- Employers’ Role and Influence in Migration: A literature review
This report provides an overview of the literature and research on the employers’ role and influence in the employment of migrant workers (including refugees and asylum seekers, high and low-skilled workers, and permanent and temporary workers). It is intended to support discussions and forums between IGC (Intergovernmental Consultations on Migration, Asylum and Refugees) Participating States during 2012-2013, and to stimulate ongoing policy debate and research. The IGC is an informal, non-decision-making forum for intergovernmental information exchange and policy debate on issues of relevance to the management of international migratory flows.
- Who are New Zealand’s doctors? Gender, migration and changing living arrangements
Internationally there is a growing demand for health services. Skilled health workers, including doctors, have a high degree of international mobility and New Zealand stands out internationally in terms of the high flows of doctors in and out of the country.
Where Should I Live? The Locational Choices of Australians and New Zealanders
This paper exploits the existence of the trans-Tasman travel agreement and the availability of comparable census data in Australia and New Zealand to examine the extent to which individuals respond to different labour market conditions in the two countries (and their subregions), as well as measures of local amenities and cost of living when deciding where to live.