Research Archives

2014

  • Books
    • McPake B, Scott A and Edoka I. 2014. Analyzing Markets for Health Workers: Insights from Labor and Health Economics. The World Bank.
  • Book Chapters
    • 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.
    • 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
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Azpitarte F & Alonso-Villar O. 2014. Ray-Invariant Intermediate Inequality Measures: a Lorenz Dominance Criterion. Research on Economic Inequality. 22: 401–420.
    • 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.
    • 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 & Peyton K. 2014. How windfall income increases gambling at poker machines. Economic Record. 90(289): 236–248.
    • 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, 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.
    • Burkhauser R. 2014. Another look at the Economics of Minimum Wage Legislation. Australian Economic Review. 47(3): 409–415.
    • Caggiano G, Castelnuovo E & Groshenny N. 2014. Uncertainty shocks and unemployment dynamics in U.S. recessions. Journal of Monetary Economics. 67(October): 78–92.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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 G & Freebairn J. 2014. Regional Beveridge Curves: A Latent Variable Approach. Regional Studies. 48(2): 254–269.
    • Garnaut, R. 2014. Australia and Resources in the Asian Century. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. 58(3): 301–313.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Jensen P & Webster E. 2014. Patents, Transaction Costs and Academic Research Project Choice. Economic Record. 90(289): 179–196.
    • Jensen P. 2014. Understanding the Impact of Migration on Innovation. Australian Economic Review. 47(2): 240–250.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • lb G & van Ours JC. 2014. Reading to young children: A head-start in life? Economics of Education Review. 40: 1–24.
    • lb 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.
    • 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.
    • 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 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, 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Moschion J & Tabasso D. 2014. Trust of Second Generation Immigrants: Intergenerational Transmission or Cultural Assimilation? IZA Journal of Migration. 3: 10.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Powdthavee N. 2014. What childhood characteristics predict psychological resilience to economic shocks in adulthood? Journal of Economic Psychology. 45(December): 84–101.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Ribar D. 2014. How to improve participation in social assistance programs. IZA World of Labor. 2014: 104.
    • Ryan C. 2014. Youth Allowance and the Financial Position of Young Australians. Australian Economic Review. 47(1): 115–123.
    • Scott A & Joyce C. 2014. The future of medical careers. Medical Journal of Australia, Perspectives, 201(2): 82–83.
    • Scott A. 2014. Getting the balance right between generalism and specialisation. Does remuneration matter? Australian Family Physician, 43(4) April: 229–232.
    • Voitchovsky S. 2014. Occupational downgrading and wages of New Member States immigrants to Ireland. International Migration Review. 48(2): 500–537.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Wooden M & Li N. 2014. Panel Conditioning and Subjective Well-Being. Social Indicators Research, vol. 117, no. 1, pp. 235–255.

2013

  • Books
    • Garnaut R. 2013. Dog Days: Australia after the boom . Black Inc, Melbourne.
    • Marks GN. 2013. Education, Social Background and Cognitive Ability. The decline of the social. Routledge.
  • Book Chapters
    • Azpitarte F. 2013. Was economic growth in Australia pro-poor?. In Smyth P & Buchanan J (eds) Inclusive Growth in Australia: social policy as economic investment . Allen & Unwin, pp. 41-64.
    • Buddelmeyer H. 2013. Social Inclusion, Education and Inclusive Growth. In Smyth P & Buchanan J (eds) Inclusive Growth in Australia: social policy as economic investment . Allen & Unwin, pp. 157-174.
    • Burkhauser R. 2013. Comments on Nudged, Pushed or Mugged: Policies to Encourage. Gary Burtless and Henry J. Aaron (eds.), Closing the Deficit: How Much Can Later Retirement Help? Washington, DC: Brookings Institute Press: pp. 93-99.
    • Burkhauser R, Houtenville A and Tennant J. 2013. Measuring the Population with Disabilities for Policy Analysis. In Couch K, Daly M and Zissimopoulos J (eds.), Lifecycle Events and Economic Security: The Roles of Job Loss, Disability and Changing Family Structure . Stanford University Press: pp. 215-239.
    • Flodgren G, Eccles MP, Scott A & Shepperd S. 2013. Financial incentive interventions. In Straus SE, Tetroe J & Graham ID (eds), Knowledge Translation in Health Care: Moving from Evidence to Practice . United States: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, pp. 222-226.
    • Garnaut R, Fang C and Song, L. 2013. China’s New Strategy for Long-term Growth and Development: Imperatives and Implications in R. Garnaut, Cai Fang and Ligang Song (eds), China: A New Model for Growth and Development , Australian National University Epress and Social Sciences Academic Press China, Canberra and Beijing, pp. 1-16.
    • Garnaut, R. 2013 China’s Climate Change Mitigation in International Context, in R. Garnaut, Cai Fang and Ligang Song (eds), China: A New Model for Growth and Development , Australian National University Epress and Social Sciences Academic Press China, Canberra and Beijing, pp. 281-300.
    • Garnaut R. 2013. Making the International System Work for the Platinum Age. In D.S. Prasada Rao and Bart van Ark (eds), World Economic Performance: Past, Present and Future , Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, U.K, pp. 162-92.
    • Garnaut R. 2013. Macro-economic implications of the turning point. In Yiping Huang and Fang Cai (eds), Debating the Lewis Turning Point in China , Routledge, London.
    • Garnaut R. 2013. Making the International System Work for the Platinum Age. In Rao DSP & Van Ark B (eds), World Economic Performance: Past, Present and Future . Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
    • Greenwood‐Nimmo M, Nguyen V H & Shin Y. 2013. Using Global VAR Models for Scenario‐Based Forecasting and Policy Analysis. In di Mauro F & Hashem Pesaran M (eds), The GVAR Handbook: Structure and Applications of a Macro Model of the Global Economy for Policy Analysis . United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, pp. 97-113.
    • Headey BW. 2013. Set-point theory may now need replacing: death of a paradigm?. In David S, Bonniwell I & Conley Ayers A (eds), Oxford Handbook of Happiness . United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, pp. 887-900.
    • Marks G. 2013. Reproduction of Economic Inequalities: Are the Figures for the United States and United Kingdom Too High? in Gunn Elisabeth Birkelund (ed.) Class and Stratification Analysis (Comparative Social Research, Volume 30) , Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 341‐363.
    • Marks G. 2013. Accounting for the Declining Impact of Class on the Vote in Australia. In Evans G & Dirk De Graaf N (eds), Political Choice Matters: Explaining the Strength of Class and Religious Cleavages in Cross-National Perspective . Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, pp. 137-164.
    • Williams R. 2013. System Funding and Institutional Allocation. In G. Croucher, S. Marginson, A. Norton and J. Wells (eds), The Dawkins Revolution 25 Years On , Melbourne University Press, pp. 91-107.
  • Refereed Journal Articles
    • Antecol H and Cobb-Clark D. 2013. Do Psychosocial Traits Help Explain Gender Segregation in Young People's Occupations? Labour Economics. 21 (April) : 59–73.
    • Armour, P, Burkhauser R & Larrimore J. 2013. Deconstructing Income and Income Inequality Measures: A Crosswalk from Market Income to Comprehensive Income. American Economic Review. 103 (3): 173-77.
    • Azpitarte F. 2013. The Measurement of Poverty using Income and Wealth : a Comparison of Multidimensional Approaches using U.S and Spanish Data. Papeles de Economia Española . 135: 50–67.
    • Borland J, Tseng Y-P and Wilkins R. 2013. Does Coordination of Welfare Services Delivery Make a Difference for Extremely Disadvantaged Jobseekers? Evidence from the ‘YP4’ Trial. Economic Record . 89 (287): 469–489.
    • Bosua R, Gloet MB, Kurnia S, Mendoza A & Yong J. 2013. Telework, productivity and wellbeing: an Australian perspective. Telecommunications Journal of Australia . 63 (1): 1-12.
    • Boyce C, Wood A, and Powdthavee, N. 2013. Is Personality Fixed? Personality Changes as Much as “Variable” Economic Factors and More Strongly Predicts Changes to Life Satisfaction. Social Indicators Research . 111 (1): 287-305.
    • Burkhauser R, Daly M & Lucking B. 2013. Is Australia One Recession Away from a Disability Blowout? Lessons from Other Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Countries. Australian Economic Review . 46 (3): 357-368.
    • Burkhauser R, Larrimore J & Simon K. 2013. Measuring the Impact of Health Insurance on Levels and Trends in Inequality and How the Affordable Care Act of 2010 Could Affect Them. Contemporary Economic Policy. 31(4): 779-794.
    • Burnett J, Davis K, Murawski C, Wilkins R & Wilkinson N. 2013. Adequacy of retirement savings in Australia. JASSA: The Finsia Journal of Applied Finance . 4: 28-35.
    • Cheng TC, Joyce C & Scott A. 2013. An empirical analysis of public and private medical practice in Australia. Health Policy . 111 (1): 43-51.
    • Chua CL, Suardi S & Tsiaplias S. 2013. Predicting short‐term interest rates using Bayesian model averaging: Evidence from weekly and high frequency data. International Journal of Forecasting . 29 (3): 442‐455.
    • Cobb-Clark D & Schurer S. 2013. Two Economists' Musings on the Stability of Locus of Control. The Economic Journal . 123 (570): F358-F400.
    • Cobb-Clark D & Stillman S. 2013.Return Migration and the Age Profile of Retirement Among Immigrants. IZA Journal of Migration. 2: 20.
    • De Rassenfosse G. 2013. Do firms face a trade-off between the quantity and the quality of their inventions?. Research Policy . 42 (5): 1072-1079.
    • De Rassenfosse G & van Pottelsberghe de La Potterie B. 2013. The role of fees in patent systems: theory and evidence. Journal of Economic Surveys . 27 (4) : 696-716.
    • De Rassenfosse G, Dernis H, Guellec D, Picci L, and van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie B. 2013. The worldwide count of priority patents: A new indicator of inventive activity. Research Policy . 42 (3): 720-737.
    • Fok, YK and McVicar D. 2013. Did the 2007 Welfare Reforms for Low-Income Parents in Australia Increase Welfare Exits?. IZA Journal of Labor Policy . 2 (3).
    • Fok Y, Jeon S, Wilkins R. 2013. Does part-time employment help or hinder Australian lone mothers’ movements into full-time employment?. Oxford Economic Papers . 65 (2): 523-547.
    • Greenhalgh C & Webster E. 2013. The use and abuse of trade marks. Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin . 26 (4): 98-99.
    • Hahn M & Haisken-DeNew. 2013. PanelWhiz and the Australian Longitudinal Data Infrastructure in Economics. Australian Economic Review . 46 (3): 379-386.
    • Hahn M & Wilkins R. 2013. Perceived job discrimination in Australia: Its correlates and consequences. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 16 (1): 43-64.
    • Hanel B. 2013. The Impact of Paid Maternity Leave Rights on Labour Market Outcomes. Economic Record . 89 (286): 339-366.
    • Headey B, Muffels R & Wagner G. 2013. Choices which change Life Satisfaction: Similar results for Australia, Britain and Germany. Social Indicators Research. 112 (3): 725-748.
    • Jensen P. 2013. Choosing your PhD topic (and why it is important). Australian Economic Review. 46(4): 499-507.
    • Killackey,E, Allott, K, Cotton, S, Jackson, H, Scutella, R, Tseng, Y-P, Borland, J, Proffitt, T-M, Hunt, S, Kay-Lambkin, F, Chinnery, G, Baksheev, G, Alvarez-Jimenez, M and McGorry, P. ‘A Randomised Controlled Trial of Vocational Intervention for Young People with First Episode Psychosis: Method.’ Early Intervention in Psychiatry . 7 (3): 329-337.
    • Lim GC, Chua CL and Nguyen VH. 2013. Review of the Australian Economy 2012–13: A Tale of Two Relativities. Australian Economic Review . 46 (1): 1–13.
    • Lim G and McNelis P. 2013. Alternative Government Spending Rules: Effects on Income Inequality and Welfare. Macroeconomic Dynamics . 17 (7): 1467–1495.
    • Lim G, Tsiaplias S and Chua CL. 2013. Bank and Official Interest Rates: How Do They Interact over Time? Economic Record . 89 (285) : 160-174.
    • Marks, G. 2013. Evaluating Effectively Maintained Inequality: School and Post-School Transitions, Socioeconomic Background, Ability and Curricular Placement. Social Science Research . 42: 1635–1649.
    • McVicar D. 2013. Local level Incapacity Benefits Rolls in Britain: Correlates and Convergence. Regional Studies . 47 (8): 1267-1282.
    • McVicar D & Wilkins R. 2013. Explaining the Growth in the Number of Recipients of the Disability Support Pension in Australia. Australian Economic Review . 46 (3): 345-356.
    • Moschion, J. 2013. The Impact of Fertility on Mothers’ Labour Supply in Australia: Evidence from Exogenous Variation in Family Size. Economic Record . 89 (286): 319-338.
    • Muffels R & Headey BW. 2013. Capabilities and Choices: Do They Make Sen'se for Understanding Objective and Subjective Well-Being? An Empirical Test of Sen's Capability Framework on German and British Panel Data. Social Indicators Research . 110 (3): 1159-1185.
    • Nguyen V & Claus E. 2013. Good news, bad news, consumer sentiment and consumption behaviour. Journal of Economic Psychology. 39 : 426-438.
    • Palangkaraya A and Yong J. 2013. Effects of competition on hospital quality: an examination using hospital administrative data. European Journal of Health Economics . 14 (3) : 415-429.
    • Polidano C. 2013. Impacts of Demand-Driven Reforms on Access to Vocational Education and Training for People with Disability. Australian Economic Review . 46 (3): 369-378.
    • Polidano C, Hanel B and Buddelmeyer H. 2013. Explaining the socio-economic status school completion gap. Education Economics . 21 (3): 230-247.
    • Powdthavee, N and Vernoit J. 2013. Parental unemployment and children's happiness: a longitudinal study of young people's well-being in unemployed households. Labour Economics . 24: 253-263.
    • Ryan C. 2013. What is behind the decline in student achievement in Australia? Economics of Education Review . 37 (December): 226-239.
    • Schonlau M, Kroh M & Watson N. 2013. The implementation of cross-sectional weights in household panel surveys. Statistics Surveys . 7: 37-57.
    • Scott A, Witt J, Humphreys J, Joyce C, Kalb G,Jeon S. and McGrail M. 2013. Getting doctors into the bush: General Practitioners' preferences for rural location. Social Science and Medicine . 96: 33-44.
    • Scutella R, Johnson G, Moschion J, Tseng Y-P and Wooden M. Understanding lifetime homeless duration: investigating wave 1 findings from the Journeys Home project. Australian Journal of Social Issues . 48(1): pp. 83-110.
    • Scutella R, Wilkins R & Kostenko W. 2013. Intensity and Persistence of Individuals’ Social Exclusion in Australia. Australian Journal of Social Issues . 48 (3): 273-298.
    • Sicilani L, Sivey P & Street A. 2013. Differences in Length of Stay for Hip Replacement between Public Hospitals, Specialised Treatment Centres and Private Providers: Selection or Efficiency? Health Economics . 22 (2): 234-242.
    • Thomson R. 2013. Measures of R&D tax incentives for OECD countries. Review of Economics and Institutions: economia, societa e istituzioni. 4 (3).
    • Thomson R. 2013. National scientific capacity and R&D offshoring. Research Policy . 42 (2): 517-528.
    • Thomson R & Jensen P. 2013. The effects of government subsidies on business R&D employment: Evidence from OECD countries. National Tax Journal . 66 (2) : 281-310.
    • Thomson R and Webster E. 2013. Risk and vertical separation: the case of developing new technology. Oxford Economic Papers . 65 (3): 653-674.
    • Thomson R & Webster E. 2013. Innovation and Productivity. Australian Economic Review. 46 (4): 483-488.
    • Tinelli M, Ryan N, Bond C, and Scott A. 2013. Valuing Benefits to Inform a Clinical Trial in Pharmacy. Pharmacoeconomics . 31 (2) : 163-171.
    • Tsiaplias S & Chua CL. 2013. A Multivariate GARCH Model Incorporating the Direct and Indirect Transmission of Shocks. Econometric Reviews . 32 (2) : 244-271.
    • Watson N & Wooden M. 2013. Adding a top-up sample to the HILDA Survey. The Australian Economic Review . 46 (4): 489-498.
    • Wilkins R & Wooden M. 2013. Gender Differences in Involuntary Job Loss: Why are Men More Likely to Lose Their Jobs? Industrial Relations . 52 (2) : 582-608.
    • Williams R. 2013.Queen’s College and Australian Economics: 1900-1955. History of Economics Review . 58 (Summer) : 44-56.
    • Williams R, de Rassenfosse G, Jensen P & Marginson S. 2013. The Determinants of Quality National Higher Education Systems. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management. 35 (6): 599-611.

