Research Publications

The Melbourne Institute’s academic staff are active researchers, publishing their findings in books and leading Australian and international journals.

This section presents research published by the Melbourne Institute over the past three years. To view more of our research, visit our publications archives.

Books and Book Chapters

  • Gregory C, Rabbitt MP & Ribar DC. 2016. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and Food Insecurity. In Bartfeld J, Gundersen C, Smeeding T. M and Ziliak J. P (eds), SNAP Matters, How Food Stamps Affect Health and Well-being. Stanford University Press, Stanford, California, pp. 74–106.
  • Hurley J & Li J. 2014. Financing incentives and pay-for-performance, in Marchildon G. & Di Matteo L. (eds), Bending the Cost Curve in Health Care: Canada’s Provinces in International Perspective, Toronto, University of Toronto Press.
  • McPake B, Scott A and Edoka I. 2014. Analyzing Markets for Health Workers: Insights from Labor and Health Economics. The World Bank.
  • Scott A, Araújo E, Menkulasi G & Cohen R. 2016. Data Requirements for the Economic Analysis of Health Labour Markets. In Scheffle, R, Herbst C, Lemiere C & Campbell J. (eds), Health Labor Market Analyses in Low- and Middle-Income Countries : An Evidence-Based Approach. Washington, DC: World Bank. https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/25137, pp. 31–48.
  • Scutella R & Wooden M. 2014. Dynamics of Homelessness, in Chamberlain C, Johnson G & Robinson C (eds), Homelessness in Australia: An Introduction. New South Publishing, Sydney, 48–68.
  • Wilkins R & Wooden M. 2014. The Changing Australian Labour Market at the Start of the 21st Century, in Barnes K & Spearitt P (eds), Drivers of Change for the Australian Labour Market to 2030: Proceedings of an Expert Scenario Forum, The Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, Canberra, 55–72.
  • Wooden M. 2014. Working Time and the Quality of Life, in Michalos A (ed), Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, Springer, Dordercht (Netherlands), 7198–7203.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Apps P, Kabátek J, Rees R & van Soest A. 2016. Labor supply heterogeneity and demand for child care of mothers with young children. Empirical Economics. 51(4): 1641–1677.
  • Cherlin A, Ribar D & Yasutake S. 2016. Non-marital First Births, Marriage, and Income Inequality. American Sociological Review. 81(4): 749–70.
  • Moffitt RA & Ribar DC. 2016. Rasch Analyses of Very Low Food Security among Households and Children in the Three City Study. Southern Economic Journal. 82(4): 1123–1146.
  • Ribar D. 2014. How to improve participation in social assistance programs. IZA World of Labor. 2014: 104.
  • Ribar D. 2015. Is Leaving Home a Hardship? Southern Economic Journal. 81(3): 598–618.
  • Ribar D. 2015. Why Marriage Matters for Child Wellbeing. The Future of Children. Princeton Brookings. 25(2).
  • Ribar D & Swann C. 2014. If at First You Don’t Succeed: Applying for and Staying on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Applied Economics. 46(27): 3339–50.
  • Sofer C & Thibout C. 2015. Is labour division by gender efficient? An analysis from two Time Use surveys. Economie et Statistique. No. 478–479–480: 273–304.
  • Suziedelyte A & Zhu A. 2015. Does early schooling narrow outcome gaps for advantaged and disadvantaged children? Economics of Education Review. 45: 76–88.
  • Zhu A & Bradbury B. 2015. Delaying School Entry: Short- and Longer-Term Effect on Mothers’ Employment. Economic Record. 91(293): 233–246.
  • Cobb-Clark D & Jha N. 2016. Educational Achievement and the Allocation of School Resources. Australian Economic Review. 49(3): 251–271.
  • Cobb-Clark D, Kassenboehmer S, Le T, McVicar D & Zhang R. 2015. ‘High’-School: The Relationship between Early Marijuana Use and Educational Outcomes. Economic Record. 91(293): 247–266.
  • Cobb-Clark D, Kassenboehmer S, Le T, McVicar D & Zhang R. 2015. Is There an Educational Penalty for Being Suspended from School? Education Economics. 23(4): 376–295.
  • Faulkner N, Martin A & Peyton K. 2015. Priming political trust: Evidence from an experiment. Australian Journal of Political Science. 50(1): 164–173.
