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Associate Professor Michael Cameron

Michael Cameron

Associate Professor in Economics

Keywords

Economic Development; Economics; Health; Population Studies; Teaching and Learning

Qualifications: BMS (Hons) PhD Waikato

Personal Website: http://sex-drugs-economics.blogspot.co.nz/


Contact Details

Email: mcam@waikato.ac.nz
Room: MSB.2.23
Phone: +64 7 858 5082

Papers Taught

About Michael

Michael Cameron is an associate professor in economics. He is also a research fellow in the National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis (NIDEA). He was a PGDA Visiting Fellow at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health at Harvard University from 2015-16.

Dr Cameron gained his PhD from the University of Waikato in 2007, with a thesis titled "The Relationship between Poverty and HIV/AIDS in Rural Thailand". His current research interests include population, health and development issues (including the social impacts of alcohol outlet density, the measurement of population ageing, migration, health applications of non-market valuation and discrete choice modelling, and cost-effectiveness analysis of public health interventions), population modelling and stochastic modelling, financial literacy and economics education.

Dr Cameron received Outstanding Teaching Awards from Waikato Management School in 2009, 2013, and 2018, along with Staff Excellence Awards for Teaching from the University of Waikato in 2009 and 2013. He was nominated for a National Tertiary Teaching Excellence Award in 2014.

Follow his blog (Sex, Drugs and Economics) at http://sex-drugs-economics.blogspot.co.nz/

Research Supervised

I am currently supervising a number of Ph.D. and Masters students working on: age- and ethnicity-specific internal migration flows; and projecting ethnic enclaves in Auckland City using microsimulation modelling. I also regularly supervise Summer Research Scholarships.

Recent Publications

  • Jackson, N., Brabyn, L., Mare, D., Cameron, M., & Pool, I. (2019). From ageing-driven growth towards the ending of growth. Subnational population trends in New Zealand. In J. Anson, W. Bartl, & A. Kulczycki (Eds.), Studies in the Sociology of Population: International Perspectives (pp. 161-193). Springer.

  • Abdul Ghani, R., Cameron, M., Cochrane, W., & Roskruge, M. (2019). A gravity model estimation of the bi-directional relationship between international trade and migration (2/19). Waikato Management School. Retrieved from https://ideas.repec.org/p/wai/econwp/19-02.html

  • Tran, N., Cameron, M., & Poot, J. (2019). Local institutional quality and return migration: Evidence from Vietnam. International Migration, 57(4), 75-90. doi:10.1111/imig.12451

  • Oetzel, J., Hokowhitu, B., Simpson, M., Reddy, R., Cameron, M., Meha, P., . . . Smith, L. (2019). Correlates of health-related quality of life for Māori Elders involved in a peer education intervention. Journal of Health Communication, 24(5), 559-569. doi:10.1080/10810730.2019.1637483

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