2012

  • Books
    • Wiliams R. 2012. The Policy Providers: A History of the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, 1962-2012. Melbourne University Press.
  • Book Chapters
    • Burkhauser RV. 2012. Deconstructing European Poverty Measures. In Besharov D & Couch K (eds), Counting the Poor: New Thinking About European Poverty Measures and Lessons for the United States. United States: Oxford University Press, pp. 79-91.
    • Garnaut RG. 2012. Indonesia in the New World Balance. In Reid A (ed), The Repositioning of Asia's Third Giant. Pasir Panjang, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, pp. 14-27.
    • Headey BW, Krause P & Wagner G. 2012. Poverty redefined as low consumption and low wealth, not just low income: psychological consequences in Australia and Germany. In Besharov D & Couch K (eds), Counting the Poor: New Thinking About European Poverty Measures and Lessons for the United States. New York, United States: Oxford University Press, pp. 363-384.
    • Huang V, Weatherall K & Webster EM. 2012. The use of survey evidence in Australian trade mark and passing-off cases. In Kenyon A, Richardson M & Wee LN (eds), The Law of Reputation and Brands in the Asia Pacific. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, pp. 181-202.
  • Refereed Journal Articles
    • Azpitarte, F. 2012. Measuring Poverty using both Income and Wealth: A Cross‐Country Comparison between the U.S. and Spain. Review of Income and Wealth. 58 (1): 24-50.
    • Black D, Polidano C & Tseng Y. 2012. The re-engagement in education of early school leavers. Australian Economic Papers. 31 (2): 202-215.
    • Buddelmeyer H, Herault N, Kalb G & van Zijll de Jong. 2012. Linking a Microsimulation Model to a Dynamic CGE Model: Climate Change Mitigation Policies and Income Distribution in Australia. International Journal of Microsimulation. 5 (2): 40-58.
    • Burkhauser R & Daly M. 2012. Social Security Disability Insurance: Time For Fundamental Change. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 31 (1) : 454-461.
    • Burkhauser R, Larrimore J & Simon K. 2012. A Second Opinion on the Economic Health of the American Middle Class. National Tax Journal. 65 (1) : 7-32.
    • Burkhauser R, Feng S, Jenkins S & Larrimore J. 2012. Recent Trends in Top Income Shares in the USA: Reconciling Estimates from March CPS and IRS Tax Return Data. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 94 (2): 371-388.
    • Burkhauser R, Schmeiser M & Weathers II R. 2012. The Importance of Anti-Discrimination and Workers' Compensation Laws on the Provision of Workplace Accommodations Following the Onset of a Disability. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 65 (1): 161-180.
    • Cai L & Waddoups J. 2012. Unobserved Heterogeneity, Job Training and the Employer Size–Wage Effect in Australia. Australian Economic Review. 45 (2) : 158-175.
    • Cheng TC, Scott A, Jeon S, Kalb G, Humphreys J & Joyce C. 2012. What Factors Influence the Earnings of General Practitioners and Medical Specialists? Evidence from the Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life Survey. Health Economics. 21 (11) : 1300-1317.
    • Choi K, Tienda M, Cobb‐Clark D & Sinning M. 2012. Immigration and status exchange in Australia and the United States. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. 30 (1): 49-62.
    • Chua CL, Lim G & Tsiaplias S. 2012. A latent variable approach to forecasting the unemployment rate. Journal of Forecasting, 31 (3): 229–244.
    • Chua CL, Suardi S & Tsiaplias S. 2012. An impulse-response function for a VAR with multivariate GARCH-in-Mean that incorporates direct and indirect transmission of shocks. Economics Letters. 117 (2) : 452-454.
    • Claus E & Dungey M. 2012. US monetary policy surprises: Identification with shifts and rotations in the term structure. Journal of Money, Credit & Banking. 44 (7) : 1443-1453.
    • Claus E & Lucey B. 2012. Equity market integration in the Asia Pacific region: Evidence from discount factors. Research in International Business and Finance. 26 (2): 137-163.
    • Cobb-Clark D. 2012. That Pesky Problem of Persistent Gender Bias. Australian Economic Review. 45 (2) : 211-215.
    • Cobb-Clark D & Nguyen T-H. 2012. Educational Attainment Across Generations: The Role of Immigration Background. Economic Record. 88 (283) : 554-575.
    • Cobb-Clark D & Ribar D. 2012. Financial Stress, Family Relationships and Australian Youth's Transition from Home and School. Review of Economics of the Household. 10 (4): 469–490.
    • Cobb-Clark D, Ryan C & Sartbayeva A. 2012. Taking Chances: The Effect of Growing Up on Welfare on the Risky Behavior of Young People. Scandinavian Journal of Economics. 114 (3) : 729-755.
    • Cobb-Clark D. & Schurer S. 2012. The stability of big-five personality traits. Economics Letters. 115 (1): 11-15.
    • Cobb-Clark D, Sinning M, and Stillman S. 2012. Migrant Youths' Educational Achievement: The Role of Institutions. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 643: 18-45.
    • Cohen-Zada D. & Justman M. 2012. Affinity and tension between religious denominations: Evidence from private school enrolment. Regional Science and Urban Economics. 42 (6): 950-960.
    • Creedy J & Herault N. 2012. Welfare-improving income tax reforms: A microsimulation analysis. Oxford Economic Papers. 64 (1): 128-150.
    • De Rassenfosse G. 2012. How SMEs exploit their intellectual property assets: evidence from survey data. Small Business Economics. 39 (2): 437-452.
    • De Rassenfosse G & Van Pottelsberghe de la B. 2012. On the Price Elasticity of Demand for Patents. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. 74 (1): 58-77.
    • Dixon R & Lim G. 2012. A Univariate Model of Aggregate Labour Productivity. Applied Economics. 44 (5): 581-585.
    • Garnaut R. 2012. The contemporary China resources boom. The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 56: 1–22.
    • Glasziou PP, Buchan H, Del Mar C, Doust J, Harris M, Knight R, Scott A, Scott I, Stockwell A. 2012. When financial incentives do more good than harm: a checklist. British Medical Journal. 345 (e5047): 1-5.
    • Greenwood-Nimmo M, Nguyen V & Shin Y. 2012. Probabilistic Forecasting of Output Growth, Inflation and the Balance of Trade in a GVAR Framework, Journal of Applied Econometrics. 27 (4): 554-573.
    • Hanel B. 2012. The Effect of Disability Pension Incentives on Early Retirement Decisions. Labour Economics. 19 (4) : 595-607.
    • Hanel B & Riphahn R. 2012. The Employment of Mothers – Recent Developments and their Determinants in East and West Germany. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik (Journal of Economics and Statistics). 232 (2): 146-176.
    • Hanel B & Riphahn R. 2012. The Timing of Retirement: New Evidence from Swiss Female Workers. Labour Economics. 19 (5) : 718-728.
    • Hérault N, Kostenko W, Marks G & Zakirov R. The effects of macroeconomic conditions on the education and employment outcomes of youth. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 15 (1): 17-36.
    • Humphreys J, McGrail M, Joyce C, Scott A & Kalb G. 2012. Who should receive recruitment and retention incentives? Improved targeting of rural doctors using medical workforce data. Australian Journal of Rural Health. 20 (1): 3-10.
    • Hunter L, Webster E & Wyatt A. 2012. Accounting for expenditures on intangibles. Abacus. 48 (1): 104-145.
    • Jensen P. 2012. Innovative China: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities. Australian Economic Review, 45 (4): 455–456.
    • Justman M & Gilboa Y. 2012. The Scope for Promoting Equal Opportunity in Education: Evidence from the Kibbutz. Education, Finance and Policy. Fall 2012, 7 (4) : 489-515.
    • Kassenboehmer S & Haisken-DeNew J. 2012. Heresy or enlightenment? The well-being age U-shape effect is flat. Economics Letters. 117 (1): 235–238.
    • Kecmanovic M. 2012. Men's wage inequality in Serbia's transition. Economic Systems. 36 : 65-86.
    • Le T, Gibson J & Stillman S. 2012. Wealth and saving in New Zealand: evidence from the longitudinal survey of family, income and employment. New Zealand Economic Papers. 46 (2): 93-118.
    • Lim G, Chua M, Claus E & Nguyen V. 2012. Review of the Australian Economy 2011–12: A Case of Déjà Vu. Australian Economic Review. 45 (1): 1-13.
    • Lim G & McNelis P. 2012. Macroeconomic Volatility and Counterfactual Inflation-Targeting in Hong Kong. Pacific Economic Review. 17 (2): 304-325.
    • Lynagh M, Bonevski B, Sanson-Fisher R, Symonds I, Scott A, Hall A & Oldmeadow C. 2012. An RCT protocol of varying financial incentive amounts for smoking cessation among pregnant women. BMC Public Health. 12:1032
    • McGrail M, Humphreys J, Joyce CM & Scott A. 2012. International medical graduates mandated to practise in rural Australia are highly unsatisfied: Results from a national survey of doctors. Health Policy. 108 (2): 133-139.
    • McGrail M, Humphreys J, Joyce CM, Scott A & Kalb G. 2012. How do rural GPs' workload and work activities differ with community size compared with metropolitan practice? Australian Journal of Primary Health. 18 (3) : 228-233.
    • McGuinness S, Webster E & Mavromaras K. 2012. What are the characteristics of the employers of the low paid in Australia? Australian Bulletin of Labour. 38 (1) : 26-47.
    • Moschion J. 2012. Reconciling Work and Family Life: Reconciling Work and Family Life: the Effect of Preschooling. Revue Economique. 63 (2) : 187-214.
    • Peyton K. 2012. Ethics and Politics in Field Experiments. The Experimental Political Scientist. 3 (1): 20-36.
    • Peyton K & Belasen A. 2012. Corruption in Emerging and Developing Economies: Evidence from a Pooled Cross-Section. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade. 48 (2): 29-43.
    • Sabia J, Burkhauser R & Hansen B. 2012. Are the Effects of Minimum Wage Increases Always Small? New Evidence from a Case Study of New York State. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 65 (2) : 350-376.
    • Scott A. 2012. Paying for the Health Workforce. Medical Journal of Australia. 1 Suppl 3 : 29-31.
    • Sivey P. 2012. The effect of waiting time and distance on hospital choice for English cataract patients. Health Economics, 21 (4): 444–456.
    • Sivey P, Scott A, Witt J, Joyce C & Humphreys J. 2012. Junior doctors' preferences for specialty choice. Journal of Health Economics. 31 (6): 813-823.
    • Thomson R & Webster E. 2012. The Design of R&D Support Schemes for Industry. Economic Papers. 31 (4) : 464-477.
    • Van De Ven J. 2012. Implications of the National Employment Savings Trust for vulnerable sectors of the UK labour market: A reduced-form statistical evaluation. National Institute Economic Review. 219 : 77-89.
    • Watson N & Wooden M. 2012. The HILDA Survey: a case study in the design and development of a successful Household Panel Survey. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies. 3 (3) : 369-381.
    • Wilkins R & Leigh A. 2012. Effects of temporary in-work benefits for welfare recipients: Examination of the Australian Working Credit Programme. Fiscal Studies. 33 (3) : 335-369.
    • Williams R. 2012. History of Federal-State Relations in Australia: A Review of the Methodologies Used. Australian Economic Review. 45 (2): 145-157.
    • Wooden M, Bevitt A, Chigavazira A, Greer N, Johnson G, Killackey E, Moschion J, Scutella R, Tseng Y, & Watson N. Introducing Journeys Home. Australian Economic Review. 45 (3): 368-378.