  • Friedman-Sokuler N & Justman M. 2016. Gender streaming and prior achievement in high school science and mathematics. Economics of Education Review. 53(August): 230–253.
  • Jha N. 2015. Late Start with Extra Schooling: The Effect of Increase in School Entry Age and Preschool Provision. Economic Record. 91(s1): 54–77.
  • Jha N & Polidano C. 2015. Long-Run Effects of Catholic Schooling on Wages. BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. 15(4): 2017–2045.
  • Justman M & van der Beek K. 2015. Market forces shaping human capital in eighteenth-century London. Economic History Review. 68(4): 1177–1202.
  • Michaelsen M & Haisken-DeNew J. 2015. Migration magnet: the role of work experience in rural-urban wage differentials. IZA Journal of Migration. 4: 21.
  • Polidano C & Tabasso D. 2014. Making It Real: The Benefits of Workplace Learning in Upper-Secondary Vocational Education and Training Courses. Economics of Education Review. 42(October): 130–146.
  • Polidano C, Tabasso D & Tseng Y-P. 2015. A second chance at education for early school leavers. Education Economics. 23(3): 358–375.
  • Polidano C & Vu H. 2015. Differential labour market impacts from disability onset. Health Economics. 24(3): 302–317.
  • Renzaho A, Houng B, Oldroyd J, Nicholson J, D’Esposito F & Oldenburg B. 2014. Stressful life events and the onset of chronic diseases among Australian adults: findings from a longitudinal survey. European Journal of Public Health. 24(1): 57–62.
  • Ryan C. 2014. Youth Allowance and the Financial Position of Young Australians. Australian Economic Review. 47(1): 115–123.
  • Cheng TC. 2014. Measuring the effects of removing subsidies for private insurance on public expenditure for health care. Journal of Health Economics, 33: 159–179.
  • Cheng TC, Haisken-DeNew JP & Yong J. 2015. Cream skimming and hospital transfers in a mixed public-private system. Social Science & Medicine, 132: 156–164.
  • Cheng TC, Palangkaraya A & Yong J. 2014. Hospital utilization in mixed public–private system: Evidence from Australian hospital data. Applied Economics, 46(8): 859–870.
  • Dowsey M, Scott A, Nelson E, Li J, Sundararajan V, Nikpour M & Choong P. 2016. Using discrete choice experiments as a decision aid in total knee arthroplasty: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials.17(1): 416
  • Gravelle H, Scott A, Sivey P & Yong J. 2016. Competition, prices and quality in the market for physician consultations. Journal of Industrial Economics, 64(1): 135–169.
  • Jia L, Yuan B, Meng Q & Scott A. 2015. Payment methods for ambulatory care health professionals. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (9), doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD011865.
  • Kaiser U, Mendez S, Rønde T & Ullrich H. 2014. Regulation of pharmaceutical prices: Evidence from a reference price reform in Denmark. Journal of Health Economics, 36: 174–187.
  • Lee KCL, Sethuraman K & Yong J. 2015. On the hospital volume and outcome relationship: Does specialization matter more than volume? Health Services Research, 50(6): 2019–2036.
  • Li J, Hurley J, DeCicca P & Buckley G. 2014. Physician response to pay-for-performance: Evidence from a natural experiment. Health Economics, 23(8): 962–978.
  • Li J & Powdthavee N. 2015. Does more education lead to better health habits? Evidence from the school reforms in Australia. Social Science & Medicine, 127: 83–91.
  • Li J, Scott A, McGrail M, Humphreys J & Witt J. 2014. Retaining rural doctors: Doctors’ preferences for rural medical workforce incentives. Social Science and Medicine, 121: 56–64.
  • McIsaac M, Scott A & Kalb G. 2015. The supply of General Practitioners across local areas: Accounting for spatial heterogeneity. BMC Health Services Research, 15: 450.
  • Schurer S, Kuehnle D, Scott A & Cheng TC. 2016. A man’s blessing or a woman’s curse? The family-earnings gap of doctors. Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, 55(3): 385–414.
  • Scott A. 2014. Getting the balance right between generalism and specialisation. Does remuneration matter? Australian Family Physician, 43(4) April: 229–232.
  • Scott A. 2015. Policy Forum: Towards a stronger Medicare. Australian Economic Review, 48(3): 288–289.
