Published Research - Aspects of Literacy
 

MICRODATA RESEARCH BIBLIOGRAPHY

This page lists publications that have used the Aspects of Literacy microdata. ABS encourages researchers to provide citations for their published research using microdata so that others can share the benefits of that research. This information also helps ABS understand the range of research activities undertaken.

To submit information about your research that has used microdata please email microdata.access@abs.gov.au.

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2016
Bateman, H., Chomik, R, and Piggott, J. 2016, 'Retirement Income'. Chapter in Ageing in Australia, pp. 149-172.

Tucker, G., Adams, R. and Wilson, D. 2016, 'The case for using country-specific scoring coefficients for scoring the SF-12, with scoring implications for the SF-36'. Quality of Life Research, vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 267-274.


2014
Shomos, A. and Forbes, M. 2014, 'Literacy and Numeracy Skills and Labour Market Outcomes in Australia', Productivity Commission Staff Working Paper.


2013
Chesters, J. Ryan, C. and Sinning, M. 2013, 'The returns to literacy skills in Australia'. National Centre for Vocational Education Research. Research report. ISBN 978 1 922056 54 2.

Chesters, J. Ryan, C. and Sinning, M. 2013, 'Older Australians and the take-up of new technologies'. National Centre for Vocational Education Research. Research report. ISBN 978 1 922056 44 3.


2011
Barrett, G.F. 2011, 'The Return to Cognitive Skills in the Australian Labour Market', Economic Record, vol. 88, no. 280, pp. 1-17.


2010
Shomos, A. 2010, 'Links Between Literacy and Numeracy Skills and Labour Market Outcomes', Productivity Commission Staff Working Paper, Melbourne, August.


2003

Miller, P.W., Chiswick, B.R. and Lee Y.L. 2003, 'Schooling, literacy, numeracy and labour market success', Economic Record, vol. 79, no. 245, pp. 165-81.


2002
Ong, K. 2002, 'The effect of literacy on earnings in Australia', University of New South Wales School of Economics Honours Thesis.