Mrs Janet Wall
Janet Wall is currently the Centre Administrator for the Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research and the Centre for Housing, Urban and Regional Planning (CHURP) at the University of Adelaide. Prior to this she was a Senior Research Officer in the Department of Geography, Environment and Population. From 1982 to 2015 she worked closely with Professor Graeme Hugo on his research projects and publications, including the Atlas of the Australian People series based on the 1986, 1991 and 1996 censuses and funded by the former Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs, his Federation Fellowship on “The New Paradigm of International Migration To and From Australia: Dimensions, Causes and Implications” (2002-2006) and Australian Professorial Fellowship on “Circular Migration in Asia, the Pacific and Australia: Empirical, Theoretical and Policy Dimensions” (2010-2014), both funded by the Australian Research Council. She has provided specialised literature searches, demographic data collection and analysis, especially relating to migration and editorial assistance.
|2017||Bedford, R., Bedford, C., Wall, J. & Young, M. (2017). Managed temporary labour migration of Pacific Islanders to Australia and New Zealand in the early twenty-first century. Australian Geographer, 48, 1, 27-36.
|2016||Hugo, G., Wall, J. & Young, M. (2016). Migration in Australia and New Zealand. In M. White (Ed.), International Handbook of Migration and Population Distribution (pp. 333-370). Netherlands: Springer.
|2015||Hugo, G. & Wall, J. (2015). Climate change and environmental influences on Australia's population distribution. In C. Butler, J. Dixon & A. Capon (Eds.), Health of People, Places and Planet: Reflections based on Tony McMichael’s four decades of contribution to epidemiological understanding (pp. 177-196). Acton, ACT, Australia: Australian National University Press.|
|2016||Gamlen, A. J., Bardsley, D., Tan, Y. & Wall, J. (2016). Keynote Address - Weaving the strands: A review of Graeme Hugo's work on environmental migration. The Hugo Conference: Environment, Migration, Politics, 3-5 Nov.. University of Liege.|
|2015||Hugo, G., Wall, J. & Young, M., (2015). The Southeast Asia-Australia regional migration system: some insights into the “new emigration”, Migration Policy Institute, Washington,|
|2011||Hugo, G. J., Vas Dev, S., Wall, J., Young, M. E., Sharma, V. & Parker, K., (2011). Economic, social and civic contributions of first and second generation humanitarian entrants, Department of Immigration and Citizenship,|