Volume 23, 2020

Volume 23, Number 1

Andrew Wright & Brian DolleryThe impact of varying penalty values on compliance with unemployment payment requirements: An analysis using 2015/16 Australian National DataDownload
Phil Lewis and Jee Young LeeThe labour market outcomes of Australian Creative Arts degree holdersDownload
Leonora RisseLeaning in: Is higher confidence the key to women's career advancement?Download
Robert Breunig, Diana Hourani, Sasan Bakhtiari and Elisabetta MagnaniDo financial constraints affect the composition of workers of a firm?Download

Volume 23, Number 2

Welcome to the second issue of the Australian Journal of Labour Economics (AJLE) for 2020. This year Australia, like every country in the world, has experienced one of the biggest shocks to its economy due to the COVID-19 pandemic with enormous impacts on the labour market. Given its importance we have made this issue a Special Issue devoted to the effects of COVID-19 on the Australian labour market.

Phil LewisFrom the Managing EditorDownload
Rebecca Cassells and Alan DuncanJobKeeper: The efficacy of Australia’s first short-time wage subsidyDownload
Gigi FosterEarly estimates of the impact of COVID-19 disruptions on jobs, wages, and lifetime earnings of schoolchildren in AustraliaDownload
Kailing Shen and Bledi TaskaMeasuring the impacts of COVID-19 on job postings in Australia using a reweighting-estimation-transformation approachDownload
Jeff BorlandScarring effects: A review of Australian and international literatureDownload
Yonatan Dinku, Boyd Hunter and Francis MarkhamHow might COVID-19 affect the Indigenous labour market?Download
Tristram Sainsbury and Robert BreunigThe urgent need for tax reform in Australia in the COVID-19 worldDownload
Anne Daly and Phil LewisThe Proposed Job-ready Graduate Package: a misguided arrow missing its targetDownload