2011

  • Books
    • Garnaut R. 2011. The Garnaut Review 2011: Australia in the Global Response to Climate Change. Cambridge University Press.
  • Book Chapters
    • Chua, C.L. and Claus E. (2011), 'Consumer Sentiment in Australia', in Landscapes of Urban Consumption, eds P. Newton, Melbourne, Australia, CSIRO publishing, pp 81-92.
    • Garnaut, R. (2011), 'Making the international system work for the platinum age of Asian growth', in S. Armstrong and V. T. Thanh (eds), International Institutions and Asian Development, Routledge Publishing, Abingdon and New York, pp. 25-48.
    • Headey B & Grabka M. 2011. Health correlates of pet ownership: national surveys. In Mccardle P, Mccune S, Griffin JA & Maholmes V (eds), How Animals Effect Us. Washington DC, United States: American Psychological Association, pp. 153-162.
    • Scott A & Jan S. 2011. Primary Care. In Smith P & Giled S (eds), Oxford Handbook of Health Economics. Oxford University Press, Oxford
    • Wooden M & Wilkins R. 2011. Economic Approaches to Studying Underemployment. In Maynard DC & Feldman DC (eds), Underemployment: Psychological, Economic, and Social Challenges. New York, United States: Springer, pp. 13-34.
  • Refereed Journal Articles
    • Bauer V, Cobb-Clark D, Hildebrand V. & Sinning M. 2011. A Comparative Analysis of the Nativity Wealth Gap. Economic Inquiry. 49 (4): 989-1007.
    • Black D, Tseng, Y & Wilkins R. 2011. Do changes in demographic characteristics explain declining male employment rates? Examination of the Australian case using a propensity score re-weighting decomposition approach. Applied Economics. 43 (28): 4215-4226.
    • Borland J & Tseng Y. 2011. Does 'Work for the Dole' work?: an Australian perspective on work experience programmes. Applied Economics. 43 (28): 4353-4368.
    • Buddelmeyer H & Wilkins R. 2011. Effects of Tightening Smoking Regulations on Take-up and Cessation of Smoking. The Australian Economic Review. 44 (2): 167-181.
    • Buddelmeyer H & Wooden M. 2011. Transitions Out of Casual Employment: The Australian Experience. Industrial Relations. 50 (1): 109-130.
    • Cai L & Liu A. 2011. Public-Private Sector Wage Gap in Australia: Variation along the Distribution. British Journal of Industrial Relations. 49 (2): 362-390.
    • Cai L & Waddoups C.J. 2011. Union Wage Effects in Australia: Evidence from Panel Data. British Journal of Industrial Relations. 49 (s2): s279-s305.
    • Chua CL, Kim D & Suardi S. 2011. Are Empirical Measures of Macroeconomic Uncertainty Alike? Journal of Economic Surveys. 25 (4): 801-827.
    • Chua, CL, Lim, G & Smith P. 2011. A Bayesian Simulation Approach to Inference on a Multi-State Latent Factor Intensity Model. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Statistics. 50 (2): 179-195.
    • Chua CL, Palangkaraya A & Yong J. 2011. Hospital Competition, Technical Efficiency and Quality. Economic Record. 87 (277): 252-268.
    • Chua CL & Tsiaplias S. 2011. Predicting Economic Contractions and Expansions with the Aid of Professional Forecasts. International Journal of Forecasting. 27 (2): 438-451.
    • Claus E. 2011. Seven leading indexes of New Zealand employment. Economic Record. 87 (276): 76-89.
    • Claus E & Claus I. 2011. The effects of taxation on migration: Some evidence for the ASEAN and the APEC countries. Asian Development Review. 28 (1): 22-50.
    • Cobb-Clark D. 2011. The Balancing Act: Issues in the Funding of Public and Private Schools in Australia. The Australian Economic Review. 44 (3): 293-294.
    • Cobb-Clark D & Hildebrand V. 2011. Portfolio Allocation in the Face of a Means-Tested Public Pension. Review of Income and Wealth. 57 (3): 536560.
    • Cobb-Clark D & Sinning M. 2011. Neighborhood diversity and the appreciation of native- and immigrant-owned homes. Regional Science and Urban Economics. 41 (3): 214-226.
    • Cobb-Clark D & Tan M. 2011. Noncognitive Skills, Occupational Attainment, and Relative Wages. Labour Economics. 18 (1): 1-13.
    • Creedy J, Herault N & Kalb G. 2011. Measuring Welfare Changes in Behavioural Microsimulation Modelling: Accounting for the Random Utility Component. Journal of Applied Economics. 14 (1): 5-34.
    • Creedy J, Herault N & Kalb G. 2011. Tax Policy Design and the Role of a Tax-Free Threshold. Public Finance and Management. 11 (4): 338-364.
    • Dearden L, Ryan C & Sibieta L. 2011. What Determines Private School Choice? A Comparison between the United Kingdom and Australia. The Australian Economic Review. 44 (3): 308-320.
    • Dixon R, Freebairn J & Lim G. 2011. Net Flows in the US Labor Market, 1990-2010. Monthly Labor Review. 134 (2): 25-32.
    • Drago R, Sawyer K, Shreffler KM, Warren D & Wooden M. 2011. Did Australia's Baby Bonus Increase Fertility Intentions and Births? Population Research and Policy Review. 30 (3): 381-397.
    • Garnaut R. 2011. 'Australian Opportunities through the Chinese Structural Transformation', The Australian Economic Review, Volume 44, Number 4, December 2011, pp. 437-45.
    • Griffiths W, Jensen P & Webster E. 2011. What Creates Abnormal Profits? Scottish Journal of Political Economy. 58 (3): 323-346.
    • Jensen P, Thomson R & Yong J. 2011. Estimating the patent premium: Evidence from the Australian Inventor Survey. Strategic Management Journal. 32 (10): 1128-1138.
    • Jensen P & Webster E. 2011. Macroeconomic conditions and the determinants of commercialisation. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 35 (1): 125-143.
    • Jensen P & Webster E. 2011. The Effects of Patents on Scientific Inquiry. The Australian Economic Review. 44 (1): 88-94.
    • Jeon S, Kalb G & Ha V. 2011. The Dynamics of Welfare Participation among Women Who Experienced Teenage Motherhood in Australia. Economic Record. 87 (277): 235-251.
    • Jones A & Schurer S. 2011. How does heterogeneity shape the socioeconomic gradient in health satisfaction? Journal of Applied Econometrics. 26 (4): 549-579.
    • Joyce CM, Schurer S, Scott A, Humphreys J & Kalb G. 2011. Australian doctors satisfaction with their work: results from the MABEL longitudinal survey of doctors. The Medical Journal of Australia. 194 (1): 30-33.
    • Kalb G & Maani S. 2011. The Importance of Observing Early School Leaving and Usually Unobserved Background and Peer Characteristics in Analysing Academic Performance. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 14 (3) : 307-332.
    • Kecmanovic M & Barrett G. 2011. The Gender Wage Gap during Serbia's Transition. Comparative Economic Studies. 53 (4): 695-720.
    • Leahy A & Jensen, PH. 2011. Australia's engagement with Asia, 1990-2010. Australian Economic Review. 44 (4): 418-426.
    • Lim G, Chua CL, Claus E & Kim J. 2011. Review of the Australian Economy 2010-11: Growth, Jobs and Debt. The Australian Economic Review. 44 (1): 1-12.
    • Marks G. 2011. Issues in the Conceptualisation and Measurement of Socioeconomic Background: Do Different Measures Generate Different Conclusions? Social Indicators Research. 104 (2) : 225-251.
    • McGrail M, Humphreys J, Joyce C, Scott A & Kalb G. 2011. Rural Amenity and Medical Workforce Shortage: Is there a Relationship? Geographical Research. 49 (2): 192-202.
    • McVicar D. 2011. Estimates of peer effects in adolescent smoking across twenty six European Countries. Social Science & Medicine. 73 (8): 1186-1193.
    • Palangkaraya A, Webster E & Jensen P. 2011. Misclassification between patent offices: Evidence from a matched sample of patent applications. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 93 (3): 1063-1075.
    • Palangkaraya A & Yong J. 2011. Trade Liberalisation, Exit, and Output and Employment Adjustments of Australian Manufacturing Establishments. The World Economy. 34 (1): 1-22.
    • Parkinson S, Johnson G, Tseng Y, Kuehnle D & Wylie N. 2011. Evaluating J2SI: Linking the Processes and Outcomes of Becoming Housed. Parity. 24 (7) : 20-23.
    • Polanski A. & McVicar D. 2011. Recovering social networks from individual attributes. Journal of Mathematical Sociology. 35 (4): 387-311.
    • Polidano C & Mavromaras K. 2011. Participation in and Completion of Vocational Education and Training for People with a Disability. The Australian Economic Review. 44 (2): 137-152.
    • Ryan C & Sibieta L. 2011. A Comparison of Private Schooling in the United Kingdom and Australia. The Australian Economic Review. 44 (3): 295-307.
    • Schonlau M, Watson N & Kroh M. 2011. Household survey panels: how much do following rules affect sample size? Survey Research Methods. 5 (2): 53-61.
    • Scott A, Jeon S-H, Joyce C, Humphreys J, Kalb G, Witt J, & Leahy A. 2011. A Randomised Trial and Economic Evaluation of the Effect of Response Mode on Response Rate, Response Bias, and Item Non-response in a Survey of Doctors. BMC Medical Research Methodology. 11:126.
    • Scott A, Sivey P, Ait Ouakrim D, Willenberg L, Naccarella L, Furler J, Young D. 2011. The effect of financial incentives on the quality of health care provided by primary care physicians. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 9: 1-59.
    • Thomson R. 2011. Economic Perspectives on Innovation. Australian Economic Review. 44 (4) : 480-489.
    • Watson N & Starick R. 2011. Evaluation of Alternative Income Imputation Methods for a Longitudinal Study. Journal of Official Statistics: an international quarterly. 27 (4) : 693-715.
    • Webster, E & Jensen PH. 2011. Do Patents Matter for Commercialization?. Journal of Law and Economics. 54 (2): 431-453.
    • Williams R. 2011. State and Regional Disparities Before and After Transfers. Australian Economic Review. 44 (2) : 182-188.
    • Yan W, Cheng T, Scott A, Joyce M, Humphreys J, Kalb G & Leahy A. 2011. Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life (MABEL). The Australian Economic Review. 44 (1): 102-112.

