Other Conference Papers/Public Lectures

Papers and presentations related to the HILDA Survey from around the world.

2016

2016

2015

2014

  • Ambrey, C.L., Manning, M., Fleming, C.M. and Smith, C.
    On the Confluence of Freedom of the Press, Control of Corruption and Social Welfare

    Paper presented at the SIBR–RDINRRU Conference on Interdisciplinary Business and Economics Research, Hong Kong, 27–28 September.

  • Baxter, S., Sanderson, K., Venn, A., Otahal, P. and Palmer, A.J.
    Construct Validity of SF-6D Health State Utility Values in an Employed Population

    Paper presented at the 6th Asia-Pacific International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Conference, Beijing, China, 6–9 September.

    • Also presented at the 21st Annual International Society of Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL) Conference, Berlin, Germany, 15–18 October.
  • Buddelmeyer, H.
    The Psychic Cost of Children

    Paper presented at the European Meeting of the Econometric Society, Toulouse, France, 23–30 August.

  • Chesters, J.
    Does Investment in Human Capital via the Completion of a Certificate-Level Post-School Qualification Pay Off for Early School Leavers

    Paper presented at the Australian Sociological Association Conference, Monash University, Melbourne, 25–28 November.

  • Chesters, J. and Baffour, B.
    Combining Education and Employment Rather than Transitioning: How Young Australians Adapted to Changing Labour Market Conditions 2001–2013

    Paper presented at the Scientific Committee of the European Research Network on Transitions in Youth Conference, Barcelona, 3–6 September.

  • Chesters, J. and Baffour, B.
    School-to-Work Transitions Before, During and After the Global Financial Crisis in Australia

    Paper presented at the International Sociological Association World Congress, Yokohama, Japan, 13–19 July.

  • Currie, P., Smith, T.G. and Stillman, S.
    Is Job Insecurity Making Australians Fat? Evidence from Panel Data on Perceived Risk of Job Loss

    Paper presented at the Agricultural and Applied Econometrics Association Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 27–29 July.

  • Ding, N.
    The Effect of Extreme Heat on Mental Health – Evidence from Australia

    Paper presented at the 20th IEA World Congress of Epidemiology, Anchorage, Alaska, 17–21 August.

  • Forlani, E., Lodigiani, E., and Mendolicchio, C.
    Impact of Low‐Skilled Immigration on Female Labour Supply

    Paper presented at:

    • 26th Annual Conference of the European Association of Labour Economists (EALE), Ljubljana, Slovenia, 18–20 September
    • 2014 Annual International Development Economics Conference of the German Economic Association, Verein für Socialpolitik, Passau, Germany, 27–28 June
    • 28th Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics (ESPE), Braga, Portugal, 18–21 June
    • PhD seminar, invited presentation, Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany, 2 June.
  • Hyslop, D.
    The Distributional Effects of the Australian Cash Bonus Payments: Response to the Global Financial Crisis

    Paper presented at the 55th Annual Conference of the New Zealand Association of Economists, Auckland, 2–4 July.

  • Kaplan, G., Violante, G.L. and Weidner, J.
    The Wealthy Hand-to-Mouth

    Paper presented at the Brookings Panel on Economic Activity, Falk Auditorium, Washington DC, 20–21 March.

  • Kugler, F., Wiencierz, A. and Wunder, C.
    Working Hours Mismatch and Well-Being: Comparative Evidence from Australian and German Panel Data

    Paper presented at the European Association of Labour Economists Conference, Ljubljana, 18–20 September.

  • Li, J., Burch, T. and Lee, T
    The Interactive Effect of Job Complexity Trajectory, Autonomy, and Emotional Stability on Job Stress.

    Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1–5 August.

  • Li, J., Duncan, A. and Miranti, R.
    Underemployment among mature age workers in Australia

    Paper presented at the 42nd Australian Conference of Economists, Perth, 7–10 July.

  • Li, J. and Kinfu, Y.
    The Effects of Socio-Economic and Risk Factors on Cardiovascular and Circulatory Diseases: With Corrections for Co-Morbidity, Endogeneity and Selection Biases

    Paper presented at the 36th Australian Health Economics Society Conference, Adelaide, 25–26 September.

  • Martin, B., Tomaszewski, W., and Hewitt, B.
    When ‘non-standard’ is the norm: women’s employment and careers in female occupations .

    Paper presented at the TASA annual conference, Adelaide, Australia.

  • Nguyen, H.
    The Dynamics of Informal Care Provision in the Australian Household Panel Survey: Previous Work Characteristics and Future Care Provision

    Paper presented at the 2014 Netspar International Pension Workshop, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 29–31 January.

    • Also presented at the 25th Australian Labour Market Workshop, Fremantle, 10–11 November.
  • Nguyen, H.
    Exchange Rate Fluctuations and Immigrants’ Labour Market Outcomes: New Evidence from Australian Household Panel Data

    Paper presented at the 25th Australian Labour Market Workshop, Fremantle, 10–11 November.

  • Nguyen, H.
    Informal Care Intensity and Labour Market Outcomes: Evidence from Instrumental Variable Panel Data Models

    Paper presented at the 5th Econometrics and Health Economics Conference, Fremantle, 14–16 April.

  • Poehl, J., and Vance, L
    Labour Market Transitions in a Period of structural Change: Upskilling and Reskilling in Australia

    Paper presented at the Australian Labour Market Research Workshop, Melbourne, 6–7 February.

  • Powell, A. and Zhu, A.
    Non-Standard Employment and Job Satisfaction in Australia

    Paper presented at the 28th Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand Conference, Melbourne, 5–7 February.

  • Powell, A. and Zhu, A.
    Trends in the Availability and Take-Up of Flexible Work Arrangements in Australia 2001–2010

    Paper presented at the Work and Family Researchers Network Conference, New York, 19–21 June.

  • Thomson, K. and Kapuscinski, C.A.
    Experimental Estimates of Indigenous Employment from Administrative Data

    Paper presented at the Australian Labour Market Research Workshop, Melbourne, 6–7 February.

  • Ulichny, J., Ambrey, C.L. and Fleming, C.M.
    Pretty in Prozac: The Role of Social Connectedness in Explaining the Declining Life Satisfaction of Australian Females.

    Paper presented at the Global Gender Economics Conference, Sydney, 10–11 June.

    • Also presented at the Australian Conference of Economists (ACE) and Econometric Society Australasian Meeting (ESAM), Hobart, 3 July.
  • Wen, L. and Maani. S.
    A Longitudinal Analysis on the Incidence of Over-Education among Immigrants and its Impacts on Earnings

    Paper presented at the 55th New Zealand Association of Economists, 2–4 July.

  • Watson, I.
    Wage inequality and neoliberalism: Insights from quantile regression

    Paper presented at the University of New South Wales Social Policy Research Centre seminar series 2014, 8 April.

  • Watson, N.
    The Impact of Following Rules on the Sample Composition of Household Based Panel Studies

    Paper presented at the International Panel Survey Methods Workshop, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 20–21 May.

  • Watson, N.
    Dealing with Deaths in Longitudinal Surveys

    Paper presented at the Australian Statistical Conference, Sydney, 7–10 July.

  • Wilkins, R.
    Measuring Top Incomes Using Tax Record Data: A Cautionary Tale from Australia

    Paper presented at the Royal Economic Society, Manchester, United Kingdom, 7–9 April.

    • Also presented at the Journées d’Economie Publique Louis-André Gérard-Varet, Aix en Provence, France, 26 June.
  • Wooden, M.
    Non-Standard ‘Contingent’ Employment and Job Satisfaction’ a Panel Data Analysis

    Paper presented at the Future of Non-permanent Employment Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand, 24–26 February.

2013

  • Ambrey, C.L.
    The Causal Effect of Income on Life Satisfaction and the Implications for the Life Satisfaction Approach.

    Paper presented to the 26th PhD Conference in Economics and Business, Canberra, 7–9 November.

  • Ambrey, C.L., Chan, A. and Fleming, C.M.
    Estimating the Cost of Air Pollution in South East Queensland: An Application of the Life Satisfaction Non-Market Valuation Approach.

