Reports and other publications

Reports and other publications related to the HILDA Survey.

2018

  • Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre. (2018). Future of work in Australia: Preparing for tomorrow's world, Focus on the States Series, No. 6/18, (April).
  • Lass, I., and Wooden, M. (2018). The characteristics of the underemployed (Part 2),  Fair Work Commission, Research Report (February).
  • Productivity Commission. (2018). Rising Inequality? A Stocktake Of The Evidence (Commission Research Paper), Productivity Commission, Canberra.
  • Rozenbes, D., and Farmakis-Gamboni, S. (2018). The characteristics of the unemployed (Part 1).  Fair Work Commission/Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, Research Report (February).
  • Yuen, K., Ellis, G., and Nelms, L. (2018). Characteristics of workers earning the national minimum wage rate and of the low paid,  Fair Work Commission, Research Report  (February).

2017

  • Armstrong, A., and Carroll, M. (2017). Poker activity in Australia.  Australian Government, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Australian Gambling Research Centre (Melbourne).
  • Armstrong, A., and Carroll, M.  (2017). Gambling activity in Australia.  Australian Government, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Australian Gambling Research Centre (Melbourne).
  • Armstrong, A., and Carroll, M. (2017). Race betting in Australia.  Australian Government, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Australian Gambling Research Centre (Melbourne).
  • Armstrong, A., and Carroll, M. (2017). Sports betting in Australia.  Australian Government, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Australian Gambling Research Centre (Melbourne).
  • Armstrong, A., and Carroll, M. (2017).
    Submission to the Australian Senate Environment and Communications Reference Committee, Inquiry into Participation of Australians in Online Poker,  Australian Government, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Australian Gambling Research Centre (Melbourne).
  • Atalay, K., Whelan, S., & Yates, J. (2017). Housing Prices, Household Debt and Household Consumption. AHURI Final Report No. 282, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, DOI:10.18408/ahuri-7307401, (June).
  • Australian Government (2017). Analysis of wage growth. The Treasury, Commonwealth of Australia, (November).
  • Broadway, B., and Wilkins, R. (2015). Low-paid women's workforce participation decisions and pay equity, A report for the Pay Equity Unity of the Fair Work Commission. Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic and Social Research,  (December).
  • Brotherhood of St Laurence. (2017). Reality bites: Australia's youth unemployment in a millennial era. My Chance, Our Future: Youth Employment Campaign, (December).
  • Brown, L., Hansnata, E., and La, H.A. (2017). Economic cost of dementia in Australia, 2016-2056,  NASEM, Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, University of Canberra, (February).
  • Cassidy, N., and Parsons, S. (2017). The rising share of part-time employment. Reserve Bank of Australia, Bulletin (September Quarter).
  • Cigdem-Bayram, M., Ong, R. & Wood, G.A. (2017). A New Look at the channels from housing to employment Decisions. AHURI Final Report No. 275, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne DOI:10.18408/ahuri-5307201.
  • Dabo, A.M., and Dugain, V.  (2017). Income inequality in Victoria: Evidence from the HILDA Survey, 2001-2015
    Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance.
  • Dabo, A.M., and Hansen, J.  (2017). What drives wage dispersion in Victoria? Evidence from the HILDA Survey, 2001-2015,  Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance.
  • Emerson, E., Newland, J., Vaughan, C. & Llewellyn, G. (2017). Physical violence and property crime reported by people with and without disability in New South Wales, 2002-2015. Centre for Disability Research and Policy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney.
  • Healy, J., Nicholson, D., and Gahan, P. (2017). The future of work in Australia: Anticipating how new technologies will reshape labour markets, occupations and skill requirements. Report for the New South Wales Government, Department of Education.
  • Jimenez, C., and Rozenbes, D. (2017). Award-reliant workers in the household income distribution, Fair Work Commission Research Report, 1/2017, (February).
  • Lamb, S. & Huo, S. (2017). Counting the costs of lost opportunity in Australian education. Mitchel Institute. 02/2017, (June).
  • Leal, H., Parsons, S., White, G., and Zurawski, A. (2017). Housing market turnover,  Reserve Bank of Australia, Bulletin, (March).
  • Rozenbes, D., and Farmakis-Gamboni, S. (2017). The youth labour market, Fair Work Commission Research Report, Part 1, Research Report, 2/2017. Fair Work Commission, (February).
  • Ryan, C., and Ribar, D.C. (2017). The youth labour market, Fair Work Commission Research Report, 2/2017.   Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic and Social Research, (February).
  • Watson, I. (2017). Family Friendly Working Arrangements: Labour market and workplace trends: A background report prepared for the ACTU. Submission to the Fair Work Commission, Four yearly Review of Modern Awards,  (May).

