Presentations

Our institute members are very active in sharing their research findings and outputs. Find a selection of our presentations below.

2020

APPAM 42nd Annual Fall Research Conference - 11 November 2020

AUT School of Economics Seminar - 6 November 2020

The University of Wollongong Presentation - 6 November 2020

AUT School of Economics Seminar - 4 September 2020

AUT School of Economics Seminar - 28 August 2020

Future Workforce

AAPAM 2020 International conference (Toronto) - 24 July 2020

NZWRI Seminar Series (AUT) - 23 July 2020

EALE/SOLE/AASLE World Conference 2020 – 26 June 2020

Humankind's future of work panel discussion: flexible working – 23 June 2020

SOEP Brown-Bag Seminar – 12 June 2020

NZWRI Seminar Series (AUT) - 21 May 2020

What makes a successful HRC application? - 16 April 2020

1st Virtual Workshop on Applied Microeconomics - 16 April 2020

NZWRI Seminar Series (AUT) - 18 March 2020

Economics Department Research Seminar (University of Otago) – 6 March 2020

Australian Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety – 21 February 2020

Australian Gender Economics Workshop (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane) - 5 February 2020

2019

In-Work Poverty Seminar (Wellington) - 26 November 2019

In-Work Poverty Launch (Human Rights Commission, Auckland) - 25 November 2019

Southern Economics Association 89th Annual Meetings (Fort Lauderdale, Florida) - 23-25 November 2019

Labour Econometrics Workshop (Victoria University of Wellington) - 25 October 2019

Seminar at University of Otago  - 20 September 2019

34th Annual Congress of the European Economics Association - 26-30 August 2019

Seminar at Otto von Guericke University of Magdeburg - 23 August 2019

Australian Conference of Economists - 14-16 July 2019

6th Regulating for Decent Work Conference - 8-10 July 2019

New Zealand Association of Economists Conference - 3-5 July 2019

Barriers to participation: what would make a difference and would it work? – 22 May 2019

Price Effects of Special Housing Areas in Auckland – 2 May 2019

Building the Connections Between Research and Policy – 21-23 March 2019

Wage Effects of Baccalaureate time to Degree in the United States – 14 March 2019

Productivity of Housing Construction –14 February 2019

Copy of presentation – Nan Jiang

Previous years

Global Mobility: Experiences of Filipino Nurses in Iceland – 8 November 2018

The measurement of in-work poverty and why it matters – 23 October 2018

Applied Econometric Workshop – 19 October 2018

When there is no way up: Reconsidering low-paid jobs as stepping stones – September 2018

Reconsidering low-pay jobs as stepping stones – 24 September 2018

Barriers to Participation - 13 September 2018

European Association of Labour Economists – 13-15 September 2018

Pay equity – where are we now? – 15 August 2018

NZ Association of Economists Conference – 27-29 June 2018

Living Standards Framework – A sustainable approach to business – 26 June 2018

Deconstructing the Digital Divide – 28 May 2018

Persistence of Low Pay Employment – 16 March 2018

Western Economic Association, 14th International Conference – 12-13 January 2018

The Gender Pay Gap: Evidence in New Zealand and Implications for us all – 10 October 2017

Wellbeing and Performance: Which one came first? – 6 September 2017

Business History as a Platform for Progress – 11 August 2017

New Zealand Association of Economics Conference – 14 July 2017

The Future of Work – June/July 2017

Western Economics Association Conference – 28 June 2017

Y-NEET: Empirical Evidence for New Zealand – 1 March 2017

In 2016 the Vodafone New Zealand Foundation commissioned the New Zealand Work Research Institute at AUT to undertake a study to provide a comprehensive profile of the Y-NEET landscape in NZ, to examine how NZ compares internationally, and quantify the costs of this economic and social issue.
This video summarises finding from the research.

Empirical Evidence AUT Workshop – 23-24 February 2017


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