Research Publications for Richard D Bedford

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  • 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. (2004). The Quiet Revolution: Transformations in Migration Policies, Flows and Outcomes, 1999-2004. In New Settlers: New Directions: New Challenges Seminar. Conference held at Wellington.

  • Bedford, R. D. (2004). Out of Africa... New Migrations to Aotearoa. In G. Keearsley, & B. Fitzharris (Eds.), Glimpses of a Gaian World (pp. 345-381). Dunedin, New Zealand: University of Otago, School of Social Science.

  • 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.

  • Bedford, R. D. (2004). International Migration, Identity, and Development in Oceania: A synthesis of Ideas. In D. S. Massey, & J. E. Taylor (Eds.), International Migration Prospects and Policies in a Global Market (pp. 230-258). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

  • 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.

  • 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., & Pool, D. I. (2004). Flirting with Zelinsky in Aotearoa/New Zealand: A Maori Mobility Transition. In J. Taylor, & M. Bell (Eds.), Population Mobility and Indigenous Peoples in Australasia and North America (pp. 44-74). London: Routledge.

  • Bedford, R., Didham, R., Ho, E., & Hugo, G. (2004). Maori internal and international migration at the turn of the century: An Australasian perspective. New Zealand Population Review, 30(1 & 2), 131-141.

  • 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.

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