2003-2007

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.
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