    Paper presented to the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics 57th Annual Conference, Sydney, 26 July.

    • Also presented at the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 20th Annual Conference, Toulouse, France, 29 July
  • Ambrey, C.L., Fleming, C.M. and Manning, M.
    Greenspace and Life Satisfaction: The Moderating Role of Fear of Crime in the Neighbourhood.

    Paper presented to the Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics Conference, Canberra, 11–14 November.

  • Ambrey, C.L. and Fleming, C.M.
    The Influence of the Natural Environment and Climate on Life Satisfaction in Australia.

    Paper presented to the 55th Annual Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society National Conference, Melbourne, 22 January.

  • Ambrey, C.L., Fleming, C.M. and Manning, M.
    Economics, Happiness and the Environment: Evidence from Australia.

    Paper presented at the New Directions in Welfare III OECD-Universities Joint Conference on ‘Economics for a Better World’, Paris, France, 3–5 July.

    • Also presented at the 8th Annual Green Economics Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom, 18 July.
  • Burch, T., Mitchell, T. and Lee, T.
    A Dynamic Approach to Pay and Happiness: The Impact of Pay Trajectory on Job and Life Satisfaction.

    Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Orlando, Florida, 9–13 August.

  • Burnett, J., Davis, K., Murawski, C., Wilkins, R. and Wilkinson, N.
    Measuring Retirement Savings Adequacy in Australia

    Paper prepared for the Melbourne Money and Finance Conference, 2 July.

  • Chesters, J.
    VET Qualifications and the Employment Outcomes of Early School Leavers

    Paper presented at the NCVER No Frills Conference, Mooloolaba, 10–12 July.

  • Chesters, J.
    Within-Generation Social Mobility in Australia: The Effect of Returning to Education on Occupational Status and Earnings

    Paper presented at the RC28 ‘New Horizons in Research on Stratification, Mobility and Inequality’ Conference, Brisbane, 16–20 July.

  • Costilla, R. and Ivy, L.
    Cluster Analysis for Longitudinal Ordinal Data: A Likelihood-Based Approach Based on Finite Mixture Models

    Paper presented at the Joint Conference of the New Zealand Statistical Association and Operations Research Society of New Zealand, Hamilton, 24–27 November.

  • Forlani, E., Lodigiani, E., and Mendolicchio, C.
    Impact of Low‐Skilled Immigration on Female Labour Supply

    Paper presented at the NORFACE Migration Conference, Migration: Global Development, New  Frontiers, University College London, London, United Kingdom, 10–13 April.

  • Gordon, C. and Tanton, R.
    Incorporating Measures of Subjective Well-Being into the Measurement of Transport Equity

    Paper prepared for the Australasian Transport Research Forum 2013 Proceedings, Brisbane, 2–4 October.

  • Graham, M.
    Childlessness: A New Determinant of Women’s Health and Wellbeing Across the Life Course?

    Paper presented to the 21st IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion, Pattaya, Thailand, 25–29 August.

  • Haffner, M., Ong, R. and Wood, G.A.
    Mortgage Equity Withdrawal by Older Australians: Recent Trends, Institutional Settings and Perspectives.

    Paper presented to the European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) Conference, Tarragona, Spain, 19–22 June.

  • Headey, B., Muffels, R. and Wagner, G.G.
    Choices Which Change Life Satisfaction: Evidence from Germany, Britain and Australia.

    Paper presented to The German Socio-Economic Panel Conference on Happiness, Berlin, 20 September.

  • Johnson, D., Worthington, A. and Brimble, M.
    Building the Pillars of Retirement Income. What Role for Housing Equity in Easing Financial Stress in Later Retirement?.

    Paper presented to the Australasian Housing Researchers’ Conference (AHRC), Fremantle, 6–8 February.

  • Johnson, D., Worthington, A. and Brimble, M.
    The Potential Role of Housing Equity Withdrawal in Averting a Baby Boomer Cashflow Crisis in Later Retirement.

    Paper presented to the 2nd Personal Finance and Investments Symposium, Brisbane, 31 October–1 November.

  • Kiely, K.M. and Butterworth, P.
    Understanding the Dynamics of Welfare Receipt and Mental Health in Australia.

    Paper presented at the Australian Social Policy Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 16–18 September.

  • Li, J and Burch, T.
    The Joint Impact of Job Complexity, Autonomy, and Personality Differences on Employee Job Stress.

    Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Orlando, Florida, 9–13 August.

  • Loh, V.
    Social and Demographic Determinants of Productive Engagement by Older Australians.

    Paper presented at the 1st CEPAR International Conference, Sydney, 2–3 July.

  • Loh, V. and Hendig, H.
    Ageing Productively: Longitudinal Patterns Among Older Australians.

    Paper presented at the 20th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Seoul, Korea, 23–27 June.

  • Loh, V. and Hendig, H.
    Productive Engagement Across the Life Course: Paid Work and Beyond.

    Paper presented at the FaHCSIA Annual Social Policy Research Workshop, Canberra, 26–27 March.

  • Loh, V. and Hendig, H.
    Socioeconomic and Demographic Determinants of Future Engagement in Paid Work and Other Productive Activities.

    Paper presented to the Symposium conducted at the 10th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference, Perth, 3–6 July.

  • Luppi, F. and Mencarini, L.
    When the First Baby Arrives and the Second Loses Chance. Changing Couple’s Satisfaction and Fertility Expectation after the Arrival of the First Child.

    Paper presented to the GSP Giornate di Studio sulla Popolazione, 6–8 February.

    • Also presented at the IUSSP International Population Conference, Busan (Korea), 26–31 August.
  • Nguyen, H.T. and Connelly, L.B.
    The Effect of Unpaid Caregiving Intensity on Labour Force Participation: Results from a Multinomial Endogenous Treatment Model.

    Paper presented to the 9th World Congress on Health Economics, Sydney, 7–10 July.

  • Nguyen, H.T. and Connelly, L.B.
    The Dynamics of Informal Care Provision in the Australian Household Panel Survey: Previous Work Characteristics and Future Care Provision.

    Paper presented to the Asia-Pacific Conference on Economic Dynamics, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 21–22 November..

  • Ong, R. and Wood, G.
    The Housing Pathways of Older Marginal Homeowners in Australia.

    Paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Network for Housing Research (APNHR) Conference, Kuala Lumpur, 20–22 August.

  • Reimondos, A.
    How Accurate are Proxy Reports of Partner’s Pregnancy Wantedness?: Evidence from Australian Couples.

    Paper presented at the XXVII IUSSP International Population Conference, Busan, Republic of South Korea, 26–31 August.

  • Siahpush, M., Tibbits, M., Shaikh, R.A., Singh, G.K., Sikora, A. and Huang, T.K.
    Dieting Makes You Fat: The Effect of Dieting on Obesity in a Longitudinal National Sample of Adults in Australia.

    Paper presented at the 31st Annual Scientific Meeting of The Obesity Society, Atlanta, Georgia, 11–16 November.

  • Siahpush, M., Huang, T.K., Sikora, A., Tibbits, M., Shaikh, R.A. and Singh, G.K.
    Prolonged Financial Stress Predicts Subsequent Obesity: Results from a Prospective Study of an Australian National Sample.

    Paper presented at the 31st Annual Scientific Meeting of The Obesity Society, Atlanta, Georgia, 11–16 November.

  • Siahpush, M., Tibbits, M. and Shaikh, R.A.
    The Association of Lone Motherhood with Smoking Cessation and Relapse, and the Mediating Role of Socioeconomic Status, Social Support, and Mental Health: Prospective Results from an Australian national study.

    Paper presented at the SRNT Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, 26–31 August.

  • Sullivan, W., Hernández, M., Peasgood, T. and Stevenson, M.
    Drinking and Smoking: Two Health Behaviours that Should be Considered Together?.

    Paper presented at the Institute of Mathematics & its Applications (IMA) Conference on Quantitative Modelling in the Management of Health and Social Care, London, England, 25–27 March.

