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22_14: Evaluation of the Warmer Kiwis Homes Programme: Full Report including Cost Benefit Analysis Downloads
Caroline Fyfe, Arthur Grimes, Shannon Minehan and Phoebe Taptiklis
22_13: Evaluation of the Warmer Kiwis Homes Programme: Summary Report including Cost Benefit Analysis Downloads
Caroline Fyfe, Arthur Grimes, Shannon Minehan and Phoebe Taptiklis
22_12: Modelling private land-use decisions affecting forest cover: the effect of land tenure and environmental policy Downloads
Levente Timar
22_11: Valuing forest ecosystem services in New Zealand Downloads
Hannah Kotula
22_10: Gendered parenting and the intergenerational transmission of gendered stereotypes: Evidence from the Growing Up in New Zealand survey Downloads
Livvy Mitchell, Isabelle Sin, Maanaima Soa-Lafoai and Colleen Ward
22_09: The impact of the 2018 Families Package Winter Energy Payment policy Downloads
Dean Hyslop, Lynn Riggs and David Maré
22_08: Carbon Policy Design and Distributional Impacts: What does the research tell us? Downloads
Lynn Riggs
22_07: How does persecution affect who migrates? We analyze migrants’ self-selection out of the USSR and its satellite states before and after the collapse of Communism using census microdata from the three largest destination countries: Germany, Israel, and the United States. We find that migrants arriving before and around the time of the collapse (who were more likely to have moved because of persecution) were more educated and had better labor market outcomes in the destination than those arriving later. This change is not fully explained by the removal of emigration restrictions in the Communist Bloc. Instead, we show that this pattern is consistent with more positive self-selection of migrants who are motivated by persecution. When the highly educated disproportionately forgo migrating to enjoy the amenities of their home country, persecution can induce them to leave Downloads
Ran Abramitzky, Travis Baseler and Isabelle Sin
22_06: Estimating the impact of the Families Package changes in financial incentives Downloads
Lynn Riggs, Dean Hyslop and David Maré
22_05: Effective pathways through education to good labour market outcomes for M?ori: Literature summary Downloads
Isabelle Sin, Shannon Minehan and Nicholas Watson
22_04: Accounting for social difference when measuring cultural diversity Downloads
David Maré and Jacques Poot
22_03: Who benefits from firm success? Heterogeneous rent-sharing in New Zealand Downloads
Corey Allan and David Maré
22_02: Warmer Kiwis Study: Interim Report. An impact evaluation of the Warmer Kiwi Homes programme Downloads
Caroline Fyfe, Arthur Grimes, Shannon Minehan and Phoebe Taptiklis
22_01: The impact of the 2018 Families Package Accommodation Supplement area changes on housing outcomes Downloads
Dean Hyslop and David Maré
21_16: How climate affects agricultural land values in Aotearoa New Zealand Downloads
Farnaz Pourzand and Kendom Bell
21_15: Do workers share in firm success? Pass-through estimates for New Zealand Downloads
Corey Allan and David Maré
21_14: Methodology for Modelling Distributional Impacts of Emissions Budgets on Employment in New Zealand Downloads
Lynn Riggs and Livvy Mitchell
21_13: Future Options for Industrial Free Allocation in the NZ ETS Downloads
Benjamin Rontard and Catherine Leining
21_12: Monitoring the enjoyment of the rights to adequate housing and health care and protection in Aotearoa New Zealand Downloads
Livvy Mitchell, Paddy Baylis and Susan Randolph
21_11: Finding the Gaps: Finding the Gaps: Monitoring Economic and Social Rights in the Pacific Downloads
Susan Randolph and Shaan Badenhorst
21_10: Monitoring Economic and Social Rights in the Pacific Downloads
Susan Randolph and Shaan Badenhorst
21_09: Understanding the Origins of Populist Political Parties and the Role of External Shocks Downloads
