Research Publications for Omoniyi B (Niyi) Alimi

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  • Alimi, O., Mare, D., & Poot, J. (2022). Immigration, skills and changing urban income inequality in New Zealand. Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 25(1), 81-109.

  • Alimi, O., Mare, D., & Poot, J. (2022). International migration and income distribution in New Zealand metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas. New Zealand Economic Papers, online, 25 pages. doi:10.1080/00779954.2022.2091469

  • Cochrane, W., Cameron, M., & Alimi, O. (Eds.) (2021). Labor Markets, Migration, and Mobility Essays in Honor of Jacques Poot. Springer.

  • Alimi, O. B., Maré, D. C., & Poot, J. (2021). Who partners up? Homogamy and income inequality in New Zealand cities. Journal of Regional Science, online, 23 pages. doi:10.1111/jors.12558

  • Alimi, O., & Gibson, J. (2021). Self-reported fever may be a poor proxy for the prevalence of Malaria: Evidence from Nigeria and Tanzania on the effect of deforestation on measured Malaria. Poster session presented at the meeting of International Health Economics Association (IHEA) 2021 Congress. Virtual.

  • Gibson, J., & Alimi, O. (2020). Measuring poverty with noisy and corrected estimates of annual consumption: Evidence from Nigeria. African Development Review, 32(1), 96-107. doi:10.1111/1467-8268.12417

  • Alimi, O. (2019). Inequality within and between New Zealand Urban Areas. (PhD Thesis, University of Waikato).

  • Alimi, O., Mar, D. C., & Poot, J. (2018). International migration and the distribution of income in New Zealand metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas: IZA Discussion Papers (IZA DP No. 11959). IZA - Institute of Labor Economics. Retrieved from https://www.iza.org/

  • Alimi, O., Mare, D., & Poot, J. (2018). More pensioners, less income inequality? The impact of changing age composition on inequality in big cities and elsewhere. New Zealand Population Review, 44, 49-84.

  • Alimi, O. B., Maré, D. C., & Poot, J. (2018). More pensioners, less income inequality? The impact of changing age composition on inequality in big cities and elsewhere. In R. R. Stough, K. Kourtit, P. Nijkamp, & U. Blien (Eds.), Modelling Aging and Migration Effects on Spatial Labor Markets (pp. 133-159). Springer, Cham. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-68563-2_8


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