  • Watson, N.
    Evaluation of Weighting Methods to Integrate a New Top-Up Sample with an Ongoing Longitudinal Sample.

    Paper presented at the European Survey Research Association Conference, Slovenia, 15–19 July.

  • West, T. and Worthington, A.C.
    A Canonical Correlation Analysis of Financial Risk-Taking by Australian Households

    Paper presented to the American Council on Consumer Interests (ACCI) Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon, 10–12 April.

  • West, T. and Worthington, A.C.
    Macroeconomic Conditions and Australian Financial Risk Attitudes, 2001–10

    Paper presented to the School of Economics and Finance, Queensland University of Technology, 7 March.

  • Wilkins, R.
    Recent Trends in Top Incomes Share in Australia: Why Separating Capitals Gains in Tax Record Data Matter.

    Paper presented at the 2013 Allied Social Science Associations Annual Convention, San Diego, California, 4–6 January.

  • Wikins, R.
    Exploring the Complex Relationship between Inequality and Self-Reported Health: Evidence from Four Countries.

    Paper presented at the Understanding Society Research Conference, University of Essex, United Kingdom, 24–26 July.

  • Wood, G., Smith, S., Ong, R. and Cigdem, M.
    Building Resilient Housing Markets – Home Ownership and Affordable Rental Supply

    Paper presented at the AHURI Housing Research Seminar, Perth, 14 August.

  • Wooden, M.
    Chasing Hard to Get Cases in Panel Surveys: Is It Worth It?

    Paper presented at the Understanding Society Research Conference, University of Essex, United Kingdom, 24–26 July.

2012

  • Ambrey, C.L. and Fleming, C.M.
    Public Greenspace and Life Satisfaction in Urban Australia.

    Paper presented to the 56th Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Conference, Fremantle, 7–10 February.

  • Baker E, Mason K, Bentley R.
    Slippers and Stickers: A Longitudinal Approach to Housing Affordability Stress.

    Paper presented to the European Network of Housing Researchers Conference, Lillehammer, 24–27 June.

  • Baxter, J.
    Fathers’ Working Arrangements and Experiences of Work–Family Spillover .

    Paper presented to the YMCA Internal Launch of a Vic-Health Funded Program Focused on Gender Equity in the Workplace, Melbourne, 1 January.

  • Bentley, R., Mallett, S., Mason, K. and Baker, E.
    Precarious Housing and Health in Australia.

    Paper presented to the 6th Australasian Housing Researchers’ Conference, Adelaide, 8–10 February.

  • Blackman, A. and Murphy, L.
    Work and Family: Factors that Influence Perceptions of Stress, Health and Well-Being

    Paper presented to the Institute of Work Psychology International Conference, Sheffield, 26–28 June.

  • Brady, M. and Perales, F.
    The Relationship Between Single Mother’s Use of Mixed Care (Formal and Informal) and Their Labour Force Participation

    Paper presented at the Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Brisbane, 26–29 November.

  • Buddelmeyer, H., McVicar, D. and Wooden, M.
    Contraceptive Use Among Women Who Had No Intention of Getting Pregnant.

    Paper presented at the First National Sexual & Reproductive Health Conference, Melbourne, 20–21 November.

  • Cassells, R. and Miranti, R.
    Outside School Hours Care: Social Gradients and Patterns of Use

    Paper presented to the Out of School Hours Care and Women’s Labour Participation Workshop, University of Sydney, 21 March.

  • Chesters, J.
    The Effect of the GFC on the Distribution of Wealth in Australia

    Paper presented at the TASA Conference, Brisbane, 26–29 November.

  • Chesters, J.
    Social Mobility via Educational and Occupational Attainment: Evidence from Australia

    Paper presented at the ECSR Conference, Sweden, 24–26 September.

  • Chesters, J. and Watson, L
    Returns to Education: Does Age at Graduation Make a Difference?

    Paper presented at the Australian Labour Market Research Workshop, Canberra, 6–7 February.

  • Davis, K.
    Superannuation Over the Past Decade: Individual Experiences.

    Paper presented at the Conference of Major Superannuation Funds, Brisbane, 20–22 March .

    • Also presented at the 20th Annual Colloquium of Superannuation Researchers, UNSW, 12–13 July.
  • Dockery, A.M. and Miller, P.W.
    Over-Education, Under-Education and Credentialism in the Australian Labour Market .

    Paper presented at the 41st Australian Conference of Economists, Melbourne, 8–12 July.

  • Evans, A. and Gray, E.
    Entering a First Union in the 21st Century: Cohabitation and Living Apart Together.

    Paper presented to the Australian Population Association 16th Biennial Conference, Melbourne, 5–7 December.

  • Gray, E. and Dharmalingham, A.
    Contraception in 21st Century Australia.

    Paper presented to the Australian Population Association 16th Biennial Conference, Melbourne, 5–7 December.

  • Gray, E. and Evans, A.
    Repartnering in 21st Century Australia.

    Paper presented at the SSAI Australian Statistical Conference, Adelaide, 9–12 July.

  • Keegan, M, Harding, A. and Kelly, S.
    A Growing Divide? Retirement Incomes by Gender in Australia .

    Paper presented at the the 32nd General Conference of The International Association for Research in Income and Wealth, Boston, 5–11 August.

  • Lester, L.H., Baker, E., Mason, K. and Bentley, R.
    Unaffordable Housing: Are They Sources of Health Inequality in Australia?

    Paper presented at the 6th Australasian Housing Researchers’ Conference, Adelaide, 8–10 February.

  • Li, N.
    Testing Survey Data for Rounding Errors.

    Paper presented at the SSAI Australian Statistical Conference, Adelaide, 9–12 July.

  • Lillard, D.R., Burkhauser, R.V., Hahn, M.H. and Wilkins, R.
    Does the Income Share of the Top 1 Percent Predict Self-Reported Health of the 99 Percent? Evidence from Four Countries.

    Paper presented at the 10th International German Socio-Economic Panel User Conference, Berlin, 28–29 June.

  • Loh, V. and Kendig, H.
    Productive Engagement Across the Lifespan: Paid Work, Caregiving, and Volunteering.

    Paper presented at the Symposium conducted at the 45th Australian Association of Gerontology National Conference, Brisbane, 20–23 November.

  • Mason, K., Baker, E. and Bentley, R.
    Does Unaffordable Housing Affect the Mental Health of Renters and Owners Differently?

    Paper presented to 6th Australasian Housing Researchers’ Conference, Adelaide, 8–10 February.

  • Nguyen, H.T. and Connelly, L.B.
    The Effect of Unpaid Caregiving Intensity on Labour Force Participation: Results from a Multinomial Endogenous Treatment Model.

    Paper presented at the Centre of National Research on Disability and Rehabilitation Medicine (CONROD) Annual Scientific Meeting, Brisbane, 8 June.

  • Sattinger, M.
    Assignment Models and Quantitative Mismatches.

    Paper prepared for the Expert Workshop “Skill Mismatch and Firm Dynamics: Integrating Skills with the World of Work”,organized by the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP) and the Centre for Research in Employment, Skills & Society (CRESS), London, 27 April.

  • Tanton, R., Mohanty, I. and Hogan, A.
    Reasons for Homeo-Static Failure in Subjective Well-Being

    Paper presented to the 41st Australian Conference of Economists, Melbourne, 8–12 July.

    • Also presented to the NATSEM Well-Being and Quality of Life in Australia Workshop, 23 March.
  • Trinh, L., McGeechan, K. and Estoesta, J.
    Non-Standard Employment and Job Satisfaction: A Panel Data Analysis.

    Paper presented at the International Conference of the International Society of Quality of Life Studies, Venice, 1–4 November.

  • van Ingen, E. and Bekkers, R.
    Generalized Trust Through Civic Engagement? Evidence from Five National Panel Studies.

    Paper presented at the Expert Meeting on Social Capital, Maastricht, 25–26 May.

  • Wang, X. and Maani, S.
    Longitudinal Analysis of Assimilation, Ethnic Capital and Immigrants’ Earnings: Evidence from a Hausman–Taylor Estimation.