Eugenio Levi, Isabelle Sin and Steven Stillman
21_08: The Drivers of Mothers’ Parental Leave Decisions: Evidence from the Growing Up in New Zealand longitudinal survey Downloads
Shakked Noy and Isabelle Sin
21_07: Predicted Distributional Impacts of Climate Change Policy on Employment Downloads
Lynn Riggs and Livvy Mitchell
21_06: Involuntary job loss: Welfare effects, earnings impacts, and policy options Downloads
Isabelle Sin, Dean Hyslop, David Maré and Shakked Noy
21_05: Of interest? Estimating the average interest rate on debt across firms and over time Downloads
Richard Fabling
21_04: Permanent forest investment in a climate of uncertainty Downloads
Arthur Grimes and Sandra Cortés Acosta
21_03: Minimum Wages in New Zealand: Policy and practice in the 21st century Downloads
David Maré and Dean Hyslop
21_02: Covid-19 wage subsidy support and effects Downloads
David Maré and Dean Hyslop
21_01: Living on the edge: An anatomy of New Zealand’s most productive firms Downloads
Richard Fabling
20_14: A Growing Problem: Exploring Livestock Farm Resilience to Droughts in Unit Record Data Downloads
Levente Timar and Eyal Apatov
20_13: Challenges and opportunities with native forestry on M?ori land Downloads
Pia Pohatu, Sophie O’Brien and Leo Mercer
20_12: Research Funding and Collaboration Downloads
Benjamin Davies, Jason Gush, Shaun C. Hendy and Adam Jaffe
20_11: Decision trees: Forestry in the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme post-2020 Downloads
Sandra Cortés Acosta, Arthur Grimes and Catherine Leining
20_09: The Relationship between Subjective Wellbeing and Subjective Wellbeing Inequality: Taking Ordinality and Skewness Seriously Downloads
Arthur Grimes, Stephen Jenkins and Florencia Tranquilli
20_08: Delineating functional labour market areas with estimable classification stabilities Downloads
Benjamin Davies and David Maré
20_07: Modelling urban development in New Zealand Downloads
Stuart Donovan, Arthur Grimes and David Maré
20_06: How does Monetary Policy affect welfare? Downloads
Lina El-Jahel, Robert MacCulloch and Hamed Shafiee
20_05: Measuring commute patterns over time: Using administrative data to identify where employees live and work Downloads
Richard Fabling and David Maré
20_04: Hometown whanau or big city millennials? The economic geography of graduate destination choices in New Zealand Downloads
Arthur Grimes, Shaan Badenhorst, David Maré and Jacques Poot
20_02: Projecting the effect of climate change-induced increases in extreme rainfall on residential property damages: A case study from New Zealand Downloads
Jacob Pastor-Paz, Ilan Noy, Isabelle Sin, Abha Sood, David Fleming-Munoz and Sally Owen
20_01: Why are there more accidents on Mondays? Economic incentives, ergonomics or externalities Downloads
Michelle Poland, Isabelle Sin and Steven Stillman
19_23: Ultra-fast broadband, skill complementarities, gender and wages Downloads
Richard Fabling and Arthur Grimes
19_22: Occupational drift in New Zealand: 1976-2018 Downloads
David Maré
19_21: Is the pay of medical specialists in New Zealand gender biased? Downloads
Isabelle Sin and Bronwyn Bruce-Brand
19_20: Commuting to diversity Downloads
David Maré and Jacques Poot
19_19: EQC and extreme weather events (part 2): Measuring the impact of insurance on New Zealand landslip, storm and flood recovery using nightlights Downloads
Sally Owen, Ilan Noy, Jacob Pástor-Paz and David Fleming
19_18: Measuring the “gig” economy: Challenges and options Downloads
Lynn Riggs, Isabelle Sin and Dean Hyslop
19_17: Digital inclusion and wellbeing in New Zealand Downloads
Arthur Grimes and Dominic White
19_16: Competition and productivity: Do commonly used metrics suggest a relationship? Downloads
David Maré and Richard Fabling
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