Resources

We have provided the following links to websites and resources that relate to ACC research.

1967 Woodhouse report

2011 ACC Forum

2011 ACC Forum paper: Private insurance in the work account (312.4KB) ACC Forum paper: Private insurance in the work account. Peter Harris. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011. (2011)

2011 ACC Forum paper: Speech at ACC Forum (91.5KB) ACC Forum paper: Speech at ACC Forum. Chris Hipkins MP, Labour Spokesperson on ACC. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011. (2011)

2011 ACC Forum paper: The ACC Concept (111.8KB) ACC Forum paper: The ACC Concept. Sir Owen Woodhouse, ONZ, KBE, DSC, Former Chairman, Royal Commission on Accident Compensation. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011. (2011)

2011 ACC Forum paper: What has the government done to ACC since the election? (663.9KB) ACC Forum paper: What has the government done to ACC since the election? What has happened to services on the ground? 2011 and beyond. Glenn Barclay, Convenor, ACC Futures Coalition. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011. (2011)

2011 ACC Forum presentation: Accredited employer scheme: A provider's perspective (143.9KB) ACC Forum presentation: Accredited employer scheme: A provider's perspective. David Wood, Aon. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011. (2011)

2011 ACC Forum presentation: Experience rating and occupational disease (430.4KB) ACC Forum presentation: Experience rating and occupational disease. Karen Fletcher, NZCTU Health and Safety/ACC organiser. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011. (2011)

2011 ACC Forum presentation: Experience rating within the context of a changing work environment (460.4KB) ACC Forum presentation: Experience rating within the context of a changing work environment. Lamm et al, Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Research. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011. (2011)

2011 ACC Forum presentation: Experience rating: Fairness, safety or neither? (942KB) ACC Forum presentation: Experience rating: Fairness, safety or neither? Susan St John. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011. (2011)

2011 ACC Forum presentation: Funding: Is there a happy compromise? (1115.4KB) ACC Forum presentation: Funding: Is there a happy compromise? Bill Rosenberg, Policy Director/Economist, NZ Council of Trade Unions. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011. (2011)

2011 ACC Forum presentation: Stocktake group report: Government proposals and the accredited employers (291.9KB) ACC Forum presentation: Stocktake group report: Government proposals and the accredited employers. Mark Weaver, Principal, Melville Jessup Weaver, Consulting Actuaries. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011. (2011)

2011 ACC Forum presentation: The case for a PAYG ACC (161.8KB) ACC Forum presentation: The case for a PAYG ACC. Michael Littlewood, Co-director, Retirement Policy and Research Centre. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011 (2011)

2011 ACC Forum presentation: The future of ACC by Peter Harris (351.7KB) ACC Forum presentation: The future of ACC. Peter Harris. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011. (2011)

2011 ACC Forum presentation: What does the analysis of ACC claims from the "Stocktake" report tell us? (1478.5KB) ACC Forum presentation: What does the analysis of ACC claims from the “Stocktake” report tell us? Bill Rosenberg, Policy Director/Economist, NZ Council of Trade Unions. ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011. (2011)

2011 ACC Forum presentation: What has the government done to ACC since the election? (372.6KB) ACC Forum presentation: What has the government done to ACC since the election? What has happened to services on the ground? 2011 and beyond. Glenn Barclay, Convenor, ACC Futures Coalition. ACC Forum 26 August 2011. (2011)

2009 paying for ACC

2009 ACC Forum presentation: Accounting for accidents: Social costs of personal injuries (164.9KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? Accounting for accidents: Social costs of personal injuries (Supporting Paper) - The ACC is a unique international institution and deserves the best opportunity to succeed. How are we perceived inter (2009)

2009 ACC Forum presentation: ACC's funding position (432.2KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? ACC’s funding position - A review of the main ACC accounts and the implications on the levy rates of the decision to fully fund the Scheme. Why fully funding of the ACC’s accounts levies is important. (2009)

2009 ACC Forum presentation: Final Comments. Presenter: Dr Brian Easton (46.9KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? Final Comments. Presenter: Dr Brian Easton (2009)

2009 ACC Forum presentation: Welcome, and ACC chronology (294.5KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? Welcome, and ACC chronology. Presenter: Susan St John (Co-director, Retirement Policy and Research Centre) Introductory comments: Setting the scene; recent events and the purpose of the ACC Forum. Pre (2009)

