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Research using administrative data to support the work of the Expert Panel on Modernising Child, Youth and Family Authors:Robert Templeton, Sarah Crichton, Sarah Tumen (The Treasury) and David Rea, Rissa Ota and Debra Small (Ministry of Social Development)

By: Templeton, Robert.
Contributor(s): Crichton, Sarah | Tumen, Sarah | Rea, David | Ota, Rissa | Small, Debra.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Analytical paper.Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand : New Zealand Treasury, 2016Description: electronic document (43 pages); PDF file: 624.81 KB; available in HTML.ISBN: 978 - 0 - 908337 - 75 - 0.Subject(s): New Zealand. Child, Youth and Family | New Zealand. Ministry of Social Development | New Zealand Treasury | DATA ANALYSIS | GOVERNMENT POLICY | ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES | CHILD PROTECTION | CHILD WELFARE | CHILDREN | ECONOMIC ASPECTS | SOCIAL SERVICES | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online Analytical paper, 2016, 16/03
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Analytical paper, 2016, 16/03

"This paper sets out the findings from three studies that were undertaken to support the work and analysis of the Expert
Panel on Modernising Child, Youth and Family. The studies
provide new insights into both the extent of contact with Child, Youth and Family, outcomes for children and young people who have contact with the agency and some of the associated long-
term fiscal costs. The studies were undertaken using newly linked administrative data. The first study was conducted in early 2015 and used the Integrated Child Dataset. The other two studies were undertaken later in 2015 and used the Integrated Data Infrastructure. As well as providing important new findings, the studies also demonstrate the future potential for using new linked administrative data to understand child and youth development and informing the design and delivery of effective services for vulnerable children and their families." (Authors' abstract). Record #5055