Gregory, Robert

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Number of items: 9.
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2001

Weller, Sally Anne and Webber, M J (2001) Precarious employment and occupational change. In: Work rich, work poor : inequality and economic change in Australia. Borland, Jeff, Gregory, Robert and Sheehan, Peter, eds. Centre for Strategic Economic Studies, Victoria University, Melbourne, Vic..

2005

Xin, Meng and Gregory, Robert (2005) Intermarriage and the Economic Assimilation of Immigrants. Journal of Labor Economics, 23 (1). pp. 135-175. ISSN 0734-306X

Xin, Meng, Gregory, Robert and Youjuan, Wang (2005) Poverty, inequality, and growth in urban China, 1986–2000. Journal of Comparative Economics, 33 (4). pp. 710-729. ISSN 0147-5967

2006

Gregory, Robert (2006) Back to the Future, Yet Again? Revisiting Interactions Between Male Full-time Job Loss and the Australian Welfare System. In: Engaging the New World : Responses to the Knowledge Economy. Grewal, Bhajan and Kumnick, Margarita, eds. Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 339-356.

June 2006

Frijters, Paul and Gregory, Robert (2006) From Golden Age to Golden Age: Australia's 'Great Leap Forward'?*. The Economic Record, 82 (257). pp. 207-224. ISSN 0013-0249

2007

Meng, Xin, Gregory, Robert and Wan, Guanhua (2007) Urban Poverty in China and its Contributing Factors 1986-2000. Review of Income and Wealth, 53 (1). pp. 167-189. ISSN 0034-6586

April 2012

Gregory, Robert (2012) Living Standards, Terms of Trade and Foreign Ownership: Reflections on the Australian Mining Boom. The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 56 (2). pp. 171-200. ISSN 1467-8489

2013

Sheehan, Peter ORCID: 0000-0001-9450-8371 and Gregory, Robert (2013) The Resources Boom and Economic Policy in the Long Run. Australian Economic Review, 46 (2). 121 - 139. ISSN 0004-9018

1 January 2015

Gregory, Robert (2015) The two-step australian immigration policy and its impact on immigrant employment outcomes. Handbook of the Economics of International Migration, 1. pp. 1421-1443. ISSN 2212-0092