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Provides an evaluation of privacy and other risks associated with integrating data in this official New Zealand project
This report quantifies in dollar terms the benefits to New Zealand gained through the use of census and population statistics information.
The conclusion is clear: despite significant difficulties in developing a rigorous quantification, it is reasonable to conclude that the census delivers benefits well...
Abstract: The only publicly-available information on the geographical distribution of crime in New Zealand is offence statistics for police administrative units. We investigate whether existing data can be used to construct geographical crime statistics that correspond to regional councils, territorial authorities, and urban areas....
The review identified options for addressing critical statistical data needs for a social investment approach, taking account of the impact and outcomes of crime. The Ministry of Justice wishes to ensure that the right information is available in a timely and efficient way – to...
As this report highlights, the 2018 Census represented a significant change from its predecessor in 2013. This change was consistent with international developments and the public-sector focus on digital services, and aligned with Statistics NZ’s long-term census transformation strategy.
Looks at the number and structure of jobless households in New Zealand, and examines some of the characteristics of the individuals living in these households.