    Paper presented at the New Zealand Association of Economists Conference, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 27–29 June.

  • Watson, N.
    Measuring Employment: Exploring Bias in Inequality Research.

    Paper presented at the RC33 Eighth International Conference on Social Science Methodology, Sydney, 9–13 July.

  • Watson, N.
    Reaching the Homeless in Australia: A Longitudinal Study.

    Paper to be presented at the International Conference on Methods for Surveying and Enumerating Hard-to-Reach Populations, New Orleans, 31 October–3 November.

  • Watson, N.
    Weighting Strategy to Integrate a New Top-Up Sample with an Ongoing Longitudinal Sample.

    Paper presented at the SSAI Australian Statistical Conference, Adelaide, 9–12 July.

  • West, T. and Worthington, A.C.
    Financial Risk Attitudes in Australian Households: A Comparative Analysis of the Impact of Demographic and Socioeconomic Factors and Macroeconomic Conditions

    Paper presented to 25th Annual Australasian Finance and Banking Conference, Sydney, 16–18 December.

  • West, T. and Worthington, A.C.
    Financial Risk Attitudes and Macroeconomic Factors: Evidence from the HILDA Survey

    Paper presented at the European Financial Management Association Annual Meeting, Barcelona, 27–30 June.

  • West, T. and Worthington, A.C.
    The Relationship between Household Financial Risk Attitudes and Market Conditions in Australia: Longitudinal Evidence

    Paper presented to the 2012 Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference, Melbourne, 1–3 July.

  • Wilkins, R.
    Income Inequality and Mobility in Australia over the Last Decade.

    Paper presented at the Meeting of National Economic Research Organisations, OECD Headquarters, Paris, 18 June.

  • Wilkins, R.
    Gender Differences in Rates of Job Dismissal: Why Are Men More Likely to Lose Their Jobs?

    Paper presented at the Western Economic Association International 87th Annual Conference, San Francisco, 29 June–3 July.

  • Wood, G. and Ong. R.
    Sustaining Home Ownership in Australia: Emerging Policy Concerns .

    Presentation to the Australasian Housing Researchers Conference, Adelaide, 6–8 February .

  • Wooden, M.
    The Development of a Successful Household Panel Survey: The HILDA Experience .

    Presentation to MOTU Research Workshop “Issues and Options for a NZ Household Panel Survey”, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, 20 August.

2011

  • Ambrey, C.L. and Fleming, C.M.
    The Influence of the Natural Environment and Climate on Life Satisfaction in Australia.

    Paper presented at the 55th Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Conference, Melbourne, 8–11 February.

  • Ambrey, C.L. and Fleming, C.M.
    Valuing Ecosystem Diversity in South East Queensland: A Life Satisfaction Approach.

    Paper presented at the NZARES Conference, Tahuna Conference Centre Nelson, New Zealand. 25–26 August.

  • Baker, E., Mason, K., Bentley, R. and Mallett, S.
    Evidence on the Relationship Between Unaffordable Housing and Poor Health.

    Paper presented to the State of Australian Cities Conference, Melbourne, 30 November.

  • Bentley, R., Baker, E. and Mason, K.
    Is There a Gendered, Dose-dependent Mental Health Effect of Unaffordable Housing?

    Poster (no. 157) presentation at the Australasian Epidemiology Association Conference, Perth, 19–21 September.

  • Brandon, P.D.
    Nesting Elsewhere: Understanding Australian Youths’ Work and Educational Patterns and Early Partnering.

    Paper presented at the Advancing Child and Family Policy Through Research Conference, Canberra, 31 January–1 February.

  • Chesters, J.
    Wealth Inequality in Australia

    Paper presented at the Australian Sociological Association ‘Local Lives, Global Networks’ Conference, University of Newcastle, 28 November–1 December.

  • Chesters, J. and Watson, L.
    Returns to Education for those Returning to Education: Evidence from Australia.

    Paper presented at the ‘Positive Futures for Higher Education: Connections, Communities and Criticality’ SRHE Annual Research Conference, Wales, 7–9 December.

  • Colic-Peisker, V. and Wood, G.
    Housing Asset-Poor Older Australians: Pathways into Housing Assistance.

    Paper presented at the ENHR Conference, Toulouse, 5–8 July.

  • Dockery, A. M.
    Bending Over Backwards: What Can Happiness Tell Us About the Labour Supply Curve.

    Paper presented to the 30th Annual Conference of Economists, Australian National University, Canberra, 11–13 July.

  • Dorrian, J. and Skinner, N.
    Alcohol Consumption in Shiftworkers Compared to Dayworkers.

    Paper presented at the 20th International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time, Stockholm, Sweden, 28 June–1 July.

  • Hewitt, B.
    Short-term Physical, Emotional and Financial Wellbeing After Separation: Does Initiator Status Make a Difference?

    Paper presented at the Australian Institute of Family Studies Public Seminar Series, Melbourne, 15 May.

  • Hordacre, A. L.
    Making Quality Part-time Work.

    Paper presented at Safe Work Week, Adelaide, 25 October.

  • Hosking, S.
    The Influence of Children on Female Wages: Better or Worse in Australia?

    Paper presented at The Australian Demographic & Social Research Institute Seminar Program.

  • Keegan, M. and Kelly, S.
    Financing Retirement at the Individual and Couple Level.

    Paper presented at the 19th Annual Colloquium of Superannuation Researchers, Sydney, 14–15 July.

  • Kenny, P.
    The Health Related Quality of Life of Informal Carers in Australia.

    Paper presented at the 7th Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Adelaide, 5–7 December.

  • O’Brien, L.V., Berry, H.L., Burchell, J. and Upchurch, J.A.M.
    Community, Family and Work: Social Participation to Promote Mental Health and Wellbeing.

    Paper presented at the Public Health Association of Australia 41st Annual Conference, Brisbane, 26–28 September.

  • Olssen, A.
    The Short Run Effect of Age Based Minimum Wages in Australia: A Regression Discontinuity Approach.

    Paper presented at the New Zealand Association of Economists Conference, 29 June–1 July.

  • Ong, R.
    Modelling the Impacts of the Henry Review.

    Paper presented at the AHURI Research Seminar, Adelaide, 10 November.

  • Pullich, J. and Volery, T.
    Entrepreneurs’ Perception of Social Support and Health – Does Business Size Matter?

    Paper presented at the Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Syracuse, NY, 8–11 June.

  • Lowe, P.
    Changing Patterns in Household Saving and Spending.

    Paper presented at the Australian Economic Forum , Sydney, 22 September.

  • Sargent-Cox, K., Anstey, K.J., Kendig, H. and Skladzien, E.
    Symposium: The Value of Cross-national Comparison in Health and Wellbeing to Enhance Understanding of Ageing Well.

    Paper presented at the Asia-Pacific International Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Melbourne, 23–27 October.

  • Thomson, E., Lappegrd, T., Carlson, M., Evans, A. and Gray, E.
    Childbearing Across Partnerships in the U.S., Australia and Scandinavia.

    Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Washington, DC, 31 March–2 April.

  • Watson, I.
    Bridges, Traps and Half-Way Houses: Casualisation and Joblessness in Australia.

    Conference Paper for 13th Path to Full Employment / 18th National Unemployment Conference, University of Newcastle, 7–8 December.

  • Wood, G., Ong, R. and McMurray, C.
    Housing Tenure, Energy Expenditure and the Principal-Agent Problem in Australia.

    Paper presented at the 17th Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference, Gold Coast, 16–19 January.

2010

2009

2008

  • Andrienko, Y.
    Returns to Geographical Mobility: Evidence from HILDA Survey.

    Paper presented at the Australian Labour Market Research Workshop, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, 11–12 December.

  • Baker, E. and Bentley, R.
    Changing House, Changing Health? Exploring Health Effects of Housing in Two Residential Contexts.

    Paper presented to the European Network of Housing Researchers Conference, Residential Context of Health Working Group, Dublin, 6–9 July.

  • Baker, E. and Bentley, R.
    House, Health and Changing Place: Exploring the Mental Health Effects of Moving.

