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Current editor(s): Ross Williams, Ian McDonald and Mark Wooden

From The University of Melbourne, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
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Volume 52, issue 4, 2019

Low Wage Growth: Why It Matters and How to Fix It pp. 377-392 Downloads
Stephen Bell and Michael Keating
The Relationship between Income, Wealth and Age in Australia pp. 393-405 Downloads
Alan Tapper and Alan Fenna
The Economic Demography Transition: Is China's ‘Not Rich, First Old’ Circumstance a Barrier to Growth? pp. 406-426 Downloads
Lauren A. Johnston
The Causal Effect of Retirement on Health: Understanding the Mechanisms pp. 427-446 Downloads
Dai Binh Tran and Vasileios Zikos
From Adversaries to Allies: Australian and European Union Responses to Challenges in the World Economy pp. 447-447 Downloads
Richard Pomfret
From Friction to Free Trade Negotiations: Australia's Engagement with the European Union pp. 448-454 Downloads
Philomena Murray
Trade Policy and Global Uncertainties: How to Promote an Open Trade Agenda pp. 455-461 Downloads
Lucian Cernat
Australian Trade Policy in the Twenty‐First Century pp. 462-467 Downloads
Richard Pomfret
Mega‐Regional Agreements and Their Impact on Australia pp. 468-475 Downloads
Peter A. Petri and Michael Plummer
Introducing the Longitudinal Multi‐Agency Data Integration Project and Its Role in Understanding Income Dynamics in Australia pp. 476-495 Downloads
Nicholas Biddle, Robert Breunig, Francis Markham and Chris Wokker
The Economics of Ageing—What do you Face? pp. 496-506 Downloads
Ian McDonald

Volume 52, issue 3, 2019

Teaching Public Economics with Special Reference to Australian and US Cultures pp. 279-293 Downloads
Peter Abelson
Optimal Monetary Policy in China with Money as Not Redundant pp. 294-304 Downloads
Guoxiong Zhang
Tracing the Sources of South Australian Economic Slumps pp. 305-320 Downloads
Dou Jiang
Introduction pp. 321-322 Downloads
Efrem Castelnuovo
Yield Curve and Financial Uncertainty: Evidence Based on US Data pp. 323-335 Downloads
Efrem Castelnuovo
Does Monetary Policy Respond to Uncertainty? Evidence from Australia pp. 336-343 Downloads
Natalia Ponomareva, Jeffrey Sheen and Ben Wang
Measuring Uncertainty for New Zealand Using Data‐Rich Approach pp. 344-352 Downloads
Trung Duc Tran, Tugrul Vehbi and Benjamin Wong
Surveying Lifelong Learning in the German National Educational Panel Study pp. 353-362 Downloads
Silke Anger, Marie‐Christine Laible, Annette Trahms and Basha Vicari
The Influence of Climate on Migration pp. 363-372 Downloads
Dennis Wesselbaum

Volume 52, issue 2, 2019

Depositor Protection and Bank Liquidity Regulation: Distortions Affecting Superannuation pp. 149-157 Downloads
Kevin Davis and Rodney Maddock
The Longer‐term Impacts of Job Displacement on Labour Market Outcomes in New Zealand pp. 158-177 Downloads
Dean Hyslop and Wilbur Townsend
State of Confusion: Economic Policy Uncertainty and International Trade and Investment pp. 178-199 Downloads
Stephen Kirchner
Violence in the Household and Happiness in Mexico pp. 200-211 Downloads
Humberto Charles‐Leija, Gilberto Aboites and Ignacio Llamas
Introduction: Australian Higher Education as an Industry pp. 212-216 Downloads
Ross Williams
Distributing Student Places in Australian Higher Education pp. 217-225 Downloads
Andrew Norton
Valuing the Humanities pp. 226-235 Downloads
John O’Mahony, Rohan Garga, Michael Thomas and Max Kimber
Productivity and Policy in Higher Education pp. 236-247 Downloads
Kenneth Moore, Gwilym Croucher and Hamish Coates
The National Coronial Information System: Saving Lives through the Power of Data pp. 247-254 Downloads
Lauren Dunstan
Practical Empirical Research Using gretl and hansl pp. 255-271 Downloads
Artur Tarassow

