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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...
This paper presents the results of examining the influence of some key determinants of employment and hours worked for both single and coupled males and females in Australia.
The Australian economy has experienced long-run structural changes in both the supply and demand for labour...
The National Institute of Labour Studies, Flinders University, were commissioned by the Australian Fair Pay Commission Secretariat to investigate the size, trends in, and determinants of, the difference between male and female pay in Australia
focusing on occupations and industries with a high density...
Mature aged women have greatly increased their participation in paid employment over the past three decades. This report looks at the causes and impact of this continuing trend.
The contribution to total hours worked by people of working age of women aged 45 to...