Niyi Alimi
Niyi Alimi
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The gravity model of migration: the successful comeback of an ageing superstar in regional science
J Poot, O Alimi, MP Cameron, DC Maré
IZA Discussion paper, 2016
792016
Income inequality in New Zealand regions
O Alimi, DC Maré, J Poot
Rebooting the regions, 177-212, 2016
122016
More pensioners, less income inequality? The impact of changing age composition on inequality in big cities and elsewhere
OB Alimi, DC Maré, J Poot
Modelling aging and migration effects on spatial labor markets, 133-159, 2018
72018
Does distance still matter for internal migration and, if so, how? Evidence from 1986 to 2006
O Alimi, D Mare, J Poot
Labour, Employment and Work in New Zealand, 2015
22015
Measuring poverty with noisy and corrected estimates of annual consumption: Evidence from Nigeria
J Gibson, O Alimi
African Development Review 32 (1), 96-107, 2020
12020
International migration and the distribution of income in New Zealand metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas
O Alimi, DC Maré, J Poot
IZA Discussion Paper, 2018
12018
Who partners up? Educational assortative matching and the distribution of income in New Zealand
OB Alimi, DC Maré, J Poot
12018
More pensioners, less income inequality?
O Alimi, DC Maré, J Poot
Less Income Inequality, 2017
12017
The effects of immigration and skills on urban income inequality in New Zealand: two decomposition approaches
OB Alimi, J Poot
CReAM Discussion Paper Series, 2020
2020
Modelling Inter-urban Migration in an Open Population Setting: The Case of New Zealand
OB Alimi, DC Maré, J Poot
Population, Place, and Spatial Interaction, 201-223, 2019
2019
Inequality within and between New Zealand urban areas
OB Alimi
The University of Waikato, 2019
2019
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