2010

  • Book Chapters
    • Drago R & Wooden M. 2010. ‘Work Hours Mismatch in the United States and Australia’, in Schneider B & Christensen K (eds), Workplace Flexibility: Realigning 20th-Century Jobs for a 21st-Century Workforce. Ithaca, USA: Cornell University Press, 262-75.
    • Garnaut R. 2010. ‘Climate Change and the Great Crash of 2008’, in Jubb I, Holper P & Cai W (eds), Managing Climate Change: Papers from the Greenhouse 2009 Conference. Melbourne, Australia: CSIRO Publishing, 17-28.
    • Garnaut R. 2010. ‘The Turning Period in China’s Economic Development: A Conceptual Framework and New Empirical Evidence’, in Garnaut R, Golley J & Song L (eds), China: The Next Twenty Years of Reform and Development. Acton, Australia: ANU E Press, 19-38.
    • Headey B & Grabka M. 2010. ‘Health Correlates of Pet Ownership: National Surveys’, in McCardle P, McCune S, Griffin J & Maholmes V (eds), How Animals Affect Us. Washington DC, USA: American Psychological Association, 153-62.
    • Herault N & Thurlow J. 2010. ‘South Africa’, in Anderson K, Cockburn J & Martin W (eds), Agricultural Price Distortions, Inequality, and Poverty. Washington DC, USA: The World Bank, 331-56.
    • Kalb G. 2010. ‘Modelling Labour Supply Responses in Australia and New Zealand’, in Claus I, Gemmell N & White D (eds), Tax Reform in Open Economies: International and Country Perspectives. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 166-93.
    • Williams R. 2010. ‘Engel Curves’, in Blaug M & Lloyd P (eds), Famous Figures and Diagrams in Economics. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 64-8.
  • Refereed Journal Articles
    • Alan S, Atalay K, Crossley T & Jeon S. 2010. ‘New Evidence on Taxes and Portfolio Choice’. Journal of Public Economics. 94 (11-12): 813-23.
    • Antecol H & Cobb-Clark D. 2010. ‘The Effect of Community-Level Socio-Economic Conditions on Threatening Racial Encounters’. Regional Science and Urban Economics. 40 (6): 517-29.
    • Anyadike-Danes M & McVicar D. 2010. ‘My Brilliant Career: Characterizing the Labour Market Trajectories of British Women of Generation X’. Sociological Methods & Research. 58 (3): 482-512.
    • Barn J & Cobb-Clark D. 2010. ‘Occupational Segregation and the Gender Wage Gap in Private- and Public-Sector Employment: A Distributional Analysis’. Economic Record. 86 (273): 227-46.
    • Bell D & McVicar D. 2010. ‘Disability Welfare Systems and the Labour Force Participation of Older Workers in Europe’. Contemporary Social Science: Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences. 5 (3): 261-77.
    • Black D, Tseng Y & Wilkins R. 2010. ‘The Decline in Male Employment in Australia: A Cohort Analysis’. Australian Economic Papers. 49 (3): 180-99.
    • Buddelmeyer H, Jensen P & Webster E. 2010. ‘Innovation and the Determinants of Company Survival’. Oxford Economic Papers. 62 (2): 261-85.
    • Buddelmeyer H, Lee W & Wooden M. 2010. ‘Low-Paid Employment and Unemployment Dynamics in Australia’. Economic Record. 86 (272): 28-48.
    • Cai L. 2010. ‘The Relationship between Health and Labour Force Participation: Evidence from a Panel Data Simultaneous Equation Model’. Labour Economics. 17 (1): 77-90.
    • Campbell S, Scott A, Parker R, Naccarella L, Furler J, Young D & Sivey P. 2010. ‘Implementing Pay-for-Performance in Australian Primary Care: Lessons for the United Kingdom and the United States’. Medical Journal of Australia. 193 (7): 408-11.
    • Chen P & Hsiao C. 2010. ‘Causal Inference for Structural Equations: With an Application to WagePrice Spiral’. Computational Economics. 36 (1): 17-36.
    • Chen P & Hsiao C. 2010. ‘Subsampling the Johansen Test with Stable Innovations’. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics. 52 (1): 61-73.
    • Chua CL, Palangkaraya A & Yong J. 2010. ‘A Two-Stage Estimation of Hospital Quality Using Mortality Outcome Measures: An application Using Hospital Administrative Data’. Health Economics. 19 (12): 1404-24.
    • Cobb-Clark D. 2010. ‘Disadvantage across the Generations: What Do We Know about Social and Economic Mobility in Australia?’ Economic Record. 86 (S1): 13-17.
    • Cobb-Clark D & Hildebrand V. 2010. ‘The Asset Portfolios of Older Australian Households’. Australian Social Policy Journal. 9: 1-39.
    • Eccles M, Shepperd S, Scott A, Flodgren G, Parmelli E & Beyer F. 2010. ‘An Overview of Reviews Evaluating the Effects of Financial Incentives on Changing Healthcare Professional Behaviours and Patient Outcomes (Protocol)’. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2010 (7).
    • Frederickson J, Webster E & Williamson I. 2010. ‘Is the Current Accounting and Disclosure Treatment of Employer-Sponsored Education and Training Costs Under GAAP Appropriate?’ Australian Accounting Review. 20 (3): 265-73.
    • Freebairn J & Warren D. 2010. ‘Retirement Incomes and Employment Decisions of the Mature Aged’. Australian Economic Review. 43 (3): 312-20.
    • Garnaut R. 2010. ‘Macro-economic Implications of the Turning Point’. China Economic Journal. 3 (2): 181-90.
    • Garnaut R. 2010. ‘Policy Framework for Transition to a Low-Carbon World Economy’. Asian Economic Policy Review. 5 (1): 19-33.
    • Garnaut R. 2010. ‘Principles and Practice of Resource Rent Taxation’. Australian Economic Review. 43 (4): 347-56.
    • Gravelle H & Sivey P. 2010. ‘Imperfect Information in a Quality-Competitive Hospital Market’. Journal of Health Economics. 29 (4): 524-35.
    • Gregg P, Scutella R & Wadsworth J. 2010. ‘Reconciling Workless Measures at the Individual and Household Level. Theory and Evidence from the United States, Britain, Germany, Spain and Australia’. Journal of Population Economics. 23 (1): 139-67.
    • Griffiths W & Webster E. 2010. ‘What Governs Firm-Level R&D: Internal or External Factors?’ Technovation. 30 (78): 471-81.
    • Hanel B. 2010. ‘Financial Incentives to Postpone Retirement and Further Effects on Employment Evidence from a Natural Experiment’. Labour Economics. 17 (3): 474-86.
    • Headey B. 2010. ‘The Set-Point Theory of Well-Being Has Serious Flaws: On the Eve of Scientific Revolution?’ Social Indicators Research. 97 (1): 7-21.
    • Headey B, Muffels R & Wagner G. 2010. ‘Long-Running German Panel Survey Shows that Personal and Economic Choices, Not Just Genes, Matter for Happiness’. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107 (42): 17,922-6.
    • Headey B, Schupp J, Tucci I & Wagner G. 2010. ‘Authentic Happiness Theory Supported by Impact of Religion on Life Satisfaction: A Longitudinal Analysis with Data for Germany’. Journal of Positive Psychology. 5 (1): 73-82.
    • Herault N. 2010. ‘Sequential Linking of Computable General Equilibrium and Microsimulation Models: A Comparison of Behavioural and Reweighting Techniques’. International Journal of Microsimulation. 3 (1): 35-42.
    • Jensen P. 2010. ‘Exploring the Uses of Matched EmployerEmployee Datasets’. Australian Economic Review. 43 (2): 209-16.
    • Jeon S & Hurley J. 2010. ‘Physician Resource Planning in Canada: The Need for a Stronger Behavioural Foundation’. Canadian Public Policy. 36 (3): 359-75.
    • Joyce C, Scott A, Jeon S, Humphreys J, Kalb G, Witt J & Leahy A. 2010. ‘The "Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life (MABEL)" Longitudinal Survey Protocol and Baseline Data for a Prospective Cohort Study of Australian Doctors' Workforce Participation’. BMC Health Services Research. 10 (50).
    • Kalb G & Thoresen T. 2010. ‘A Comparison of Family Policy Designs of Australia and Norway Using Microsimulation Models’. Review of Economics of the Household. 8 (2): 255-87.
    • Leahy A, Palangkaraya A & Yong J. 2010. ‘Geographical Agglomeration in Australian Manufacturing’. Regional Studies. 44 (3): 299-314.
    • Lee W & Coelli M. 2010. ‘The Labour Market Effects of Vocational Education and Training in Australia’. Australian Economic Review. 43 (4): 389-408.
    • Lee W & Suardi S. 2010. ‘The Australian Firearms Buyback and Its Effect on Gun Deaths’. Contemporary Economic Policy. 28 (1): 65-79.
    • Lim G, Chua CL, Claus E & Tsiaplias S. 2010. ‘Review of the Australian Economy 200910: On the Road to Recovery’. Australian Economic Review. 43 (1): 1-11.
    • McGrail M, Humphreys J, Joyce C, Scott A & Kalb G. 2010. ‘Professional Satisfaction and General Practice: Does It Vary by Size of Community?’ Medical Journal of Australia. 193 (2): 94-6.
    • McVicar D. 2010. ‘Does Job Search Monitoring Intensity Affect Unemployment? Evidence from Northern Ireland’. Economica. 77 (306): 296-313.
    • McVicar D & Anyadike-Danes M. 2010. ‘Panel Estimates of the Determinants of British Regional Male Incapacity Benefits Rolls 19982006’. Applied Economics. 42 (26): 3335-49.
    • Marks G. 2010. ‘Meritocracy, Modernization and Students’ Occupational Expectations: Cross National Evidence’. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. 28 (3): 275-89.
    • Mavromaras K, McGuinness S, O'Leary N, Sloane P & Fok YK. 2010. ‘The Problem of Overskilling in Australia and Britain’. Manchester School. 78 (3): 219-41.
    • Palangkaraya A. 2010. ‘Patent Application Databases’. Australian Economic Review. 43 (1): 77-87.
    • Renzaho A, Wooden M & Houng B. 2010. ‘Associations between Body Mass Index and Health-Related Quality of Life among Australian Adults’. Quality of Life Research. 19 (4): 515-20.
    • Scott A & Coote W. 2010. ‘Do Regional Primary-Care Organisations Influence Primary-Care Performance? A Dynamic Panel Estimation’. Health Economics. 19 (6): 716-29.
    • Scott A, Sivey P, Ait Ouakrim D, Willenberg L, Naccarella L, Furler J & Young D. 2010. ‘The Effect of Financial Incentives on the Quality of Health Care Provided by Primary Care Physicians (Protocol)’. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2010 (4).
    • Scutella R & Wilkins R. 2010. ‘Measuring Social Exclusion in Australia: Assessing Existing Data Sources’. Australian Economic Review. 43 (4): 449-63.
    • Seymour J, McNamee P, Scott A & Tinelli M. 2010. ‘Shedding New Light onto the Ceiling and Floor? A Quantile Regression Approach to Compare EQ-5D and SF-6D Responses’. Health Economics. 19 (6): 683-96.
    • Street A, Sivey P, Mason A, Miraldo M & Siciliani L. 2010. ‘Are English Treatment Centres Treating Less Complex Patients?’ Health Policy. 94 (2): 150-7.
    • Thomson R. 2010. ‘Tax Policy and R&D Investment by Australian Firms’. Economic Record. 86 (273): 260-80.
    • Thomson R & Webster E. 2010. ‘The Role of Intellectual Property Rights in Addressing Climate Change: The Case of Agriculture’. WIPO Journal: Analysis and Debate of Intellectual Property Issues. 2 (1): 133-41.
    • Tsiaplias S & Chua CL. 2010. ‘Forecasting Australian Macroeconomic Variables Using a Large Dataset’. Australian Economic Papers. 49 (1): 44-59.
    • Warren D & Oguzoglu U. 2010. ‘Retirement in Australia: A Closer Look at the Financial Incentives’. Australian Economic Review. 43 (4): 357-75.
    • Watson N & Wooden M. 2010. ‘The HILDA Survey: Progress and Future Developments’. Australian Economic Review. 43 (3): 326-36.
    • Weatherall K & Webster E. 2010. ‘Patent Infringement in Australia: Results from a Survey’. Federal Law Review. 38 (1): 21-70.
    • Williams R. 2010. ‘Research Output of Australian Universities: Are the Newer Institutions Catching Up?’ Australian Universities' Review. 52 (1): 32-6.
    • Wooden M. 2010. ‘An Unfair Safety Net?’ Australian Bulletin of Labour. 36 (3): 321-6.

