Research Publications for Richard D Bedford
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Younus, M. A., Bedford, R. D., & Morad, M. (2005). Not so high and dry: Patterns of 'autonomous adjustment' to major flooding events in Bangladesh. Geography: An International Journal, 90(2), 112-120.
Younus, M. A., Bedford, R. D., & Morad, M. (2005). Not so high and dry: Examination of the Patterns of 'Autonomous Adjustment' to Major Flooding Events in Bangladesh. Geography: an international journal, 61, 1-13.
Bedford, R. D., Ho, E. S., & Lidgard, J. M. (2005). From targets to outcomes: Immigration policy in New Zealand, 1996-2003. In A. Trlin, P. Spoonley, & N. Watts (Eds.), New Zealand and International Migration, A Digest and Bibliography (pp. 1-43). Palmerston North: Massey University.
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., & Ho, E. S. (2005). Arrivals, departures and net migration 1996/97 - 2002/03. In New Zealand and International Migration, A Digest and Bibliography (pp. 44-69). Palmerston North: Massey University.
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.
Bedford, R. D. (2005). A Kiwi Conundrum. In Off Campus (pp. 14).
Bedford, R. D. (2004). The South Pacific Migration Systems Revisited: Developments in the 1990s and Beyond. In 2nd International Conference on Population Geographies, University of St Andrews,.
Joseph, A. E., Lidgard, J. M., & Bedford, R. D. (2004). Rural trajectories: Diversification and farm-community linkages in Whakatane. Hamilton: Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato.
Bedford, R. D., & Ho, E. S. (2004). Migration from Australia to New Zealand: who are these trans-Tasman migrants?. In Institute of Australian Geographers 2004 Conference. Conference held at Adelaide.