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International migration in New Zealand: Context, components and policy issues

Abstract
This paper explores Aotearoa/New Zealand’s distinctive heritage as both a ‘traditional land of immigration’ as well as a ‘country of emigration’, with particular reference to contemporary policy issues and research initiatives. An underlying theme of the argument is the need for an approach which takes account of all types of movement into and out of the country when researching immigration, both as a process and as a policy domain.
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Working Paper
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Population Studies Centre (PSC) Discussion Papers
Citation
Bedford, R., Ho, E. & Lidgard, J. (2000). International migration in New Zealand: Context, components and policy issues.. (Population Studies Centre Discussion Paper No.37). Hamilton, New Zealand: University of Waikato, Population Studies Centre.
Date
2000-10
Publisher
University of Waikato, Population Studies Centre
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