Author Archives: Tze Ming Mok

This wide-ranging issue features analysis of the Prime Minister’s comments on ‘having more babies’, new methods for diversity projections, and modelling migrant inequality using the IDI. Three articles have clear policy

After a long Covid hiatus, the PANZ newsletter is back with a March 2024 issue featuring the latest Census release and post-enumeration survey updates, & a roundup of NZPopCon 2023. 

Tori Diamond is awarded the PANZ Newell Prize by PANZ President Rosemary Goodyear. A young woman with sandy wavy hair, black top and a blue skirt smiles as a woman in a red jacket holding a microphone turns towards her.

Awarded at NZPopCon last year, the 2023 winner of the PANZ Newell Award for best student poster was Tori Diamond for her poster ‘Measuring Indigenous outcomes and inequality – Is a

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Download every presentation from NZPopCon 2023: Population futures in an uncertain world: The changing faces of Aotearoa New Zealand, held 29 and 30 August 2023. Click on a session title to a download a zip file

A pile of 2023 NZPopCon programmes fanned out on a table

The conference programme was packed with more than 80 presentations, four keynotes and two special panel sessions. Download the programme here,  read more about our speakers here, and see the full

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Details on the 2023 NZPopCon keynote speakers and special panellists are below. Click here for the full programme and here for the presentation archive.  Keynote SPEAKERS Ganesh Nana is the


NZPR Vol 48 includes the Jacoby Prize-winning paper that looks at whether we are managing to arrive at a common understanding of homelessness in Aotearoa New Zealand. In this issue,

Parliament and the Beehive in Wellington

In an article circulated to PANZ members on 13 June 2022, former Government Statistician Len Cook raised fundamental questions about the Data and Statistics Bill presented to Parliament by the

Opening Keynote 2019 Conference: James Renwick on climate change

The 2022 New Zealand Population Conference – Population beyond the pandemic: Demographic trends, health, wellbeing and inequalities, has now been cancelled. The PANZ Council has made the difficult decision to

State Housing, Dixon St Flats, Wellington 1940

The 2021 special issue of the NZ Population Review released today may be considered something of a bible in the years to come by anyone serious about housing issues in