Browsing by Author "Rarere, Moana"

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  • Iwi sex ratios in the New Zealand population census: Why are women so dominant?

    Kukutai, Tahu; Rarere, Moana (Population Association of New Zealand, 2017)
    Recent census-based studies of iwi (tribal) population growth have revealed a high degree of volatility that cannot be explained by demographic factors alone. Although focused on a small number of iwi, these studies have ...
  • The shift from the third way to neo-liberalism: An analysis of the 2010 amendments to the LGA

    Piercy, Gemma Louise; Mackness, Kate; Rarere, Moana; Madley, Brendan (2015)
    • The New Zealand Third Way context • The 2002 Local Government Act (LGA)Case study: OhiwaHarbour Strategy • 2010 and 2012 Amendments to the LGACase study: Social housing • Conclusion
  • Te ao hurihuri : iwi identification in the census

    Kukutai, Tahu; Rarere, Moana (National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis (NIDEA), 2015)
    As the flagship of official statistics, the national population census is an important forum for the recognition of indigenous peoples in their homelands and territories (United Nations, 2008). While most governments ...
  • Te Ao Hurihuri population: Past, present & future

    Kukutai, Tahu; Rarere, Moana (National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis (NIDEA), 2014-07)
    The NIDEA Te Ao Hurihuri series uses data from the New Zealand Census of Population and Dwellings to examine key aspects of Maori population change.
  • Te Pae Mahutonga and the measurement of community capital in regional Aotearoa New Zealand

    Ryks, John; Kilgour, Jonathan T.; Whitehead, Jesse; Rarere, Moana (New Zealand Demographic Society, 2018)
    Regionally, iwi and hapū have limited influence over structural changes such as population decline, proximity to labour markets and ageing, and to some extent economic cycles. However, there is still considerable value in ...