Publications & Papers

Recent Publications

Making Active Ageing A Reality Making Active Ageing A Reality: Maximising Participation and Contribution by Older People 2014
Peggy Koopman-Boyden, Michael P. Cameron, Judith Davey, Margaret Richardson
Report to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

Migration Impact Assessment Migrant Impact Assessment: New Horizons
Peter Nijkamp, Jacques Poot, Mediha Sahin

Maori and Social Issues Māori and Social Issues
Tahu Kukutai
An edited collection that looks at Māori research in areas that are critical for Māori and for broader society.

The NZ Family from 1840 The New Zealand Family from 1840 - A Demographic History
Ian Pool, Arunachalam Dharmalingam and Janet Sceats

See Also:

Motu Publications
Waikato Management School Publications

Working Papers, Monographs & Reports

NIDEA Working Papers
(including past PSC and MRG Discussion Papers)

Secondary School Study Intentions Survey: Research Report May 2011
Dr Yaghoob Faroutan, Professor Natalie Jackson, with Rachael Hutt and Jennifer Weal

Restructuring and Hospital Care: Sub-National Trends, Differentials, and their Impacts;
New Zealand from 1981

Annual Reports

2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010


NIDEA Researchers are often asked to give presentations to various industry groups, institutes, etc in New Zealand and overseas. Recent presentations are listed and, if available for download, linked below.


The challenges of future rural population change
Professor Jacques Poot, National Fieldays Seminar Series


Demographic Challenges and Opportunities in the Waikato Region: An A-B-C Approach to Population Ageing
Professor Natalie Jackson, Seminar to Faculty of Computing and Math Sciences; Workshop to Hamilton City Council; Presentation to Te Awamutu Rotary Club; Public Lecture, Spring Seminar Series, University of Waikato; Presentation to Continuing Education, Te Awamutu; Workshop, Hamilton Credit Union; Presentation, Hamilton East 60+

The demography of agricultural supply and demand
Professor Natalie Jackson, Invited address to Federated Farmers National Council Meeting, Wellington; Invited address to U3A Hamilton

Educating Rita
Professor Natalie Jackson, Invited address to Women in Statistics / World Statistics Day Forum, Wellington