    Paper presented to the 32nd Australia and New Zealand Regional Science Association International (ANZRSAI)/ARC Research Network in Spatially Integrated Social Science (ARCRNSISS) Conference: People, Place and Space, Adelaide, 30 November–3 December.

  • Bauer, T.
    A Comparative Analysis of the Nativity Wealth Gap.

    Paper presented at the XXII Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics, London, 19–21 June.

  • Behrens, J., Smyth, B. and Kaspiew, R.
    Experiences of Parents After Court Decisions about Relocation: Some Preliminary Hypotheses.

    Paper presented at the 10th Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne, 9–11 July.

  • Bentley, R. and Baker, E.
    Understanding the Health Effects of Housing: An Australian Mobility Approach.

    Paper presented at the 3rd Australasian Housing Researchers Conference, Melbourne, 18–20 June.

  • Buchler, S., Baxter, J., Haynes, M. and Western, M.
    The Social and Demographic Characteristics of Cohabiters in Australia: Towards a Typology of Cohabiting Couples.

    Paper presented at the 10th Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne, 9–11 July.

  • Cass, B.
    Carers of People with Disability and Chronic Illness: The Costs and Benefits of Care and Policies for Carers.

    Paper presented at Seminar on Carer Navigation of the Health System, Australian Health Policy Institute, University of Sydney, 23 October.

  • Cass, B., Brennan, D., Thomson, C., Hill, T., Michail, S., Purcal, C. and Smyth C.
    Young Carers: Identifying Supportive Policies and Programs Some Ideas from the Field.

    Paper presented at Workshop on Young Carers in Global Context, Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, 2 December.

  • Cass, B., Hill, T., Smyth, C. and Blaxland M.
    Children and Young People as Active Agents in Care-giving The Case of Young Carers.

    Paper presented at Australian Child Welfare Associations (ACWA) Conference, Sydney, 18–20 August.

  • de Vaus, D., Gray, M., Qu, L. and Stanton, D.
    Divorce and Personal Wellbeing of Older Australians.

    Paper presented at the 10th Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne, 9–11 July.

  • Debelle, G.
    A Comparison of the US and Australian Housing Markets.

    Presentation at the Sub-prime Mortgage Meltdown Symposium: Origins, Trajectories and Regional Implications, Adelaide, 16 May.

  • Dockery, A. M. and Hickson, H.
    Is Ignorance Bliss: Exploring the Links between Education, Expectations and Happiness.

    Paper presented at the 37th Australian Conference of Economists, Gold Coast, 30 September–3 October.

  • Dockery, A.M., Ong, R. and Seymour, R.
    Life on the Minimum Wage: An Empirical Investigation.

    Paper presented at Australian Fair Pay Commission, Minimum Wage Research Forum, Melbourne, 29–31 October.

  • Dockery, A.M., Ong, R., and Seymour, R.
    Life on the Minimum Wage: An Empirical Investigation.

    Paper presented at the Australian Labour Market Research Workshop, Wellington, 11–12 December.

  • England, P., Hewitt, B., Baxter, J. and Schaeffer, E.
    The Education Gradient on Unintended (versus Intended) Fertility: Australia and the United States.

    Paper presented at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 17–19 April.

  • Fraser, D.
    Are Australian Jobs Becoming More Skill-Intensive? Evidence from the HILDA Dataset.

    Paper presented at the 11th Annual Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association Conference (AVETRA), 11th Annual AVETRA conference, Adelaide, 3–4 April.

  • Fraser, D.
    What’s Happening to Skill in Australian Jobs?

    Paper presented at the NCVER 17th National VET “No Frills” Research Conference, University of Tasmania, 9–11 July.

  • Frick, J. and Grabka, M.
    Item-Non-Response and Imputation of Labour Income in Panel Surveys: A Cross-National Comparison using BHPS, HILDA and SOEP.

    Paper presented at the International Conference on Survey Methods in Multinational, Multiregional and Multicultural Contexts (3MC), Berlin, 25–29 June.

  • Frick, J. and Headey, B.
    Living Standards in Retirement: Accepted International Standards are Misleading A Revised View Based on German and Australian Wealth Data.

    Paper presented at the SOEP International Users Conference, Berlin, 9–11 July.

  • Gill, S., Butterworth, P., Rodgers, B. and Anstey, K.
    Social, Psychological and Health-Related Determinants of Retirement: Findings from a General Population Sample of Australians.

    Presentation at the 10th Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne, 9–11 July.

  • Gill, S.C., Macdonald, E., Raphael, B. and Butterworth, P.
    Children’s Exposure to Parental and Familial Adversities: Findings from a Population Survey of Australians.

    Paper presented at the Population Health Congress, Brisbane, 7–9 July.

  • Gray, E. and Evans, A.
    Generational Differences in Multipartnered Childbearing.

    Presentation at the 10th Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne, 9–11 July.

  • Gray, E. and McDonald, P.
    Contraceptive Use over the Reproductive Life Course.

    Paper presented at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 17–19 April.

  • Gray, E., Evans, A., Kippen, R., Anderson, J.
    Using Split-Population Models to Examine the Probability and Timing of Parity Progression.

    Paper presented at 14th Biennial Australian Population Association Conference, Alice Springs, 30 June–3 July.

  • Guilbert, D. and Paul, S.
    Income and Happiness: An Empirical Analysis of Adaptation and Comparison Income Effects.

    Paper present at the 4th Annual Conference on Economic Development and Growth, New Delhi, 17–18 December.

  • Guy, A.
    An All Embracing Workforce: Encouraging Older Workers.

    Paper presented at the 10th Path to Full Employment Conference and 15th National Conference on Unemployment held at University of Newcastle, 4–5 December.

  • Haynes, M., Western, M., Yu, L. and Spellak, M.
    Analysing Nominal Data from a Panel Survey: Employment Transitions of Australian Women.

    Paper presented at the 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Boston, 14 August.

  • Hill, T., Thomson, C., Bittman, M. and Griffiths, M.
    Informal Care, Employment and Economic Disadvantage.

    Paper presented at Workshop on Social Care (Formal, Informal and Semi-formal) for People with a Disability and Frail Aged People: Perspectives from Australia, Scandinavia, Canada and the UK, Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, 18–19 February.

  • Hill, T., Thomson, C., Bittman, M. and Griffith, M.
    What Kinds of Jobs Help Carers Combine Care and Employment?

    Paper presented at the 10th Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne, 9–11 July.

  • Jeon S., Kalb G. and Vu H.
    Teenage Mothers’ Income Support, Education and Paid Work: The Dynamics of Welfare Participation.

    Paper presented at the Australasian Meeting of the Econometric Society, Wellington, New Zealand, 9–11 July.

  • Kifle, T.
    The Determinants of Life Satisfaction for African Immigrants in Australia.

    Paper presented at the 30th African Studies Association of Australasia and the Pacific (AFSAAP), Australian National University, Canberra, 31 January–2 February.

  • Kostenko, W.
    Does Labour Market Achievement Matter for the Well-being of Australian Immigrants? Culture and Gender Differences.

    Paper presented at the Australian Labour Market Research Workshop, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, 11–12 December.

  • Llena-Nozal A.
    Are All Jobs Good for Your Health? The Impact of Work Status and Working Conditions on Mental Health.

    Paper presented at the XXII Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics, London, 19–21 June.

  • Losoncz, I.
    Combining Work and Family Responsibilities: Analysis of the Experiences of Australian Parents in Paid Work Between 2000–2005.

    Paper presented at the 14th Biennial Australian Population Association Conference, Alice Springs, 30 June–3 July.

  • Messinis, G.
    Overeducation and Overskilling: Second Generation Australians.

    Paper presented at the 37th Australian Conference of Economist, Brisbane, 30 September–3 October.

  • Mavromaras, K., Cai, L. and Oguzoglu U.
    The Effect of Health and Health Shocks on Hours Worked.

    Paper presented at the XXII Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics, London, 19–21 June.

  • Mitchell, W.
    Migration and Labour Market Outcomes by Skill in Australia.