2009

  • Books
    • Garnaut R. 2009. The Great Crash of 2008. Carlton, Australia: Melbourne University Press.
  • Book Chapters
    • Herault N. 2009. Labour Supply Modelling in Sequential Computable General Equilibrium-Microsimulation Models. Emerging Topics in Macroeconomics. New York, United States: Nova Science Publishers, pp. 3-11.
    • Kalb G & Thoresen T. 2009. Behavioural Microsimulation: Labour Supply and Childcare Use Responses in Australia and Norway. New Frontiers in Microsimulation Modelling. United Kingdom: Ashgate, pp. 231-261.
    • Marks G. 2009. The Influence of Cultural Capital on Educational and early Labour Market Outcomes of Young People in Australia. Quantifying Theory: Bourdieu. Netherlands: Springer, pp. 89-103.
    • McClelland A & Scutella R. 2009. Taxation: Paying for Policy. Social Policy in Australia: Understanding for Action. South Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press, pp. 250-265.
    • Watson N & Wooden M. 2009. Identifying Factors Affecting Longitudinal Survey Response. Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys. Chichester, United Kingdom: Wiley - John Wiley & Sons, pp. 157-181.
    • Williams R. 2009. Trends and Cycles: 1925-2008. Balanced Growth A History of the Department of Economics, University of Melbourne. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Scholarly Publishing, pp. 5-23.
    • Wooden M & Drago R. 2009. The Changing Distribution of Working Hours in Australia. Laggards and Leaders in Labour Market Reform: Comparing Japan and Australia. Abingdon, United Kingdom: RoutledgeFalmer, pp. 67-81.
  • Refereed Journal Articles
    • Cai L. 2009. Be Wealthy to Stay Healthy: An Analysis of Older Australians Using the HILDA Survey. Journal of Sociology. 45 (1): 55-70.
    • Cai L. 2009. Effects of Health on Wages of Australian Men. The Economic Record. 85 (270): 290-306.
    • Cai L. 2009. Estimation of Simultaneous Equation Models with Latent Dependent Variables: A Monte Carlo Evaluation. Applied Economics Letters. 16 (11): 1107-1112.
    • Cai L. 2009. Is Self-reported Disability Status Endogenous to Labour Force Status? Applied Economics Letters. 16 (5): 459-464.
    • Cai L & Cong C. 2009. Effects of Health and Chronic Diseases on Older Working-age Australians. Australian Economic Papers. 48 (2): 166-182.
    • Cardak B & Wilkins R. 2009. The Determinants of Household Risky Asset Holdings: Australian Evidence on Background Risk and Other Factors. Journal of Banking & Finance. 3 (5): 850-860.
    • Chua M & Tsiaplias S. 2009. Can Consumer Sentiment and its Components Forecast Australian GDP and Consumption? Journal of Forecasting. 28 (8): 698-711.
    • Coelli M & Wilkins R. 2009. Credential Changes and Education Earnings Premia in Australia. The Economic Record. 85 (270): 239-259.
    • Creedy J, Herault N & Kalb G. 2009. Abolishing the Tax-free Threshold in Australia: Simulating Alternative Reforms. Fiscal Studies. 30 (2): 219-246.
    • Crossley T, Hurley J & Jeon S. 2009. Physician Labour Supply in Canada: A Cohort Analysis. Health Economics. 18 (4): 437-456.
    • Drago R, Wooden M & Black D. 2009. Long Work Hours: Volunteers and Conscripts. British Journal of Industrial Relations. 47 (3): 571-600.
    • Drago R, Wooden M & Black D. 2009. Who Wants Flexibility? Changing Work Hours Preferences and Life Events. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 62 (3): 394-414.
    • Farrar S, Yi D, Sutton M, Chalkley M, Sussex J & Scott A. 2009. Has Payment by Results Affected the way that English hospitals Provide Care? Difference-in-differences Analysis. British Medical Journal. 339 (272): b3047.
    • Frick J & Headey B. 2009. Living Standards in Retirement: Accepted International Comparisons are Misleading. Schmollers Jahrbuch. 129 (2): 309-19.
    • Harris M, Kostenko W, Matyas L & Timol I. 2009. The Robustness of Estimators for Dynamic Panel Data Models to Misspecification. Singapore Economic Review. 54 (3): 399-426.
    • Herault N. 2009. Les Apports de la Micro-simulation Aux Modles Dquilibre Gnral: Application au cas de Afrique du Sud. Economie et Prevision. 187 (1): 123-135.
    • Jensen P & Stonecash R. 2009. Contract type and the Cost of Provision: Evidence from Maintenance Services Contracts. Fiscal Studies. 30 (2): 279-296.
    • Jensen P & Webster E. 2009. Another Look at the Relationship Between Innovation Proxies. Australian Economic Papers. 48 (3): 252-269.
    • Jensen P & Webster E. 2009. Knowledge Management: Does Capture Impede Creation? Industrial and Corporate Change. 18 (4): 701-727.
    • Jensen P, Webster E & Witt J. 2009. Hospital Type and Patient Outcomes: An Empirical Examination using AMI Re-admission and Mortality Records. Health Economics. 18 (12): 1440-1460.
    • Johnston D & Lee W. 2009. Retiring to the Good Life? The Short-Term Effects of Retirement on Health. Economics Letters. 103 (1): 8-11.
    • Kalb G. 2009. Children, Labour Supply and Childcare: Challenges for Empirical Analysis. Australian Economic Review. 42 (3): 276-299.
    • Lim G, Chua M, Claus E & Tsiaplias S. 2009. Review of the Australian Economy 2008-09: Recessions, Retrenchments and Risks. Australian Economic Review. 42 (1): 1-11.
    • Lim G, Dixon R & Tsiaplias S. 2009. Phillips Curve and the Equilibrium Unemployment Rate. The Economic Record. 85 (4): 371-382.
    • Marks G. 2009. Accounting for School Sector Differences in University Entrance Performance. Australian Journal of Education. 53 (1): 19-38.
    • Marks G. 2009. Modernisation Theory and Changes Over-Time in the Reproduction of Socioeconomic Inequalities in Australia. Social Forces. 88 (2): 917-944.
    • Marks G. 2009. Social Consequences of the Australian Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS). Higher Education. 57 (1): 71-84.
    • Mavromaras K, Fok YK & McGuinness S. 2009. Assessing the Incidence and Wage Effects of Overskilling in the Australian Labour Market. The Economic Record. 85 (268): 60-72.
    • McGuinness S & Wooden M. 2009. Overskilling, Job Insecurity and Career Mobility: Evidence from Australia. Industrial Relations. 48 (2): 265-286.
    • Palangkaraya A & Yong J. 2009. Parallel Imports, Market Size and Investment Incentive. Singapore Economic Review. 54 (2): 167-181.
    • Palangkaraya A & Yong J. 2009. Population Ageing and its Implications on Aggregate Health Care Demand: Empirical Evidence from 22 OECD Countries. International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics. 9 (4): 391-402.
    • Palangkaraya A, Yong J, Webster E & Dawkins P. 2009. The Income Distributive Implications of Recent Private Health Insurance Policy Reforms in Australia. European Journal of Health Economics. 10 (2): 135-148.
    • Scott A, Schurer S, Jensen P & Sivey P. 2009. The Effects of an Incentive Program on Quality of Care in Diabetes Management. Health Economics. 18 (9): 1091-1108.
    • Shields M, Wheatley Price S & Wooden M. 2009. Life Satisfaction and the Economic and Social Characteristics of Neighbourhoods. Journal of Population Economics. 22 (2): 421-443.
    • Stierwald A, Palangkaraya A & Yong J. 2009. Is Firm Productivity Related to Size and Age? The Case of Large Australian Firms. Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade: from theory to policy. 9 (2): 167-195.
    • Wilkins R & Wooden M. 2009. Household Debt in Australia: The Looming Crisis that Isnt. Australian Economic Review. 42 (3): 358-366.
    • Witt J, Scott A & Osborne R. 2009. Designing Choice Experiments with Many Attributes. An Application to Setting Priorities for Orthopaedic Waiting Lists. Health Economics. 18 (6): 681-696.
    • Wooden M, Warren D & Drago R. 2009. Working Time Mismatch and Subjective Well-being. British Journal of Industrial Relations. 47 (1): 147-179.

