Working/Discussion/Research Papers

A wide-ranging body of research investigating topics related to the HILDA Survey.

2017

  • André, S., Dewilde, C., and Muffels, R.
    Do housing wealth and tenure (change) moderate the relationship between divorce and subjective wellbeing
    HOWCOME Working Paper Services No. 19 (April 2017).
  • Atalay, K., Li, A., and Whelan, S.
    Housing Wealth and Fertility: Australian Evidence
    The University of Sydney Economics Working Paper Series No. 2017-08 (January 2017).
  • Bastian, B., Smith, M., Cheong, B., Pineda, V., Stevenson, M., Hutchinson, O., Nargar, M., and Kluth, S.
    Development of Treasury's new Model of Australian Retirement Incomes and Assets: MARIA
    Treasury Working Paper, 2017-02.
  • Bilson, J.R., Jetter, M., and Kristoffersen, I.
    Gender Differences in the Link Between Income and Trust Levels: Evidence from Longitudinal Data
    IZA Discussion Paper No 10585 (February 2017)
  • Borra, C., Browning, M., and Sevila, A.
    Marriage and Housework
    IZA Discussion Paper No 10740 (April 2017).
  • Borra, C., Browning, M., and Sevila, A.
    Marriage and Housework
    HCEO Working Paper Series No. 2017-049 (June 2017).
  • Broadway, B. and Haisken-DeNew, J.P.
    Keep Calm and Consume? Subjective Uncertainty and Precautionary Savings
    Melbourne Institute Working Paper  No 18/17.
  • Brown, L., Hansnata, E., and La, H.A.
    Economic cost of dementia in Australia, 2016-2056
    NASEM, Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, University of Canberra, February 2017.
  • Bubonya, M., Cobb-Clark, D.A., and Ribar, D.
    The bilateral relationship between depressive symptoms and employment status
    IZA Discussion Paper No. 10653.
  • Bubonya, M., Cobb-Clark, D.A., and Ribar, D.
    The bilateral relationship between depressive symptoms and employment status
    Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 10/17.
  • Bureau of Communications and Arts Research (BCAR).
    Trends and drivers in the affordability of communications services for Australian households
    Working Paper, July 2017.
  • Burkhauser, R.V., Hérault, N., Jenkins, S.P., and Wilkins, R.
    Survey under-coverage of top incomes and estimation of inequality: What is the role of the UK's SPI adjustment?
    Melbourne Institute Working No. 16/17.
  • Cassells, R., Dockery, M., Duncan, A., Gao, G., and Seymour, R.
    Far removed: an insight into the labour markets of remote communities in central Australia
    Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, Focus on the States Series, Issue No. 5 (June 2017).
  • Cassidy, N., and Parsons, S.
    The rising share of part-time employment
    Reserve Bank of Australia, Bulletin (September Quarter 2017).
  • Clark, A.E., Flèche, S., Layard, R., Powdthavee, N., and Ward, G.
    The Key Determinants of Happiness and Misery
    CEP Discussion Paper No 1485, June 2017.
  • Collischon, M.
    The returns to personality traits across the wage distribution
    SOE Papers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research 921.
  • Cygan-Rehm, K., Kuehnle, D., and Oberfichtner, M.
    Bounding the causal effect of unemployment on mental health: Nonparametric evidence from four countries
    IZA Discussion Paper No. 10652.
  • Dabo, A.M., and Dugain, V.
    Income inequality in Victoria: Evidence from the HILDA Survey, 2001-2015
    Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance.
  • Dabo, A.M., and Hansen, J.
    What drives wage dispersion in Victoria? Evidence from the HILDA Survey, 2001-2015
    Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance.
  • Etilé, F.,  Frijters, P., Johnson, D.W., and Shields, M.A.
    Modelling Heterogeneity in the Resilience to Major Socioeconomic Life Events
    PSE Working Papers n2017-09. 2017
  • Flinn, C., Todd, P., and Zhang, W.
    Personality traits, intra-household allocation and the gender wage gap