  • Scott A. 2015. Towards value-based health care in Medicare. Australian Economic Review, 48(3): 305–313.
  • Scott A & Joyce C. 2014. The future of medical careers. Medical Journal of Australia, Perspectives, 201(2): 82–83.
  • Scott A, Liu M & Yong J. 2016. Financial incentives to encourage value-based health care. Medical Care Research and Review, doi: 10.1177/1077558716676594.
  • Scott A, Witt J, Duffield C & Kalb G. 2015. What do nurses and midwives value about their jobs? Results from a discrete choice experiment. Health Services Research & Policy, 20(1): 31–38.
  • Song K, Scott A, Sivey P & Meng Q. 2015. Improving Chinese primary care providers’ recruitment and retention: A discrete choice experiment. Health Policy and Planning, 30(1): 68–77.
  • Yong J & Scott A. 2015. Do new workforce roles reduce waiting times in ED? A difference-in-difference evaluation using hospital administrative data. Health Policy, 119: 488–493.
  • Angrave D, Charlwood A & Wooden M. 2014. Working Time and Cigarette Smoking: Evidence from Australia and the United Kingdom. Social Science and Medicine, vol. 112, pp. 72–79.
  • Angrave D, Charlwood A & Wooden M. 2015. Long Working Hours and Physical Activity. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, vol. 69, no. 8, pp. 738–744.
  • Armour P, Burkhauser R & Larrimore J. 2014. Levels and trends in United States income and its distribution: A crosswalk from market income towards a comprehensive Haig-Simons income measure. Southern Economic Journal. 81(2): 271–293.
  • Armour P, Burkhauser RV & Larrimore J. 2016. Using the Pareto distribution to improve estimates of top-coded earnings. Economic Inquiry. 54(2) 1263–1273.
  • Bayaz-Ozturk G, Burkhauser R & Couch KA. 2014. Consolidating the Evidence on Income Mobility in the Western States of Germany and the United States from 1984 to 2006. Economic Inquiry. 52(1): 431–443.
  • Buddelmeyer H, McVicar D & Wooden M. 2015. Non-Standard “Contingent” Employment and Job Satisfaction: A Panel Data Analysis. Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, vol. 54, no. 2, pp. 256–275.
  • Buddelmeyer H & Peyton K. 2014. How windfall income increases gambling at poker machines. Economic Record. 90(289): 236–248.
  • Burkhauser R. 2014. Another look at the Economics of Minimum Wage Legislation. Australian Economic Review. 47(3): 409–415.
  • Burkhauser R, Daly M, McVicar D & Wilkins R. 2014. Disability benefit growth and disability reform in the United States: Lessons from other OECD nations. IZA Journal of Labour Policy. 3: 4.
  • Burkhauser R, Fisher T, Houtenville A & Tennant J. 2015. Is the 2010 Affordable Care Act minimum standard to identify disability in all national datasets good enough for policy purposes? Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 39(4): 217–245.
  • Burkhauser R, Hahn M, Hall M & Watson N. 2016. Australia farewell: a first look at who left Australia in the 2000s. Population Research & Policy Review. 35(2): 197–215.
  • Burkhauser R, Hahn M & Wilkins R. 2015. Measuring top incomes using tax record data: a cautionary tale from Australia. Journal of Economic Inequality. 13(2): 181–205.
  • Burkhauser R, Houtenville A & Tennant J. 2014. Capturing the Elusive Working-Age Population with Disabilities: Reconciling Conflicting Social Success Estimates from the Current Population Survey and American Community Survey. Journal of Disability Policy Studies. 24(4): 195–205.
  • Burns RA, Butterworth P & Anstey KJ. 2016. An examination of the long-term impact of job strain on mental health and wellbeing over a 12-year period. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. 51(5): 725–733.
  • Chongvilaivan A & Powdthavee N. 2014. Do Different Work Characteristics Have Different Distributional Impacts on Job Satisfaction? A Study of Slope Heterogeneity in Workers’ Well-being. British Journal of Industrial Relations. 52(3): 426–444.
  • Crowe L & Butterworth P. 2016. The role of financial hardship, mastery and social support in the association between employment status and depression: results from an Australian longitudinal cohort study. BMJ Open. 6(5): e009834.