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2007

  • The Allen Consulting Group, Australia’s National Saving Revisited: Where Do We Stand Now?, Report to Investment and Financial Services Association, August.
  • Baxter, J., Gray, M. and Hayes, A., Snapshot of How Australian Families Spend Their Time, Australia Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne, May.
  • Berry, H.L., Twelve Types of Australians and their Socio-Economic, Psychosocial and Health Characteristics, Report to the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, Australian National University, Canberra.
  • Berry, H.L. and Shipley, M., Longing to Belong: Social Capital and Mental Health in an Australian Coastal Community, Report to the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, Australian National University, Canberra.
  • Cassells, R. and Harding, A., Generation whY?, Income and Wealth Report 17, AMP / NATSEM, July.
  • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Jobs for Immigrants, Volume. 1, Labour Market Integration in Australia, Denmark, Germany and Sweden, pp. 1–292.
  • Reserve Bank of Australia, Financial Stability Review, March.
  • Reserve Bank of Australia, Loan Approvals, Repayments and Housing Credit Growth, Reserve Bank of Australia Bulletin, July, pp. 1–7.
  • Stone, W. and Hulse, W., Housing and Social Cohesion: An Empirical Exploration, Final Report No. 100, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, Melbourne, April.
  • Watson, I., Low Paid Workers in Australia: Insights from HILDA, report for IR Victoria, March.

2006

  • Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, What Drives Australian Housing Careers?, Research and Policy Bulletin No. 83, August.
  • Australian Institute of Family Studies, Snapshots of Australian Families with Adolescents, Paper prepared for National Families Week, May.
  • Babacan, A., Chamberlain, C., Cullen, C., Dockery, M., Stoakes, A. and Wood, G., The Implications of Loss of a Partner for Older Private Renters, Positioning paper for the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, RMIT–NATSEM Research Centre.
  • Berry, H.L., Butterworth, P., Caldwell, T.M. and Rodgers, B., Profiling Australian Community Members: Different Types of People, Different Needs, Report to the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, Australian National University, Canberra.
  • Buddelmeyer, H., Wooden, M. and Ghantous, S., Transition from Casual Employment in Australia, Report prepared for the Australian Government Department of Employment and Workplace Relations under the Social Policy Research Services Agreement (2005–2009), Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, December.
  • Butterworth, P., Oz, T., Rodgers, B. and Berry, H., Partnered and Lone-Parent Families: Describing Changing Families. Paper commissioned by the Commonwealth Department of Family and Community Services through the Social Polic Research Services contract.
  • Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics, About Australia’s Regions — 2006, BTRE, Canberra.
  • Department of Employment and Workplace Relations, Review of Minimum Wages: Commonwealth Submission to the AFPC, Department of Employment and Workplace Relations, Canberra.
  • Headey, B., Framework for Assessing Poverty, Disadvantage and Low Capabilities in Australia, Melbourne Institute Report No. 6 , University of Melbourne, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, May.
  • Headey, B. and Verick, S., Jobless Households: Longitudinal Analysis of the Persistence and Determinants of Joblessness using HILDA Data for 2001–03, Melbourne Institute Report No. 7, University of Melbourne, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, November.
  • Healy, J. and Richardson, S., An Updated Profile of the Minimum Wage Workforce in Australia, Report t the Australian Fair Pay Commission, National Institute of Labour Studies, Flinders University.
  • Mavromaras, K., Lee, W. and Black, D., An Examination of Welfare Transitions using the First Three Waves of HILDA, Report commissioned by the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations.
  • McGuinness, S., Freebairn, J. and Mavromaras, K., Characteristics of Minimum Wage Employees, Report commissioned by the Australian Fair Pay Commission, University of Melbourne, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research.
  • Richardson, S., Tan, Y., Lane, A. and Flavel, J., Reasons Why Persons with VET Qualifications are Employed in Lower Skilled Occupations and Industries, Report to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal, National Institute of Labour Studies, Flinders University, July.
  • Scutella, R., Unemployment and Low-Paid Work: The Low-Pay, No-Pay Cycle, Brotherhood Comment, November, pp. 6–7.
  • South Australian Centre for Economic Studies, Education and Childcare Funding: The Future, Report commissioned by the Department of Education and Children’s Services.
  • Stanwick, J., Ong, L. and Karmel, T., Vocational Education and Training, Health and Well-Being: Is There A Relationship?, Report for National Centre for Vocational Education Research, December.
  • Velamuri, M. and Stillman, S., The Cost of Crime, Report to the Ministry of Justice, New Zealand, July.
  • Warren, D., Aspects of Retirement for Older Women, Australia Government Office for Women Report.

2005

  • Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics, About Australia’s Regions – 2005, BTRE, Canberra.
  • Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics, Focus on Regions No. 4: Social Capital, Information Paper No. 55, BTRE, Canberra.
  • Cobb-Clark, D. and Stillman, S., The Effect of Economic Shocks o Retirement Intentions, Report to the Department of Family and Community Services, December.
  • Commonwealth Submission Safety Net Review, Wages.
  • Glover, M., Laplagne, P. and Fry, T., Determinants of Labour Hire Use in Australian Workplaces, Cat. No. GA 519, Productivity Commission Research Memorandum, Canberra.
  • Hamilton, C. and Barbato, C., Why Australians Will Never Be Prosperous, Australia Institute Webpaper.
  • Healy, J. and Moskos, M., How Aged Care Workers Compare With Other Australian Workers?, Report prepared by the National Institute of Labour Studies, Flinders University, for the Department of Health and Ageing.
  • Kelly, S. and Harding, A., Love Can Hurt, Divorce Will Cost, Income and Wealth Report, No. 10, AMP / NATSEM, April.
  • Laplagne, P. and Glover, M., Importance and Characteristics of Labour Hire Employment, Cat. No. G 520, Productivity Commission Research Memorandum, Melbourne.
  • Smyth, C., Rawsthorne, M. and Siminski, P., Women’s Lifework: Labour Market Transition Experiences of Women, Report, Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, August.

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