Held 14-15 July 2011 the 2011 HILDA Survey Research Conference provided a forum for the discussion of research based on the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia Survey.
Archive for June, 2011
Hosted by The Australian and the Melbourne Institute the seventh Economic and Social Outlook Conference explored the theme of Growth Challenge.
The emergence of behavioural finance is trying to explain various apparently irrational investment decisions according to Professor Paul Kofman.
The Australian, p.32
Tuesday 28 June 2011
Professor Judith Sloan has written an opinion piece examining the recent Fair Work Australia minimum wage decision.
Bachelor of Commerce graduate Joshua Tan was awarded the inaugural Bachelor of Commerce Medal at a special ceremony held recently by the Faculty of Business and Economics.
Associate Professor Roger Wilkins discusses some of the results from the sixth wave of data released from the Household Income and Labor Dynamics Australia (HILDA) survey.
Rebound in June, but modest growth ahead according to Melbourne Institute Monthly Bulletin of Economic Trends
Latest news from the Melbourne Institute Monthly Bulletin of Economic Trends.
Most families with at least one child say they are ‘comfortable’ with their finances at just under $80,000, according to latest figures from the Melbourne Institute.
Sole parents and married mums are working more, leading to more time in childcare for their kids and decreases in the parents overall life and job satisfaction, according to news stats from the Melbourne Institute.
The Age, page 1
Friday 24 June 2011
Diana Warren’s research reveals that more than half of mothers are returning to work before their youngest child turns two.