Browsing by Author "Bedford, Richard"

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  • Asian Transnational Families in New Zealand: Dynamics and Challenges

    Ho, Elsie; Bedford, Richard (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2008)
    Since the 1990s, Asia has emerged as the major contributor of migration flows into New Zealand. Settler migration, tourism, international business and more recently, international education make up the diverse flows of ...
  • Book review: ‘… when the long trick's over’: Donald Kennedy in the Pacific . By Mike Butcher

    Bedford, Richard (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
    This article reviews the book ‘. . . when the long trick’s over’: Donald Kennedy in the Pacific. By Mike Butcher. Bendigo.
  • Changing sex ratios in New Zealand: Real change or a statistical problem?

    Callister, Paul; Didham, Robert; Bedford, Richard (Population Association of New Zealand, 2006)
    In New Zealand, in all age groups under 20, and in key working age groups, historically there have been more men than women. Life table data suggest that, without migration, the number of males should remain greater than ...
  • Demographic change and employment in the Central North Island, 1986-1996

    Bedford, Richard; Lidgard, Jacqueline; Mclaughlin, Bridget; Newell, James (University of Waikato, Population Studies Centre, 2001-04)
    This paper examines some dimensions of demographic and economic change in a region which is generally considered to be one of the most productive and affluent parts of New Zealand’s “heartland”. The paper highlights ...
  • Final report of the 2018 Census External Data Quality Panel

    Bedford, Richard; Reid, Alison; Milne, Barry; Cormack, Donna; Cope, Ian; Cook, Len; Kukutai, Tahu; Lumley, Thomas (Stats NZ, 2020)
    At the time this report was submitted for publication in January 2020, Stats NZ was finalizing its release schedule for census products that allow users to produce their own tabulations and statistical analyses using census ...

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