Disparate Impact

Much of Natalie Jackson’s research has been concerned with the disparate impact of policy implications on subpopulation groups that have significantly different age structures, such as Maori and European New Zealanders, and Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians.

Jackson, N.O. (2012) Māori and the [potential] demographic dividend, New Zealand Population Review, 37: 65-88.


Jackson, N.O., Rarere, M., & Kukutai, T. (2012) Experimental register-based projections for Maungaharuru-Tangitū Inc. Commissioned Report for Maungaharuru-Tangitū Inc. (December). 40 pages.


Smith, L. T., Jackson, N., Kukutai, T., Kilgour, J., Tawhai, M., Henry, L., Te Hira, H., Penny, M., Wood, W., & Ngatai, G. (2011) Te Toi Roa: Towards an evaluation methodology for Mana Whenua and Mataawaka Wellbeing in Tamaki Makaurau. (Report to The Independent Maori Statutory Board) Te Kotahi Research Institute, University of Waikato, 44 pages.


Jackson, N.O. (2011) Demographic trends and their implications for Maori economic futures. Consultants’ Report for New Zealand Institute of Economic Research, Wellington, Te Puni Kokiri. 30 pages.


Jackson, N.O. (2011) Maori and the [potential] collateral demographic dividend. NIDEA Working Papers No. 2, National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis, University of Waikato, Hamilton.


Jackson, N.O. (2008) Educational attainment and the (growing) importance of age structure: Indigenous and non-indigenous Australians. Journal of Population Research, 25(2), 223-244.


Walter, M. & Jackson, N.O. (2006) Aboriginals in Australië Achtergesteld (Indigenous Australia: Demographic and Socio-Economic Patterns). Demos 22, 17-21. [In Dutch]


Jackson, N.O. (2005) Tasmania’s turnaround? Migration in the Apple Isle, in P. Job and G. Hugo, Dialogue, 24(2), 25-37.


Jackson, N.O. (2002) The doubly-structural nature of indigenous disadvantage. Indigenous Age Structures and the Notion of Disparate Impact. New Zealand Population Review 28(1), 55-68.


Jackson, N.O. (1995) New Zealand's ethnic fertility data. When is a `rate' not a `rate', and when does it matter? New Zealand Population Review, 21(1&2), 86-106.


Jackson, N.O., Pool, I., & Cheung, M.C. (1994) Maori and Non-Maori fertility. Convergence, divergence, or parallel trends? New Zealand Population Review, 20 (1&2), 31-57.