Motu Notes


Leining, Catherine, Troy Baisden and Hannah Kotula. 2023. Insights from Motu’s Just
Transitions Dialogue. Motu Note 52


Pueyo, Ana and Catherine Leining. 2023. Just transition processes: From theory to practice. Motu Note 51



Isabelle Sin. 2022. How do childcare access issues affect mothers’ work in the long term? Motu Note 50


Isabelle Sin. 2022. How are childcare access issues reflected in mothers’ work? Motu Note 49


Isabelle Sin. 2022. How do childcare experiences differ by ethnicity and for families with previous childcare access issues? Motu Note 48


Isabelle Sin. 2022. How persistent are issues with access to affordable childcare? Motu Note 47


Isabelle Sin. 2022. Who has difficulty accessing affordable childcare? Motu Note 46


Dave Maré. 2022. Pay gaps – an $18 billion a year issue. Motu Note 45



Sin, I and Hannah Kotula. 2021. “Rates of driver licence holding in Aotearoa New Zealand". Motu Research Note 44



Dean Hyslop and Trinh Le. 2020. The career paths and employment transitions of Early Childhood Education workers. Motu Note 43


Dean HyslopTrinh Le and Lynn Riggs. 2020. Characteristics of Adults undertaking Education and Training in New Zealand. Motu Note 42



Hyslop, Dean and Trinh Le. 2021. The characteristics of Early Childhood Education workers and their employment. Motu Note 39


Shaan BadenhorstSophie O'BrienCatherine LeiningSuzi Kerr. 2019. The NZ ETS Cap Explorer Tool: design and key insights. Motu Note 41


Byett, Anthony, Ben Davies, Roger Blakeley, Chris Bowie, Roger Fairclough, Darren Fidler, Warren Furner, Graeme Guthrie, Lesley HainesAngela Halliday, Andrew James, Suzi Kerr, Richard Levy, Petra Pearce, Ryan Paulik, Barry McColl, Richard Meade, Joanna Pohatu, Stephen Riley, James Tinnion-Morgan and Ilze Ziedins. Climate change adaptation within New Zealand’s transport system. Motu Note 40


Pierse, Nevil, Maddie White and Lynn Riggs. Healthy homes initiative: Initial analysis of health outcomes. 2019. Motu Note 37


Catherine Leining and Suzi Kerr. 2019. Outfitting the NZ ETS in post-Paris style: Top Ten list for 2019. Motu Note 34 


Sophie O'BrienSuzi Kerr. 2019. Contracts for native forest carbon: perspectives from large-scale emitters. Motu Note 33



Silver, Joanna, Phil Brown, Nigel Brunel, Sandra Cortés-Acosta , Stuart Frazer, Adrian Macey, Guy Salmon, Paul Young, Catherine Leining and Suzi Kerr. 2017. An Effective NZ ETS: Clear Price Signals to Guide Low-Emission Investment. Motu Note 28


Adam Jaffe. 2017. Barriers to Adoption of No-Cost Options for Mitigation of Agricultural Emissions: A Typology. Motu Note 24



Adam Jaffe. 2015. A Framework for Evaluating the Beneficial Impacts of Publicly Funded Research. Motu Note 15