Australian Bureau of Statistics. Census of Population and Housing, unpublished statistics, 1986, 1991, 1996, 2001.
Bell, M. 1996Understanding Internal Migration, Bureau of Immigration, Multicultural and Population ResearchAustralian Government Publishing ServiceCanberraGoogle Scholar Berry, B.J.L., Kasarda, J.D. 1977Contemporary Urban EcologyMacmillanNew York and LondonGoogle Scholar Bogue, D. 1969Principles of DemographyJohn Wiley and SonsNew YorkGoogle Scholar
BIMPR (Bureau of Immigration, Multicultural and Population Research) Settler Arrivals, various issues.
Boyer T.M., 1995: Instant Kiwis? – A Study of Migration and Adaptation of the Auckland Taiwanese Community. Unpublished M.A. Thesis, Department of Geography, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Brown L.A. and Moore E.G., 1970: The intra-urban migration process: a perspective. Geografiska Annaler
52, Ser. B, 1, 1–13.
Brown L.A. and Moore E.G., 1971: The intra-urban migration process: a perspective. In: Bourne L.S. (ed.), Internal Structure of the City: Readings on Space and Environment. pp. 200–209. Oxford University Press, New York
Burnley, I. 1996
Relocation of overseas-born population in SydneyNewton, P.W.Bell, M. eds. Population Shift: Mobility and Change in AustraliaAustralian Government Publishing ServiceCanberraGoogle Scholar
Burnley, I. 2001The Impact of Immigration on Australia: A Demographic ApproachOxford University PressVictoriaGoogle Scholar Chiang, N. 2004aDynamics of self-employment and ethnic business among Taiwanese in AustraliaInternational Migration42153173CrossRefGoogle Scholar Chiang, N. 2004bMiddle-class Taiwanese immigrant women adapt to life in Australasia: case studies from Transnational householdsAsian Journal of Women Studies103157CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Chiang N., Chao C.H. and Hsu J.C., 1998: Contemporary immigration of Chinese to North America and Australia. Journal of Geographical Science, National Taiwan University 24: 59–84. (In Chinese).
Chiang N. and Hsu J.C. 2000: Location decisions and economic incorporation of Taiwanese migrants in Sydney, Journal of Geographical Science, National Taiwan University 27: 1–20. (In Chinese).
Chiang, N., Kuo, W. 2000An examination of employment structure of Taiwanese immigrants in AustraliaAsian Pacific and Migration Journal9459481Google Scholar
Chiang N. and Song Y.L., 2001: Employment patterns of Taiwanese migrants in Australia. Journal of Geographical Science, National Taiwan University 29: 1–26. (In Chinese).
Coughlan, J.E. 1998
The changing characteristics of Chinese migrants to Australia during the 1980s and early 1990sSinn, E. eds. The Last Half Century of Chinese OverseasUniversity of Hong Kong PressHong KongGoogle Scholar
DIMA (Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs): Settler Arrivals, various issues.
DIMIA (Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs) 2003: Community Information Summary: The Taiwan-born Community.
Hsu J.C., 2002: Residential choice and decision-making process of Taiwanese migrants in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Chinese Cultural University. (in Chinese)
Hugo, G. 1995Understanding Where Immigrants LiveAustralian Government Publishing ServiceCanberraGoogle Scholar Hugo, G. 1996
Global mobilityNewton, P.W.Bell, M. eds. Population Shift: Mobility and Change in AustraliaAustralian Government Publishing ServiceCanberraGoogle Scholar
Ip D., Anstee M. and Wu C.T. 1998: Cosmopolitanizing Australian Suburbia: Asian Immigration in Sunnybank. Journal of Population Studies: 53–79.
