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Researcher: Jackson, N (Associate Professor Natalie Jackson)

Fields of Research

Demography
Population Trends and Policies
Fertility
Migration
Family and Household Studies
Social Policy
Tourism
Applied Sociology, Program Evaluation and Social Impact Assessment
Health and Community Services
Urban and Regional Studies (excl. Planning)
Welfare Economics
Labour Economics
Education Systems
Nutrition and Dietetics
Sociological Methodology and Research Methods
Health Policy
Race and Ethnic Relations
Public Economics- Taxation and Revenue
Social Change
Applied Economics
Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum and Pedagogy (excl. Economics, Business and Management)
Education
Human Geography
Sociology
Preventive Medicine
History of Economic Thought
Urban and Regional Economics
Time-Series Analysis
Policy and Administration

Research Objectives

Cultural Understanding
Demography
Community Service (excl. Work)
Ageing and Older People
Employment Patterns and Change
Families and Family Services
Education and Training Systems
Health Related to Ageing
Regional Planning
Micro Labour Market Issues
Human Capital Issues
Economic Framework
Consumption
Urban Planning
Health
Work and Institutional Development
Health and Support Services
Social Impacts of Climate Change and Variability
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Development and Welfare
Microeconomics
Government and Politics
Social Structure and Health
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Education and Training Systems Policies and Development
Income Distribution
Pedagogy
Nervous System and Disorders
Health Policy Evaluation
Macroeconomics
Equity and Access to Education
Employment Services
Ethnicity, Multiculturalism and Migrant Development and Welfare
Taxation
Social Class and Inequalities
Understanding New Zealand's Past
Health Status (e.g. Indicators of Well-Being)
Rural Health
Distribution of Income and Wealth
Consumption Patterns, Population Issues and the Environment

Career Best Publications

As the Population Clock Winds Down: Indicative Effects of Population Ageing in Australia's States and Territories; Journal of Population Research
Educational Attainment and the (Growing) Importance of Age Structure: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians; Journal of Population Research
Planning the local government response to ageing and place
Population Ageing and the A-B-C of Educational Demand: A focus on Tasmania and South Australia; People and Place
Regional population ageing and local government funding. A tentative consideration of the issues; Australasian Journal of Regional Studies
Tasmania's Turnaround? Migration in the Apple Isle; Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia
The Demographic Gift in Australia; Agenda
The Doubly-Structural Nature of Indigenous Disadvantage: A Case of Disparate Impact?; New Zealand Population Review
The Higher Education Contribution Scheme - A HECS on the Family?; Journal of Population Research and New Zealand Population Review
The policy-maker's guide to ageing: key concepts and issues
Understanding population ageing: a background; Australian Social Policy
When is a baby boom not a baby boom?; People and Place
Whither Tasmania? A Note on Tasmania's Population Problem; People and Place
Will older workers change their retirement plans in line with government thinking? A review of recent literature on retirement intentions; Australian Bulletin of Labour

