Publications

2016

  • Amore, Kate. 2016. “Severe Housing Deprivation in Aotearoa / New Zealand 2001-2013.” Wellington: He Kainga Oranga
  • Chisholm, Elinor, Philippa Howden-Chapman, and Geoff Fougere. 2016. “The Application of Hirschman’s Exit-Voice Framework to Housing Studies: A Review and Some Ways Forward.” Housing, Theory and Society 33 (4): 381–402. doi:10.1080/14036096.2016.1188849.
  • Grimes, Arthur, Nick Preval, Chris Young, Richard Arnold, Tim Denne, Philippa Howden-Chapman, and Lucy Telfar-Barnard. 2016. “Does Retrofitted Insulation Reduce Household Energy Use? Theory and Practice.” The Energy Journal 37 (4). http://dx.doi.org/10.5547/01956574.37.4.agri.
  • Keall, M. D., Pierse, N., Howden-Chapman, P., Guria, J., Cunningham, C. W., & Baker, M. G. (2016). Cost—benefit analysis of fall injuries prevented by a programme of home modifications: A cluster randomised controlled trial. Injury Prevention. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1136/injuryprev-2015-041947
  • O’Sullivan, Kimberley, Lucy Telfar Barnard, and Helen Viggers. 2016. “Child and Youth Fuel Poverty : Assessing the Known and Unknown.” People, Place and Policy: 77–87. doi:10.3351/ppp.0010.0001.0006.

2015

  • Howden-Chapman, Philippa, Kate Amore, Sarah Bierre, Elinor Chisholm, Anna Hamer-Adams, Jenny Ombler, and Kimberley O’Sullivan. 2015. “What Effect Will the 2015 Budget Have on Housing?” Policy Quarterly 11 (3): 13–19.
  • Keall, M. D., N. Pierse, P. Howden-Chapman, C. Cunningham, M. Cunningham, J. Guria and M. G. Baker (2015). “Home modifications to reduce injuries from falls in the Home Injury Prevention Intervention (HIPI) study: a cluster-randomised controlled trial.” The Lancet 385: 231–238
  • Oliver, J., Pierse, N., & Baker, M. G. (2015). Estimating rheumatic fever incidence in New Zealand using multiple data sources.Epidemiology & Infection, 143(1), 167-177. doi: 10.1017/s0950268814000296
  • O’Sullivan, K Howden-Chapman, P, and G Fougere. 2015.  Fuel poverty, policy, and equity in New Zealand: The promise of prepayment metering, Energy Research & Social Science 7 (2015) 99–107

2014

  • Bierre, S., Mark, B., Howden-Chapman, P.  2014. Decent Expectations? The Use and Interpretation of Housing Standards in Tenancy Tribunals in New Zealand. New Zealand University Law Review Vol,26 No2, PP153-185
  • Howden-Chapman, P, Rosemary Goodyear, Amber L. Pearson, Elinor Chisholm, Kate Amore, Graciela Rivera-Munoz, and E. Woodbury. 2014. “Rebuilding Christchurch: A Case of the Inverse Care Law.” In Once in a Lifetime: City-Building After Disaster in Christchurch, edited by Barnaby Bennett, James Dann, Emma Johnson, and Ryan Reynolds. Christchurch: Freerange Press.

2013

2012

  • Baker, M., Telfar-Barnard, L., Kvalsvig, A., Verrall, A., Zhang, J., Keall, M., Wilson, N., Wall, T. Howden-Chapman, P. Increasing incidence and inequalities in infectious diseases in a developed country. The Lancet, 2012, D-11-03603R2.
  • The distribution of household crowding in New Zealand: An analysis based on 1991 to 2006 Census data Michael Baker, Rosemary Goodyear, Lucy Telfar Barnard, Philippa Howden-Chapman. He Kainga Oranga/Housing and Health Research Programme, University of Otago, 2012

