HILDA Survey Research Conference 2005 - Papers
HILDA CONFERENCE 2005 PROCEEDINGS
Thursday 29 and Friday 20 September 2005
ISSN 2202-9923 (Online)
Published September 2005
- Baxter, J.
Pathways into Marriage: Life Course Patterns and the Domestic Division of Labour
- Baxter, J.
The Employment Dynamics of Women with Not-employed Partners
- Black, D.
Workforce Transitions Following Unemployment: Analysis Using HILDA Waves 1-3
- Bradbury, B.
Income and Separation
- Breunig, R.
Financial Difficulty and Australian Families: What Do We Learn From HILDA?
- Buddelmeyer, H.
The Effect of Smoking Ban Regulations on Individual Smoking Rates
- Cai, L.
Health and Labour Force Status of Older Working-age Australian Men
- Carroll, N.
Explaining Unemployment Duration in Australia
- Chalmers, J.
Part-time Work and Women's Careers: Advancing or Retreating?
- Dockery, M.
Mental Health and Labour Force Status in Australia
- Edwards, R.
Maternity Leave and the Evidence for Compensating Wage Differentials in Australia
- Evans, M.
Marital Biographies and Subjective Well Being: The Effect of De Facto Status Differs for the Never Married and the Divorced
- Gibbings, J.
Family Life Events and Mothers' Employment Transitions
- Haisken-DeNew, J.
Down (Under) in the Dumps: Incidence and Impact of Clinical Depression in Australia
- Haynes, M.
Methods for Categorical Longitudinal Survey Data: Understanding Employment Status of Australian Women
- Headey, B.
A Framework for Assessing Poverty, Disadvantage and Low Capabilities in Australia
- Kee, H.
Glass Ceilings or Sticky Floors? Exploring the Australian Gender Pay Gap Using Quantile Regression and Counterfactual Decomposition Methods
- Leigh, A.
Permanent Income Inequality: Australia, Britain, Germany and the United States Compared
- Lynn, P.
Assessing and Communicating the Quality of Longitudinal Surveys
- Marks, G.
Accounting for Wealth Differences in Australia
- McLean, P.
Three Dimensions of Retirement - Aspirations, Expectations and Outcomes
- McNamara, J.
Persistence of Problems with Childcare: Evidence from the HILDA Survey
- Mood Roman, C.
Take-up Down Under: Hits and Misses of Means-tested Benefits in Australia
- Smith, K.
Housing and the Household Wealth Portfolio: The Role of Location
- Starick, R.
Income Imputation in the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey
- Tesfaghiorghis, H.
Men and Women's Fertility Differences in Achieved Fertility, Expectations and Intentions: A HILDA Survey Based Analysis
- Ulker, A.
Marital Distruptions, Home-ownership and Housing Satisfaction in Australia: Evidence from the HILDA
- van Ours, J.
Does Part-time Work Make the Family Happier?
- Venn, D.
Transitions Between Full-Time and Part-Time Employment Across the Life-cycle
- Watson, I.
The Earnings of Casual Employees: The Problem of Unobservables
- Weston, R.
Pathways from Cohabitation
- Wooden, M.
The Existence and Persistence of Long Work Hours
- Wooden, M.
The HILDA Survey: Progress and Future Developments
- Yu, P.
Higher Education, the Bane of Fertility: An Investigation with the HILDA Survey