No.  Author(s)  Title/Link to Abstract

228

Tom Karmel; David Carroll

Has the graduate job market been swamped?

227

Joanne Flavel

An analysis of the impact of health on occupation

226

Linfeng Chen; Zijun Luo; Rong Zhu

Cooperative and noncooperative R&D in duopoly with spillovers and upstream input providers

225

Darcy Fitzpatrick

Self-employment dynamics & the importance of the state-dependent effect

224

Joanne Flavel

Does poor health increase the likelihood of flexible employment?

223

Stéphane Mahuteau; Tom Karmel; Kostas Mavromaras; Rong Zhu

Educational outcomes of young Indigenous Australians

 2015

   

222

 

Stéphane Mahuteau; Kostas Mavromaras; Sue Richardson; Rong Zhu

Public-private sector wage differentials in Australia

221

 

Melanie Jones; Kostas Mavromaras; Peter Sloane; Zhang Wei

The dynamic effect of disability on work and subjective well-being in Australia

220

Stéphane Mahuteau; Rong Zhu

Crime victimisation and subjective well-being: Panel evidence from Australia

219

Rong Zhu; Xiaobo He

How does women’s happiness respond to retirement? A two-stage analysis

218

Rong Zhu

Overeducation, overskilling and mental well-being

217

Yu Qin; Hongjia Zhu; Rong Zhu

Changes in the distribution of land prices in urban China during 2007–2012

216

Stéphane Mahuteau; Kostas Mavromaras; Peter Sloane; Zhang Wei

Horizontal and vertical educational mismatch and wages

215

Lixin Cai; Kostas Mavromaras; Peter Sloane; Zhang Wei

Labour mobility and hours worked mismatch in Australia

214

Ian W Li; Stéphane Mahuteau; Alfred M Dockery; PN (Raja) Junankar

Equity in higher education and graduate labour market outcomes in Australia

213

Michael Kidd; Nigel O'Learly; Peter Sloane

The impact of domestic mobility on early career earnings for UK graduates: A quantile approach

212

Megan Moskos

Men doing ‘women’s work’? Gender essentialism and low skilled men’s integration into non-traditional occupations in Australia

2014

 

 

211

Andrew E Clark; Kostas Mavromaras; Zhang Wei

Happy to stay: Job satisfaction and retirement

210

Sue Richardson; Joshua Healy; Megan Moskos

From 'gentle invaders' to 'breadwinners': Australian women's increasing employment and earnings shares

209

Kostas Mavromaras; Rong Zhu

The causal effects of retirement on health behaviours: Evidence from an Australian policy experiment

208

Kostas Mavromaras; Zhang Wei; Rong Zhu

An examination of the effect of wealth and earned income on the decision to retire in Australia

207

Kostas Mavromaras; Rong Zhu

An examination of the effect of wealth and earned income on the decision to retire in the UK

206

Linda M Isherwood; Debra S King; Mary A Luszcz

Widowhood in the fourth age: Support exchange, relationships and social participation

205

Linda M Isherwood; Mary A LuszczDebra S King

Reciprocity in material and time support within parent-child relationships during late-life widowhood

204

Zhang Wei; Genevieve Knight

Labour mobility and public-private earning and job-satisfaction in Australia

203

Joshua Healy

The Australian labour market in 2013

2013

 

 

202

Keith A Bender; Kostas Mavromaras; Ioannis Theodossiou; Zhang Wei

The effect of wealth and earned income on the decision to retire: A dynamic probit examination of retirement

201

Kostas Mavromaras; Sue Richardson; Rong Zhu

Age pension age eligibility, retirement and health outcomes in Australia*

200

Rong Zhu

Heterogeneity in the economic returns to schooling among Chinese rural-urban migrants 2002-2007*

199

Rong Zhu; Alison Goode; Kostas Mavromaras

Family income and child health in China

198

Elisabetta Magnani; Rong Zhu

Education and the household: Intergenerational transmission of education in China, 1990-2000

197

Kostas Mavromaras; Stéphane Mahuteau

An analysis of the impact of socioeconomic disadvantage and school quality on the probability of school dropout 

196

Kostas Mavromaras; Rong Zhu

Labour force participation of mature age men in Australia: The role of spousal participation

NILS Working papers 1992 - 2012