Working/Discussion/Research Papers

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

2018

  • Lass, I., and Wooden, M.
    The characteristics of the underemployed (Part 2)
    Fair Work Commission, Research Report (February 2018).
  • Rozenbes, D., and Farmakis-Gamboni, S.
    The characteristics of the unemployed (Part 1)
    Fair Work Commission/Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, Research Report (February 2018).
  • Yuen, K., Ellis, G., and Nelms, L.
    Characteristics of workers earning the national minimum wage rate and of the low paid
    Fair Work Commission, Research Report  (February 2018).

2017

  • André, S., Dewilde, C., and Muffels, R.
    Do housing wealth and tenure (change) moderate the relationship between divorce and subjective wellbeing
    HOWCOME Working Paper Services No. 19 (April 2017).
  • Armstrong, A., and Carroll, M.
    Poker activity in Australia
    Australian Government, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Australian Gambling Research Centre (Melbourne)
  • Armstrong, A., and Carroll, M.
    Gambling activity in Australia
    Australian Government, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Australian Gambling Research Centre (Melbourne)
  • Armstrong, A., and Carroll, M.
    Race betting in Australia
    Australian Government, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Australian Gambling Research Centre (Melbourne)
  • Armstrong, A., and Carroll, M.
    Sports betting in Australia
    Australian Government, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Australian Gambling Research Centre (Melbourne)
  • Armstrong, A., and Carroll, M.
    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., Li, A., and Whelan, S.
    Housing Wealth and Fertility: Australian Evidence
    The University of Sydney Economics Working Paper Series No. 2017-08 (January 2017).
  • Bastian, B., Smith, M., Cheong, B., Pineda, V., Stevenson, M., Hutchinson, O., Nargar, M., and Kluth, S.
    Development of Treasury's new Model of Australian Retirement Incomes and Assets: MARIA
    Treasury Working Paper, 2017-02.
  • Bilson, J.R., Jetter, M., and Kristoffersen, I.
    Gender Differences in the Link Between Income and Trust Levels: Evidence from Longitudinal Data
    IZA Discussion Paper No 10585 (February 2017)
  • Borra, C., Browning, M., and Sevila, A.
    Marriage and Housework
    IZA Discussion Paper No 10740 (April 2017).
  • Borra, C., Browning, M., and Sevila, A.
    Marriage and Housework
    HCEO Working Paper Series No. 2017-049 (June 2017)
  • Brenig, R., Hasan, S., and Hunter, B
    Financial stress and Indigenous Australians
    IZA Discussion Paper No 11221 (December 2017).
  • Broadway, B. and Haisken-DeNew, J.P.
    Keep calm and consume? Subjective uncertainty and precautionary savings
    Melbourne Institute Working Paper  No 18/17.
  • Brotherhood of St Laurence
    Reality bites: Australia's youth unemployment in a millennial era
    My Chance, Our Future: Youth Employment Campaign, December 2017.
  • Brown, L., Hansnata, E., and La, H.A.
    Economic cost of dementia in Australia, 2016-2056
    NASEM, Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, University of Canberra, February 2017.
  • Bubonya, M., Cobb-Clark, D.A., and Ribar, D.
    The bilateral relationship between depressive symptoms and employment status
    IZA Discussion Paper No. 10653.
  • Bubonya, M., Cobb-Clark, D.A., and Ribar, D.
    The bilateral relationship between depressive symptoms and employment status
    Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 10/17.
  • Bureau of Communications and Arts Research (BCAR).
    Trends and drivers in the affordability of communications services for Australian households
    Working Paper, July 2017.
  • Burkhauser, R.V., Hérault, N., Jenkins, S.P., and Wilkins, R.
    Survey under-coverage of top incomes and estimation of inequality: What is the role of the UK's SPI adjustment?
    Melbourne Institute Working No. 16/17.
  • Cassells, R., Dockery, M., Duncan, A., Gao, G., and Seymour, R.
    Far removed: an insight into the labour markets of remote communities in central Australia
    Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, Focus on the States Series, Issue No. 5 (June 2017).
  • Cassidy, N., and Parsons, S.
    The rising share of part-time employment
    Reserve Bank of Australia, Bulletin (September Quarter 2017).
  • Clark, A.E., Flèche, S., Layard, R., Powdthavee, N., and Ward, G.
    The Key Determinants of Happiness and Misery
    CEP Discussion Paper No 1485, June 2017.
  • Collischon, M.
    The returns to personality traits across the wage distribution
    SOE Papers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research 921.
  • Cygan-Rehm, K., Kuehnle, D., and Oberfichtner, M.
    Bounding the causal effect of unemployment on mental health: Nonparametric evidence from four countries
    IZA Discussion Paper No. 10652.
