2000

Vol. 26  No. 1

1999 Annual research summary
Female earnings in Australia: An analysis of 1991 census data
Immigrants' labour market experiences in the early settlement years
The Australian labour market--main points
The labour market in 1999: The year in review
The location and characteristics of fixed-term and casual female workers in Australia: Analysis of AWIRS95
Unions @ a loss: Members and earnings

 

Vol. 26  No. 2

An Alternative to the Australian Industrial Relations Commission
How long do jobs last in Australia?
Retrenchment and Industry Policy
The Australian Labour Market - Main Points
Trade Union Mergers: A Survey of the Literature
Trends in Australian Industrial Regulation

 

Vol. 26  No. 3

A modest proposal for the new millennium
Beyond the unemployment rate: Building a set indices to measure the health of the labour market
Community attitudes towards unemployment, activity testing and mutual obligation
Telework in Australia: Findings from the national survey in selected industries
The Australian labour market--main points
The changing skill composition of labour demand

 

Vol. 26  No. 4

Leadership representatives in the Australian union movement
Living art: Artists between making art and making a living
Reassessing the role of child care costs in the work and care decisions of Australian Families
The exchange rate puzzle and forecasts for the Australian economy from 2000-01 to 2004-05

1999

Vol. 25 No. 1

The performance of the US labour market
Strikes and the Accord: The final word?
1998 annual research summary

 

Vol. 25  No. 2

Employee relations in Australia -an inter-industry comparison
A more or less skilled workforce? Changes in the occupational composition of employment, 1993 to 1999
Labour market programs and labour force status
Economics, industrial relations and the challenge of unemployment
Voluntary and involuntary labour mobility of Australian men over the business cycle
Labour market performance of Australia's non-metropolitan regions
The competency claims regarding junior wage rates

 

Vol. 25  No. 3

The Australian labour market: Preparing for the new millennium
The booming Australian labour market: State variations
The future of work and family
Delivering on work and family: The Workplace Relations Act 1996
Where does Australia fit in internationally with work and family issues?
Dismissing the unfair dismissal myth
The 'adult at 18' alternative

 

Vol. 25  No. 4

Employment in Australia: Occupations, Threats and Opportunities
Member-Union Satisfaction in Australia
Innovation in Australian Workplaces: An Empirical Analysis

1998

Vol. 24  No. 1

The Australian Labour Market- March 1998
Trade Union Amalgamations, Openness and the Decline in Australian Trade Union Membership
Indigenous Sole Parent Families: Welfare Dependency and Work Opportunities
Unemployment Forever?

 

Vol. 24  No. 2

Minimum Wage: Are We Returning to Justice Higgins?
Is it Worth Working? The Financial Impact of Increased Hours of Work by Married Mothers with Young Children
Work Culture and Productivity in the Australian Coal Industry
How Apprentices Learn to Work
Trends in NSW Government Apprentice Intake: Causes and Implications

 

Vol. 24  No. 3

Prospects for the Australian Labour Market
The State of the States
Is Job Stability Really Declining?
Industrial Relations Implications of the Australian Waterside Dispute
A Priority of Rights: Freedom of Association and the Waterfront Dispute
Recent Changes in the Australian Workforce: A Focus on the Structure of Indigenous Employment

 

Vol. 24  No. 4

Prospects for the Australian economy and the impact of the Asian crisis
The workplace of the future: Insights from futures scenarios and today's high performance workplaces
The future is bright
Clever Work, Clever Country: An Australian scenario
The Changing nature of work: Some implications

1997

Vol. 23  No. 1

The Australian Labour Market- March 1997
The Workplace Relations Act 1996: An Overview
A Guide to the Workplace Relations Act 1996
Union Strategy Post the Workplace Relations Act
The Tortoise Makes a Forward Move: The Economic Effects of the Workplace Relations Act
The Workplace Relations Act 1996: An Historical Perspective
Workplace Relations Act 1996: Implications for Business

 

Vol. 23  No. 2

Unemployment, the 'Living Wage' and the Federal Budget
Employee Turnover: Evidence from a Case Study
Macroeconomic Asepcts of the commonwealth Budget for 1997-1998
Homeworking in Australia: An Assessment of current Trends 

 

Vol. 23  No. 3

The Australian Labour Market- September 1997
The Determinants of Indigenous Employment Outcomes: the Importance of Education and Training
The Initial Labour Market Outcomes of Immigrants
Enterprise Bargaining and the Gender Earnings Gap

 

Vol. 23  No. 4

The Outlook for Employment by Occupation
The Cost of Training Apprentices in Australian Firms
The Effects of the Social Welfare System on Unemployment
Promoting Growth in Indigenous Employment: The Role of the Private Sector
National Institute of Labour Studies 1997 Annual Research Summary

1996

Vol. 22  No. 1

The Australian Labour Market- March 1996
The Inter-Industry Wage Structure: Evidence from the 1991 Australian Census
Exports and Employment
Enterprise Bargaining, Industrial Relations and Training Reforms in Australia

 

Vol. 22  No. 2

Cuts in Public Expenditure: Some Implications for the Australian Economy in 1996-97 and 1997-98
The 'Rewards' fpr Apprenticeship Training in Australia
The Employment Performance of the Queensland Labour Market
The Youth Labour Market: Characteristics and Trends

 

Vol. 22  No. 3

The Australian Labour Market- September 1996
Causality Between Consumer Loan Affordability and the Female Full-time Participation Rate in the Australian Labour Force
Australia's Impending Demographic Revolution
Occupational Segregation in Full-time and Part-time Employment

 

Vol. 22  No. 4

MONASH Forecasts of Output and Employment for Australian Industries: 1994-95 to 2002-03
Shifts in Gender Segregation in Professional Occupations in Australia- 1981 to 1991
Individual Contracts and the Impact of Labour Legislation: Trans-Tasman Comparisons
The Relationship Between Women's Working Arrangements and their Child Care Arrangements
National Institute of Labour Studies 1996 Annual Research Summary

1995

Vol. 21  No. 1

The Australian Labour Market- March 1995
Migration and Population Ageing in Australia
Added, Subtracted or Just Different: Why do the Wives of Unemployed Men have Such Low Employment Rates?
A note on the Post-White Paper Interpretation of Labour Force Data

 

Vol. 21   No. 2

Prospects for Australian Industries, States and Regions:1993-94 to 2001-02
Australian Evidence on the Interchangeability of Definitions of a Small Enterprise
A Note on Aboriginal Marriage Patterns and Labour Market Performance
Real Output and Productivity in Australian Manufacturing: An International Perspective, 1970-89
Corporation and Australian Strike Activity 

 

Vol. 21  No. 3

The Australian Labour Market- September 1995
Characteristics of Long-term Unemployed and Very Long-term Unemployed Clients: A Study of Employment Service Registrants in Australia
Superannuation Coverage of Woman from a Non-English-Speaking Background
The Labour Market: The Challenge of Reform
Why Does the German Training System Work: The Incentives that Drive the German Apprenticeship System

 

Vol. 21  No. 4

Growth in 1995-96 and 1996-97: Saved by the Terms of Trade
Employment and Income in Australia- Does the Neighbourhood Dimension Matter?
Higher Education Expansion and Economic Change
Labour Absence in Australia: An Overview of Dimensions, Causes and Remedial Strategies

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