  • Crowe L, Butterworth P & Leach L. 2016. Financial hardship, mastery and social support; explaining poor mental health amongst the inadequately employed using data from the HILDA Survey. Social Science & Medicine: Population Health. 2: 407–415.
  • Cummins R, Li N, Stokes M & Wooden M. 2014. A Demonstration of Set-Points for Subjective Well-Being. Journal of Happiness Studies, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 183–206.
  • Cummins R & Wooden M. 2014. Personal Resilience in Times of Crisis: The Implications of SWB Homeostasis and Set-Points. Journal of Happiness Studies. 15(1): 223–235.
  • Drouvelis M, Metcalfe R & Powdthavee N. 2015. Can priming cooperation increase public good contributions? Theory and Decision. 79(3): 479–492.
  • Drouvelis M & Powdthavee N. 2015. Are happier people less judgmental of other people’s selfish behaviours? Experimental survey evidence from trust and gift exchange games. Journal of Behavioral & Experimental Economics. 58(October): 111–123.
  • Feddersen J, Metcalfe R, and Wooden M. 2016 Subjective Well-Being: Why Weather Matters. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society). 179(1), January, pp. 203–228.
  • Fok Y, Scutella R & Wilkins R. 2015. The Low-Pay No-Pay Cycle: Are there Systematic Differences across Demographic Groups? Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. 77(6): 872–896.
  • Headey B, Muffels R & Wagner G. 2014. Parents transmit happiness along with associated values and behaviours to their children: A lifelong happiness dividend? Social Indicators Research. 116(3): 909–933.
  • Kiely K, Butterworth P, Watson N & Wooden M. 2014. The Symbol Digit Modalities Test: Normative Data from a Large Nationally Representative Sample of Australians. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, vol. 29, no. 8, pp. 767–775.
  • LaMontagne T, Krnjacki L, Milner A, Butterworth P & Kavanagh A. 2016. Psychosocial job quality in a nationally representative sample of working Australians: a comparison of persons working with versus without with disability. Social Science & Medicine: Population Health. 2: 175–181.
  • Larrimore J, Burkhauser R & Armour P. 2015. Accounting for income changes over the Great Recession: The importance of taxes and transfers. National Tax Journal. 68(2): 281–318.
  • Layard R, Clark A, Cornaglia F, Powdthavee N & Vernoit J. 2014. What Predicts a Successful Life? A Life-course Model of Well-being. Economic Journal. 124(580): F720–F738.
  • Li N. 2016. Multidimensionality of longitudinal data: unlocking the age-happiness puzzle. Social Indicators Research. 128(1): 305–320.
  • Lillard D, Burkhauser R, Hahn M & Wilkins R. 2015. Does early-life income inequality predict self-reported health in later life? Evidence from the United States. Social Science and Medicine. 128: 347–355.
  • MacKinnon A & Wooden M. 2015. A Short-form of the National Adult Reading Test for Use in Epidemiological Surveys, Personality and Individual Differences, 86(November), pp. 101–107.
  • McGuinness S, Hahn M & Wooden M. 2014. The Perceived Probability of Job Loss and Future Labour Market Outcomes. Industrial Relations Journal, vol. 45, no. 4, pp. 329–347.
  • McVicar D, Wooden M, Leung F & Li N. 2016. Work-Related Training and the Probability of Transitioning from Non-Standard to Permanent Employment. British Journal of Work, Environment and Health, vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 623–646.
  • Millner A, Krnjacki L, Butterworth P & LaMontagne T. 2016. The role of social support in protecting mental health when employed and unemployed: a longitudinal fixed-effects analysis using 12 annual waves of the HILDA cohort. Social Science & Medicine. 153(March): 20–26.
  • O’Donoughue-Jenkins L, Butterworth P & Anstey KJ. 2016. Longitudinal analysis of General Practitioner service use by patients with mild cognitive disorders in Australia. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders. 41(5/6): 324–333.
  • Powdthavee N. 2014. What childhood characteristics predict psychological resilience to economic shocks in adulthood? Journal of Economic Psychology. 45(December): 84–101.
  • Powdthavee N. 2015. Would You Like to Know What Makes People Happy? An Overview of the Datasets on Subjective Well-Being. Australian Economic Review. 48(3): 314–320.
