Housing, health, and the well-being of children
This report uses Growing Up in New Zealand (GUiNZ) data from 2010/11 to investigate the relationship between indoor damp, mould, cold, and household crowding and the health outcomes of young children exposed to those conditions in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The drivers of mothers’ parental leave decisions: evidence from the Growing Up in New Zealand longitudinal survey
In this paper, the authors compare mothers’ preferred leave, anticipated leave, and realised leave to shed light on how well different types of mothers are able to predict the parental leave they will take, and the factors that drive them to deviate from their plans.
Involuntary job loss: welfare effects, earnings impacts and policy options
In this paper, the authors explain how displacement harms workers’ mental health and economic security in the short term and negatively affects their earnings and mortality risk in the long term.