  • Dabo, A.M., and Dugain, V.
    Income inequality in Victoria: Evidence from the HILDA Survey, 2001-2015
    Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance.
  • Dabo, A.M., and Hansen, J.
    What drives wage dispersion in Victoria? Evidence from the HILDA Survey, 2001-2015
    Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance.
  • Etilé, F.,  Frijters, P., Johnson, D.W., and Shields, M.A.
    Modelling Heterogeneity in the Resilience to Major Socioeconomic Life Events
    PSE Working Papers n2017-09. 2017
  • Flinn, C., Todd, P., and Zhang, W.
    Personality traits, intra-household allocation and the gender wage gap
    Collegio Carlo Alberto, Carlo Alberto Notebooks No. 495 (February 2017).
  • Flinn, C., Todd, P., and Zhang, W.
    Personality traits, intra-household allocation and the gender wage gap
    HCEO Working Paper Series 2017-029 (April 2017).
  • Foster, G., and Stratton, L.S.
    Do Significant Labor Market Events Change Who Does the Chores? Paid Work, Housework, and Power in Mixed-Gender Australian Households
    Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No. 2017-09 (June 2017)
  • Foster, G., and Stratton, L.S.
    Do significant labor market events change who does the chores? Paid work, housework, and power in mixed-gender Australian households
    IZA Discussion Paper No. 10831 (June 2017)
  • Foster, G., and Stratton, L.S.
    What women want (their men to do): housework and satisfaction in Australia households
    Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No. 2017-11 (June 2017).
  • Grimes, A., Ormsby, J., and Preston, K.
    Wages, wellbeing and location: Slaving away in Sydney or cruising on the Gold Coast
    Motu Working Paper 17-07 (April 2017).
  • Healy, J., Nicholson, D., and Gahan, P.
    The future of work in Australia: Anticipating how new technologies will reshape labour markets, occupations and skill requirements
    Report for the New South Wales Government, Department of Education.
  • Jha, N., and Ryan. C.
    The careers of teachers in Australia: A descriptive study
    Melbourne Institute, Working paper No. 30/17, November 2017.
  • Kendall, G., Nguyen, H., and Ong, R.
    The Impact of differentiated access to income and wealth on health and wellbeing outcomes: A longitudinal Australian study
    Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre Working Paper Series No. 17/01 (January 2017).
  • Lam, J., and Perales, F.
    Chronic illness and mental strain: The moderating role of marital status over the disease cycle
    Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No. 2017-03 (January 2017).
  • Lass, I., and Wooden, M.
    The structure of the wage gap for temporary workers: Evidence from Australian panel data
    IZA Discussion Paper No. 10670.
  • Leal, H., Parsons, S., White, G., and Zurawski, A.
    Housing market turnover
    Reserve Bank of Australia, Bulletin, March 2017.
  • Lee, W, and McKinnish, T.A.
    The marital satisfaction of differently-aged couples
    IZA Discussion Paper No. 10863, June 2017.
  • Mahuteau, S., Mavromaras, K., Richardson, S., and Zhu, R.
    Public-Private sector wage differentials in Australia
    IZA Discussion Paper Series No. 10719 (April 2017).
  • Murray, C., Clark, R., Mendolia, S., and Siminski, P.
    Dierct measures of intergeneraltional income mobility for Australia.
    IZA Discussion Paper Series No. 11020 (September 2017).
  • Perales, F., and Baffour, B.
    Respondent Mental Wellbeing and the Interviewer Ratings of the Quality of the Survey Interview
    Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No 2017-02 (January 2017).
  • Perales, F., and Chesters, J.
    The returns to mature-age education in Australia
    Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No. 2017-05 (February 2017).
  • Perales, F., Lersch, P., and Baxter, J.
    Birth Cohort, Ageing and Gender Ideology: Lessons from British and Australian Panel Data
    Life Course Centre Working Paper Series No. 2017-01 (January 2017).
  • Preston, K. and Grimes, A.
    Migration and Gender: Who Gains and in Which Ways?
    Motu Working Paper 17-08 (April 2017).
  • Simon, J., and Stone, T.
    The Property ladder after the financial crisis: The first step Is a stretch but those who make it are doing OK
    Reserve Bank of Australia, Research Discussion Paper No. 2017-05.
  • Watson, I.
    Family Friendly Working Arrangements: Labour market and workplace trends: A background report prepared for the ACTU
    Submission to the Fair Work Commission.
  • Wen, L., and Maani, S.A.
    A panel study of immigrant's overeducation and earnings in Australia
    IZA Discussion Paper Series No. 11216 (December).
  • Whelan, S.
    The Bank of Mum and Dad - Intergenerational transfers and first-time homeownership in Australia
    University of Sydney, Economics Working Paper Series No. 2017-07.

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