    Collegio Carlo Alberto, Carlo Alberto Notebooks No. 495 (February 2017).
  • Flinn, C., Todd, P., and Zhang, W.
    Personality traits, intra-household allocation and the gender wage gap
    HCEO Working Paper Series 2017-029 (April 2017).
  • Foster, G., and Stratton, L.S.
    Do Significant Labor Market Events Change Who Does the Chores? Paid Work, Housework, and Power in Mixed-Gender Australian Households
    Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No. 2017-09 (June 2017)
  • Foster, G., and Stratton, L.S.
    Do Significant Labor Market Events Change Who Does the Chores? Paid Work, Housework, and Power in Mixed-Gender Australian Households
    IZA Discussion Paper No. 10831 (June 2017)
  • Foster, G., and Stratton, L.S.
    What women want (their men to do): housework and satisfaction in Australia households
    Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No. 2017-11 (June 2017).
  • Grimes, A., Ormsby, J., and Preston, K.
    Wages, wellbeing and location: Slaving away in Sydney or cruising on the Gold Coast
    Motu Working Paper 17-07 (April 2017).
  • Healy, J., Nicholson, D., and Gahan, P.
    The future of work in Australia: Anticipating how new technologies will reshape labour markets, occupations and skill requirements
    Report for the New South Wales Government, Department of Education.
  • Kendall, G., Nguyen, H., and Ong, R.
    The Impact of differentiated access to income and wealth on health and wellbeing outcomes: A longitudinal Australian study
    Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre Working Paper Series No. 17/01 (January 2017).
  • Lam, J., and Perales, F.
    Chronic illness and mental strain: The moderating role of marital status over the disease cycle
    Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No. 2017-03 (January 2017).
  • Lass, I., and Wooden, M.
    The structure of the wage gap for temporary workers: Evidence from Australian panel data
    IZA Discussion Paper No. 10670.
  • Leal, H., Parsons, S., White, G., and Zurawski, A.
    Housing market turnover
    Reserve Bank of Australia, Bulletin, March 2017.
  • Lee, W, and McKinnish, T.A.
    The marital satisfaction of differently-aged couples
    IZA Discussion Paper No. 10863, June 2017.
  • Mahuteau, S., Mavromaras, K., Richardson, S., and Zhu, R.
    Public-Private sector wage differentials in Australia
    IZA Discussion Paper Series No. 10719 (April 2017).
  • Murray, C., Clark, R., Mendolia, S., and Siminski, P.
    Dierct measures of intergeneraltional income mobility for Australia.
    IZA Discussion Paper Series No. 11020 (September 2017).
  • Perales, F., and Baffour, B.
    Respondent Mental Wellbeing and the Interviewer Ratings of the Quality of the Survey Interview
    Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No 2017-02 (January 2017).
  • Perales, F., and Chesters, J.
    The returns to mature-age education in Australia
    Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No. 2017-05 (February 2017).
  • Perales, F., Lersch, P., and Baxter, J.
    Birth Cohort, Ageing and Gender Ideology: Lessons from British and Australian Panel Data
    Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No. 2017-01 (January 2017).
  • Preston, K. and Grimes, A.
    Migration and Gender: Who Gains and in Which Ways?
    Motu Working Paper 17-08 (April 2017).
  • Simon, J., and Stone, T.
    The Property ladder after the financial crisis: The first step Is a stretch but those who make it are doing OK
    Reserve Bank of Australia, Research Discussion Paper No. 2017-05.
  • Watson, I.
    Family Friendly Working Arrangements: Labour market and workplace trends: A background report prepared for the ACTU
    Submission to the Fair Work Commission.
  • Whelan, S.
    The Bank of Mum and Dad - Intergenerational transfers and first-time homeownership in Australia
    University of Sydney, Economics Working Paper Series No. 2017-07.

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