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Australian Journal of Labour Economics (AJLE)

2000 - 2021

From Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC), Curtin Business School
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Volume 24, issue 1, 2021

The impact of implicit bias on Indigenous business ownership rates in Australia pp. 1-24 Downloads
Siddarth Shirodkar and Boyd Hunter
A longitudinal analysis of economic inactivity among Indigenous youth pp. 25-45 Downloads
Yonatan Dinku
Analysis of gender segregation within detailed occupations and industries in Australia pp. 47-69 Downloads
Gerard Lind and Rebecca Colquhoun
Changing demand for STEM skills in Australia and gender implications pp. 71-110 Downloads
Alfred Dockery, John Phillimore and Sherry Bawa

Volume 23, issue 2, 2020

JobKeeper: The efficacy of Australia’s first short-time wage subsidy pp. 99-128 Downloads
Rebecca Cassells and Alan Duncan
Early estimates of the impact of COVID-19 disruptions on jobs, wages, and lifetime earnings of schoolchildren in Australia pp. 129-151 Downloads
Gigi Foster
Measuring the impacts of COVID-19 on job postings in Australia using a reweighting-estimation-transformation approach pp. 153-171 Downloads
Kailing Shen and Bledi Taska
Scarring effects: A review of Australian and international literature pp. 173-187 Downloads
Jeff Borland
How might COVID-19 affect the Indigenous labour market? pp. 189-209 Downloads
Yonatan Dinku, Boyd Hunter and Francis Markham
The urgent need for Tax Reform in Australia in the COVID-19 World pp. 211-229 Downloads
Tristram Sainsbury and Robert Breunig
The Proposed Job-ready Graduate Package: a misguided arrow missing its target pp. 231-251 Downloads
Phil Lewis and Anne Daly

Volume 23, issue 1, 2020

The impact of varying penalty values on compliance with unemployment payment requirements: An analysis using 2015/16 Australian National Data pp. 1-20 Downloads
Andrew Wright and Brian Dollery
The labour market outcomes of Australian Creative Arts degree holders pp. 21-42 Downloads
Phil Lewis and Jee Young Lee
Leaning in: Is higher confidence the key to women's career advancement? pp. 43-77 Downloads
Leonora Risse
Do financial constraints affect the composition of workers of a firm? pp. 79-97 Downloads
Robert Breunig, Diana Hourani, Sasan Bakhtiari and Elisabetta Magnani

Volume 22, issue 2, 2019

Casualisation of work and inequality in the Australian labour market pp. 53-74 Downloads
Alexis Esposto and Juan Felix Agudelo
Understanding the retirement savings of self-employed tradespeople in Australia pp. 75-92 Downloads
Aaron Elkhishina, Tracey West and Kirsten MacDonald
Is there regional lock-in of unemployment rates in Australia? pp. 93-115 Downloads
Rohan Best and Paul Burke
Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, it’s off to work we go – the Fourth Industrial Revolution and thoughts on the future of work in Australia pp. 117-142 Downloads
Lisa Denny

Volume 22, issue 1, 2019

Conversations with an Eminent Labour Economist: Stephen Machin pp. 1-4 Downloads
Sholeh Maani
Factors underlying the likelihood of being in business for Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians pp. 5-27 Downloads
Siddharth Shirodkar and Boyd Hunter
The gender wage gap in Bangladesh: an application of Olsen and Walby simulation method pp. 29-51 Downloads
Anne Daly and Nafisa Anjum

Volume 21, issue 3, 2018

The relative performance and characteristics of Australian firms that used the 457 temporary skilled visa program pp. 179-207 Downloads
Bilal Rafi and Tala Talgaswatta
Indigenous youth employment and the school-to-work transition pp. 209-227 Downloads
Danielle Venn
Job security perceptions and its effect on wage growth pp. 229-251 Downloads
James Foster and Rochelle Guttmann
Employment growth/ skill requirement estimation in India: a non-traditional approach pp. 253-268 Downloads
Tutan Ahmed

Volume 21, issue 2, 2018

Conversations with an Eminent Labour Economist: Christian Dustmann of University College, London pp. 93-97 Downloads
Alfred Dockery
The Changes and Challenges Facing Regional Labour Markets pp. 99-123 Downloads
Anne Garnett
Labour Market Implications of Promoting Women’s Participation in STEM in Australia pp. 125-152 Downloads
Alfred Dockery and Sherry Bawa
What Determines Coverage by Collective Agreements or Awards? pp. 153-178 Downloads
David Peetz and Serena Yu