2009 ACC Forum presentation: What can history and politics teach us? (513.3KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? What can history and politics teach us? - The Woodhouse vision was never one of full prefunding, but the role of the reserves has been contentious and misunderstood. Does history suggest that some res (2009)

2009 ACC Forum presentation: Why does ACC need a fund? (208KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? Why does ACC need a fund? - Isn’t PAYG better? ACC is a department of the government so why not run its finances in the same way as other government departments? More specifically, why must ACC comply (2009)

2009 ACC forum programme (139.9KB) 2009 ACC forum programme (2009)

2009 ACC Forum supporting paper: Accounting for accidents: Social costs of personal injuries (145.5KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? Accounting for accidents: Social costs of personal injuries (Supporting Paper) - The ACC is a unique international institution and deserves the best opportunity to succeed. How are we perceived inter (2009)

2007 forum: ACC forty years on

Accident Compensation: Forty Years on symposium paper: ACC Anniversary (20.6KB) ACC Anniversary, Sir Owen Woodhouse. Accident Compensation: Forty Years on - a Celebration of the Woodhouse Report: "Compensation for Personal Injury in New Zealand. Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, Auckland, 13 December 2007. The ACC group held (2007)

Accident Compensation: Forty Years on symposium paper: Boundary disputes in ACC and the no-fault principle (48.5KB) Boundary disputes in ACC and the no-fault principle, Grant Duncan. Accident Compensation: Forty Years on - a Celebration of the Woodhouse Report: "Compensation for Personal Injury in New Zealand. Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, Auckland, 13 Dec (2007)

Accident Compensation: Forty Years on symposium paper: Common law actions on the margin (45.8KB) Common law actions on the margin, Rosemary Tobin. Accident Compensation: Forty Years on - a Celebration of the Woodhouse Report: "Compensation for Personal Injury in New Zealand. Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, Auckland, 13 December 2007. The A (2007)

Accident Compensation: Forty Years on symposium paper: Current Issues (216.4KB) Current Issues, Hazel Armstrong. Accident Compensation: Forty Years on - a Celebration of the Woodhouse Report: "Compensation for Personal Injury in New Zealand. Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, Auckland, 13 December 2007. The ACC group held a s (2007)

Accident Compensation: Forty Years on symposium paper: Future directions for ACC (15.2KB) Future directions for ACC, Hon Maryan Street. Accident Compensation: Forty Years on - a Celebration of the Woodhouse Report: "Compensation for Personal Injury in New Zealand. Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, Auckland, 13 December 2007. The ACC g (2007)

Accident Compensation: Forty Years on symposium paper: Observations from an Australian participant (69.9KB) Observations from an Australian participant, Professor Richard Madden. Accident Compensation: Forty Years on - a Celebration of the Woodhouse Report: "Compensation for Personal Injury in New Zealand. Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, Auckland, 13 (2007)

Accident Compensation: Forty Years on symposium paper: Reading Woodhouse for the twenty-first century (37.3KB) Reading Woodhouse for the twenty-first century, Richard Gaskins. Accident Compensation: Forty Years on - a Celebration of the Woodhouse Report: "Compensation for Personal Injury in New Zealand. Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, Auckland, 13 Decem (2007)

Accident Compensation: Forty Years on symposium paper: The "Way Forward" - CTU perspective (39.7KB) The "Way Forward" - CTU perspective, Rob Laurs. Accident Compensation: Forty Years on - a Celebration of the Woodhouse Report: "Compensation for Personal Injury in New Zealand. Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, Auckland, 13 December 2007. The ACC (2007)

Accident Compensation: Forty Years on symposium paper: The Woodhouse vision: 40 years in practice (42KB) The Woodhouse vision: 40 years in practice, Ross Wilson, Chair ACC Board. Accident Compensation: Forty Years on - a Celebration of the Woodhouse Report: "Compensation for Personal Injury in New Zealand. Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, Auckland, (2007)

Accident Compensation: Forty Years on symposium paper: Tribute to Sir Owen Woodhouse (38.3KB) Tribute to Sir Owen Woodhouse, Ted Thomas. Accident Compensation: Forty Years on - a Celebration of the Woodhouse Report: "Compensation for Personal Injury in New Zealand. Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, Auckland, 13 December 2007. (2007)

Business and Economics Information Services (BEIS)

Additional ACC research resources are available from the University of Auckland Business and Economics Information Services (BEIS) website.

BEIS ACC research library resources

Other publications database

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