2013

The scarring effects of unemployment, low pay and skills under-utilisation in Australia compared
Kostas Mavromaras; Peter Sloane; Zhang Wei
IZA Discussion Paper no. 7440, June

2011

Immigration policy and entrepreneurship
Stéphane Mahuteau; Matloob Piracha; Massimiliano Tani; Matias Vaira Lucero
IZA Discussion Paper no. 6238, December

Adjusting to skill shortages: Complexity and consequences
Josh Healy; Kostas Mavromaras; Peter Sloane
IZA Discussion Paper no. 6097, October

Work-related health in Europe: Are older workers more at risk?
Melanie K Jones; Paul L Latreille; Peter J Sloane; Anita V Staneva
IZA Discussion Paper no. 6044, October

Job anxiety, work-related psychological illness and workplace performance  Melanie K Jones; Paul L Latreille; Peter J Sloane
IZA Discussion Paper no. 5809, June

Labour market outcomes and skill acquisition in the host country: North African migrants returning home from the European Union
Stéphane Mahuteau; Massimiliano Tani
IZA Discussion Paper no. 5441, January

2010

Job mismatches and labour market outcomes: Panel evidence on Australian university graduates
Kostas Mavromaras; Seamus McGuinness; Nigel C O'Leary; Peter J Sloane; Zhang Wei
IZA Discussion Paper no. 5083, July

Participation in and completion of vocational education and training for people with disability 
Cain Polidano; Kostas Mavromaras
Melbourne Institute Working Paper no 08/10, Melbourne

2009

Living alone in Australia: Trends in sole living and characteristics of those who live alone David de Vaus; Sue Richardson
Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

Overskilling dynamics and education pathways
Kostas Mavromaras; Seamus McGuinness; Yi King Fok
IZA Discussion Paper no. 4321, July

Overskilling dynamics and education pathways
Kostas Mavromaras; Seamus McGuinness; Yi King Fok
Melbourne Institute Working Paper no 22/09, Melbourne

2004

Unemployment in Australia
Sue Richardson
Source: Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

2002

Employer's contribution to training: how does Australia compare with overseas?
Mark Cully