  • Powdthavee N, Lekfuangfu W & Wooden M. 2015. What’s the Good of Education on our Overall Quality of Life? A Simultaneous Equation Model of Education and Life Satisfaction for Australia. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, vol. 54, no. 1, pp. 10–21.
  • Powdthavee N & Riyanto YE. 2015. Would you pay for transparently useless advice? A test of boundaries of beliefs in the folly of predictions. Review of Economics and Statistics. 97(2): 242–256.
  • Powdthavee N & Wooden M. 2015. Life Satisfaction and Sexual Minorities: Evidence from Australia and the United Kingdom. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, vol. 116, pp. 107–126.
  • Sabia JJ, Burkhauser RV & Hansen B. 2016. When good measurement goes wrong: new evidence that New York State’s minimum wage reduced employment. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 69(2): 312–219.
  • Watson N. 2014. Evaluation of Weighting Methods to Integrate a Top-Up Sample with an Ongoing Longitudinal Sample. Survey Research Methods, vol. 8, no.3, pp. 195–208.
  • Watson N & Wilkins R. 2015. Design Matters: The impact of CAPI on interview length. Field Methods, vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 244–264.
  • Watson N & Wooden M. 2014. Re-Engaging with Survey Non-Respondents: Evidence from Three Household Panels. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, vol. 77, no. 2, pp. 499–522.
  • Welsh J, Strazdins L, Charlesworth S, Kulik CT & Butterworth P. 2016. Health or harm? A cohort study of the importance of job quality in extended workforce participation by older adults. BMC Public Health. 16: 885.
  • Wilkins R. 2015. Measuring Income Inequality in Australia. Australian Economic Review. 48(1): 93–102.
  • Wooden M, Bubonya M & Cobb-Clarke D. 2016. Sickness Absence and Mental Health: Evidence from a Nationally Representative Longitudinal Surveys. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health, vol. 42, no. 3, pp. 201–218.
  • Wooden M & Li N. 2014. Panel Conditioning and Subjective Well-Being. Social Indicators Research, vol. 117, no. 1, pp. 235–255.
  • Yamamura E, Tsutsui Y, Yamane C, Yamane S & Powdthavee N. 2015. Trust and Happiness: Comparative Study Befire and After the Great East Japan Earthquake. Social Indicators Research. 123(3): 919–935.
  • Azpitarte F. 2014. Was pro-poor economic growth in Australia for the income-poor? And for the multidimensionally-poor? Social Indicators Research, vol. 117, no. 3, pp. 871–905.
  • Azpitarte F & Alonso-Villar O. 2014. Ray-Invariant Intermediate Inequality Measures: a Lorenz Dominance Criterion. Research on Economic Inequality. 22: 401–420.
  • Azpitarte F & Hérault N. 2016. Understanding Changes in the Distribution and Redistribution of Income: A Unifying Decomposition Framework. Review of Income and Wealth. 62(2): 266–282.
  • Barón J, Cobb-Clark D & Erkal N. 2015. Welfare receipt and the intergenerational transmission of work-welfare norms. Southern Economic Journal. 82(1): 208–234.
  • Behaghel L & Moschion J. 2016. T-based Technical Change and Job Instability. Scandinavian Journal of Economics. 118(1): 79–104.
  • Caliendo M, Cobb-Clark D & Uhlendorff A. 2015. Locus of Control and Job Search Strategies. Review of Economics and Statistics. 97(1): 88–103.
  • Cobb-Clark D. 2015. Locus of control and the labour market. IZA Journal of Labor Economics. 4: 3.
  • Cobb-Clark D, Hérault N, Scutella R & Tseng Y-P. 2016. A journey home: What drives how long people are homeless? Journal of Urban Economics. 91: 57–72.
  • Creedy J & Hérault N. 2015. Decomposing Inequality Changes: Allowing for Leisure in the Evaluation of Tax and Transfer Policy Effects. Fiscal Studies. 36(2): 157–180.
  • Gregg P, Scutella R & Vittori C. 2015. Individual Earnings Mobility and the Persistence of Earnings Inequalities in Australia. Economic Record. 91: 16–37.
  • Hanel B, Kalb G, & Scott A. 2014. Nurses’ labour supply elasticities: The importance of accounting for extensive margins. Journal of Health Economics. 33: 94–112.
