohesion, and economic benefits. IZA World of Labor: 46.

Tran, N.T.M, Cameron, M.P., & Poot, J. (2017). Local institutional quality and return migration: Evidence from Vietnam. Working Paper 10-17. Department of Economics, University of Waikato.

Student outputs

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

Dixon, R. (2017). Who is afraid of border controls? A review of economic and cultural threat theories of attitudes towards immigration. POPS589 Report, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Dixon, R. (2019). Attitudes towards immigrants and immigration: A narrative review. PANZ Poster Thesis Summary. NIDEA, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Dixon, R. (2019). Attitudes towards immigrants and immigration: A narrative review. (Masters’ thesis, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand).

McHardie, T. (2016). Evaluating web mapping applications for visualising demographic diversity. (Masters’ thesis, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand).

Mondal, M. (2021). Ethnic mobility and the spatial distribution of ethnicity in Auckland. (Doctoral thesis, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand).