Projects tagged with Policy and Retirement
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Topics: Research, Self-Advocacy, Policy, Public Service, Population Shifts, Communicating, Information & Communications Technology, Innovation
The purpose of this work is to better understand public attitudes to data integration and the willingness of the New Zealand public to share their information directly or indirectly. More specifically, to understand how individuals from different demographic groups might perceive data re-use and integration, reveal any...
Coverage assessment in an administrative census: A progress report on issues and methods reports on preliminary investigation into issues and methods for coverage assessment, if Statistics NZ moves to a Census of Population and Dwellings based primarily on administrative data. The paper...
Evaluating the potential of linked data sources for population estimates: The Integrated Data Infrastructure as an example
Evaluating the potential of linked data sources for population estimates: The Integrated Data Infrastructure as an example is part of the first phase of the longer-term strand of the Census Transformation programme. The paper describes a preliminary investigation into the feasibility of...
This paper outlines potential options for future censuses in New Zealand. These options form the basis for investigative work to assess the feasibility of each option. The emphasis in this paper is on describing administrative census options. This version forms an initial set of working assumptions. The...
Topics: International Research, Monitoring, Research, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Law & Justice, Policy, Migrants, Discrimination
The electoral enrolment of immigrants is important for effective democracy. Electoral rolls also provide useful administrative data on the age, regional distribution, and intercensal movements of the eligible voting population. An understanding of the enrolment patterns of recent immigrants provides information on the political...
This fact sheet uses information collected as part of Statistics New Zealand's Research and Development Survey to analyse trends in the source of university external research income (ERI) between 2000 and 2009.
The social and population statistics architecture provides a high-level view of the primary data sources and the ways in which they are combined to meet information needs in the future. Information needs will change over time, and we can expect continued demand for more detailed, complex, and comprehensive data. These demands...
Social and population statistics provide important information about the progress of our society. They are essential for government planning and expenditure decisions. Authoritative and trusted statistics on the size, structure, and location of the population, households, and families will continue to be...
Statistics New Zealand’s household surveys are currently run mainly as stand-alone surveys. This paper proposes an approach where household survey content is integrated into three survey vehicles. An integrated approach to conducting household surveys creates potential to reduce costs in the overall end-to-end...
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