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An Analysis of Teenage Employment by Firms: 1999/00-2006/7
(Vicotria University of Wellington, 2009)
This paper uses data from Statistics New Zealand 's Linked Employer-Employee Database (LEED) to analyse the teenage employment responses of high teen employment firms in the four main teen employment industries to increasing ...
The Impact of Crime Victimisation on Individual Well-Being: Evidence from Australia
(Victoria University, 2008)
This paper examines the impact of being a victim of violent or property crime on labour market outcomes and general well-being using longitudinal data from the nationally representative Household Income and Labour Dynamics ...
Longitudinal evidence of the impact of Incarceration on labour market outcomes and general wellbeing
(University of Melbourne, 2007)
This paper examines the impact of being incarcerated on labour market outcomes and general wellbeing using longitudinal data from the nationally representative Household Income and Labour Dynamics of Australia survey. We ...
Natural Experiment Evidence on Whether Selection Bias Overstates the Gains from Migration
(International Association of Agricultural Economists, 2006)
Migration of workers from developing to developed countries and the resulting remittance flows are important development policies. World Bank calculations show that restrictions on international migration have larger welfare ...
Beliefs, Preferences and Migration: Evidence from Combining Lab-in-Field and Natural Experiments
(European Society for Population Economics, 2015)
We had immigrants play laboratory-in-field games that provide evidence on risk preferences and on the efficiency of decision-making by extended families. The immigrants had been successful ballot entrants in a migration ...