  • Hérault N & Azpitarte F. 2015. Recent Trends in Income Redistribution in Australia: Can Changes in the Tax-Benefit System Account for the Decline in Redistribution? Economic Record. 91: 38–53.
  • Hérault N & Azpitarte F. 2016. Understanding Changes in the Distribution and Redistribution of Income: A Unifying Decomposition Framework. Review of Income and Wealth. 62(2): 266–282.
  • Hérault N & Kalb G. 2016. Intergenerational Correlation of Labor Market Outcomes. Review of Economics of the Household. 14(1): 231–249.
  • Hérault N, Kalb G & Zakirova R. 2015. A Study into the Persistence of Living in a Jobless Household. Economic Record. 91(293): 209–232.
  • Hérault N & Zakirova R. 2015. Returns to Education: Accounting for Enrolment and Completion Effects. Education Economics. 23(1): 84–100.
  • Hunter B, Kalb G & Le T. 2014. Do age and experiences always go together? The example of Indigenous employment. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 17(2): 67–85.
  • Jordan B, Tseng Y-P, Coombs N, Kennedy A & Borland J. 2014. Improving lifetime trajectories for vulnerable young children and families living with significant stress and social disadvantage: The early years education program randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health. 14: 965.
  • Kalb G, Le T, Hunter B & Leung F. 2014. Identifying Important Factors for Closing the Gap in Labour Force Status between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians. Economic Record. 90(291): 536–550.
  • Kalb G, Le T & Leung F. 2015. Outcomes for Teenage Mothers in the First Years after Birth. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 18(3): 255–279.
  • Kalb G & van Ours JC. 2014. Reading to young children: A head-start in life? Economics of Education Review. 40: 1–24.
  • McVicar D, Moschion J & van Ours J. 2015. From substance use to homelessness or vice versa? Social Science & Medicine. 136-137(July): 89–98.
  • Moschion J & Tabasso D. 2014. Trust of Second Generation Immigrants: Intergenerational Transmission or Cultural Assimilation? IZA Journal of Migration. 3: 10.
  • Van de Ven, J & Voitchovsky S. 2016. Skilled migrants and labour market integration: how important is the selection process?. IZA Journal of Migration. 4(1): 1–28.
  • Caggiano G, Castelnuovo E, Colombo V & Nodari G. 2015. Estimating Fiscal Multipliers: News from a Non-linear World. Economic Journal. 125(584): 746–776.
  • Caggiano G, Castelnuovo E & Groshenny N. 2014. Uncertainty shocks and unemployment dynamics in U.S. recessions. Journal of Monetary Economics. 67(October): 78–92.
  • Castelnuovo E. 2016. Modest Macroeconomic Effects of Monetary Policy Shocks During the Great Moderation: An Alternative Interpretation. Journal of Macroeconomics. 47(Part B, March): 300–314.
  • Castelnuovo E. 2016. Monetary Policy Shocks and Cholesky-VARs: An Assessment for the Euro Area. Empirical Economics. 50(2): 383–414.
  • Castelnuovo E & Fanelli L. 2015. Monetary Policy Indeterminacy and Identification Failures in the U.S.: Results from A Robust Test. Journal of Applied Econometrics. 30(6): 924–947.
  • Castelnuovo E, Lim G & Robinson T. 2016. Introduction to the Policy Forum: Macroeconomic Consequences of Macroprudential Policies. The Australian Economic Review. 49(1): 77–82.
  • Chow HK, Lim GC & McNelis PD. 2014. Monetary Regime Choice in Singapore: Would a Taylor Rule Outperform Exchange-Rate Management? Journal of Asian Economics. 30: 63–81.
  • Dixon R, Griffiths W & Lim G. 2014. Lay people’s models of the economy: A study based on surveys of consumer sentiments. Journal of Economic Psychology. 44: 13–20.
  • Dixon R & Lim GC. 2016. Modelling the Dynamics of Regional Employment–Population Ratios and their Commonality. Urban Studies. 53(2): 338–354.
  • Dixon R, Lim G & Freebairn J. 2014. Regional Beveridge Curves: A Latent Variable Approach. Regional Studies. 48(2): 254–269.
  • Dixon R, Lim G & van Ours J. 2015. The effect of shocks to labour market flows on unemployment and participation rates. Applied Economics. 47(24): 2523–2539.
