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This paper explores whether migration is followed by a change in subjective wellbeing (SWB), and how this experience differs by individuals of different gender and relationship-status.
Age, gender, patience.
Which people move and trade
Wellbeing for wages?
Students with access to fibre broadband learn more, thousands benefit.
If you want fibre internet to make your firm more productive you’ll need other investment too.
UFB alone is not the path to success. Organise, you must.
This paper finds that a consumption measure out-performs income in predicting subjective wellbeing.
This report examines the relationship between the presence of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and local growth, using a sample of fifty-seven New Zealand Territorial Local Authorities (TLAs)...
The 2010/2011 Canterbury earthquakes caused major upheaval to the people of the region. The second major quake killed 185 people, forced many from their homes, and closed Christchurch’s central...
Striking differences in economic outcomes exist within New Zealand for Māori relative to the non-Māori population. This paper analyses whether certain beliefs and values differ systematically...
This paper proposes a framework for how houses could be developed, with a focus on how regulatory policies and practices affect decision making. The authors surveyed property developers in...