Andrew Taylor

Associate Professor, PhD

Registered to supervise postgraduate research

PhD projects

- Population turnover in Northern Australia
- Methods for visualizing and representing population change
- Understanding Indigenous identity in official statistics
- Migration flows
- Demography and policy
- Applied demography


Research activity per year

Personal profile

Research interests

I work as part of the Demography and Growth Planning research team at the Northern Institute of Charles Darwin University to understand the causes and consequences of population changes for the Northern Territory of Australia and nationally. With expert knowledge of relevant data, I am particularly interested in relationships between changing populations, economies and communities. I aim to provide evidence-based advice to policy makers, NGOs and other practitioners for the benefit of our communities and our diverse societies.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Investigations of Changing Indigenous Migration Practices for the Northern Territory of Australia: Theoretical and Policy Implications

Award Date: 19 Oct 2012

Master, A critical evaluation of aspects of the tourism information commodity marketplace in Australia and some implications for innovation in tourism, Southern Cross University

Award Date: 22 May 2006

Bachelor, B.A. Double major Economics, Major Geography, University of Queensland

Award Date: 5 Aug 1991


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