2008

  • Books
    • Lim G & McNelis PD. 2008. Computational Macroeconomics for the Open Economy. Cambridge, United States: MIT Press.
  • Book Chapters
    • Buddelmeyer H, Mourre G & Ward-Warmedinger M. 2008. Why Europeans work part-time. A cross-country panel analysis. Research in Labor Economics, Volume 28. Philadelphia, United States: JAI Press, pp. 81-139.
    • Scott A, Ubach C, French F & Gillian G. 2008. Examining the preferences of health care providers. An application to hospital consultants. Using discrete choice experiments to value health and health care. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer, pp. 153.
    • Stein J & Lim G. 2008. AsianCrises: Theory, Evidence and Warning Signals. Debt, Risk and Liquidity in Futures Markets. New York, United States: Routledge, pp. 18-45.
  • Refereed Journal Articles
    • Barrett G & Tseng Y. 2008. Retirement Saving in Australia. Canadian Public Policy. 34 (s1): 177-193.
    • Buddelmeyer H & Verick S. 2008. Understanding the Drivers of Poverty Dynamics in Australian Households. Economic Record. 84 (266): 310-321.
    • Cai L, Kalb G, Tseng Y & Vu H. 2008. The Effect of Financial Incentives on Labour Supply: Evidence forLone Parents from Microsimulation and Quasi-Experimental Evaluation. Fiscal Studies. 29 (2): 285-325.
    • Cai L & Liu A. 2008. Union Wage Effects in Australia: Are There Variations along the Distribution? Economic Record. 84 (267): 496-510.
    • Cai L, Vu H & Wilkins R. 2008. The Extent and Nature of Exits from the Disability Support Pension. Australian Bulletin of Labour. 34 (1): 1-27.
    • Chen P & Hsiao C. 2008. What Happens to Japan if China Catches a Cold?: A Causal Analysis of Chinese Growth and Japanese Growth. Japan and the World Economy. 20 (4): 622-638.
    • Clarkson J, Turner S, Grimshaw JM, Ramsay C, Johnston M, Scott A, Bonetti D, Tilley CJ, Maclennan G, Ibbetson R, MacPherson LMD & Pitts NB. 2008. Changing clinicians' behavior: a randomized controlled trial of fees and education. Journal of Dental Research. 87 (7): 640-644.
    • Claus E, Dungey M & Fry R. 2008. Monetary policy in illiquid markets: Options for a small open economy. Open Economies Review. 19 (3): 305-336.
    • Coelli M & Wilkins R. 2008. Are Skills Shortages a Constraint on Increasing Employment in Australia? Australian Economic Review. 41 (3): 310-322.
    • Headey B. 2008. Life goals matter to happiness: A revision of set-point theory. Social Indicators Research. 86 (2): 213-231.
    • Headey B. 2008. Poverty is low consumption and low wealth, not just low income. Social Indicators Research. 89 (1): 23-39.
    • Headey B. 2008. The set-point theory of well-being: Negative results and consequent revisions. Social Indicators Research. 85 (3): 389-403.
    • Headey B & Muffels R. 2008. Do generous welfare states generate efficiency gains which counterbalance short run losses? Testing downside risk theory with economic panel data for the U.S., Germany and The Netherlands. Social Indicators Research. 86 (2): 337-354.
    • Headey B, Muffels R & Wooden M. 2008. Money Doesn't Buy Happiness: Or Does It? A Reconsideration Based on the Combined Effects of Wealth, Income and Consumption. Social Indicators Research. 87 (1): 65-82.
    • Headey B, Na F & Zheng R. 2008. Pet dogs benefit owners' health: A 'natural experiment' in China. Social Indicators Research. 87 (3): 481-493.
    • Headey B, Warren D & Wooden M. 2008. The Structure and Distribution of Household Wealth in Australia: Cohort Differences and Retirement Issues. Policy Research Paper Series. 33 (March 2008): 1-48.
    • Herault N. 2008. Limpact de la libralisation commerciale sur la pauvret et les ingalits dans les provinces sud-africaines. Economie Appliquee. 3 (3): 132-156.
    • Jensen P, Palangkaraya A & Webster E. 2008. Application outcomes and pendency times across four patent offices. Australian Intellectual Property Journal. 19: 178-190.
    • Jensen P & Webster E. 2008. Australian innovation data. Australian Economic Review. 41 (3): 323-329.
    • Jensen P & Webster E. 2008. Labeling characteristics and demand for retail grocery products in Australia. Australian Economic Papers. 47 (2): 129-140.
    • Jensen P, Webster E & Buddelmeyer H. 2008. Innovation, technological conditions and new firm survival. Economic Record. 84 (267): 434-448.
    • Jeon S. 2008. The impact of lifecycle events on womens labour force transition: a panel analysis. Economic Record. 84 (S1): S83-S98.
    • Kalb G & Lee W. 2008. Childcare Use and Parents' Labour Supply in Australia. Australian Economic Papers. 47 (3): 272-295.
    • Karanasos M & Schurer S. 2008. Is the relationship between inflation and its uncertainty linear. German Economic Review. 9 (3): 265-286.
    • Leahy A, MacLaren D, Morgan D, Weatherall K, Webster E & Yong J. 2008. In the Shadow of the ChinaAustralia FTA Negotiations: What Australian Business Thinks About IP. Economic Papers. 27 (1): 1-18.
    • Marks G. 2008. Are Father's or Mother's Socioeconomic Characteristics More Important Influences on Student Performance? Recent International Evidence. Social Indicators Research. 85 (2): 293-309.
    • Marks G. 2008. Gender Differences in the Effects of Socioeconomic Background: Recent Cross-National Evidence. International Sociology. 23 (6): 845-863.
    • Naccarella L, Southern D, Furler J, Scott A, Prosser L, Young D, Swerissen H & Waters E. 2008. Primary care funding and organisational policy options and implications: a narrative review of evidence from five comparator countries. Medical Journal of Australia. 188 (8): S73-S76.
    • Palangkaraya A, Jensen P & Webster E. 2008. Applicant behaviour in patent examination request lags. Economics Letters. 101: 243-245.
    • Palangkaraya A & Waldkirch A. 2008. Relative Factor Abundance and FDI Factor Intensity in Developed Countries. International Economic Journal. 22 (4): 489-508.
    • Quah TE & Yong J. 2008. An assessment of four popular auction mechanisms in the siting of NIMBY facilities. Applied Economics. 40 (7): 841-852.
    • Saw S & Yong J. 2008. Interval estimation for the exponential inverse Gaussian distribution. Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation. 78 (4): 339-349.
    • Schneider E, Chen P & Frohn J. 2008. A Long-Run Structural Macroeconometric Model for Germany: An Empirical Note. Economics. 2 (2008-16): 14.
    • Scutella R & Perkins D. 2008. Improving Employment Retention and Advancement of Low-Paid Workers. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 11 (1): 97-114.
    • Scutella R & Wooden M. 2008. The Effects of Household Joblessness on Mental Health. Social Science & Medicine. 67 (1): 88-100.
    • Tseng Y, Vu THH & Wilkins R. 2008. Dynamic Properties of Income Support Receipt in Australia. Australian Economic Review. 41 (1): 32-55.
    • Tsiaplias S. 2008. Factor estimation using MCMC-based Kalman filter methods. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis. 53 (2): 344-353.
    • Tsiaplias S. 2008. The CPI and other measures of Australian inflation. Australian Economic Review. 41 (1): 105-113.
    • Williams R. 2008. Methodology, meaning and usefulness of rankings. Australian Universities' Review. 50 (2): 51-58.
    • Williams R. 2008. Ranking Australian Universities: Controlling for Scope. Higher Education in Europe. 33 (2/3 (July-October)): 331-344.
    • Williams R & Van Dyke M. 2008. Reputation and Reality: Ranking Major Disciplines in Australian Universities. Higher Education. 56 (1 (July)): 1-28.
    • Wiseman V, Scott A, Conteh L, McElroy B & Stevens W. 2008. Determinants of provider choice for malaria treatment: experiences from The Gambia. Social Science & Medicine. 67 (4): 487-496.
    • Witt J. 2008. The effect of information in the utilization of preventive health-care strategies: An application to breast cancer. Health Economics. 17 (6): 721-731.
    • Wooden M & Warren D. 2008. Paid Annual Leave and Working Hours: Evidence from the HILDA Survey. Journal of Industrial Relations. 50 (4): 664-670.

2007

  • Books
    • Buddelmeyer H, Creedy J & Kalb G. 2007. Tax Policy Design and Behavioural Microsimulation Modelling. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
    • Jensen P. 2007. Public Sector Outsourcing Contracts: The Impact of Uncertainty, Incentives and Transaction Costs on Contractual Relationships. Germany : VDM Verlag.
  • Book Chapters
    • Stein J & Lim G. 2007. AsianCrises: Theory, Evidence and Warning Signals. Debt, Risk and Liquidity in Futures Markets. New York, United States: Routledge, pp. 18-45.
    • Williams R. 2007. Broadening the Criteria: Lessons from the Australian Rankings. The World-Class University and Ranking: Aiming Beyond Status. Bucharest, Romania: UNESCO, pp. 205-222.
  • Refereed Journal Articles
    • Bell DNF, Elliott R, Ma A, Scott A & Roberts E. 2007. The pattern and evolution of geographic wage differentials in the public and private sectors of Great Britain. Manchester School. 75 (4 (special issue)): 386-421.
    • Bond CM, Fish A, Porteous T, Reid J, Scott A & Antonazzo E. 2007. A randomised controlled study to quantify the benefits of community pharmacist interventions on the long term prescribing of cardiovascular drugs in general practice. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 15 (1): 39-46.
    • Bond CM, Jaffray M, Watson MC, Bissell P, Anderson C, Scott A, Lee A, Blenkinsop A, Tinelli M, Hannaford P, Krska J & Avery A. 2007. The MEDMAN study: a randomised controlled trial of community pharmacy-led medicines management for patients with coronary heart disease. Family Practice. 24 (2): 189-200.
    • Borland J & Tseng Y. 2007. Does a Minimum Job Search Requirement for the Unemployed Reduce their Time on Welfare Payments? Evidence from the Job Seeker Diary in Australia. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 60 (3): 357-378.
    • Cai L, Vu T & Wilkins R. 2007. Disability Support Pension Recipients: Who Gets Off (and Stays Off) Payments? Australian Economic Review. 40 (1): 37-61.
    • Chua M & Suardi S. 2007. Markov-Switching Mean Reversion in Short-Term Interest Rates: Evidence from East Asian Economies. The Economic Record. 83 (263): 383-397.
    • Creedy J, Kalb G & Kew HY. 2007. Confidence Intervals for Policy Reforms in Behavioural Tax Microsimulation Modelling. Bulletin of Economic Research. 59 (1): 37-65.
    • Crossley F & Jeon S. 2007. Joint Taxation and the Labour Supply of Married Women: Evidence from the Canadian Tax Reform of 1988. Fiscal Studies. 28 (3): 343-365.
    • Drago R, Scutella R & Pirretti A. 2007. Work and Family Directions in the US and Australia:A Policy Research Agenda. Journal of Industrial Relations. 49 (1): 49-66.
    • Elliott F, Ma H, Scott A, Bell D & Roberts E. 2007. Geographically differentiated pay in the labour market for nurses. Journal of Health Economics. 26 (0): 190-212.
    • French F, Ikenwilo D & Scott A. 2007. What influences the job satisfaction of staff and associate specialist hospital doctors? Health Services Management Research. 20 (3): 153-161.
    • Frick J, Jenkins S, Lillard D, Lipps O & Wooden M. 2007. The Cross-National Equivalent File (CNEF) and its Member Country Household Panel Studies. Schmollers Jahrbuch . 127 (4): 627-654.
    • Headey B. 2007. Happiness: Revising Set-Point Theory and Dynamic Equilibrium Theory to Account for Long Term Change. Schmollers Jahrbuch . 127 (1): 85-94.
    • Headey B & Grabka M. 2007. Pets and human health in Germany and Australia: national longitudinal results. Social Indicators Research. 80 (2): 297-311.
    • Heitmeuller A & Mavromaras K. 2007. On the Post-Unification Development of Public and Private Pay in Germany. Manchester School. 75 (4): 422-444.
    • Herault N. 2007. Trade Liberalisation, Poverty and Inequality in South Africa: A CGE-Microsimulation analysis. Economic Record. 83 (262): 317-328.
    • Hoy M & Witt J. 2007. Welfare Effects of Banning Genetic Information in the Life Insurance Market: The Case of the BRCA1/2 Genes. Journal of Risk and Insurance. 74 (3): 523-546.
    • Ikenwilo D & Scott A. 2007. The effect of pay and job satisfaction on the labour supply of hospital consultants. Health Economics. 16 (12): 1303-1308.
    • Jensen P & Webster E. 2007. Is Stern correct? Does climate change require policy intervention? Australian Economic Review. 40 (4): 421-431.
    • Jeon S & Hurley J. 2007. The Relationship Between Physician Hours of Work, Service Volume and Service Intensity. Canadian Public Policy. 33: 17-29.
    • Kalb G. 2007. Interaction of the Tax and Social Security Systems in Australia: The Effect on Effective Marginal Tax Rates. Australian Economic Review. 40 (2): 186-193.
    • Kalb G & Lee W. 2007. The Effect of an Alternative Childcare Subsidy on Labour Supply: a Policy Simulation. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 10 (1): 39-57.
    • Lee W & Oguzoglu U. 2007. Income Support and Stigma Effects for Young Australians. Australian Economic Review. 40 (4): 369-384.
    • Lim G & McNelis P. 2007. Central Bank Learning, Terms of Trade Shocks and Currency Risk: Should Only Inflation Matter for Monetary Policy? Journal of International Money and Finance. 26 (6): 865-886.
    • Lim G & McNelis P. 2007. Inflation Targeting, Learning and Q-volatility in Small Open Economies. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 31 (11): 3699-3722.
    • Maani S & Kalb G. 2007. Childhood Economic Resources, Academic Performance, and the Choice to Leave School at Age Sixteen. Economics of Education Review. 26 (3): 361-374.
    • Marks G. 2007. Detrimental Effects of Living with a Grandparent: Cross-National Evidence. Journal of Comparative Family Studies. 38 (1): 169-177.
    • Marks G. 2007. Do Schools Matter for Early School Leaving? Individual and School Influences in Australia. School Effectiveness and School Improvement. 18 (4): 429-450.
    • Mavromaras K, McGuinness S & Wooden M. 2007. Overskilling in the Australian Labour Market. Australian Economic Review. 40 (3): 307-312.
    • McGuinness S & Bennett J. 2007. Overeducation and the Graduate Labour Market: A Quantile Regression Approach. Economics of Education Review. 26: 521-531.
    • McGuinness S & Freebairn J. 2007. Who are the Low Paid? Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 10 (1): 17-38
    • Naccarella L, Southern D, Furler J, Scott A, Prosser L, Young D, Swerissen & Waters . 2007. Reforming primary care in Australia: a narrative review of the evidence from five comparator countries. Australian Journal of Primary Health. 13 (2): 38-45.
    • Palangkaraya A & Yong J. 2007. How Effective is 'Lifetime Health Cover' in Raising Private Health Insurance Coverage in Australia? An Assessment Using Regression Discontinuity. Applied Economics. 39 (11): 1361-1374.
    • Scott A, Bond M, Inch J & Grant A. 2007. Preferences of Community Pharmacists for Extended Roles in Primary Care. A Survey and Discrete Choice Experiment. Pharmacoeconomics. 25 (9): 783-792.
    • Scott A & Coote W. 2007. Whither Divisions of General Practice? An Empirical and Policy Analysis of the Impact of Divisions in the Australian Health Care System. Medical Journal of Australia. 187 (2): 185-199.
    • Scott A, Tinelli M & Bond M. 2007. The costs of a community pharmacist-led medicines management service for patients with coronary heart disease (CHD). Pharmacoeconomics. 25 (5): 397-411.
    • Watson N. 2007. Using Imputed Data: Examples from the HILDA Survey. Australian Economic Review. 40 (4): 453-461.
    • Webster E, Buddelmeyer H & Jensen P. 2007. Innovation and industrial evolution. Australian Economic Review. 40 (1): 82-89.
    • Webster E, Palangkaraya A & Jensen P. 2007. Characteristics of international patent application outcomes. Economics Letters. 95: 362-368.
    • Wilkins R. 2007. The Changing Socio-Demographic Composition of Poverty in Australia: 1982 to 2004. Australian Journal of Social Issues. 42 (4): 481-501.
    • Wilkins R. 2007. The Consequences of Underemployment for the Underemployed. Journal of Industrial Relations. 49 (2): 247-276.
    • Williams R & Van Dyke M. 2007. Measuring the International Standing of Universities with an Application to Australian Universities. Higher Education. 53 (6): 819-841.
    • Wiseman V, Scott A, Mcelroy B, Conteh L & Stevens W. 2007. Determinants of bed net use in the Gambia: implications for malaria control. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 76 (5): 830-836.
    • Wooden M & Watson N. 2007. The HILDA Survey and its Contribution to Economic and Social Research (So Far). Economic Record. 83 (261): 208-231.
    • Wooden M, Wilkins R & McGuinness S. 2007. Minimum wages and the working poor. Economic Papers. 26 (4): 295-307.

