The Melbourne Institute’s academic staff are active researchers, publishing their findings in books and leading Australian and international journals.
The Melbourne Institute Working Papers Series presents the results of research projects undertaken by our academic staff.
The Melbourne Institute Research Insights Series provides meaningful analysis of questions related to contemporary economic and social issues in Australia, to enable evidence-based decision making for policy and practice.
Australian Economic Review
The Australian Economic Review is a peer-reviewed, applied economics journal that publishes high quality articles applying economic analysis to a wide range of macro and microeconomic topics relevant to issues in economics and social policy.
The Melbourne Institute measures a variety of macroeconomic indicators, from the drivers of economic growth to the sentiments underpinning the nation’s economic outlook.
Social Indicator Reports
The Melbourne Institute measures a range of social indicators, from household expenditure to individual and social well-being.
The Melbourne Institute’s academic staff write and contribute to high-quality research texts that explore a variety of issues in economic and social policy.
HILDA Statistical Reports
Key research findings from current and past releases of the HILDA Survey.
HILDA Survey Publications
An extensive bibliography of all Australian and international research publications known to use or reference data from the HILDA Survey.
Publications and results from MABEL, Australia's national longitudinal survey of doctors.
Universitas 21 Rankings
Assessment and ranking of 50 of the world's higher education systems.
Poverty Lines: Australia is a quarterly newsletter that updates the Henderson Poverty Line as defined in the 1973 Commonwealth Commission of Inquiry into Poverty.
MI Policy Briefs
The Melbourne Institute Policy Briefs Series presents research undertaken by our academic staff on topics relevant to contemporary economic and social policy.
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