Person

Paul Dalziel

Paul Dalziel is Deputy Director of the Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit at Lincoln University and has been Professor of Economics since 2002. His research focuses on economic and social policy, with a particular interest in regional economic development. Paul has produced more than 100 refereed publications, including nine books on New Zealand economic policy (two of which have been translated and published in Japan). He is the co-author with Caroline Saunders of Wellbeing Economics: Future Directions for New Zealand, published in 2014 by Bridget Williams Books.
Discussion paper

Culture, wellbeing, and the Living Standards Framework: a perspective

The purpose of this discussion paper is to analyse culture and wellbeing in the context of the Living Standards Framework (LSF). It provides an integrated analysis of how culture might be embedded in the LSF and the LSF Dashboard. Questions for discussion are included at...
Journal article

Well-being economics and regional science

In this Presidential Address delivered to the 35th ANZRSAI conference, the author recalls his introduction to regional science during his 1981 Masters' studies. He recalls New Zealand's economic reforms (1984- 1994), using Census data to illustrate how central government policies caused considerable hardship in all...
Journal article

Regional development before and after an earthquake: The Canterbury New Zealand experience

The authors were responsible for leading the preparation of the Canterbury Regional Economic Development Strategy (CREDS) in September 2009, twelve months before a series of three devastating earthquakes destroyed large parts of the central business district of the region's largest city, Christchurch. The authors were...
Conference proceedings

Refereed Proceedings of the 35th Australian New Zealand Regional Science Association International

The 35th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International (ANZRSAI) was held at The Brassey in Canberra from 6th to 9th December, 2011. A broad range of papers from academics, policy advisors and practitioners was presented to the conference. This...
Conference paper

Refereed proceedings of the 40th annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International

The 40th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International (ANZRSAI) was held at the RMIT University Melbourne from 5th to 7th December, 2016, co-hosted with the European Union Centre at RMIT and the RMIT Centre for People, Work and Organisation...