Volume 52, issue 1, 2019

The Australian Economy in 2018–2019: Convergence in Economic Activity across Australia pp. 5-18 Downloads
Viet Hoang Nguyen and Jiao Wang
Should We Tax Sugar and If So How? pp. 19-40 Downloads
Peter Lloyd and Donald MacLaren
Do Foreign Mergers and Acquisitions Increase Acquired Firms’ Innovation? Evidence from Chinese Manufacturing Firms pp. 41-60 Downloads
Zheng Zhang, Yuping Deng and Sam Hak Kan Tang
Trends in Intergenerational Educational Mobility in Canada pp. 61-75 Downloads
Ehsan Latif
Introduction pp. 76-77 Downloads
Efrem Castelnuovo
What Do We Know About the Macroeconomic Effects of Fiscal Policy? A Brief Survey of the Literature on Fiscal Multipliers pp. 78-93 Downloads
Efrem Castelnuovo and Guay Lim
The Cyclical Behaviour of the Labour Force Participation Rate in Australia pp. 94-106 Downloads
Richard Evans, Angus Moore and Daniel Rees
Contributions of Employment Change to Annual Wage Growth in New Zealand pp. 107-115 Downloads
Dean Hyslop and Amy Rice
How Much Have Lending Standards Constrained US Recovery After the Financial Crisis? pp. 116-126 Downloads
Martin Fukač
Chinese Family and Society Dynamics Using the China Family Panel Studies (CFPS) Household Panel pp. 127-133 Downloads
Sherry Tao Kong and Qiong Wu
What Do Australian Economics PhDs Do? pp. 134-144 Downloads
Kenneth Clements and Jiawei Si

Volume 51, issue 4, 2018

Challenges Facing the World Trade Organization: An Overview pp. 453-473 Downloads
Gary P Sampson
Policy Options to Reduce Electricity Greenhouse Gas Emissions pp. 474-485 Downloads
John Freebairn
How Financial Freedom and Integration Change Public Debt Impact on Financial Development in the Asia‐Pacific: A Panel Smooth Transition Regression Approach pp. 486-501 Downloads
Duy‐Tung Bui
Australia's Growth in Households and House Prices pp. 502-511 Downloads
Creina Day
Introduction pp. 512-513 Downloads
Efrem Castelnuovo
Cryptocurrencies: A Crash Course in Digital Monetary Economics pp. 514-526 Downloads
Jesús Fernández‐Villaverde
Cryptocurrencies and Digital Fiat Currencies pp. 527-539 Downloads
Robert Kirkby
Central Bank Digital Cash and Cryptocurrencies: Insights from a New Baumol–Friedman Demand for Money pp. 540-550 Downloads
Donato Masciandaro
Cryptocurrencies, Mainstream Asset Classes and Risk Factors: A Study of Connectedness pp. 551-563 Downloads
George Milunovich
Australia Has the World's Best Petrol Price Data: FuelWatch and FuelCheck pp. 564-577 Downloads
David Byrne, Jia Sheen Nah and Peng Xue
Ratios of Parameters: Some Econometric Examples pp. 578-602 Downloads
Jeanette Lye and Joseph Hirschberg

