Research Publications for Michael P Cameron
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Cameron, M. P., Brown, J., Cochrane, W., & Robertson, N. (2018). An evaluation of the Whangarei one-way door policy [Commissioned by Health Promotion Agency (HPA)]. Retrieved from https://www.hpa.org.nz/
Cameron, M., & Poot, J. (2018). Sub-national ethnic population projections for small ethnic groups. In Pathways 2018 Conference. Conference held Massey University, Auckland.
Cameron, M., & Jordan-Tong, M. (2018). The ground-up redevelopment of a four-year undergraduate management studies degree. In EDULEARN 2018.
Piercy, G., Cameron, M., & Campbell, L. (2018). Reasons for student non-retention in degree-level study: Evidence from business students in New Zealand. In EduLearn 2018.
Tran, N., Cameron, M., & Poot, J. (2018). What are migrants willing to pay for better home country institutions? The case of Viet Nam: Working Paper in Economics (18/10). Waikato Management School.
Cameron, M. P. (2018). Climate change, internal migration and the future spatial distribution of population: A case study of New Zealand. Population and Environment, 39(3), 239-260. doi:10.1007/s11111-017-0289-8
Cameron, M., Roskruge, M., Droste, N., & Miller, P. (2018). Pre-drinking and the temporal gradient of intoxication in a New Zealand nightlife environment. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 79(1), 119-125. doi:10.15288/jsad.2018.79.119
Cameron, M., & Poot, J. (2018). The estimation and interpretation of coefficients in panel gravity models of migration: Working Paper in Economics (1/18). Hamilton, New Zealand: Waikato Management School.
Irfan, M., Cameron, M., & Hassan, G. (2018). Interventions to mitigate indoor air pollution: A cost-benefit analysis: Working Paper in Economics (14/18). Waikato Management School.
Irfan, M., Cameron, M., & Hassan, G. (2018). The causal impact of solid fuel use on mortality: A cross-country panel analysis: Working Paper in Economics (18/11). Waikato Management School.