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  • Homeownership, social capital and satisfaction with local government

    Roskruge, Matthew James; Grimes, Arthur; McCann, Philip; Poot, Jacques (Sage, 2013)
    Prior studies suggest that homeownership positively impacts on social capital formation. However, many studies find it difficult to control adequately for selection effects in the form of factors, some of which may be ...
  • Selected Econometric Models of Social Capital Formation in New Zealand

    Roskruge, Matthew James (University of Waikato, 2013)
    This thesis examines the factors contributing to the formation of social capital in New Zealand from three distinct angles. Each of these angles concerns a form of geographically referenced investment, either by individuals ...
  • Social capital and regional social infrastructure investment: Evidence from New Zealand

    Roskruge, Matthew James; Grimes, Arthur; McCann, Philip; Poot, Jacques (2010)
    In this paper we link unique data on local social infrastructure expenditure with micro-level individual survey data of self-reported social capital measures of trust and participation in community activities. We use both ...
  • Social capital and regional social infrastructure investment: Evidence from New Zealand

    Roskruge, Matthew James; Grimes, Arthur; McCann, Philip; Poot, Jacques (Sage Publications, 2012)
    In this article, we link unique data on local social infrastructure expenditure with microlevel individual survey data of self-reported social capital measures of trust and participation in community activities. We use ...
  • The value of native bird conservation: A New Zealand case study

    Kaval, Pamela; Roskruge, Matthew James (Department of Economics, University of Waikato, 2009-11)
    During December 2007 and January 2008, telephone surveys were used to randomly sample Waikato, New Zealand residents. The purpose of the surveys was to determine whether respondents valued native bird conservation programmes ...

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