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  • Thornton, Kate; Wansbrough, Deborah; Clarkin-Phillips, Jeanette; Aitken, Helen; Tamati, Aroaro (The New Zealand Teachers Council, 2009)
    The New Zealand Teachers Council Te Pouherenga Kaiako o Aotearoa is pleased to publish this occasional paper focused on leadership in early childhood education in Aotearoa New Zealand. The project that led to this publication ...
  • Smith, Ron C. (2005)
    New Zealand Army Private, Leonard Manning, was killed in an ambush in East Timor in July 2000. The circumstances of his killing and the military context in which it occurred, raised many questions at the time and many of ...
  • van der Pas, Suzan; Poot, Jacques (2011)
    This paper explores the dynamics of Dutch community change in New Zealand since 1950. The Netherlands has been the largest source country of migrants from continental Europe to New Zealand, but by 2006 40 percent of the ...
  • Hodgson, Rob; Poot, Jacques (Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration, 2011)
    This paper brings together the key research findings of some 20 projects conducted in New Zealand on the economic impacts of immigration from 2005 to 2010. Besides providing a synthesis of this research, knowledge gaps ...
  • Smith, Ron C. (New Zealand Centre for Political Research, 2008)
    New Zealand universities spend a great deal of time and money evaluating the research outputs of their staff in the cause of Performance Based Research Funding (PBRF). This time and money is wasted since the assumptions ...
  • Pool, Ian; Baxendine, Sandra; Cheung, Jit; Coombs, Ngaire; Jackson, Gary; Dharmalingam, Arunachalam; Katzenellenbogen, Judith M.; Sceats, Janet E.; Cooper, Jenine (Population Studies Centre, University of Waikato, 2009)
    An analysis of the "nation's health" is the central concern of this study. Its genesis was a detailed, technical, time-series research on regional and ethnic differentials in health in New Zealand. But as this work progressed ...