    Paper presented at Australian Fair Pay Commission, Minimum Wage Research Forum, 29–31 October.

  • Parr, N.
    Feelgood Factors and Fertility.

    Paper presented at the 14th Biennial Australian Population Association Conference, Alice Springs, 30 June–3 July.

  • Richards, A.
    Some Observations on the Cost of Housing in Australia.

    Presentation at the Melbourne Institute Economic and Social Outlook Conference, University of Melbourne, 27–28 March.

  • Rodgers, J. and Rodgers, J.
    Contributions of Longitudinal Data to Poverty Measurement in Australia.

    Paper presented at the Australian Conference of Economists, Gold Coast, 30 September–3 October.

  • Sander, S. and Bell, M.
    Migration and the Life Course: Does Retirement Trigger Interregional Moves?

    Paper presented at the European Population Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 9–12 July.

  • Siminski, P.
    A Quasi-Differenced Panel Data Analysis of the Australian Public–Private Sector Wage Differential.

    Paper presented at the Microeconometrics Workshop, Department of Economics, University of Melbourne, 29 October.

  • Singh, S.
    The Dynamics of Australian Poverty Persistence.

    Paper presented at the 37th Australian Conference of Economist, Gold Coast, 30 September–3 October.

  • Smyth C., Cass, B. and Hill T.
    Young Carers in Australia: Combinations of Informal and Formal Support Services for People with a Disability: Who Bears the Costs of Care-giving?

    Paper presented at Workshop on Social Care (Formal, Informal and Semi-formal) for People with a Disability and Frail Aged People: Perspectives from Australia, Scandinavia, Canada and the UK, Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, 18–19 February.

  • Smyth, C., Cass, B., Hill T. and Blaxland M.
    So thats how I found out I was a young carer and that I actually had been caring most of my life. Identifying and Supporting Young Carers.

    Presentation at Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 July.

  • Thapa, P. and Kee, H.J.
    Patterns and Sources of Wage Growth for Australian Workers: A Longitudinal Analysis using HILDA.

    Paper presented at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 17–19 April.

  • Toulemon, L., and Pennec, S.
    Two-home Family Situations of Children and Adults: Observation and Consequences for Describing Family Patterns in France and in Australia.

    Paper presented at the 14th Biennial Australian Population Association Conference, Alice Springs, 30 June–3 July.

    • Also presented at the Australian Labour Market Research Workshop, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, 11–12 December.
  • Velamuri M. and Stillman S.
    Longitudinal Evidence on the Impact of Victimisation on Labour Market Outcomes and General Well-being.

    Paper presented at the Society of Labor Economists Annual Conference, New York, 9–10 May.

    • Also presented at the Australasian Meeting of the Econometric Society, Wellington, New Zealand, 9–11 July.
    • and at the Australian Labour Market Research Workshop, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, 11–12 December.
  • Watson, N.
    What HILDA Does to Minimise Measurement Error.

    Paper presented at the Workshop on Measurement Error, Australian National University, 20 May.

  • Watson, N.
    What is the Value of an Overlapping Seam? Calendar Matching in HILDA.

    Paper presented at the Panel Survey Methods Workshop, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, 14–15 July.

  • Watson, I.
    The Low Paid Workforce and Labour Market Transitions: Assessing the Impact of Unemployment on Earnings at the Bottom of the Labour Market.

    Paper presented at Australian Fair Pay Commission, Minimum Wage Research Forum, 29–31 October.

  • Watson, I.
    Skills in Use: Labour Market and Workplace Trends in Skills Use in Australia.

    Paper presented at the New Directions in Skills Policy and Practice at NSW DET Conference, Sydney, 26 May.

  • Zoppou, C., Brandrup, J. and Losoncz, I.
    Family Transitions in their First Five Years: How Children Born between 19962001 Compare with Earlier Cohorts.

    Presentation at the 14th Biennial Conference of the Australian Population Association, Alice Springs, 30 June–3 July.

2007

2006

  • Battellino, R.
    Developments in Australian Retail Finance.

    Address to Retail Financial Services Forum, Reserve Bank of Australia, Sydney, August.

  • Baum, S., Bill, A. and Mitchell, W.
    Neighbourhood Effects in Australia.

    Paper presented at the National Conference in Theory, Methods and Applications of Spatially Integrated Social Science, University of Melbourne, 21–23 May.

  • Baum, S., Mitchell, W. and Bill, A.
    Interaction Between Regional Level Effects and Individual Level Effects in Explaining Labour Market Outcomes.

    Paper presented at the Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International (ANZRSAI) Conference, La Trobe University, 26–29 September.

  • Bill, A. and Mitchell, W.
    Great Expectations – Migration and Labour Market Outcomes in Australia.

    Paper presented at the 8th Path to Full Employment Conference/13th National Conference on Unemployment, University of Newcastle, 7–8 December.

  • Bill, A., Mitchell, W. and Welters, R.
    Job Mobility and Segmentation in Australian City Labour Markets.

    Paper presented at the 8th Path to Full Employment Conference/13th National Conference on Unemployment, University of Newcastle, 7–8 December.

  • Bittman, M., Hill, P. and Thompson, C.
    The Impact of Caring on Wellbeing and Earnings: A Longitudinal Approach.

    Paper presented at the Academy of Social Sciences of Australia Workshop, Paid Care: Now and in the Future, Flinders University, 10–11 April.

  • Blacklow, P. and Church, I.
    Fertility Choices of Australian Couples.

    Paper presented at the 35th Australian Conference of Economists, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, 25–27 September.

  • Blakemore, T., Gibbings, J. and Strazdins, L.
    Measuring the Socio-Economic Position of Families in HILDA and LSAC.

    Paper presented at the ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, University of Sydney, 10–13 December.

  • Bradbury, B.
    Socioeconomic Outcomes For Young Mothers and Their Children.

    Paper presented at Intergenerational Transmission of Advantage and Disadvantage Workshop, Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs Workshop, Canberra, 26 August.

  • Butterworth, P.
    Mental Health Problems Within Couples and Marital Disruption.

    Paper presented at Australasian Society for Psychiatric Research Conference, Sydney, December.

  • Butterworth, P.
    Retirement and Spouse’s Mental Health.

    Paper presented at Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, Melbourne, July.

  • Cobb-Clark, D. and Stillman, S.
    The Retirement Expectations of Middle-Aged Individuals.

    Paper presented at the Australian Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs’ 6th Annual Social Policy Research Workshop, Canberra, 27–28 November.

  • Cole, K.
    Wellbeing, Psychological Capital and Unemployment: An Integrated Theory.

    Paper presented at the Joint Annual Conference of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology (IAREP) and the Society for the Advancement of Behavioural Economics (SABE), Paris, France, 5–8 July.

  • Dockery, A.M.
    Terrorism, Tourism and Wellbeing in Australia.

    Paper presented at the first Services Management Symposium, Curtin Business School, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, 13–14 November.

  • Dockery, A.M. and Elliott, L.
    Are The ‘Hidden Unemployed’ Unemployed?

    Paper presented at the 35th Annual Conference of Economists, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, 25–27 September.

  • Dockery, A.M., Li, J. and Kendall, G.
    Parents, Work Patterns and Adolescent Health and Wellbeing.

    Paper presented at the 28th Australian Conference for Health Economists, Perth, 28–29 September.

  • Drago, R. and Wooden, M.
    Work Hours Mismatch in the U.S. and Australia.

    Paper presented at the: Why Workplace Flexibility Matters: A Global Perspective conference, Sloan Center on Parents, Children and Work, University of Chicago, 18 May.

  • Drago, R. and Wooden, M.
    Who Wants Flexibility? Changing Work Hours Preferences and Life Events.

    Paper presented at the Conference of the International Association for Feminist Economics, Sydney, 7–9 July.

  • Frick, J.R. and Grabka, M.M.
    Item Non-Reponse and Imputation of Income in Panel Surveys: A Cross National Comparison of its Impact on Inequality and Mobility in BHPS, HILDA and SOEP.

    Paper presented at the Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys International Conference, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, 12–14 July.

  • Goode , A.
    Investigating Recall Bias in Reported Events: HILDA, Waves 15.

