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30-09-2011 2011-02: Measuring Wellbeing in Theory and Practice

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20-07-2011 2011-01: Chinese Macroeconomic Management Through the Crisis and Beyond

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17-09-2010 2010-04: Reconsidering The Link Between Fiscal Policy And Interest Rates In Australia

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17-09-2010 2010-05: Monetary and exchange rate policy issues in Pacific island countries

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10-04-2010 2010-02: Child Care Availability, Quality and Affordability: Are Local Problems Related to Maternal Labour Supply?
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10-04-2010 2010-03: How Responsive is Female Labour Supply to Child Care Costs - New Australian Estimates
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08-03-2010 2010-01: The Added Worker Effect and the Discouraged Worker Effect for Married Women in Australia
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02-04-2009 2009-03: The Accuracy of Predicted Wages of the Non-Employed and Implications for Policy Simulations from Structural Labour Supply Models
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06-03-2009 2009-02: Corporate Governance and Financial Performance in an Australian Context
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02-02-2009 2009-01: Estimating Trends in Australia’s Productivity
Productivity trends greatly influence the future size of an economy, its ability to meet the challenges of an ageing population, and the setting of both fiscal and monetary policies. This paper estimates trend growth in productivity (GDP per hour worked) in Australia since the late 1970s. …

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