  • Lim GC & Nguyen VH. 2015. Alternative Weighting Approaches to Computing Indexes of Economic Activity. Journal of Economic Surveys. 29: 287–300.
  • Lim G, Nguyen V & Chua C. 2014. Review of the Australian Economy 2013–14: The Age of Austerity? Australian Economic Review. 47(1): 1–12.
  • Ouliaris S & Pagan A. 2016. A Method for Working with Sign Restrictions in Structural Equation Modelling. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. 78(5): 605–622.
  • Pagan A & Robinson T. 2014. Methods for Assessing the Impact of Financial Effects Upon the Business Cycle in Macroeconometric Models. Journal of Macroeconomics. 41: 94–106.
  • Robinson T, Tsiaplias S & Nguyen VH. 2015. The Australian Economy in 2014–15: An Economy in Transition. Australian Economic Review. 48: 1–14.
  • Robinson T, Tsiaplias S & Nguyen VH. 2016. The Australian Economy in 2015–16: Uncertainties and Challenges. Australian Economic Review. 49(1): 5–19.
  • Antecol H, Cobb-Clark D & Helland E. 2014. Bias in the Legal Profession: Self-Assessed versus Statistical Measures of Discrimination. The Journal of Legal Studies. 43(2): 323–357.
  • Cobb-Clark D, Kassenboehmer S & Schurer S. 2014. Healthy Habits: The Connection between Diet, Exercise, and Locus of Control. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. 98(February): 1–28.
  • Cobb-Clark D & Gorgens T. 2014. Parents’ economic support of young-adult children: Do socioeconomic circumstances matter? Journal of Population Economics. 27(2): 447–471.
  • Cobb-Clark D & Tekin E. 2014. Fathers and Youths’ Delinquent Behavior. Review of Economics of the Household. 12(2): 327–358.
  • Danguy J, de Rassenfosse G & van Pottelsberghe de La Potterie B. 2014. On the origins of the worldwide surge in patenting: An industry perspective on the R&D-patent relationship. Industrial and Corporate Change. 23(2): 535–572.
  • De Rassenfosse G, Dernis H & Boedt G. 2014. An Introduction to the Patstat Database with Example Queries. Australian Economic Review. 47(3): 395–408.
  • De Rassenfosse G, Schoen A & Wastyn A. 2014. Selection bias in innovation studies: A simple test. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 81(January): 287–299.
  • De Rassenfosse G & Williams R. 2015. Rules of engagement: Measuring connectivity in national systems of higher education. Higher Education. 70(6): 941–956.
  • Garnaut, R. 2014. Australia and Resources in the Asian Century. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. 58(3): 301–313.
  • Jensen P. 2014. Understanding the Impact of Migration on Innovation. Australian Economic Review. 47(2): 240–250.
  • Jensen P & Webster E. 2014. Patents, Transaction Costs and Academic Research Project Choice. Economic Record. 90(289): 179–196.
  • Jensen P, Palangkaraya A. & Webster E. 2015. Trust and the market for technology. Research Policy. 44(2), 340–56.
  • Lane J, Owen-Smith J, Rosen R & Weinberg B. 2015. New linked data on research investments: Scientific workforce, productivity, and public value. Research Policy. 44(9): 1659–1671.
  • Nolan B & Voitchovsky S. 2016. Job Loss by Wage Level: Lessons from the Great Recession in Ireland. IZA Journal of European Labor Studies. 5(December): 7.
  • Voitchovsky S. 2014. Occupational downgrading and wages of New Member States immigrants to Ireland. International Migration Review. 48(2): 500–537.
  • Weatherall K & Webster E. 2014. Patent enforcement: A review of the literature. Journal of Economic Surveys. 28(2): 312–343.
  • Webster E, Jensen P & Palangkaraya A. 2014. Patent Examination Outcomes and the National Treatment Principle. RAND Journal of Economics. 45(2): 449–469.
  • Weinberg B, Owen-Smith J, Rosen R, Schwarz L, Allen B, Weiss R & Lane J. 2014. Science funding and short-term economic activity. Science. 334(6179): 41–43.
  • Williams R & de Rassenfosse G. 2016. Pitfalls in aggregating performance measures in higher education. Studies in Higher Education. 41(1): 51–62.

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