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Published Research - Income Distribution Survey
 

CURF MICRODATA RESEARCH BIBLIOGRAPHY

This page lists publications that have used the Income Distribution Survey CURF. The information has been provided by users of this CURF. ABS encourages researchers to provide citations for their published research using CURFs so that others can share the benefits of that research. This information also helps ABS understand the range of research activities undertaken using CURFs.

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


2007
Wilkins, R 2007, 'The changing socio-demographic composition of poverty in Australia: 1982 to 2004', Australian Journal of Social Issues, vol. 42, no. 4, pp. 481-501.


2004
Johnson, D. and Wilkins, R 2004, 'Effects of Changes in Family Composition and Employment Patterns on the Distribution of Income in Australia: 1981-1982 to 1997-1998', Economic Record, vol. 80, no. 249, pp. 219-38.


2002
Addison, T and Worswick, C 2002, 'The Impact of Immigration on the Earnings of Natives: Evidence from Australian Micro Data', The Economic Record, vol. 78, no. 240, pp. 68-78.

Doiron, D 2002, 'Labour supply responses to large policy shifts among lone parents in Australia', School of Economics, University of New South Wales and SPEAR Centre, Economics Program, RSSS, Australian National University.

Gregg, Dawkins and Scutella, R 2002, 'Employment polarisations in Australia', Melbourne Institute Working Paper, University of Melbourne.

Gregg, Dawkins & Scutella, R 2002, 'The growth of jobless households in Australia', Australian Economic Review, vol. 35, no. 2, pp 133-84.

Kalb, G. and Scutella, R 2002, 'Estimation of wage equations in Australia: allowing for censored observations of labour supply', Melbourne Institute Working Paper, University of Melbourne.


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