New Zealand Index of Multiple Deprivation
Health Research Council of New Zealand
University of Auckland: Dan Exeter (Principal Investigator), Michael Brown, Jinfeng Zhao and Arier Chi Lun Lee
University of Otago: Sue Crengle
The New Zealand Index of Multiple Deprivation is a set of tools for identifying concentrations of deprivation in New Zealand. It measures deprivation at the neighbourhood-level in custom designed data zones that have an average population of 712. Data zones are aggregations of census meshblocks (approximately 8 meshblocks per data zone) and in urban settings they are just a few streets long and a few streets wide. They are designed to produce better small area information without losing their contents to suppression/confidentiality.
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Yong R, Browne M, Zhao J, Chi Lun Lee A, Shackleton N, Crengle S, Exeter D (2017). Profiling New Zealand’s 20 District Health Boards using the New Zealand Index of Multiple Deprivation and the 2013 Census.