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Next time you walk into a public toilet ask yourself how much you would want to be paid per hour to clean the place. Maybe $30? $50? Not enough money in the world could make you wipe a stranger’s bowl?
The 2010 Cleaning Services...
Labour force participation by women in Japan displays characteristics unobserved in most other advanced countries. One such characteristic is that labour market participation highly depends on family factors, particularly spousal income and the existence of children. Further, labour force participation rates do not necessarily climb...
This paper summarises new evidence from two Treasury working papers on the responsiveness of female labour supply to child care costs, availability, and quality.
In one study, we drew on lessons from the literature and new detailed data to provide new estimates of the...
The Centre for Public Policy, in association with the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Deakin University, Committee for Economic Development Australia and the National Institute of Economic and Industry Research, has embarked on a research project titled From Risk to Opportunity: Labour Markets in Transition. The...
Australian South Sea Islanders are the descendants of the Kanakas – Pacific islanders “black birded” from Solomon Islands, New Caledonia, Fiji and other locations for the 19th century colonial labour trade. Today, Australian South Sea Islanders (ASSI) are working to add value to their status...