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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