Below is a non-exhaustive list of non-government reports that have used IDI data. These publications have been compiled as part of work for the VHIN and for Te Rourou Tātaritanga, funded by MBIE Endeavour Grant ref. 62506 ENDRP.

We would love for the list to be as complete as possible, so if you have or know of any non-government reports based on IDI data that are not listed here, please email vhin@otago.ac.nz.

Publications by agency:
Business and Economic Research Ltd
COMPASS Research Centre
He Kāinga Ora / Housing & Health Research Programme
Medical Council of New Zealand
Motu Economic and Public Policy Research
New Zealand Institute of Economic Research
New Zealand Work Research Institute
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
Scarlatti
The New Zealand Initiative
University of Otago Wellington
Victoria University of Wellington

 

Business and Economic Research Ltd

Cox M & Hurren K (2019). State of youth in four South Auckland Board areas. Wellington: Business and Economic Research Ltd, https://statsnz.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/collection/p20045coll17/id/1067.

 

COMPASS Research Centre

Milne B, Li E, Sporle A (2020). Intergenerational Analyses Using the IDI: An update. The University of Auckland: COMPASS Research Centre, https://www.auckland.ac.nz/content/dam/uoa/auckland/arts/our-research/research-institutes-centres-groups/compass/whole-population-data-analysis/Intergenerational-Links-IDI-Update.pdf.

 

He Kāinga Ora / Housing & Health Research Programme

Amore K, Viggers H, Howden-Chapman P (2021). Severe housing deprivation in Aotearoa New Zealand. He Kāinga Ora / Housing & Health Research Programme: Department of Public Health, University of Otago Wellington, https://www.hud.govt.nz/assets/News-and-Resources/Statistics-and-Research/2018-Severe-housing-deprivation-estimate/Severe-Housing-Deprivation-2018-Estimate-Report.pdf.

 

Medical Council of New Zealand

Allen + Clarke (2020). Baseline Data Capture: Cultural Safety, Partnership and Health Equity Initiatives. Wellington: Medical Council of New Zealand and Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa, https://www.mcnz.org.nz/assets/Publications/Reports/f5c692d6b0/Cultural-Safety-Baseline-Data-Report-FINAL-September-2020.pdf.

 

Motu Economic and Public Policy Research

Fabling R (2021). Living on the edge: An anatomy of New Zealand’s most productive firms. Working Paper 21-01. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/21_01.pdf.

Fabling R (2021). Of interest? Estimating the average interest rate on debt across firms and over time. Working Paper 21-05. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/21_05.pdf.

Mare D (2021). Minimum Wages in New Zealand: Policy and practice in the 21st century. Working Paper 21-03. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/21_03.pdf.

Maré DC & Hyslop DR (2021). COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Support and Effects. Working Paper 21-02. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/21_02.pdf.

Mitchell L (2021). Monitoring the enjoyment of the rights to adequate housing and health care and protection in Aotearoa New Zealand. Working Paper 21-12. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/21_12.pdf.

Riggs L & Mitchell L (2021). Methodology for Modelling Distributional Impacts of Emissions Budgets on Employment in New Zealand. Working Paper 21-14. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/21_14.pdf.

Riggs L & Mitchell L (2021). Predicted Distributional Impacts of Climate Change Policy on Employment. Working Paper 21-07. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/21_07.pdf.

Fabling R & Maré DC (2020). Measuring commute patterns over time: Using administrative data to identify where employees live and work. Working Paper 20-05. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/20_05.pdf and details on a methodology update at https://www.motu.nz/assets/Documents/our-research/Urban-and-Regional/commute_methodology_update.pdf.

Grimes A, Baadenhoorst S, Maré DC, Poot J, Sin I (2020). Hometown & whānau, or big city & millennials? The economic geography of graduate destination choices in New Zealand. Working Paper 20-04. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/20_04.pdf.

Hyslop D, Le T, Riggs L (2020). Returns to adult education and training in New Zealand. Working Paper 20-03. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/20_03.pdf.

Poland M, Sin I, Stillman S (2020). Why are there More Accidents on Mondays? Economic Incentives, Ergonomics or Externalities. Working Paper 20-01. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/20_01.pdf.

Timar L & Apatov E (2020). A Growing Problem: Exploring Livestock Farm Resilience to Droughts in Unit Record Data. Working Paper 20-14. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/20_14.pdf.

Fabling R & Grimes A (2019). Ultra-fast broadband, skill complementarities, gender and wages. Working Paper 19-23. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/19_23.pdf.

