Search by topic:
Motu’s research frequently relates to international contexts. The publications in this section are drawn from a range of projects.
Motu’s current and recent international research focus includes:
Dave Maré |
In this paper we introduce a measure of cultural diversity that takes ‘social difference’ between country of birth and ethnic groups into account.
We measure social difference using exploratory factor analysis of subjective identity, attitude…
Arthur Grimes |
Jacques Poot |
Valente J Matlaba
Using data spanning 70 years (1939–2008), we examine whether Kubitschek’s planned creation of Brasília and its associated highway network had its intended effect of spreading development from Brazil’s coast to its interior. Specifically, we test whether the…
Hugh McDonald |
Although much work has been done analysing the possible causes of the New Zealand-Australian income gap, to date there has been little analysis of the extent to which this gap differs by gender and age.
This paper focuses on migration between Australia and New Zealand, which has exhibited a strong, but cyclical, net movement towards Australia since the late 1960s. A long-term historical perspective is taken. Trans-Tasman migration is also…
Level 1, 97 Cuba Street, PO Box 24390
Wellington 6142, New Zealand
Phone: 64 4 939 4250