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New Zealand regions, 1986-2001: Population geography

Abstract
This paper is primarily concerned with the spatial aspects of population, namely with: (i) patterns of settlement (urban, rural) and attendant population size variations by region, (ii) changes over time between rural and urban areas at a Regional Council level, (iii) and between regions in New Zealand. It is important to look at this because many trends in human capital, social equity, families and health that are seen at a regional level may be gaps between more urbanised and more isolated areas. There are, in fact, significant differences in levels of urbanisation between regions and these have major implications for policy.
Type
Working Paper
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Series
Population Studies Centre (PSC) Discussion Papers
Citation
Pool, I., Baxendine, S., Cochrane, W. & Lindop, J. (2005). New Zealand regions, 1986-2001: Population geography. (Population Studies Centre Discussion Paper No.54). Hamilton, New Zealand: University of Waikato, Population Studies Centre.
Date
2005-10
Publisher
University of Waikato, Population Studies Centre
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