    Paper presented at the ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, University of Sydney, 10–13 December.

  • Hall, L.
    Strategies For Reducing Attrition From Panel Surveys: The HILDA Experience.

    Paper presented at the ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, University of Sydney, 10–13 December.

  • Haynes, M. and Gibbings, J.
    Modeling Zero-Inflated Longitudinal Data: Changes in Hours Worked by Women with Dependent Children.

    Paper presented at the ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, University of Sydney, 10–13 December.

  • Haynes, M. and Western, M.
    Evaluation of Methods for Analysing Categorial Longitudinal Survey Data.

    Paper presented at the Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys International Conference, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, 12–14 July.

  • Headey, B.
    Poverty, Capabilities and Australia’s (COAG’s) New Human Capital Reform Agenda.

    Paper presented at the Melbourne Institute and The Australian Making The Boom Pay Conference, University of Melbourne, 23 November.

  • Hewitt, B.
    ‘Trial Marriage’: Is Premarital Cohabitation an Effective Risk Minimisation Strategy for Marriage Breakdown?

    Paper presented at the Social Change in the 21st Century Conference, Centre for Social Change Research, Queensland University of Technology, 27 October.

  • Hill, P., Thomson, C. and Bittman, M.
    Negotiating Caregiving and Employment: What Job Characteristics Help?

    International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) 15th Conference on Feminist Economics, Sydney University, 7–9 July.

  • Losoncz, I.
    LSAC and HILDA Data on the Circumstances and Characteristics of Families with Child Support Entitlement.

    Paper presented at the ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, University of Sydney, 10–13 December.

  • Parr, N.
    Which Men Remain Childless: The Effects of Early Lifecourse, Family Formation, Working Life and Attitudinal Variables.

    Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA), Princeton University, New York, 29–31 March.

  • Parr, N.
    Who Stops at One: Evidence from Australia.

    Paper presented to the Australian Population Association Conference, Adelaide, 5–8 December.

  • Qu, L.
    Starting and Ending One-person Households.

    Paper presented at the Australian Population Association 13th Biennial Conference, Adelaide, 5–8 December.

  • Risse, L.
    Determinants of Maternity Leave Provisions in Australia and The Effects on Fertility: An Application of the Heckprobit Selection Model.

    Paper presented at the ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, University of Sydney, 10–13 December.

  • Rodgers, J.R. and Rodgers, J.L.
    Chronic and Transitory Poverty in Australia 20012004.

    Paper presented at the ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, University of Sydney, 10–13 December.

  • Siminski, P.
    The Effect of Earnings on Housework: Pros and Cons of HILDA’s Time Use Data Items.

    Paper presented at the ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, University of Sydney, 10–13 December.

  • Starick, R. and Watson, N.
    Income Imputation in the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey.

    Paper presented at the Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys International Conference, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, 12–14 July.

  • Watson, N.
    Options for a Top-up Sample to the HILDA Survey.

    Paper presented at the ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, University of Sydney, 10–13 December.

  • Watson, N. and Wooden, M.
    Identifying Factors Affecting Longitudinal Survey Response.

    Paper presented at the Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys International Conference, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, 12–14 July.

  • Watson, N. and Wooden, M.
    Modelling Longitudinal Survey Response: The Experience of the HILDA Survey.

    Paper presented at the ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, University of Sydney, 10–13 December.

  • Wooden, M.
    The HILDA Survey: The First Five Years.

    Paper presented at the Department of Economics Seminar Series, Macquarie University, Sydney, 25 August.

2005

  • Adam, M. and Flatau, P.
    Job (in)Security and Mental Health: An Analysis Using Waves 1 and 2 of the HILDA Survey.

    Paper presented at the SPRC Australian Social Policy Conference, University of New South Wales, 20–22 July.

  • Bradbury B. and Norris, K.
    Income and Separation.

    Paper presented at the 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 February.

  • Brady M.
    Discourses of Mothering and Paid Work: The Social Context of Welfare Reform in Alberta, Canada and Australia.

    Paper presented at the Centre for Social and Community Research, Murdoch University, 5 July.

  • Breunig, R.V., Cobb-Clark, D., Xiaodong, G. and Venn, D.
    Disagreement in Partners’ Reports of Material Hardship.

    Paper presented at the 19th Annual Conference of the European Society of Population Economics, Paris, 16–18 June.

  • Butterworth, P.
    Mental Health Problems Within Couples: Considering Similarity in the Mental Health of Married Couples in Australia.

    Paper presented at the 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 February.

  • Cai, L. and Kalb, G.
    Health and Labour Force Status of Older Working-age Australian Men.

    Paper presented at the 34th Conference of Economists, University of Melbourne, 26–28 September.

  • Cassells, R., McNamara, J., Lloyd, R. and Harding, A.
    Perceptions of Childcare Affordability and Availability in Australia: What the HILDA Survey Tells Us.

    Paper presented at the 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 February.

  • Crosier, T.
    Mental Health Problems Among Single and Partnered Mothers: The Role of Financial Hardship and Social Support.

    Paper presented at the 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 February.

  • Dockery, A. M. and Milsom, N.
    Who Cares About Housing Anyway?

    Paper presented at the National Housing Conference, Perth, 27–28 October.

  • Dolan, A., McLean, P. and Roland, D.
    Home Equity, Retirement Incomes and Family Relationships.

    Paper presented at the 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 February.

  • Gill S., Butterworth P. and Rodgers, B.
    Retirement and Mental Health in the Australian Population: Findings from Nation-Wide Studies.

    Paper presented at the 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 February.

  • Gong, X., Cobb-Clark, D. and Breunig, R.V.
    Labour Supply of Australian Couples.

    Paper presented at the 34th Conference of Economists, University of Melbourne, 26–28 September.

  • Gray, E., Evans, A. and Kippen, R.
    Generational Difference in Parity Progression in Australia: The Role of Sex Composition of Children.

    Paper presented at the 25th IUSSP Population Conference, France, 18–23 July.

  • Headey, B. and Wooden, M.
    Income, Wealth and Joblessness: Insights from the HILDA Survey.

    Paper presented at Sustaining Prosperity: The Melbourne Institute Economic and Social Outlook Conference, 31 March–1 April.

  • Hosking, A. and Western, M.
    The Effects of Non-Standard Employment on Work–Family Balance.

    Paper presented at the 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 February.

  • Kanjanapan, W.
    Age Differences in Values Relating to Work, Savings Habits and Borrowing: Evidence from the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey.

    Paper presented at the 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 February.

  • Kohler, M. and Rossiter, A
    Property Owners in Australia: A Snapshot.

    Paper presented at the 34th Conference of Economists, University of Melbourne, 26–28 September.

  • Lee, J.
    The Work–Child Care Interface: How Working Women with Young Children Combine Work and Child Care.

    Paper presented at the 19th AIRAANZ Conference: ‘Reworking Work’, Sydney, 9–11 February.

  • Lim-Applegate, H., Mclean, P., Lindenmayer, P. and Wallace, B.
    New Age Pensioners: Trends in Wealth.

    Paper presented at the SPRC Australian Social Policy Conference, University of New South Wales, 20–22 July.

  • Mance, P.
    To What Extent do Family Characteristics Explain Child Care Use in Australia for Children Under School Age?

    Paper presented at the 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 February.

  • Mitchell, W., Muysken, J. and Welters, R.
    Search Behaviour and the Casualties of the (Dual) Labour Market.

    Presented at the 7th Path to Full Employment Conference/12th National Conference on Unemployment, December.

  • Parkinson, S.
    Using Panel Data to Link Household Labour Transitions and Housing Insecurity.

    Paper presented at the Transitions & Risk: New Directions in Social Policy Conference Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne, 23–25 February.

  • Qu, L.
    Influences on Children’s Use of Child Care Across Four Unique Australian Samples Symposium.

    Paper presented at the 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 February.

  • Reynolds, J. and Aletraris, L.
    Work–Family Conflict, Children, and Hour Mismatches in Australia.