Volume 21, issue 1, 2018

Do Gender and Race Play a Role in the Compensation of University Presidents? Evidence from Institution-level Panel Data pp. 1-20 Downloads
Olivia Hebner, Courtney Collins and Frank Mixon
Poverty transitions in non-remote Indigenous households: The role of labour market and household dynamics pp. 21-44 Downloads
Danielle Venn and Boyd Hunter
Digitalisation and Women’s Workforce Participation in the Indo-Pacific pp. 45-74 Downloads
Timothy Watson, Michael Corliss and Michelle Le
Employment Relations Reforms and New Zealand’s ‘Productivity Paradox’ pp. 75-92 Downloads
Erling Rasmussen and Michael Fletcher

Volume 20, issue 3, 2017

Conversations with an Eminent Labour Economist: Thomas Lemieux pp. 167-174 Downloads
Rob Bray
Labour market transitions in Australia and Japan: A Panel Data Analysis pp. 175-197 Downloads
Tomoko Kishi and Shigeki Kano
Does Employment During Adolescence Reduce Adult Welfare Participation? pp. 199-227 Downloads
Fady Mansour
Lessons from the Recent Policy Experience in the Australian Indigenous Community-Employment Sector pp. 229-248 Downloads
Zoe Staines

Volume 20, issue 2, 2017

Conversations with an Eminent Labour Economist: Edward Lazear pp. 113-124 Downloads
Anne Daly and Boyd Hunter
Temporary-Permanent Wage Gap: Does Type of Work and Location in Distribution Matter? pp. 125-147 Downloads
Bill Cochrane, Gail Pacheco and Chao Li
Occupational Mobility of Indigenous and Other Australians pp. 149-165 Downloads
Boyd Hunter and Matthew Gray

Volume 20, issue 1, 2017

Dynamics of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Labour Markets pp. 1-20 Downloads
Boyd Hunter and Matthew Gray
Non-Regular Female Workers in Japan’s Prolonged Economic Recession: Evidence from the Japanese Panel Survey of Consumers pp. 23-56 Downloads
Sanae Tashiro
The Impact of Trade Unions on Work Related Training in Australia pp. 57-84 Downloads
Michael Dobbie, Daehoon Nahm and Craig MacMillan
The Impacts of Immigration on Earnings and Employment: Accounting for Effective Immigrant Work Experience pp. 85-111 Downloads
Michael Tse and Sholeh Maani

Volume 19, issue 3, 2016

Wage Subsidy Programs: A Primer pp. 131-144 Downloads
Jeff Borland
Far Removed: An Insight into the Labour Markets of Remote Communities in Central Australia pp. 145-174 Downloads
Alfred Dockery and Judith Lovell
Contractual Arrangements and the Retirement Intentions of Women in Australia pp. 175-195 Downloads
Philip Taylor, Catherine Earl and Christopher McLoughlin
Tip of the Iceberg? Organisational Foundations of Top Pay in New Zealand Listed Companies, 1995-2014 pp. 197-206 Downloads
Tim Hazledine

Volume 19, issue 2, 2016

Wages, Government Patterns and Other Income of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians pp. 53-76 Downloads
Monica Howlett, Matthew Gray and Boyd Hunter
Job Insecurity Within the Household: Are Australian Householders Caring When it Comes to Risk Sharing? pp. 77-90 Downloads
Francesco Mariotti, Maria Dickson, Karen Mumford and Yolanda Pena-Boquete
The Association Between Indigenous Australians' Labour Force Participation Rates and Access to Transport pp. 91-110 Downloads
Elisa Birch and David Marshall
Socioeconomic Response by Age Group to the Australian Baby Bonus: A Multivariate Analysis of Birth Data from 2001-13 pp. 111-129 Downloads
Louise Rawlings, Stephen J. Robson and Pauline Ding

Volume 19, issue 1, 2016

Conversations with an Eminent Labour Economist: Keith Jackson Hancock pp. 3-14 Downloads
Boyd Hunter
The Growing Gap Between Rich and Poor in Australia pp. 15-32 Downloads
Peter Saunders, Bruce Bradbury and Melissa Wong
Who Cares and Does it Matter for the Labour Market?: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Labour Force Status of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Carers pp. 33-51 Downloads
Boyd Hunter, Matthew Gray and Heather Crawford
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