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Non-standard Employment and Wages in Australia

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  • Inga Laß
  • Mark Wooden

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  • Inga Laß & Mark Wooden, 2019. "Non-standard Employment and Wages in Australia," RBA Annual Conference Papers acp2019-04, Reserve Bank of Australia, revised Jul 2019.
  • Handle: RePEc:rba:rbaacp:acp2019-04
    Note: Paper presented at the RBA's annual conference 'Low Wage Growth', Sydney, 4–5 April 2019.
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