Research Publications for Michael P Cameron

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  • Maris, R., & Cameron, M. (2022). The price of pet ownership: Reduced labour mobility?: Working Paper in Economics (3/22). Waikato Management School.

  • Cameron, M. P., Miller, P. G., & Roskruge, M. (2022). Pre-drinking behaviour of people in the night-time economy: Evidence from a street-intercept survey in New Zealand. Drug and Alcohol Review, 41(4), 787-794. doi:10.1111/dar.13447

  • Cameron, M. (2022). The measurement of structural ageing – An axiomatic approach: Working Paper in Economics (4/22). Waikato Management School.

  • Cameron, M. (2022). Zipf’s Law and #econtwitter: Working Paper in Economics (8/22). Waikato Management School.

  • Cameron, M. (2022). Zipf's Law across social media: Working Paper in Economics (7/22). Waikato Management School.

  • Hokowhitu, B., Oetzel, J., Jackson, A. M., Simpson, M., Ruru, S., Cameron, M., . . . Warbrick, I. (2022). Mana motuhake, indigenous biopolitics and health. AlterNative, 18(1), 104-113. doi:10.1177/11771801221088448

  • Cameron, M. P., Miller, P. G., & Roskruge, M. (2022). Side-loading prevalence and intoxication in the night-time economy. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 15. doi:10.1016/j.abrep.2021.100403

  • Tucker, S., & Cameron, M. (2021). Consumer Decision-Making Under Complexity. University of Waikato.

  • Cameron, M., & Cochrane, W. (2021). 2018-base SA2-level Population, Family and Household, and Labour Force Projections for the Waikato Region, 2018-2068. University of Waikato.

  • Cameron, M., & Cochrane, W. (2021). 2018-base Population, Family and Household, and Labour Force projections for the Waikato Region, 2018-2068.


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