Ip, D., Wu, C.T., Inglis, C. 1998Settlement experiences of the Taiwanese immigrants in AustraliaAsian Studies Review22219Google Scholar Ip, M. 2003
Seeking the last utopia: the Taiwanese in New ZealandIp, M. eds. Unfolding History, Evolving Identity: The Chinese in New ZealandAuckland University PressAucklandGoogle Scholar
Kee, P. 1999The Australian census as an imperfect tool for understanding the Chinese diaspora community. Proceedings of Symposium on Year 2000 Census and Related ProblemsROC Population AssociationTaipeiGoogle Scholar Kosinski, L.A., Prothero, R.M. 1970
Migration and Population Pressures on ResourcesZelinsky, W.Kosinski, L.A.Prothero, R.M. eds. Geography and a Crowding WorldOxford University PressNew YorkGoogle Scholar
Johnston, R., Forrest, J., Poulsen, M. 2001The geography of an ethnicity: residential segregation of birthplace and language groups in Sydney, 1996Housing Studies16569594CrossRefGoogle Scholar Massey, D.S., Bitterman, B. 1985Explaining the paradox of Puerto Rican segregationSocial Forces64306330CrossRefGoogle Scholar Moore, E.G. 1972Residential Mobility in the City, Commission on College Geography Resource Paper No. 13Association of American GeographersWashington D.C.Google Scholar Murphy, J. 1997Initial Location Decisions of ImmigrantsDepartment of Immigration and Multicultural AffairsCanberraGoogle Scholar Pahl, R.E. 1979
Socio-political factors in resource allocationHerbert, D.T.Smith, D.M. eds. Social Problems and the City: Geographical PerspectivesOxford University PressOxford3346Google Scholar
Rossi, P.H. 1955Why Families Move: A Study in the Social Psychology of Urban Residential MobilityThe Free PressNew YorkGoogle Scholar
Schak D., 1999: Middle-class migration and problems of adjustment: Taiwanese business migrants in Brisbane. In: Tseng Y.F., Bulbeck C., Chiang N. and Hsu R. (eds), Asian Migration: Pacific Rim Dynamics. Monograph No. 1. Taipei: Interdisciplinary Group for Australian Studies, National Taiwan University.
Short, J.R. 1984The Urban Arena: Capital, State and Community in Contemporary BritainMacmillanLondonGoogle Scholar Tam, M. 2003
Empowering mobility: “Astronaut” women in AustraliaLee, E.W.Y. eds. Gender and Change in Hong Kong: Globalization, Postcolonialism, and Chinese PatriarchyUBC PressVancouverGoogle Scholar
Tonkin, S. 1993Initial Location Decisions of Immigrants: Results from the Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Australia (LSIA) PilotBureau of Immigration and Population ResearchCanberraGoogle Scholar
Wang L., 1993: Immigration and Settlement – Hong Kong Immigrants in Sydney, Australia. Unpublished M.A. Thesis, School of Geography, University of New South Wales, Australia.
White, S., Williams, L. 1996
Initial location decisions of immigrantsNewton, P.W.Bell, M. eds. Population Shift: Mobility and Change in AustraliaAustralian Government Publishing ServiceCanberra2222Google Scholar
Wolpert, J. 1965Behavioral aspects of the decision to migratePapers and Proceedings of the Regional Science Association1515969CrossRefGoogle Scholar Wolpert, J. 1966Migration as an adjustment to environmental stressJournal of Social Issues2292102CrossRefGoogle Scholar Wu, C.T., Ip, D., Inglis, C. 1998
Settlement experiences of recent Chinese immigrants in Australia: a comparison of settlers from Hong Kong, Taiwan and ChinaSinn, E. eds. The Last Half Century of Chinese Overseas.University of Hong Kong PressHong KongGoogle Scholar
Xu, L., Liaw, K.-L. 2003Explanation of Initial Destination Choices of Skilled Immigrants from Hong Kong, China and Taiwan to Canada: 1983–1999Journal of Population Studies262670Google Scholar
Yu Z. 2005: A different path to homeownership: the case of Taiwanese immigrants in Los Angeles. Housing Studies forthcoming