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2012, Volume 38, Issue 3
- 178-183 Guest editorsâ€™ introduction to the Special Issue
by Charlesworth, S & Elder, A & Hill, E & Pocock, Barbara
2012, Volume 38, Issue 2
- 96-110 Keynes versus the Classics in the 1970s
by Isaac, J
- 111-141 Does immigration policy affect the education--occupation mismatch? Evidence from Australia
by Tani, Massimiliano
- 142-157 Beyond our control: labour adjustment in response to the global recession by multinational auto companies in Australia
by Auer, Peter & Clibborn, Stephen & Lansbury, Russell D
- 158-176 An examination of award wages among Australian apprentices and trainees
by Oliver, Damian
2012, Volume 38, Issue 1
- 2-25 Dark corners in a bright economy: the lack of jobs for unskilled men
by Gregory, Robert G
- 26-47 What are the characteristics of the employers of the low paid in Australia?
by McGuinness, Seamus & Webster, E & Mavromaras, Kostas
- 48-67 Adding insult to injury: how work-life pressures affect the participation of low-paid workers in vocational education and training
by Pocock, Barbara & Skinner, N
- 68-95 Womenâ€™s participation in mining: what can we learn from EOWA reports?
by Lord, L & Jefferson, T & Eastham, J
2011, Volume 37, Issue 2
- 138-163 Quality and Quantity in Work-Home Conflict: The Nature and Direction of Effects of Work on Employees' Personal Relationships and Partners
by Peetz, D. & Muurlink, O. & Townsend, K. & Allan, C. & Fox, A.
- 164-190 Oh Won't You Stay Just a Little Bit Longer: Changing Employers' Views of Older Workers
by Mountford, H.
- 191-216 Upskilling and Polarisation in the Australian Labour Market: A Simple Analysis
by Esposto, A.
- 217-229 The Difficulty of Quantitative Cross-country Comparisons of Wage-fixing Systems
by Isaac, J.
- 230-245 Methodology and Research on the Human Resource Practices of Multinational Enterprises in Australia
by McDonnell, A. & Russell, H. & Sablok, G. & Stanton, P. & Burgess, J. & Bartram, T.
2011, Volume 37, Issue 1
- 2-32 Wage Inequality: A Comparative Perspective
by Lemieux, T.
- 33-50 It's a Lot of Hard Work': The Experiences of Student-workers in University Term-time Employment
by Munro, L.
- 51-96 Did 'Work First' Work? The Role of Employment Assistance Programs in Reducing Long-term Unemployment in Australia (1990-2008)
by Davidson, P.
- 97-126 The 'Rise and Rise' of New Professional Groups: Mental Health Professions under Medicare
by Doessel, D. & Williams, R.
- 127-137 Australian Labour Market Flows over the Business Cycle
by Chindamo, P.
2010, Volume 36, Issue 3
- 238-259 Got a Lot o' Livin' to do: Opportunities for Older Workers in the Global Financial Crisis
by Mountford, H.
- 260-277 The Change in Labour Skills in Australia over the Business Cycle
by Kelly, R. & Lewis, P.
- 278-303 Flexicurity: What is it? Can it Work Downunder?
by Belchamber, G.
- 306-313 Symposium 1: Fair Work Australia's First Minimum Wage Decision: Context, Impact and Future
by Healy, Joshua Gregory
- 314-320 Symposium 2: Minimum Wage Setting under Fair Work Australia: Back to the Future?
by Harper, I. & McKibbin, R.
- 321-326 Symposium 3: An Unfair Safety Net
by Wooden, M.
- 327-334 Symposium 4: Australia's Other Two-Speed Economy: Gender, Employment and Earnings in the Slow Lane
by Jefferson, T & Preston, A
- 335-340 Symposium 5: An American Perspective on the 2010 Increase in the Australian Minimum Wage
by Burkhauser, R.
- 341-345 Symposium 6: The Annual Wage Review 2009-10 of the Minimum Wage Panel of Fair Work Australia
by Brown, W.
- 346-350 Symposium 7: The Fair Work Australia Minimum Wage Decision Viewed From Afar
by Sloane, Peter J
2010, Volume 36, Issue 2
- Balancing Work, Family and Life: Introduction to the Special Edition
by Burgess, J. & Waterhouse, J.
- 133-153 Work, Life, Flexibility and Workplace Culture in Australia: Results of the 2009 Australian Work and Life Index (AWALI) Survey
by Skinner, N & Pocock, Barbara
- 154-177 The Work-Life Provisions of the Fair Work Act: A Compromise of Stakeholder Preference
by Colley, L. & Waterhouse, J.
