The New Zealand Population Review is a peer reviewed journal carrying substantive articles on many aspects of population, mainly relating to New Zealand, but in some cases dealing with issues in the Pacific, Australia, Asia or elsewhere. These articles may be based on new empirical research, theoretical perspectives or policy-related analysis. The Review is published once a year and solicits substantive articles of 5,000 to 8,000 words.
The NZ Population Review has been running for many years now (since the 1970s) and provides a rich resource of historical perspectives on New Zealand demography. Some earlier reviews have been made available on this website for public access.
Hard copy of the latest New Zealand Population Review is forwarded to all current PANZ members.
If you require any historic articles to be forwarded to you in hard copy, please get in touch with the PANZ Treasurer to arrange.