2006

  • Books
    • Creedy J & Kalb G. 2006. Labour Supply and Microsimulation: The Evaluation of Tax Policy Reforms. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Book Chapters
    • Bosworth D & Webster E. 2006. Intellectual capital and intellectual property: An economic perspective. The management of intellectual property. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 3-33.
    • Freebairn J. 2006. Some Economics of Floods. Floods in an Arid Continent. California, United States: Academic Press, pp. 180-199.
    • Griffiths W & Webster E. 2006. Market valuation of Australian intellectual property. The management of intellectual property. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 146-158.
    • Harris MN, Tang KK & Tseng Y. 2006. Employee Turnover: Less is Not Necessarily More? In B Baltagi (ed) Panel Data Econometrics: Theoretical Contributions and Empirical Applications. Oxford, United Kingdom: Elsevier, pp. 327-350.
    • Jensen P & Palangkaraya A. 2006. Innovation scoreboards: an Australian perspective. The Management of Intellectual Property. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 159-176.
    • Low C & Anderson M. 2006. Random walk smooth transition autoregressive models. Nonlinear time series analysis of business cycles. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier Science, pp. 247-280.
    • Scott A, Sibbald B & Laurant M. 2006. Changing task profiles. In Rico A, Saltman RB & Boerma W (eds), Primary care in the drivers seat? Organisational reform in European primary care. Maidenhead, United Kingdom: Open University Press, pp. 149-164.
  • Refereed Journal Articles
    • Bosland J, Weatherall K & Jensen P. 2006. Trade mark and counterfeit litigation in Australia. Intellectual Property Quarterly. 2006 (4): 347-377.
    • Buddelmeyer H, Freebairn J & Kalb G. 2006. Evaluation of Policy Options to Encourage Welfare to Work. Australian Economic Review. 39 (3): 273-292.
    • Cai L. 2006. An Analysis of Duration on the Disability Support Pension Program. Australian Economic Papers. 45 (2): 106-126.
    • Cai L, Creedy J & Kalb G. 2006. Accounting for Population Ageing in Tax Microsimulation Modelling by Survey Reweighting. Australian Economic Papers. 45 (1): 18-37.
    • Cai L & Kalb G. 2006. Health Status and Labour Force Participation: Evidence from Australia. Health Economics. 15 (3): 241-261.
    • Creedy J, Kalb GR & Scutella R. 2006. Income Distribution in Discrete Hours Behavioural Microsimulation Models: An Illustration. Journal of Economic Inequality. 4 (1): 57-76.
    • French F, Andrew J, Awramenko M, Coutts H, Leighton-Beck L, Needham G, Scott A & Walker K. 2006. Why do work patterns differ between men and women GPs? Journal of Health, Organisation and Management. 20 (2): 163-172.
    • Fry T & Webster E. 2006. Conflict Inflation: Estimating the Contributions to Wage Inflation in Australia During the 1990s. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 30 (2): 227-234.
    • Goh M & Yong J. 2006. Impacts of Code-share Alliances on Airline Cost Structure: A Truncated Third Order Translog Estimation. International Journal of Industrial Organization. 24 (4): 835-866.
    • Goh, S, Lim, G & Olekalns, N. 2006. Deviations from uncovered interest rate parity in Malaysia. Applied Financial Economics. 16 : 745-759.
    • Headey B. 2006. Subjective Well-Being: Revisions to Dynamic Equilibrium Theory using National Panel Data and Panel Regression Methods. Social Indicators Research. 79 (3): 369-403.
    • Jensen P, Palangkaraya A & Webster E. 2006. Disharmony in International Patent Office Decisions. Federal Circuit Bar Journal. 15 (4): 679-704.
    • Jensen P & Webster E. 2006. Firm size and the Use of Intellectual Property Rights. Economic Record. 82 (256): 44-55.
    • Johnson D & Yong J. 2006. Costly Ageing or Costly Deaths? Understanding Health Care Expenditure Using Australian Medicare Payments Data. Australian Economic Papers. 45 (1): 57-74.
    • Lim G, Maasoumi, E. & Martin V. 2006. A re-examination of the equity premium puzzle: a robust non-parametric approach. North American Journal of Economics and Finance. 17 (2): 173-189.
    • Lim G, Martin, G. & Martin V. 2006. Pricing currency options in the presence of time-varying volatility and non-normalities. Journal of Multinational Financial Management. 16 (3): 291-314.
    • Lim G & McNelis P. 2006. Central Bank Learning and Taylor Rules with Sticky Import Prices. Computational Economics. 28: 155-175.
    • Low C, Anderson M & Snyder D. 2006. Single source of error state space approach to the Beveridge-Nelson decomposition. Economics Letters. 91 (1): 104-109.
    • Ma A, Roberts E, Elliott R, Bell DNF & Scott A. 2006. Comparing the New Earnings Survey (NES) and the Labour Force Survey (LFS): An Analysis of the differences between the data sets and their implications for the pattern of geographical pay in the UK. Regional Studies. 40 (6): 645-665.
    • Marks G. 2006. Are between- and within-school differences in student performance largely due to socio-economic background? Evidence from 30 countries. Educational Research. 48 (1): 21-40.
    • Marks G. 2006. Family Size, Family Type and Student Achievement: Cross-National Differences and the Role of Socioeconomic and School Factors. Journal of Comparative Family Studies. 37 (1): 1-27.
    • Marks G. 2006. Influences on, and the Consequences of, Low Achievement. The Australian Educational Researcher. 33 (1): 95-115.
    • Marks G, Cresswell J & Ainley J. 2006. Explaining Socioeconomic Inequalities in Student Achievement: The role of home and school factors. Educational Research and Evaluation. 12 (2): 105-128.
    • Mavromaras K & Scott A. 2006. Promotion to hospital consultant: regression analysis using NHS administrative data. British Medical Journal. 332: 148-151.
    • McGuinness S. 2006. Examining the link between skill shortages, training composition and productivity levels in the construction industry: Evidence from Northern Ireland. International Journal of Human Resource Management. 17 (2): 14.
    • McGuinness S. 2006. Overeducation in the Labour Market. Journal of Economic Surveys. 20 (3): 387-418.
    • Scott A, Gravelle H, Simoens S, Sibbald B & Bjoke C. 2006. Job satisfaction and quitting intentions. A structural model of British General Practitioners. British Journal of Industrial Relations. 44: 519-540.
    • Scott A, Wordsworth S, Sullivan F & Heaney D. 2006. An extra pair of hands? An evaluation of salaried payment for GPs in Scotland. Primary Health Care Research and Development. 7: 165-171.
    • Song L & Freebairn J. 2006. How Big Was the Effect of Budget Consolidation on the Australian Economy in the 1990s? Australian Economic Review. 39 (1): 35-46.
    • Webster E & Jensen P. 2006. Investment in Intangible Capital: An Enterprise Perspective. Economic Record. 82 (256): 82-96.
    • Webster E, Marks G & Wooden M. 2006. Reforming the Labour Market for Australian Teachers. Australian Journal of Education. 50 (2): 185-202.
    • Williams R & Dawkins P. 2006. Towards a Level Playing Field for Australian Universities and Students. Economic Papers. 25 (3): 205-220.
    • Witt J, Brauer P, Dietrich L & Davidson B. 2006. Human Resources and Cost Estimates of Adding a Registered Dietitian to Ontario Family Health Networks. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research. 67 (Supplement): S30 - S38.
    • Wooden M. 2006. Implications of Work Choices Legislation. Agenda - A Journal of Policy Analysis and Reform. 13 (2): 96-116.

