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Sep 2008
Completed
This paper examines the impact of job loss due to firm closure on workers’ employment and earnings. It uses data from Statistics New Zealand’s Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED). LEED is an administrative dataset in which the death of a firm identifier does not always represent a complete firm closure. After selecting all...

Aug 2009
Completed
This paper examines the impact of job loss due to firm closure on workers’ employment, earnings, and benefit receipt. It uses data from Statistics New Zealand’s Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED). LEED is an administrative dataset in which the exit of a firm identifier does not always represent a complete firm closure. After...

Jul 2005
Completed
New Zealand has a comprehensive accident insurance system that pays much of the direct cost of accidental injuries, and compensates workers 80 percent of their earnings for any time post-injury that they are unable to work. Statistics New Zealand’s Linked Employer-Employee Database (LEED) contains monthly information on benefit...

2011
Completed
In this paper, unit record survey data from the 1997–2009 New Zealand Income Survey (NZIS) is used to examine: how labour market outcomes and returns to human capital vary in the immigrant and non–immigration populations in New Zealand whether these returns vary over time and...