Grimes A & White D (2019). Digital Inclusion and Wellbeing in New Zealand. Working Paper 19-17. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/19_17.pdf.

Maré DC & Fabling R (2019). Competition and Productivity: Do Commonly Used Metrics Suggest a Relationship? Working Paper 19-16. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/19_16.pdf.

Sin I & Bruce-Brand B (2019). Is the pay of medical specialists in New Zealand gender biased? Working Paper 19-21. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/19_21.pdf.

Sin I & Ormsby J (2019). The settlement experience of Pacific migrants in New Zealand: Insights from LISNZ and the IDI. Working Paper 19-02. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/19_02.pdf.

Chappell N (2018). Worker flows, entry, and productivity in New Zealand’s construction. Working Paper 18-02. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/18_02.pdf.

Fabling R (2018). Entrepreneurial Beginnings: Transitions to Self-Employment and the Creation of Jobs. Working Paper 18-12. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/18_12.pdf.

Roberts C (2018). Absorptive capacity in New Zealand firms: Measurement and importance. Working Paper 18-01. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/18_01.pdf.

Sin I, Apatov E, Maré DC (2018). How did removing student allowances for postgraduate study affect students’ choices? Working Paper 18-03. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/18_03.pdf.

Chappell N (2017). Productivity and the allocation of skills. Working Paper 17-04. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/17_04.pdf.

Hyslop D (2017). The longer term impacts of job displacement on labour market outcomes. Working Paper 17-12. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/17_12.pdf.

Sin I, Stillman S, Fabling R (2017). What drives the gender wage gap? Examining the roles of sorting, productivity differences, and discrimination. Working Paper 17-15. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/17_15.pdf.

Chappell N & Jaffe A (2016). Intangible investment and firm performance. Working Paper 16-14. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/16_14.pdf.

Fabling R & Grimes A. (2016). Picking up speed: Does ultrafast broadband increase firm productivity? Working Paper 16-22. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/16_22.pdf.

Fabling R, Grimes A, Timar L (2016). Labour market dynamics following a regional disaster. Working Paper 16-07. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/16_07.pdf.

Hyslop D & Townsend W (2016). Earnings Dynamics and Measurement Error in Matched Survey and Administrative Data. Working Paper 16-18. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/16_18.pdf.

Hyslop D & Townsend W (2016). Employment misclassification in survey and administrative reports. Working Paper 16-19. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/16_19.pdf.

Jaffe AB, Le T, Chappell N (2016). Productivity Distribution and Drivers of Productivity Growth in the Construction Industry. Working Paper 16-08. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/16_08.pdf.

Smith M (2016). Urban productivity estimation with heterogeneous prices and labour. Working Paper 16-21. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/16_21.pdf.

Fabling R & Maré DC (2015). Production function estimation using New Zealand’s Longitudinal Business Database. Working Paper 15-15. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/15_15.pdf.

Maré DC, Hyslop DR, Fabling R (2015). Firm Productivity Growth and Skill. Working Paper 15-18. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/15_18.pdf.

Maré DC, Pinkerton RM, Poot J (2015). Residential Assimilation of Immigrants: A Cohort Approach. Working Paper 15-20. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/15_20.pdf.

Maré DC, Hyslop DR, Fabling R (2015). Firm Productivity Growth and Skill. Working Paper 15-18. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/15_18.pdf.

Fabling R, Grimes A, Timar L (2014). Natural selection: Firm performance following the Canterbury earthquakes. Working Paper 14-08. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/14_08.pdf.

Mare D, Sanderson L, Fabling R (2014). Earnings and Employment in Foreign-owned Firms. Working Paper 14-10. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/14_10.pdf.

McLeod K, Fabling R, Maré DC (2014). Hiring New Ideas: International Migration and Firm Innovation in New Zealand. Working Paper 14-14. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/14_14.pdf.

Sin I, Fabling R, Jaffe AB, Mare D, Sanderson L (2014). Exporting, Innovation and the Role of Immigrants. Working Paper 14-15. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/14_15.pdf.

Crichton S & Maré DC (2013). The Impact of Wage Subsidies on Jobseekers’ Outcomes and Firm Employment. Working Paper 13-05. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/13_05.pdf.

Dixon S & Maré DC (2013). The Costs of Involuntary Job Loss: Impacts on Workers’ Employment and Earnings. Working Paper 13-03. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/13_03.pdf.

Fabling R & Maré DC (2013). Firm-level Hiring Difficulties: Persistence, Business Cycle and Local Labour Market Influences. Working Paper 13-06. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/13_06.pdf.

