Browsing by Author "Dharmalingam, Arunachalam"

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  • High performance workplaces and skill development: Updating the map of the territory

    Cochrane, William; Dharmalingam, Arunachalam; Harris, Paul; Law, Michael; Piercy, Gemma Louise (The Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ), 2006)
    The impact of High Performance Workplace Systems (HPWS) on workers and unions is a contentious area for debate in the fields of industrial relations and social science in general. Proponents of HPWS claim that one of the ...
  • The New Zealand population: A synopsis of trends and projections 1991 - 2016

    Baxendine, Sandra; Cochrane, William; Dharmalingam, Arunachalam; Hillcoat-Nallétamby, Sarah; Poot, Jacques (University of Waikato, Population Studies Centre, 2005-05)
    Although there are many excellent documents and online resources available on New Zealand population trends, it is useful to highlight some key trends in one short document. This paper provides a synopsis of trends with ...
  • Restructuring and hospital care: Sub-national trends, differentials, and their impacts; New Zealand from 1981

    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 ...
  • Solidarity across generations in New Zealand: Factors influencing parental support for children within a three-generational context

    Hillcoat-Nallétamby, Sarah; Dharmalingam, Arunachalam (University of Waikato, Population Studies Centre, 2004-10)
    Interest in ascertaining the nature and extent of intergenerational exchanges between those in mid-life, and members of their kinship network has arisen because demographic, social and policy changes have brought into ...

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  • A nested random effects model analysis of child survival in Malawi

    Manda, Samuel Osmond Makandi (The University of Waikato, 1998)
    This thesis investigates child survival in Malawi using a modified Cox proportional hazards model which includes family and community random effects in addition to the fixed effect of the covariates. The parameters of the ...
  • Mortality, morbidity and population health dynamics

    Cheung, Jit (The University of Waikato, 1999)
    This thesis is concerned with the dynamics of the health of populations with low levels of mortality, using the non-Maori population in New Zealand as a case study. The primary objective is to study patterns and trends in ...
  • Population, human capital and development in the Maldives

    Niyaaz, Hussain (The University of Waikato, 2000)
    The relationship between population and development has drawn the attention of economists and demographers for a long time. While academic interest has focused on population and development problems of small island countries, ...
  • Women’s empowerment, spousal communication and reproductive decision-making in Malawi

    Kavinya-Chimbiri, Agnes Mary (The University of Waikato, 2002)
    This study is focused on the relationship between women’s power, spousal interactions and reproductive decision-making. It examines the nature of Reproductive Decision-Making Processes (RDMP) and the effect of spousal ...
  • Social Change and Reproductive Behaviour in Rural Bangladesh, 1983-1996

    Nahar, Luftan (The University of Waikato, 2003)
    Recent changes in the reproductive behaviour of women m the rural areas of Bangladesh have occurred at a time when the country has been and still 1s predominantly agricultural and socio-economic conditions poor. Attempts ...