    Paper presented at the American Sociological Association Meetings, Philadelphia, PA, August.

  • Scutella, R. and Wooden, M.
    Effects of Household Joblessness on Subjective Wellbeing.

    Paper presented at the 34th Conference of Economists, University of Melbourne, 26–28 September.

  • Smyth, B.
    Time, Identity, Justice, and Post-Separation Parenting: Some Reflections in the Face of a New Family Law System.

    Paper presented at the Family Services Australia National Conference, Adelaide, 30 September.

  • Smyth, B.
    Its About Time: Time With Mum, Time With Dad After Divorce.

    Paper presented at the Children’s Issues Centre Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand, 7–9 July.

  • Smyth, B.
    Parent Child Contact and Child Support After Divorce: Recent Australian Insights.

    Paper presented at the Parental Separation: Recent Advances and Future Directions Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, 11 July.

  • Tesfaghiorghis, H.
    Comparative Study of Partners’ Fertility Desires and Intentions: A HILDA Survey Based Analysis.

    Paper presented at the SPRC Australian Social Policy Conference, University of New South Wales, 20–22 July.

  • Tesfaghiorghis, H.
    Australia’s Fertility: A HILDA Based Analysis.

    Paper presented at the 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 9–11 February.

  • Watson, L.
    Pathways and Roadblocks – Challenges for Education Policy in a Changing Labour Market.

    Paper presented at the Transitions & Risk: New Directions in Social Policy Conference Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne, 23–25 February.

  • Whitehouse, G. and Hosking, A.
    Policy Frameworks and Parental Employment: A Comparison of Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom.

    Paper presented at the Transitions & Risk: New Directions in Social Policy Conference Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne, 23–25 February.

  • Wood, G.
    Housing Markets, Structural Change and Transitions into Employment.

    Paper presented at the Transitions & Risk: New Directions in Social Policy Conference Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne, 23–25 February.

  • Wooden, M.
    Economic Wellbeing and Subjective Wellbeing: The Effects of Income and Wealth.

    Paper presented at the SPRC Australian Social Policy Conference, University of New South Wales, 20–22 July.

  • Ziguras, S.
    Transitions and Risks of Exclusion in the Australian Labour Market.

    Paper presented at the Transitions & Risk: New Directions in Social Policy Conference Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne, 23–25 February.

2004

  • Baxter, J.
    Increasing Employment of Partnered Mothers: Changes in Child Care Use.

    Paper presented at the 12th Biennial Australian Population Association Conference, Canberra, 15–17 September.

  • Baxter, J.
    Male Breadwinners and White Australians: The Role of Employment and Immigration Policies in Shaping Domestic Labour Patterns in Australia.

    Paper presented at the International Workshop on Contemporary Perspectives on Asian Transnational Domestic Workers, National University of Singapore, 23–25 February.

  • Baxter, J. and McDonald, P.
    Home Ownership Among Young People in Australia: In Decline or Just Delayed?

    Paper presented at the NLC Research Findings Workshop 3, University of Queensland, 29–30 June.

  • Breusch, T. and Gray, E.
    Does Marriage Improve the Wages of Men and Women in Australia?

    Paper presented to the Australian Population Association 12th Biennial Conference, Canberra 15–17 September.

  • Buddelmeyer, H.
    Children and Women’s Participation Dynamics: Direct and Indirect Effects.

    Paper presented at the 7th Australasian Labour Econometrics Workshop, University of Auckland, 13–14 August.

  • Buddelmeyer, H.
    The Effects of Child Care Costs on the Labour Market Participation and Hours Worked by Australian Mothers.

    Paper presented at the 18th Annual Conference of the European Society of Population Economics, Bergen (Norway), 10–12 June.

  • Cai, L. and Kalb, G.
    Health Status and Labour Force Participation: Evidence from the HILDA Data.

    Paper presented at the Australian Labour Market Research Workshop, Flinders University, Adelaide, 19–20 February.

    • Also presented at the Australasian Meeting of the Econometric Society, Melbourne, 7–9 July
    • and at the Australian Health Economists Conference, Melbourne, 30 September–1 October.
  • Clare, R.
    Why Can’t a Woman Be More Like a Man – Gender Differences in Retirement Savings.

    Paper presented at the ASFA National Conference and Super Expo, Adelaide Convention Centre, 10–12 November.

  • de Vaus, D. and Gray, M.
    Cohabitation and the Family Stability of Children, 1946–2000.

    Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association, La Trobe University, Beechworth, 5–8 December.

  • de Vaus, D. and Gray, M.
    Family Transitions during Childhood, 1946–2000.

    Paper presented at the Biennial Conference of the Australian Population Association, Australian National University, Canberra, 15–17 September.

  • Headey, B., Muffels, R. and Wooden, M.
    Money Doesn’t Buy Happiness Or Does It? A Reassessment Based On The Combined Effects Of Wealth, Income And Consumption.

    Paper presented to the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP) Users’ Conference, Berlin, 24–26 June.

  • Lim-Applegate, H.
    Early Retirement: The Role of Mature Age Allowance.

    Paper presented at the Australian Labour Market Workshop, the University of Western Australia, Perth, 6–7 December.

  • Martin, B.
    Managers After the Era of Organizational Restructuring: Towards a Second Managerial Revolution?

    Paper presented at the American Sociological Association 99 th Annual Meetings, San Francisco, 14–17 August.

    • Also presented at the Work, Employment and Society Conference, UMIST, Manchester, 13 September.
  • Millward, C.
    Paid Work and Retirement in the Context of Family Obligations and Community Work, for Mature and Retirement Age Australians.

    Paper presented at the Work–Life Balance across the Lifecourse International Conference, Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh, UK, 1 July.

  • Millward, C.
    Are Mature Age People Likely to Stay in paid work longer?

    Paper presented at The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Conference, La Trobe University, 11 December.

  • Parkinson, P. and Smyth, B.
    Fathers Contact With Their Children Following Divorce: New Evidence from Australia.

    Paper presented at the International Conference on Divorce: Causes and Consequences, Beijing, July.

  • Parr, N.J.
    Do Children from Small Families Do Better?

    Paper presented at the 12 th Biennial Conference of the Australian Population Association, Australian National University, Canberra, 15–17 September.

  • Parr, N.J.
    Family Background, Schooling and Childlessness in Australia.

    Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Boston, 13 April.

  • Siahpush, M.
    Do Financial Stress, Psychological Stress and Social Support Mediate the Relationship Between Socio-Economic Status and Smoking Cessation.

    Paper presented at the 7th Biannual Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference, Newcastle, Australia, 23–25 June.

  • Tesfaghiorghis, H.
    Education, Work, Fertility, Childcare in Australia: A HILDA Based Analysis.

    Paper presented at the Australian Population Association 12th Biennial Conference, Canberra 15–17 September.

  • Watson, N.
    Cross Wave Imputation First Steps: The HILDA Experience.

    Paper presented at the Australian Statistical Conference, Cairns, 16 July.

  • Weston, R., Gray, M., Qu, L. and Stanton, D.
    The Impact of Long Work Hours on Employed Fathers and their Families.

    Paper presented at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, International Conference: Work–life Balance Across the Life course, Edinburgh 30 June– 2 July.

  • Whitehouse, G.
    Policy and Women’s Workforce Attachment.

    Paper presented at the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia Intergenerational Workshop, Brisbane, 12 July.

  • Whitehouse, G.
    Parental Employment and Policy Frameworks: Aspects of Australian Exceptionalism.

    Paper presented at The 25th Conference of the International Working Party on Labour Market Segmentation, Griffith University, Brisbane, 21–24 July.

  • Wooden, M.
    Gender and Work Hours Transitions in Australia: Drop Ceilings and Trap-Door Floors.

    Paper presented at the Conference of the Work/Life Association, Victoria University, Melbourne, 15 September.

  • Ziguras, S. and Stricker, P.
    Labour Market Transitions in Australia : Employment, Flexibility and Security in a Liberal Welfare Regime.

    Paper presented at the TLM.NET Conference Quality in Labour Market Transitions: A European Challenge, Amsterdam, 25–26 November.

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