Research Publications

'Doomsayer' stats rebutted
23,404 in net loss to state
A deadly leveller looms for state numbers
Aboriginals in Australi¿ achtergesteld; Demos
ACT Sustainable Futures
Affordable magnet
Ageing Communities: Local Government's Silver Lining
Alpha Woman Beta Man
Applied Population and Policy; Applied Population and Policy
As the Population Clock Winds Down: Indicative Effects of Population Ageing in Australia's States and Territories; Journal of Population Research
Australia's Baby Boom
Australia's Birthrate rose last year for the first time in 40 years
Australian pre-July 2007 Retirement Tax Biases and the likely effect of tax reform on retirement plans; Economic Society of Australia, Conference of Economists
Australian Survey of Retirement Attitudes and Motivations
Australian Survey of Retirement Attitudes and Motivations
Australian Survey of Retirement Attitudes and Motivations
Australians Early Retirement Tax Biases Prior to July 2007 and The Likely Effects of Tax Reforms on Retirement Plans; Economic Papers
Baby boom not the answer says demography expert
Baby Boomer jobs bragging blasted
Baby Boomer Retirement
Baby busters
Baby cash sting for old Tassie
Be equally as proud
Boomers meet the challenge
Boomers ready to work longer
Boomers' gift to the nation
Boomers' parting gift
Bringing out the best
Carers Tasmania: Projections of Carer Demand
Census Outcomes
Centenarians bumper crop
Changing demographics and legal aid services: will population ageing have an impact on demand for (and supply of) legal aid?
Circular Head a man's world
Claremont College Public Lecture - The end of population growth
Climate Change in Tasmania
Coast attracts an extra 730 people
Comment on declining student numbers
Comment on declining student numbers
Comment on the DCAC Report
Community Based Support South Inc., and Demographic Change
Costello's Baby Boom Born of Poor Maths
Courting the Cohort; 10th Biennial Conference of the Australian Population Association
Current strategy 'not reproductive'
Demand for Consumer Support Services
Demands of ageing population
Demographic Analysis and Projections for the Glenorchy Local Government Area
Demographic Analysis and Projections for the Launceston Local Government Area
Demographic and Socio-Economic Report - The Population of the Cradle Coast
Dieticians and Population Ageing
Dieticians and Population Ageing
Early Retirement Biases in the Funding of Australian Retirement; Economic Society of Australia, Conference of Economists
Educational Attainment and the (Growing) Importance of Age Structure: Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians; Journal of Population Research
Elderly soon to outstrip children
Employer of Choice Conference
Employer of Choice Conference
Exodus key to population decline
Expert Backs Closing State Schools
Fertility rate in Tassie
Fertility Trends
Fertility Trends
Flinders Island: Demographic Profile
Fruitful life may yet sprout from the seeds of population decline
Funding formula flawed: Expert
Glenorchy City Council: 2008 Projections
Glenorchy Local Government Area: Recent Population Patterns and Trends
Glenorchy Local Government Area: Recent Population Patterns and Trends (2007 Revision)
Growing old ungracefully
Growth to plateau at 600,000
Health System labour market shortages
Hospitals
How to ease out gently
Indicative Impacts of Population Decline on the Operations of Local Government in Tasmania; Australasian Journal of Regional Studies
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change/Tasmania
Is Australia's 'Baby Boom' being caused by the 'Baby Bonus'?
Is Australia's 'Baby Boom' being caused by the 'Baby Bonus'?
Island Gateway - SEACHANGE
Jackson Graduates are ABS
Jobless rate key to growth
Jobless tipped to fall as Tassie ages
Keeping Australia's Older Workers in the Labour Force. A Policy Perspective; Australian Journal of Social Issues
Kettering: Demographic Profile
Key stats show North in decline
Kiwis cop a ribbing
Labour Force Status: Comparing the Impact of Migration on the Labour Force of Tasmania, its Regions, Cities and Local Government Areas 2001-06
Latest population projections for Tasmania
Launceston City Council: Update on 2006 Analysis and Projections
Launch of Australian Institute for Population Ageing
Libs pledge $1000 energy bonus to boost population
Libs target population of 500,000 by 2020
Lindisfarne and Geilston Bay: Social and Demographic Profile
Live with stable numbers: expert
Local government, fiscal equalisation, population ageing and the growing importance of the Census; Census Analysis Conference 2006
Managing Queensland's Population Growth: Adding a Demographic Perspective; Managing Queensland's Population Growth
Meals on Wheels Association of Tasmania: Projections of demands for MOW services
Meals on Wheels Association of Tasmania: Results of a survey into knowledge and use of Meals on Wheels services
Men a minority in Tasmania, say statistics
Migrant Rethink
Migration and Population Change in Tasmania's Local Government Areas: The Past Two Decades. A Resource for Population, Qualifications, and Employment Analysis
Migration good for business
Most to delay retirement
Multiple Sclerosis: Projections for Tasmania
not about counting people, but about making people count
Numbers just don't add up
Olden Days. Job Fear as Tassie Ages
On Global Aging: Old-Age Income Systems in the EU and Other Major Parts of the World; Journal of Population Research
Overdue Reforms
Planning the local government response to ageing and place
Pluses of an ageing population
Population
Population
Population ageing - Tasmania's unique characteristics
Population Ageing and the A-B-C of Educational Demand: A focus on Tasmania and South Australia; People and Place
