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Researcher: Wilde, PD (Dr Peter Wilde)

Fields of Research

Demography
Migration
Urban geography
Population trends and policies

Research Objectives

Demography
Other culture and society
Regional planning
Ageing and older people
Urban planning

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Labour Force Status: Comparing the Impact of Migration on the Labour Force of Tasmania, its Regions, Cities and Local Government Areas 2001-06
Migration and Population Change in Tasmania's Local Government Areas: The Past Two Decades. A Resource for Population, Qualifications, and Employment Analysis
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
Post School Qualifications: Comparing the impact of migration on the qualifications base of Tasmania and its Major Regions 2001-06
Tasmania’s Stayers and Movers by Family Composition and Major Region
The Characteristics of Tasmania’s Movers and Stayers. Overview Report: Key Insights and Executive Summaries
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

Research Projects

Global restructuring, changing work patterns and employment policies in regiona labour markets; uneven regiona development in Tasmania; Australian Research Council (ARC)
Migration and population change in Tasmania's Local Government Areas
The impact of migration on Tasmanian communities

Research Candidate Supervision

Capital and land development
Economic geography
Title- A Critical Analysis and Textual Amelioration of Adam Smsith's Theories of Value and Economic Growth