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Spatial Impacts of Endogenously Determined Infrastructure Investment

This is a chapter in a book: Socioeconomic Environmental Policies and Evaluations in Regional Science: Essays in Honor of Yoshiro Higano. The chapter is paywalled.

Urban influence and population change in New Zealand

While the NZ population overall continues to grow, a large proportion of towns and communities in rural or peripheral areas exhibit near-certain stagnation (Cameron infra) or decline in their populations (Jack & Brabyn infra). This...

Eighty years of urban development in New Zealand: impacts of economic and natural factors

We analyse impacts of economic and other factors on long-run urban growth in New Zealand. Growing cities must have preferred attributes (such as natural characteristics, social amenities and transport infrastructures) relative to other cities. We...

Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough Housing: Urban Residential Land Use and Land Supply 1990-2005

Produced for the Centre for Housing Research Aotearoa New Zealand, Department of Building and Housing AND Housing New Zealand Corporation
"This report is the second in a series of reports within the research programme: Affordable Housing...

A New Zealand Regional Housing Model

The New Zealand Regional Housing Model (NZRHM) includes estimated equations for four key housing market variables: house prices, housing supply (new dwelling consents), residential vacant land (lot) prices, and average rents. Long run (cointegration) relationships...

Price, Quality, and International Agricultural Trade

The average value of a particular class of agricultural exports varies widely across different destinations. This raises the question: in the event of a supply shock, such as the implementation of the Emissions Trading Scheme,...

The Long-Run Impact of New Zealand’s Structural Reform on Local Communities

New Zealand underwent a period of comprehensive market-oriented economic reforms from 1984 to 1993. In this paper, we use data from the 1986, 1991, 1996 and 2001 New Zealand census to examine the long-run impact...

Defining Areas and Linking Geographical Data: An Example from New Zealand

This paper develops a match quality statistic to aid researchers in linking regional data that are available at inconsistent levels of aggregation. The match quality statistic developed in the paper allows researchers to make their...

The Long-Run Impact of New Zealand’s Structural Reform on Local Communities

New Zealand underwent a period of comprehensive market-oriented economic reforms from 1984-93.
In this paper, we use data from the 1986, 1991, 1996 and 2001 Censuses to examine the long-run impact that these reforms had on...

Defining Areas: Linking Geographic Data in New Zealand

This paper develops a match quality statistic to quantify the trade-off between ‘specificity’ and ‘completeness’ when aggregating one regional aggregation to another. We apply this statistic to calculate the degree of mismatch between various regional aggregations for New...

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