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Fiona McKenzie

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Working paper

17 Nov 2017

This working paper explores the changing nature of work and what this means for government, employers, and workers. In particular, it focuses on the implications of digitalisation for skilled migration in high-income countries such as Australia.

Report

5 Jun 2017

While there has been much innovation over the past decade (and longer) to improve affordable housing, efforts have been isolated and not joined up across the system. A tipping point has been reached. There is a need and opportunity for a diverse group of committed...

Conference paper

16 Feb 2017

In the field of labor economics, human capital refers to the stock of knowledge or characteristics of a worker that contributes to their productivity. Investment in education and training of individuals can enhance their level of human capital and this will be valued in the...

Research report

8 Jul 2016

The exodus of young adults to capital cities is concerning as their loss has critical implications for regional areas.There has been a lot of focus on population loss in regional areas but less research attention has been paid to the people who stay in, or...

Conference paper

30 Nov 2007

This paper will explore the impacts of multiple home ownership and use of multiple residences on cities and regions in affluent societies. Trends of increasing affluence and mobility expose the shortcomings of conventional planning methods based on measures such as ‘usual’ residence. The paper considers...

Journal article

15 Aug 2002

This article examines a number of regional issues using information from a range of fields of research and using broad timeframes.

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