2005

  • Books
    • Bosworth DL. 2005. Determinants of enterprise performance. Manchester, United Kingdom: Manchester University Press.
    • Dawkins P. and Stutchbury M. 2005. Sustaining Prosperity. Melbourne University Press: Melbourne.
    • Scott A. and Wordsworth S. 2005. Health Economics Masterclasses in Primary Care Research No. 9. Royal College of General Practitioners: London.
  • Book Chapters
    • Buddelmeyer H, Mourre G & Ward M. 2005. Recent developments in part-time work in EU countries: trends and policy. In Gomez-Salvador R, Lamo A, Petrongolo B, Ward M & Wasmer E (eds), Labour supply and incentives to work in europe. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 273-308.
    • Dawkins P. & Williams, R. 2005. Public funding of teaching and research in universities: a view from the south. In Lacobucci F & Tuohy C (eds) Taking Public University Seriously. Toronto University Press: Toronto, pp 121–137.
    • Freebairn J. 2005. Income tax reform. In Stutchbury M & Dawkins P (eds), Sustaining prosperity. Carlton, Australia: Melbourne University Press, pp. 127-138.
    • Freebairn J. 2005.Principles and issues for effective Australian water markets. In Bennett J (ed) The Evolution of Markets for Water: Theory and Practice in Australia. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, UK, pp 8–23.
    • Headey B & Wooden M. 2005. Economic wellbeing and subjective wellbeing: the effects of income and wealth. In Manderson L & Nile R (eds), Rethinking Well-Being: Essays on Health, Disability and Disadvantage. Perth, Australia: API Network, pp. 91-108.
    • Headey B & Wooden M. 2005. Income, wealth and joblessness: insights from the HILDA survey. In Dawkins P & Stutchbury M (eds), Sustaining Prosperity. Carlton, Australia: Melbourne University Press, pp. 60-93.
    • Mavromaras KG & Theodossiou I. 2005. Differences in the structure of gender differentials between Scotland, England and the UK: evidence from the BHPS. In Ermisch JF & Wright RE (eds), Changing Scotland. Bristol, United Kingdom: Policy Press, pp. 139-152.
  • Refereed Journal Articles
    • Biffl G & Isaac J. 2005. Globalization and core labour standards: Compliance problems with ILO conventions 87 & 98. Comparing Australia and other English-speaking countries with EU Member States. International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations. 21 (3) : 405-444.
    • Bosworth DL, Massini S & Nakayama M. 2005. Quality change and productivity improvement in the Japanese economy. Japan and the World Economy. 17 (1) : 1-23.
    • Cai L & Gregory B. 2005. Unemployment duration and inflows onto the disability support pension program: evidence from FaCS LDS data. Australian Economic Review. 38 (3) : 233-252.
    • Chua CL, Kew HY & Yong J. 2005. Airline code-share alliances and costs: imposing concavity on translog cost function estimation. Review of Industrial Organization. 26 (4) : 461-487.
    • Creedy J & Kalb G. 2005. Discrete hours labour supply modelling: Specification, estimation and simulation. Journal of Economic Surveys. 19 (5) : 697-734.
    • Dawkins P, Scutella R & Gregg P. 2005. Employment polarisation in Australia. The Economic Record. 81 (255) : 336-350.
    • Dixon R, Freebairn J & Lim G. 2005. An employment equation for Australia. The Economic Record. 81 (254) : 204-214.
    • Dixon R, Freebairn J & Lim G. 2005. An examination of net flows in the Australian labour market. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 8 (1) : 25-42.
    • Doiron D & Kalb G. 2005. Demands for childcare and household labour supply in Australia. The Economic Record. 81 (254) : 215-236.
    • Elliot F, Bell D, Scott A, Ma A & Roberts E. 2005. Devolved government and public sector pay reform: considerations of equity and efficiency. Regional Studies. 39 (4) : 519-540.
    • French F, Andrew J, Awramenko M, Coutts H, Leighton-Beck L, Mollison J, Needham G, Scott, A & Walker K. 2005. General practitioner non-principals benefi t from fl exible working. Journal of Health Organisation and Management. 19 (1) : 5-15.
    • Hamilton K, Wyke S, Sullivan F, Scott A, Taylor R & Ikenwilo D. 2005. A managed clinical network for cardiac services: set-up, operation and impact on patient care. International Journal of Integrated Care. 5 : 1–15.
    • Headey B, Marks G & Wooden M. 2005. The dynamics of income poverty in Australia: Evidence from the First Three Waves of the HILDA Survey. Australian Journal of Social Issues. 40 (4) : 541-552.
    • Headey B, Wooden M & Muffels R. 2005. Money & happiness: the combined effects of wealth, income and consumption. Schmollers Jahrbuch. 125 (1) : 131-144.
    • Hunter L, Webster E & Wyatt A. 2005. Measuring intangible capital: a review of current practice.Australian Accounting Review. 15 (36) : 5-21.
    • Inch J, Bond M, Lee J, Scott A & Grant M. 2005. Scottish Community Pharmacists’ current involvement in and attitudes towards ‘extended service’ provision: a national survey. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 13 (4) : 289-301.
    • Jensen P & Stonecash R. 2005. Incentives and the efficiency of public sector outsourcing contracts. Journal of Economic Surveys. 19 (5) : 767-787.
    • Kalb G & Creedy J. 2005. Behavioural microsimulation modelling for tax policy analysis in Australia: experience and prospects. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 8 (1) : 73-110.
    • Kalb GR & Creedy J. 2005. Measuring welfare changes in labour supply models. Manchester School. 73 (6) : 664-685.
    • Kalb G, Kew HY & Scutella R. 2005. Effects of the Australian New Tax System on Income Tax and Benefits: With and Without Labour Supply Responses. Australian Economic Review. 38 (2) : 137-158.
    • Lim G. 2005. Bounded dividends, earnings and fundamental stock values. Empirical Economics. 30 (2): 411-426.
    • Lim G. 2005. Currency risk in excess equity returns: a multi time-varying beta approach. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money. 15 (3) : 189-207.
    • Marks G. 2005. Accounting for immigrant non-immigrant differences in reading and mathematics in twenty countries. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 28 (5) : 925-946.
    • Marks G. 2005. Cross-national differences and accounting for social class inequalities in education. International Sociology. 20 (4) : 483-505.
    • Marks G. 2005. Issues in the school-to-work transition - Evidence from the Longitudinal Surveys ofAustralian Youth. Journal of Sociology. 41 (4) : 363-385.
    • Marks G. 2005. The dynamics of financial disadvantage in Australia. Agenda - A Journal of Policy Analysis and Reform. 12 (4) : 309-322.
    • Marks G & Cresswell J. 2005. State differences in achievement among secondary school students in Australia. Australian Journal of Education. 49 (2) : 141-151.
    • Marks G, Headey BW & Wooden MP. 2005. Household wealth in Australia: its components, distribution and correlates. Journal of Sociology. 41 (1) : 47-68.
    • Marks G, Webster EM & Wooden MP. 2005. Teaching and the teacher labour market: the case for reform. Australian Economic Review. 38 (1) : 91-98.
    • Mavromaras K, McCausland D & Theodossiou I. 2005. Explaining student retention: the case of the University of Aberdeen. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning. 7 (3) : 24-26.
    • Palangkaraya A & Yong J. 2005. Effects of recent carrot-and-stick policy initiatives on private health insurance coverage in Australia. The Economic Record. 81 (254) : 262-272.
    • Quah E, Saw S, Tan K & Yong J. 2005. Effects of smoking on productivity: estimating aggregate production technology using cross-sectional time series data. Journal of Developing Areas. 39 (1) : 41-53.
    • Scott A & Mavromaras KG. 2005. Promotion to hospital consultant in NHS Scotland. International Journal of Manpower. 26 (7/8) : 660-672.
    • Simoens S & Scott A. 2005. Integrated primary care organisations: to what extent is integration occurring and why? Health Services Management Research. 18 : 25-40.
    • Simoens S & Scott A. 2005. Voluntary or compulsory health care reform? The case of primary care organisations in Scotland. Health Policy. 72 : 351-358.
    • Skatun D, Scott A, Elliot F & Antonazzo E. 2005. The supply of qualified nurses: a classical model of labour supply. Applied Economics. 37 (11) : 57-66.
    • Smith P & Summers P. 2005. How well do markov switching models describe actual business cycles? The case of synchronization. Journal of Applied Econometrics. 20 (2) : 253-274.
    • Song LL. 2005. Do underlying measures of inflation outperform headline rates? Evidence from Australian data. Applied Economics. 37 (3) : 339-345.
    • Song LL & Freebairn J. 2005. Policies to reduce unemployment: simulations with treasury macroeconomic model. The Economic Record. 81 (255) : 351-366.
    • Van Dyke N. 2005. Twenty years of university report cards. Higher Education in Europe. 30 (2) : 103-125.
    • Weatherall K & Jensen P. 2005. An empirical investigation into patent enforcement in Australian Courts. Federal Law Review. 33 (2) : 239-286.
    • Wilkins R. 2005. Do longer working hours lead to more workplace injuries? Evidence from Australian industry-level panel data. Australian Bulletin of Labour. 31 (2) : 155-170.
    • Williams R. 2005. Federal-State financial relations in Australia: the role of the Commonwealth Grants Commission. Australian Economic Review. 38 (1) : 108-118.
    • Williams R. 2005. Fiscal federalism: Aims, instruments and outcomes. Australian Economic Review. 38 (4) : 351-369.
    • Wooden M. 2005. Minimum wage setting and the Australian Fair Pay Commission. Journal of Australian Political Economy. 56 : 81-91.
    • Wooden M, Black D & Drago R. 2005. Female breadwinner families: their existence, persistence and sources. Journal of Sociology. 41 (4) : 343-362.
    • Wooden M, Marks G & Headey B. 2005. The structure and distribution of wealth in Australia. Australian Economic Review. 38 (1) : 159-175.
    • Wooden M, Tseng Y & Drago R. 2005. Usual and preferred working hours in couple households. Journal of Family Studies. 11 (1) : 46-61.

2004

  • Books
    • Evans M, Kelley J, De Graaf ND, Headey BW, Sikora J & Zanjani E. 2004. Australian Economy and Society 2002: religion, morality and public policy in international perspective 1984-2002. Sydney, Australia: Federation Press.
  • Book Chapters
    • Creedy J, Kalb GR & Scutella R. 2004. Evaluating the income redistribution effects of tax reforms in discrete hours models. In Amiel Y & Bishop JA (eds), Studies on economic well-being:essays in honor of John P. Formby, included in the series Research on Economic Inequality, Volume 12. California, United States: Elsevier, pp. 199-226.
    • Evans M & Sikora J. 2004. Self-employment in Australia, 1980-1999. In Arum R & Mueller W (eds), The reemergence of self-employment. Princeton, United States: Princeton University Press, pp. 203-244.
  • Refereed Journal Articles
    • Bosworth DL, Yang D & Sonmez M. 2004. Intellectual property abuses: how should multinationals respond? Long Range Planning. 37 (5): 459-475.
    • Cai L. 2004. Length of completed spells on the disability support pension (DSP) program. Australian Social Policy Journal. 2002-03: 121-143.
    • Cai L & Gregory R. 2004. Inflows, outflows and the growth of the disability support pension (DSP) program. Australian Social Policy Journal. 2002-03: 101-120.
    • Cai L & Gregory R. 2004. Labour market conditions, applications and grants of disability support pension (DSP) in Australia. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 7 (3): 375-394.
    • Creedy J & Scutella R. 2004. The role of the unit of analysis in tax policy reform evaluations of inequality and social welfare. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 7 (3/2004): 89-108.
    • Evans M. 2004. Do Catholic schools and Independent schools enhance education success? Australian Social Monitor. 7 (3/4): 53-68.
    • Headey BW, Headey SJ, Muffels R & Janssen C. 2004. Who enjoys the fruits of growth? Impact of governments and markets on living standards in Germany, the Netherlands and the U. S. A., 1987-1996. Social Indicators Research. 65: 125-144.
    • Headey BW & Wooden MP. 2004. The effects of wealth and income on subjective well-beng and ill-being. The Economic Record. 80 (September (Special Issue)): S24-S33.
    • Johnson DT & Wilkins RK. 2004. Effects of changes in family composition and employment patterns on the distribution of income in Australia: 1981-1982 to 1997-1998. The Economic Record. 80 (249): 219-238.
    • Kalb GR & Scutella R. 2004. Wage and employment rates in New Zealand from 1991 to 2001. New Zealand Economic Papers. 38 (1): 21-47.
    • Kelley J & Evans M. 2004. Choice between Government, Catholic, and Independent schools: culture and community, rather than class. Australian Social Monitor. 7 (2): 31-42.
    • Kelley J & Evans M. 2004. Class, religion and education: who gains most from Catholic and Independent schooling? Australian Social Monitor. 7 (3/4): 69-80.
    • Kelley J & Evans M. 2004. Effect of family structure on life satisfaction: Australian evidence social indicators research. Social Indicators Research. 69 (3): 303-353.
    • Kelley J & Evans M. 2004. Sources of public opinion on old age income options, Part 2: social, economic and cultural influences in Australia. Australian Social Monitor. 7 (1): 1-12.
    • Kelley J & Evans M. 2004. Subjective social location: data from 21 nations. International Journal of Public Opinion Research. 16 (1): 3-38.
    • Kelley J & Evans M. 2004. Traditional ways of life and parental divorce, cohorts born 1900-1975. Australian Social Monitor. 7 (1): 1-12.
    • Kelley J, Evans M & Sikora J. 2004. Is there too much inequality in Australia? Australian Social Monitor. 7 (3/4): 92-100.
    • Leahy AE, Loundes J, Webster EM & Yong J. 2004. Industrial capabilities in Victoria. Economic and Labour Relations Review. 15 (1): 74-98.
    • Lim G & Mcnelis PD. 2004. Learning and the monetary policy strategy of the European Central Bank. Journal of International Money and Finance. 23 (7/8): 997-1010.
    • Marks G. 2004. Communist party membership in five former Soviet Bloc countries, 1945-1989. Communist and Post-Communist Studies. 37 (2): 241-263.
    • Marks G. 2004. School sector differences in tertiary entrance: improving the educational outcomes of government school students. Australian Social Monitor. 7 (2): 43-47.
    • Marks G. 2004. The measurement of socio-economic inequalities in education: a further comment. Acta Sociologica. 47 (1): 91-93.
    • Marks G, Mcmillan J & Ainley JA. 2004. Policy issues for Australia's education systems: evidence from international and Australian research. Education Policy Analysis Archives. 12 (17): 1-11.
    • Scutella R & Wooden MP. 2004. Jobless households in Australia: incidence, characteristics and financial consequences. Economic and Labour Relations Review. 14 (2): 187-207.
    • Stein JL & Lim G. 2004. Asian financial crises: theory, evidence and warning signals. Singapore Economic Review. 49 (2): 135-162.
    • Tang K & Tseng Y. 2004. Constructing a measure of industry-specific human capital using Tobin's q theory. Economics Bulletin. 10 (1): 1-7.
    • Tang K & Tseng Y. 2004. Industry-specific human capital, knowledge labour, and industry wage structure in Taiwan. Applied Economics. 36 (2): 155-164.
    • Watson SN & Wooden MP. 2004. Sample attrition in the HILDA survey. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 7 (2): 293-308.
    • Webster EM. 2004. Firms' decisions to innovate and innovation routines. Economics of Innovation and New Technology. 13 (8): 733-745.
    • Wilkins RK. 2004. The effects of disability on labour force status in Australia. Australian Economic Review. 37 (4): 1-24.
    • Wooden MP & Warren DA. 2004. Non-standard employment and job satisfaction: evidence from the HILDA survey. Journal of Industrial Relations. 46 (September): 275-297.

2003

  • Wilkins, R. (2003) Immigrant Earnings Adjustment: The Impact of Age at Migration, Australian Economic Papers, Vol. 43, No.3, 292–315.
  • Wilkins, R. (2003) Immigrant and Native-Born Earnings Distributions in Australia: 1982–1996, Australian Journal of Labour Economics, Vol. 6, No. 1, 83–116.