Research Publications for Richard D Bedford
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Bedford, R. D. (2005). Population change in the Bay of Plenty, 1981 - 2051: Regional and sub-regional perspectives. In The Strategic Planning Committee of the Bay of Plenty Regional Council, Whakatane.
Bedford, R. D. (2005). Population Change in the Bay of Plenty, 1981-2051: Regional and Sub-Regional Perspectives. In Environment Bay of Plenty Forecast, 2051,.
Bedford, R. (2005). Perspectives on population growth, migration and sustainable development in the Pacific Region. In Population, Environment and Development (pp. 145-159). Stanislaw Leszczycki Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization, Polish Academy of Sciences.
Ho, E. S., & Bedford, R. D. (2005). Profiles of movers and stayers in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. In Victoria University Seminar: One the frontiers: New Public good research on population, migration and community dynamics, Wellington.
Bedford, R. D., & Khawaja, M. (2005). Reasons for Migration. In Victoria University Seminar- On the frontiers: New public good research on population, migration and community dynamics, Wellington.
Bedford, R. D., Didham, R., & Ho, E. S. (2005). Urbanisation of Pacific populations: An international perspective. In IAOS Satellite Meeting on Measuring Small and Indigenous Populations, Wellington.
Bedford, R. D. (2005). International migration: Are the changes wringing us out?. In Anglican Schools Conference. Conference held at Auckland.
Bedford, R. D., Lidgard, J. M., & McLeay, C. R. (2004). Migration outcomes: Understanding contemporary population movement into and out of the Western Bay of Plenty. In The Social Policy, Research and Evaluation Conference. Conference held at Wellington.
Bedford, R. D., Lidgard, J. M., & McLeay, C. R. (2004). Migration in New Zealand's 'Gold Coast': Reflections on Recent Trends. Sustaining Regions, 4(3), 22-33.
Thompson-Guerin, P. B., Ho, E. S., & Bedford, R. D. (2004). Who are the most un-employed people in New Zealand and what can we do about it?. In Labour, Employment and Work in New Zealand 2004. Conference held at Wellington.