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Natalie Jackson


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Journal article

15 Jun 2017

Since its original formulation in the 1940s (Davis 1945; Notestein 1945), the phenomenon known as ‘the global demographic transition’ has been used to understand the trend of structural population ageing, and with it, the slowing and ultimately the ending of population growth – now anticipated...

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Journal article

15 Jun 2017

This article summarises key findings from the strand of the Tai Timu Tangata. Taihoa e? project that examined the mechanisms of subnational population change in New Zealand for 143 towns, 132 rural centres and 66 territorial authority areas (hereafter TAs), for the 37-year period 1976-...

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Research report

11 May 2016

This report looks at the reasons for creating the unitary Auckland Council, and asks whether it has solved the problems of the old local government structure. The report notes mixed results, with one key goal being met while the other has not. Five years on, the new design is still very much a...

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22 Jul 2009

A handful of studies on the retirement intentions of Australia's baby boomers have each come to a similar conclusion: most boomers are open to the idea of later retirement. But these intentions are by no means evenly distributed through the population, according to this study. 

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