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The Interactional Organisation of Talk in Naturopathic Interviews
Negli ultimi trent’anni si è assistito a un proliferare di studi sul parlato in contesti istituzionali. Tra questi va annoverato l’ambito clinico, all’interno del quale particolare interesse ha suscitato l’interazione ...
Passing it on: The intergenerational transmission of human capital in New Zealand families
(Families Commission, 2010)
This study examines whether differences in parental education are reflected in differences in children’s scores on cognitive tests, drawing attention to the role of family context in educational outcomes. The primary focus ...
The impact of firm closure on workers' future labour market outcomes
(Statistics New Zealand, 2009)
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 ...
Labour market outcomes for immigrants and the New Zealand-born 1997-2009
(Department of Labour, 2011)
This report examines how labour market outcomes and returns to human capital vary in the overseas-born and New Zealand-born populations in New Zealand and whether these returns vary over time and across business cycles. ...
Immigrant Selection and the Returns to Human Capital in New Zealand and Australia
(International Migration, Settlement and Employment Dynamics, Department of Labour, 2010)
This paper reports findings from the first part of a larger project examining for the New Zealand-born and Australian-born as well as immigrants the economic dimensions of the decision to reside in Australia or New Zealand. ...
Deutsch als Zweitsprache für Jugendliche mit Migrationshintergrund an der Landesberufsschule für Industrie und Handwerk Bozen – Fachcurriculum und Rahmenlehrplan. Bozen, 34 Seiten
(Landesberufsschule für Handwerk und Industrie, 2015)
The role of preferences in logic programming: nonmonotonic reasoning, user preferences, decision under uncertainty
Intelligent systems that assist users in fulfilling complex tasks need a concise and processable representation of incomplete and uncertain information. In order to be able to choose among different options, these systems ...
The Impact of Firm Closure on Workers' Future Employment and Earnings
(Statistics New Zealand, 2008)
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 impact of immigration and local workforce characteristics on innovation
(Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, 2010)
This research was undertaken while Richard Fabling was on secondment to Statistics New Zealand and David Maré and Steven Stillman were with Motu Economic and Public Policy Research. Access to the data used in this study ...
An Analysis of Teenage Employment by Firms, 1999-2007
(Statistics New Zealand, 2008)
Changes to youth minimum wage legislation in New Zealand together with steady increases in minimum wages since 2001 have contributed to substantial increases in the minimum wages for teenage workers, and significant increases ...