Volume 51, issue 3, 2018

How Monetary Policy Affects Your Gross Domestic Product pp. 309-335 Downloads
Andrew Haldane
Mapping the Australian Poverty Profile: A Multidimensional Deprivation Approach pp. 336-350 Downloads
Peter Saunders and Yuvisthi Naidoo
Does Taxation Stifle Corporate Investment? Firm‐Level Evidence from ASEAN Countries pp. 351-367 Downloads
Serhan Cevik and Fedor Miryugin
Work Me Not Into Temptation: Exploring the Relationship between Work and Healthy Eating in Dieters Using Data from the HILDA Survey pp. 368-381 Downloads
Heather Brown and Justin Presseau
Dragon CEOs and Firm Value pp. 382-395 Downloads
Tao Chen
Introduction pp. 396-398 Downloads
Ian McDonald
Australia Demonstrates the Rise of Populism is About More than Economics pp. 399-410 Downloads
Danielle Wood, John Daley and Carmela Chivers
The Economic Consequences of Mr Trump pp. 411-417 Downloads
Max Corden and Ross Garnaut
Populism and Fiscal Illusion pp. 418-425 Downloads
Sinclair Davidson
The Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth: 20 Years and Beyond pp. 426-440 Downloads
Somayeh Parvazian and Ronnie Semo
Stepping up to Teaching in Business: Understanding Teaching Effectiveness for Small Classes pp. 441-448 Downloads
Angela Paladino

Volume 51, issue 2, 2018

India's Search for Prosperity pp. 165-174 Downloads
Vijay Joshi
Why Are Australian Wages Lagging and What Can Be Done About It? pp. 175-190 Downloads
Joe Isaac
The Timing of Income Tax Changes in the Face of Projected Debt Increases pp. 191-210 Downloads
Christopher Ball, John Creedy and Grant Scobie
The Labour Market Effects of ‘Working for Families’ In New Zealand pp. 211-231 Downloads
John Creedy, Joseph Mercante and Penny Mok
The Global Iron and Steel Industry: From a Bilateral Oligopoly to a Thwarted Monopsony pp. 232-243 Downloads
Sylvain Sourisseau
Introduction pp. 244-246 Downloads
Ross Williams
Pump Up the Volume: Making Health and Wellbeing the Centre Stage of Economic Growth pp. 247-252 Downloads
Anthony Scott
Education Policy Reforms to Boost Productivity in Australia pp. 253-261 Downloads
Gigi Foster
Federalism and Tax Reform pp. 262-268 Downloads
John Freebairn
The Not†So†Strange Death of Multifactor Productivity Growth pp. 269-275 Downloads
John Quiggin
The Survey of Income and Housing pp. 276-285 Downloads
Matthew Taylor
A Primer on the ‘Reproducibility Crisis’ and Ways to Fix It pp. 286-300 Downloads
W. Reed
Editors' Report 2017 pp. 301-302 Downloads
Ross Williams, Ian McDonald and Christopher Ryan

Volume 51, issue 1, 2018

The Australian Economy in 2017–2018: The Importance of Stronger Non†Mining Business Investment Growth pp. 5-20 Downloads
Tim Robinson and Jiao Wang
Income Inequality in New Zealand, 1935–2014 pp. 21-40 Downloads
John Creedy, Norman Gemmell and Loc Nguyen
Grattan Institute's Case for Sugar Tax Is Not Proven pp. 41-51 Downloads
Jonathan Pincus
Choosing the Social Discount Rate for Australia pp. 52-67 Downloads
Peter Abelson and Tim Dalton
Introduction to the Policy Forum: Macroeconomic Policies after the Global Financial Crisis pp. 68-69 Downloads
Efrem Castelnuovo
Macroeconomic Policies in a Low Interest Rate Environment: Back to Keynes? pp. 70-86 Downloads
Efrem Castelnuovo, Guay Lim and Giovanni Pellegrino
Measuring Uncertainty and Its Impact on a Small Open Economy pp. 87-98 Downloads
Lucy Greig, Amy Rice, Tugrul Vehbi and Benjamin Wong
Towards Understanding Macrofinancial Impacts of Loan†to†Value Ratio Policy in New Zealand: A General Equilibrium Perspective pp. 99-131 Downloads
Martin Fukač, Lucy Greig and Daniel Snethlage
Firm†Level Analysis Using the ABS’ Business Longitudinal Analysis Data Environment (BLADE) pp. 132-138 Downloads
David Hansell and Bilal Rafi
Public Sector Discount Rates: A Comparison of Alternative Approaches pp. 139-157 Downloads
John Creedy and Hemant Passi
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