Population ageing in a nutshell
Population Ageing in a Nutshell
Population ageing in a nutshell: a phenomenon in four dimensions; People and Place
Population ageing: turning grey skies into blue
Population and Social Futures: Imagining Canberra for ACT Planning and Land Authority
Population decline positive: doctor
Population Impacts: Comparing Tasmania’s Major Regions
Population Impacts: Comparing Tasmania’s Migration by Gender
Population Impacts: Comparing Tasmania’s Migration by Local Government Area
Population Impacts: Greater Hobart-Southern Region (Southern Region)
Population Impacts: Individual Local Government Areas 2001-06
Population Impacts: Intra-state Movements for the Greater Hobart-Southern Region (Southern)
Population Impacts: Intra-state Movements for the Mersey-Lyell Region
Population Impacts: Intra-state Movements for the Northern Region
Population Impacts: Mersey-Lyell Region
Population Impacts: Northern Region
Population Impacts: Total Tasmania
Population Projections for the Scotch Oakburn College Catchment Area
Population Strategy is vital
Population-Level Analysis; Social Research Methods: An Australian Perspective
Population-level Analysis; Social Research Methods: An Australian Perspective
Port Sorell and Suburbs: Demographic Projections
Port Sorell and Suburbs: Social and Demographic Profile
Positive side to declining population
Post School Qualifications: Comparing the impact of migration on the qualifications base of Tasmania and its Major Regions 2001-06
Projections of Multiple Sclerosis. Tasmania. A Report
Questioning the Treasurer's claims of a Baby Boom
RAPP Background Paper
Real Population Poser
Regional population ageing and local government funding. A tentative consideration of the issues; Australasian Journal of Regional Studies
Replacing the baby boomers
Retirement of Australia's Baby Boomers
Rise in births proves to be more of a baby boom
Rolling stones come home
School Case Backed
School's Hitlist
Schools face graying fate
Size counts with school spending
Skills shortage set to be addressed
Small Towns Under Threat
Smarter by degrees but home alone
Social Housing Client Consultation Sessions for Housing Tasmania
Sorell and Prospect Vale: Social and Demographic Profile
South's Healthy Growth Packet
Student Squeeze
Tasmania 2012: Population Ageing and its impact on ICT
Tasmania on cusp of half a million people
Tasmania reaches 500,000
Tasmania still growing but losing young Tasmanians
Tasmania's Baby Boom
Tasmania's looming elderly population
Tasmania's looming elderly population
Tasmania's missing Gen X
Tasmania's outlook gets better with age
Tasmania's Population
Tasmania's Population
Tasmania's population
Tasmania's Population
Tasmania's population continues to decrease
Tasmania's Population decline now in reverse
Tasmania's Population Potential
Tasmania's regional growth
Tasmania's Turnaround? Migration in the Apple Isle; Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia
Tasmania: Japan of the South?
Tasmania’s Stayers and Movers by Family Composition and Major Region
Tassie car fleet in top gear
Tassie growth at snail's pace
Tassie labour crisis looms
Tassie numbers continue to grow
Tassie tops the lonely lives plight
Tassie's startling growth
Tassie, the ageing state
Teenage Fertility
Thank God you’re here: the coming generation and their role in future‑proofing Australia from the challenges of population ageing; Australian Journal of Social Issues
The ABC of Educational Demand; Directions in Education
The Characteristics of Tasmania’s Movers and Stayers. Overview Report: Key Insights and Executive Summaries
The Demographic Gift in Australia; Agenda
The Doubly-Structural Nature of Indigenous Disadvantage: A Case of Disparate Impact?; New Zealand Population Review
The Higher Education Contribution Scheme - A HECS on the Family?; Journal of Population Research and New Zealand Population Review
The likelihood of Tasmania's population reaching 600,000
The many faces of the Launceston vision
The Median Income of Tasmania’s Stayers and Movers by Highest Post-School Qualification at Local Government Level
The Median Income of Tasmania’s Stayers and Movers by Labour Force Status at Local Government Level
The New Zealand Family From 1840. A Demographic History
The policy-maker's guide to ageing: key concepts and issues
The Retirement Intentions of Tasmania's Baby Boomers
The Retirement Intentions of Tasmania's baby boomers
The rush to buy a piece of paradise
The Time is Now: Labour shortages and pop ageing
The Tradition Continues
The World Today - Tasmania: the Florida of the south
Those Golden Oldies
Threat to Tasmania's growth
Understanding population ageing: a background; Australian Social Policy
Unravelling the Rhetoric of Population Ageing: The Social Construction of 'Troubles' & 'Issues' (An Australian Perspective); International Journal of Communication
Up go house prices, down goes population
When is a baby boom not a baby boom?; People and Place
When the Population Clock Stops Ticking; Controversies in Environmental Sociology
When the population clock stops ticking: An indicative study of population ageing in Tasmania; Australasian Journal of Regional Studies
Whither Tasmania? A Note on Tasmania's Population Problem; People and Place
Will older Australians change their retirement plans in line with government thinking? Key points from the ASRAM
Will older workers change their retirement plans in line with government thinking? A review of recent literature on retirement intentions; Australian Bulletin of Labour
Winners and losers in the money-go-round
Women burnt by cost of children
Work a priority for baby boomers
Work crisis looms
Wrong Place for School. Demographer warns against Kingston plan