Maré DC & Fabling R (2013). The incidence and persistence of cyclical job loss in New Zealand. Working Paper 13-08. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/13_08.pdf.

Sanderson L (2013). Sources of international investment data in the Longitudinal Business Database. Working Paper 13-15. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/13_15.pdf.

Fabling R, Grimes A, Maré DC (2012). Performance Pay Systems and the Gender Wage Gap. Working Paper 12-13. Wellington: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, https://motu-www.motu.org.nz/wpapers/12_13.pdf.

 

New Zealand Institute of Economic Research

Torshizian E & Meade R (2020). Estimating demand for competition analysis: A statistical exploration, and some possible applications. Wellington: New Zealand Institute of Economic Research, https://nzier.org.nz/publication/estimating-demand-for-competition-analysis-a-statistical-exploration-and-some-possible-applications.

 

New Zealand Work Research Institute

Hennecke J, Meehan L, Pacheco G (2021). Workplace Safety and the Future of Work in NZ. Auckland: New Zealand Work Research Institute, https://www.worksafe.govt.nz/dmsdocument/41860-workplace-safety-and-the-future-of-work-nz/latest.

Meehan L & Watson N (2021). The Future of Work in New Zealand: An empirical examination. Auckland: New Zealand Work Research Institute, https://workresearch.aut.ac.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/500278/NZWRI-IRF-report-Mar-19-final.pdf.

 

Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development

Criscuolo C, Hijzen A, Koelle M, Schwellnus C, Barth B, Chen W-H, Fabling R, Fialho P, Garloff A, Grabska K, Kambayashi R, Lankester V, Stadler B, Skans ON, Nurmi S, Murakozy B, Upward R, Zwysen W (2021). The firm-level link between productivity dispersion and wage inequality: A symptom of low job mobility? OECD Publishing: OECD Economics Department Working Papers 1656, doi:10.1787/4c6131e3-en.

Criscuolo C, Hijzen A, Schwellnus C, Barth E, Chen W-H, Fabling R, Fialho P, Stadler B, Upward R, Zwysen W, Grabska-Romagosa K, Kambayashi R, Leidecker T, Skans ON, Riom C, Roth D (2020). Workforce composition, productivity and pay: the role of firms in wage inequality. OECD Publishing: OECD Economics Department Working Papers 1603, doi:10.1787/52ab4e26-en.

Thomas A (2020). Reassessing the regressivity of the VAT. OECD Publishing: OECD Taxation Working Papers 49, doi:10.1787/b76ced82-en.

 

Scarlatti

Scarlatti (2018). Snapshot of Women in Trades. Auckland: Scarlatti, project details at https://scarlatti.co.nz/case-studies/women-trade and report at https://www.sweetanalytics.co.nz/content/snapshot-women-trades.

 

The New Zealand Initiative

Hernandez J (2020). Insights and Excellence: School success in New Zealand. The New Zealand Initiative: Research Note 9 March 2020, https://www.nzinitiative.org.nz/reports-and-media/reports/research-note-insights/document/679.

Hernandez J (2019). In Fairness to our Schools: Better measures for better outcomes. The New Zealand Initiative: Research Report 56, https://www.nzinitiative.org.nz/reports-and-media/reports/in-fairness-to-our-schools/document/580.

Hernandez J (2019). Separating school and family: Evaluating the effects of school and family background on student performance in NCEA. The New Zealand Initiative: Technical Paper 21 September 2019, https://nzinitiative.org.nz/assets/Uploads/Separating-School-and-Family-technical-report.pdf.

Hernandez J (2019). Tomorrow’s Schools: Data and evidence. The New Zealand Initiative: Research Note 8 April 2019, https://www.nzinitiative.org.nz/reports-and-media/reports/research-note-tomorrows-schools-data-and-evidence.

 

University of Otago Wellington

Gibb S & Cunningham R (2018). Mental Health and Addiction in Aotearoa New Zealand: Recent trends in service use, unmet need, and information gaps. Wellington: University of Otago Wellington, https://mentalhealth.inquiry.govt.nz/assets/Summary-reports/Otago-mental-health.pdf.

 

Victoria University of Wellington

Ball C (2016). Estimating Income Dynamics from Cross-Sectional Data Using Matching Techniques. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington Working Papers in Public Finance 06/2016, https://www.wgtn.ac.nz/cpf/publications/working-papers/2016-working-papers/WP_06_2016_Estimating_Income_Dynamics.pdf.