- 178-193 Working Time Flexibilities: A Paradox in Call Centres?
by Hannif, Z. & McDonnell, A. & Connell, J. & Burgess, J.
- 194-213 Working Time Arrangements and Recreation: Making Time for Weekends When Working Long Hours
by Brown, K. & Bradley, L. & Lingard, H. & Townsend, K. & Ling, S.
- 214-235 Central Policies, Local Discretion: A Review of Employee Access to Work-Life Balance Arrangements in a Public Sector Agency
by Colley, L.
2010, Volume 36, Issue 1
- 1-28 Careers of South Australian health Professional Graduates
by Carson, E. & Szuster, F.
- 29-83 Which of Australia's Baby Boomers Expect to Delay their Retirement? An Occupational Overview
by Jackson, N. & Walter, M.
- 84-102 Crossing the Great Divide: a Case Study of a Regional Nursing Labour Market in the Central West of New South Wales
by Hicks, J. & Basu, P.K. & Latham, H. & Tyson, G. & Daniel, M. & Sappey, R.B.
- 103-120 Learning with Hard Labour: University Students as Workers
by Robbins, W.
- 121-128 Review Article: Death of Labour Law? Comparative Perspectives
by Vranken, M.
2009, Volume 35, Issue 4
- 608-610 Women's Work - Current Issues and Future Agendas
by Baird, M
- 611-628 Women at Work in Australia: Bargaining a Better Position?
by van Wanrooy, B.
- 629-651 Women, Work and Welfare in the Activation State: an Agenda for Australian Research
by Cortis, N. & Meagher, G.
- 652-670 Gender Pay Equity Reform in Australia: What is the Way Forward?
by Smith, M
- 671-691 Paid Maternity and Paternity Leave and the Emergence of 'Equality Bargaining' in Australia: an Analysis of Enterprise Agreements, 2003-2007
by Baird, M & Frino, B & Williamson, S
- 692-707 Hope Versus Experience: Career Ambition and the Labour Market Expectations of University Educated Women
by Murray, J.
2009, Volume 35, Issue 3
- 488-527 Current VET strategies and responsiveness to emerging skills shortages and surpluses
by Keating, Jack
- 528-560 Matching supply of and demand for skills: international perspectives
by Keating, Jack
- 561-606 The impact of TAFE inclusiveness strategies
by Volkoff, Veronica & Clarke, Kira & Walstab, Anne
2009, Volume 35, Issue 2
- 355-392 Changing forms of employment and their implications for the development of skills
by Richardson, Susan (Sue) & Law, Vincent
- 393-437 Changing work organisation and skill requirements
by Martin, William Craig & Healy, Joshua Gregory
- 438-451 Social area differences in VET participation
by Teese, Richard & Walstab, Anne
- 452-487 Participation in VET across Australia: a regional analysis
by Walstab, Anne & Lamb, Stephen
2009, Volume 35, Issue 1
- 247-286 Demographic impacts on the future supply of vocational skills
by Tan, Yan & Richardson, Susan (Sue)
- 287-325 Skill acquisition and use across the life course: current trends, future prospects
by Martin, William Craig
- 326-354 What is a skill shortage?
by Richardson, Susan (Sue)
2008, Volume 34, Issue 2
- 125-153 A well-skilled future
by Richardson, Susan (Sue) & Teese, Richard
- 154-191 Forecasting Future Demands: What we Can and Cannot Know
by Richardson, Susan (Sue) & Tan, Yan
- 192-247 Future skill needs: projections and employers' views
by Lowry, Diannah & Molloy, Simon & McGlennon, Samuel
2008, Volume 34, Issue 1
- 1-27 The Extent and Nature of Exits From the Disability Support Pension
by Cai, L. & Vu, H. & Wilkins, R.
- 28-46 Information Privacy and Employee Records in Australia: Which Way Forward?
by Pyman, A. & O'Rourke, A. & Teicher, J.
- 47-63 Fighting Back: Workplace Sexual Harassment and the Case of North Country
by McDonald, P. & Backstrom, S.
- 64-78 Jarhead and Deskilling in the Military: Potential Implications for the Australian Labour Market
by Townsend, K. & Charles, M.B.
- 79-99 Labour Force Projections: A Case Study of the Greater Metropolitan Area of New South Wales
by Tan, Yan & Lester, Laurence Howard & Richardson, Susan (Sue)
- 100-124 Skill: An Elusive and Ambiguous Concept in Labour Market Studies
by Esposto, A.
