Research Publications for Peggy G Koopman-Boyden
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Cameron, M. P., Koopman-Boyden, P., & Roskruge, M. (2015). Labour force participation, human capital and wellbeing among older New Zealanders. In Human Capital and Aging Workshop. Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, USA.
Cameron, M., Koopman-Boyden, P., & Roskruge, M. (2015). Labour force participation, human capital and wellbeing among older New Zealanders (15/07). Waikato Management School.
Koopman-Boyden, P. G. (2015). [Keynote] Making active ageing a reality. In AgeWISE Seminar, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Koopman-Boyden, P. G., & Moosa, S. (2014). Living alone as a lifestyle among older people in New Zealand. In New Zealand Association of Gerontology Conference: The Age of Ageing. Conference held at University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Koopman-Boyden, P. G., & Moosa, S. (2014). Living alone as a life style of older people in New Zealand and the policy implications. Policy Quarterly: Special Issue on Ageing Population, 10(3), 54-59. Retrieved from http://igps.victoria.ac.nz/publications/files/22a24261819.pdf
Koopman-Boyden, P., & Richardson, M. (2012). An evaluation of mixed methods (diaries and focus groups) when working with older people. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 16(5), 389-401. doi:10.1080/13645579.2012.716971
Koopman-Boyden, P. G., & Barrett, P. (2011). Do we have enough unpaid carers? Planning for a more caring society. In AgeWISE Seminar, Hamilton, New Zealand (pp. 13 pages). Retrieved from http://www.waikatodhb.govt.nz/
Koopman-Boyden, P. (2011). Older New Zealanders. In Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand (pp. 1-5). http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/older-people: Ministry for Culture and Heritage, Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/older-people
Koopman-Boyden, P., & Barrett, P. (2011). Options for responding to the projected shortfall of carers in an ageing society. In Population Association of New Zealand Conference (PANZ). Conference held at Auckland, New Zealand.
Koopman-Boyden, P. (2010). Education - 40-64 year-old New Zealanders. In C. Waldegrave, & P. Koopman-Boyden (Eds.), Midlife New Zealanders Aged 40-64 in 2008: Enhancing Wellbeing in an Ageing Society (pp. 37-56). Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit and Population Studies Centre.