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Nga Tangata Oho Mairangi (NTOM) is a research project led by teams from Massey University and the University of Waikato and is funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
New Zealand is experiencing significant demographic and economic changes which will alter the shape and nature of communities in New Zealand and will have an impact on economic development. This research project provides a detailed model of the nature of these changes at the regional level over the period 1986 to 2013 and will provide projections out to 2036.
The research team contains expertise on quantitative analyses of demographic and economic interactions, as well as qualitative and evaluation methodologies concerning policy, identity and mobility.
NTOM team member, Professor Jacques Poot, wrote an article for the Asia NZ Foundation - "The migration rollercoaster and house prices". Follow the link to view this article.
NTOM team member, Professor Jacques Poot, was interviewed by TV3 about the relationship between migration and housing prices. Follow the link to view the interview:
On-line registrations for the Centre for Asian and Ethnic Minority Health Research (CAHRE) National Symposium are now open. The event will be held on 4 July 2014 at the University of Auckland. For further information and to register, please follow the link: http://www.fmhs.auckland.ac.nz/en/soph/about/our-departments/social-and-community-health/our-research/cahre/events/national-symposium.html. The organisers note that it is not too late to submit an abstract should you wish to present at the event.
Professor Jacques Poot has been awarded a Fellow-in-Residence position at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences, September 2014 – January 2015. The topic of his research will be: “International Circulation of Population: A Dynamic Networks Perspective”.
In August 2013, Professor Jacques Poot won the NZIER Economics Award. This award is New Zealand’s leading prize in economics and is awarded to an economist for sustained research excellence in work that makes a significant contribution to informing public policy in New Zealand.
Follow the link to read the latest online publication written by Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley
Follow the link to read the latest report from Massey University-based NTOM researchers. The report was commissioned by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. Yuan Cain and Spoonley 2014.pdf (2,024 KB)
Follow the link to read the latest report from Massey University-based NTOM researchers. The report was commissioned by the Inland Revenue Department. Yuan, Cain and Spoonley 2013.pdf
The annual Pathways conference, co-hosted by the Nga Tangata Oho Mairangi research team and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, took place in Wellington last month. Find out more..
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Last updated on Monday 22 August 2016