2007, Volume 33, Issue 2
- 129-133 Taking care: work and family policy issues for Australia
by Baird, M & Whitehouse, G
- 134-157 Maternity Leave and Return to Work in Australia - Accessibility and Use in a State Utility
by Diamond, C & Baird, M & Whitehouse, G
- 158-179 Paid Maternity Leave in 'Best Practice' Organisations: Introduction, Implementation and Organisational Context
by Charlesworth, S
- 180-201 Marginalising Women in the Labour Market: 'Wage Scarring' Effects of Part-time Work
by Chalmers, J. & Hill, T.
- 202-225 What Does Family-Friendly Really Mean? Wellbeing, Time, and the Quality of Parents' Job
by Strazdins, L. & Shipley, M. & Broom, D.H.
- 226-245 Budgeting for Work-Life Balance: The Ideology and Politics of Work and Family Policy in Australia
by Hill, E
- 246-263 The Right to Request Flexible Working: A 'Very British' Approach to Gender (In)Equality?
by Himmelweit, S.
2007, Volume 33, Issue 1
- 1-31 Worker Representation in Australia: Moving Towards Overseas Models?
by Forsyth, A.
- 32-59 Industrial Relations Change in the Illawarra Region of NSW: an Insight Into Responses to the Workplace Relations Act
by Hodgkinson, A. & Markey, R.
- 60-88 Compounding Vulnerability? Young Workers' Employment Concerns and the Anticipated Impact of the WorkChoices Act
by McDonald, P. & Bailey, J. & Oliver, Damian & Pini, B.
- 89-105 Ignoring the Evidence: Comments on the Debate on Antipodean Neoliberal Workplace Reform and Labour Productivity
by Perry, L J
- 106-128 The Aged Care Workforce: Methods to Increase Supply to Remedy Possible Shortages
by Flavel, J.
2006, Volume 32, Issue 4
- 315-344 Will Older Workers Change Their Retirement Plans in Line with Government Thinking? A Review of Recent Literature on Retirement Intentions
by Jackson, N. & Walter, M. & Felmingham, B. & Spinaze, A.
- 345-364 The Changing Contours of Labour Disputes and Conflict Resolution in Australia: Towards a Post-Arbitral Measurement Framework
by Briggs, C.
- 365-380 Protecting Employee Entitlements: Corporate Governance and Industrial Democracy in Australia
by Burgess, J. & Lewer, J. & Waring, P.
- 381-400 Voting with Their Feet: Family Friendliness and Parent Employment in Australian Industries, 1981-2001
by Strazdins, L. & Broom, D.H. & Mayerkort, S. & Warren, B.
- 401-420 Labour Market Reforms and Lockouts in New Zealand
by Perry, L J
- 421-449 Insider Power, Outsider Ineffectiveness and Wage Setting Institutions: Evidence from Australia
by Dobbie, M.
2006, Volume 32, Issue 3
- 203-226 Labour Market Transitions and Risks of Exclusion
by Ziguras, S.
- 227-239 Contemporary Disability Employment Policy in Australia: how can it Best Support Transitions from Welfare to Work?
by Macali, L.
- 240-256 Care Giving and Employment: Policy Recognition of Care and Pathways to Labour Force Return
by Cass, B.
- 257-279 Mature Workers, Training and Using TLM Frameworks
by Hancock, L.
- 280-294 Alternative Sources of Welfare
by Perry, L J
- 295-313 Creating Decent Jobs: the Role of Regulation in Facilitating Transitions Between Employment and Unemployment in the Labour Market
by Howe, J.
2006, Volume 32, Issue 2
- 103-113 Transitional Labour Markets: A Social Investment and Risk Mitigation Strategy for Social Policy
by Hancock, L. & Howe, B. & Considine, M.
- 114-138 Transitional Labour Markets: Experiences From Europe and Germany
by Schmidt, G.
- 139-162 Labour Market Flexibility and Social Protection in European Welfare States - Contrasts and Similarities
by Madsen, P.K.
- 163-182 Increasing Employment Participation in Australia and How to Finance it
by Keating, M.
- 183-201 Beyond Voodoo Economics and Backlash Social Policy: Where Next for Working Life Research and Policy
by Buchanan, J. & Watson, I. & Briggs, C. & Campbell, I.
2006, Volume 32, Issue 1
- 1-17 Australian Labour Market Reform - What Needs to be Done?
by Blandy, R.
- 18-26 Stories About Productivity
by Quiggin, John
- 27-44 Arbitration Extinguished: the Impact of the Work Choice Legislation on the Australian Industrial Relations Commission
by Forsyth, A.
- 45-61 The Rise of Managerial Prerogative Under the Howard Government
by Bray, M. & Waring, P.
- 62-73 Workers' Compensation Western Australia; a Case Study 1993 - 2004
by Guthrie, R. & Purse, Kevin & Lurie, P.
- 74-102 Lockouts and Strikes: Some Comments on the Experience of India and Australia
by Perry, L J