2011

  • Amore, K., Baker, M., Howden-Chapman, P. A critical review of the ETHOS definition and classification of homelessness, European Journal of Homelessness, 2011, 5, 2, 19-37.
  • Carroll, P., Casswell, S., Howden-Chapman, P. The Widening Gap: perceptions of poverty and income inequalities and implications of population health. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 2011, 37,1-12..
  • Howden-Chapman, P., Chandola, T., Stafford, M., Marmot, M. Does housing predict mental health status in older people in Whitehall II? BMC Public Health, 2011,11:682 doi:10.1186/1471-2458-11-682..
  • Howden-Chapman, P, Chapman, R., Capon, A, Wilson, N. Carbon pricing is a health protection policy, Australian Medical Journal, 2011, 195, 6, 311-312..
  • Howden-Chapman, P., Hales, S., Chapman, R. & Shaw, C. Improving air quality: co-benefits for the urban system, Air Quality and Climate Change, 2011, 45,4,19-23.
  • Howden-Chapman P., Crane, J., Chapman, R. & Fougere, G. Improving health through community-based housing interventions, International Journal of Public Health, 2011, DOI 10.1007/s00038-011-0287-z ..
  • Howden-Chapman, P., Viggers, H., Chapman, H., O’Sullivan, K., Telfar-Barnard, K., Lloyd, B. Tackling cold housing and fuel poverty in New Zealand: a review of policies, research and health impacts. Energy Policy, Fuel Poverty comes of age: 21 years of research into fuel poverty, 2011, doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2011.09.044 .
  • Keall, M., Guria, J., Howden-Chapman, P. Estimation of the social costs of home injury, Accident Analysis & Prevention, 2011, 43, 998-1002.O’Sullivan, K., Howden-Chapman, P., Fougere, G. Making the connection: the relationship between fuel poverty, electricity disconnection and prepayment metering. Energy Policy, 2011; 39: 733-741. .
  • O’Sullivan, K., Howden-Chapman, P., Fougere, G. Making the connection: the relationship between fuel poverty, electricity disconnection and prepayment metering. Energy Policy, 2011; 39: 733-741.
  • Cost Benefit Analysis of the Warm Up New Zealand : Heat Smart Programme Arthur Grimes, Tim Denne, Philippa Howden-Chapman, Richard Arnold, Lucy Telfar-Barnard, Nicholas Preval and Chris Young. A report prepared for Ministry of Economic Development, October 2011 Revised June 2012
  • Warming Up New Zealand: Impacts of the New Zealand Insulation Fund on Metered Household Energy Use (pdf) Arthur Grimes, Chris Young, Richard Arnold, Tim Denne, Philippa Howden-Chapman, Nicholas Preval and Lucy Telfar-Barnard. A report prepared for Ministry of Economic Development, October 2011
  • Howden-Chapman, P., Ruthe, C. & Crichton, S. Habitable houses: lessons learned? In The Leaky Building Crisis: Understanding the issues. Wellington, Thomson Reuters, 2011, 303-315.
  • Lucy Telfar Barnard, Nick Preval, Philippa Howden-Chapman, Richard Arnold, Chris Young, Arthur Grimes, and Tim Denne. The impact of retrofitted insulation and new heaters on health services utilisation and costs, pharmaceutical costs and mortality; Evaluation of Warm Up New Zealand: Heat Smart (pdf) – A report prepared for Ministry of Economic Development, October 2011

2010

  • Chapman, R. Howden-Chapman, P. Urban form and transport; the transition to resilient cities Howden-Chapman, P., Stuart, K. & Chapman, R. (Eds.) Sizing up the City: Urban form and transport in New Zealand. Wellington, Steele Roberts, 2010, pp 7-17.
  • Close-contact infectious diseases in New Zealand: Trends and ethnic inequalities in hospitalisations, 1989-2008. (PDF) Michael Baker, Lucy Telfar Barnard, Jane Zhang, Ayesha Verrall, Philippa Howden-Chapman. A report prepared for the Maori Health Directorate, Ministry of Health, June 2010.
  • Preval, N. Chapman, R. Howden-Chapman, P. For whom the city? Housing and locational preferences in New Zealand. Howden-Chapman, P., Stuart, K. & Chapman, R. (Eds.) Sizing up the City: Urban form and transport in New Zealand. Wellington, Steele Roberts, 2010, pp 34-51.
  • Howden-Chapman, P., Stuart, K. & Chapman, R. (Eds.) Sizing up the City: Urban form and transport in New Zealand. Wellington, Steele Roberts, 2010.
  • Howden-Chapman, P. et al.(2010). Climate change and human health: Impact and adaptation issues for New Zealand. In: Climate change adaptation in New Zealand: Future scenarios and some sectoral perspectives. Nottage, R.A.C. et al, (eds). NZ Climate Change Centre, Wellington, pp 112-121.
  • Hales S, Blakely T, Foster RH, Baker MG, Howden-Chapman P. Seasonal patterns of mortality in relation to social factors. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 2010, doi:10.1136/jech.2010.111864. .
  • Howden-Chapman, P. Evidence-based politics: How successful are government reviews as policy instruments to reduce health inequalities? Social Science and Medicine, 2010, 1240-1243..
  • Keall, M., Baker, M., Howden-Chapman, P. Cunningham, M, Ormandy, D. Assessing housing quality and its impact on health, safety and sustainability. JECH, 2010, 64: 765 – 771..
  • Preval, N., Chapman, R., Pierse, N., Howden-Chapman, P. and the Housing, Heating and Health Team. Evaluating Energy, Health and Carbon Co-benefits from Improved Domestic Space Heating: A Randomised Community Trial. Energy Policy, 2010, 38; 9:3965-3972. .
  • Zhao, P. & Howden-Chapman, P. Social inequalities in mobility: the impact of the hukou system on migrants’ job accessibility and commuting costs in Bejing. International Development & Planning Review, 2010, 32, 3-4, 363-384. doi:10.3228/idpr.2010.13.
  • Chapman, R., Howden-Chapman, P., Viggers, H., et al., Retrofitting housing with insulation: a cost-benefit analysis of a randomised community trial. JECH, 2009; 63: 271- 277.

2009

  • Howden-Chapman, P., Viggers, H., Chapman, R., et al., Warm Homes: drivers of demand for heating in the residential sector in New Zealand. Energy Policy, 2009, 37, 3387-3399..
  • Pene, G., Peita, M., Howden-Chapman, P. Living the Tokelauan way in New Zealand, Social Policy Journal, 2009, 35, 79-92.
  • Howden-Chapman, P., Bennett, J., Siebers, R. (Eds) Do damp and mould matter? Health impact of leaky homes. Wellington, Steele Roberts, 2009, 172p [ISBN 978-1-877448-89-8].
  • Taranaki home injury hazards study article in “Build” magazine (PDF). Dr Michael Keall, Dr Venugopal Kamalesh, Associate Professor Michael Baker and Professor Philippa Howden-Chapman. 2009

2008

2007

2006

2005 and prior