Research Projects

ARC/NHMRC Research Network in Ageing Well; Australian Research Council (ARC)
Indicative Impacts of Population Ageing on Australia's States, Territories and Local Communities; Australian Research Council (ARC)
When The Population Clock Stops Ticking. An Indicative Study Of The Impact Of Natural Population Decline: Australia's States And Territories; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Will Older Workers Change their Retirement Plans in Line with the Government's Calls for later Retirement?; Australian Research Council (ARC)
FACS Consultancy
HECS Indebtedness: First Findings
Migration and population change in Tasmania's Local Government Areas
Research on Population Ageing for NSW Local Governments
The impact of migration on Tasmanian communities

Research Candidate Supervision

"Talking UP" the Birth Rate- The Typologising of Women and their Fertility
Education industry as a tourism attractor- an instrumental case study of a university and its' induced visitors
Fear of population decline
Intergenerational Mobility in Australia¿s Labour Market
Managing the 21st Century - Policy and Social Ecology that recognises and utilises demographic change- The Case of Tasmania
Older Women Who Live Alone- An Interpretive Approach to Bridging the Gap Between Lived Experiences and Policy Discourses
Professional Closure- The case of overseas trained physicians in Tasmania.
Returning to Place- The Return Migration of Young Adults to Tasmania
Skill Utilisation in Australia- A Response to the Proposed 3Ps Solution for the Implications of Population Ageing
Social Barriers to Recycling- A Sociological Study
Structural Ageing and Australian Crime Trends- An Exploration of the Easterlin Hypothesis and the Nature of the Age-Crime Pattern
The Invisibility of Men in Explaining Australia's 'Low' and Declining 'Fertility'
The Volunteer Citizen, Health Services and Agency- The Identity Work of Australian and New Zealand Ambulance Volunteers
Work Ability in an Australian Context
Working their way out of poverty? Australian sole mothers, labour market participation and welfare reform