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305080855 Addendum.  
305080854 Bernard Y. Imbun: Dynamics of Wage Fixation in a Developing Economy: the Case of Papua New Guinea.  
305080853 Alvin Finkel (ed.) (2012): Working People in Alberta: a History.  
305080852 Jane Pollard, Cheryl McEwan and Alex Hughes (eds) (2011): Postcolonial Economies.  
305080851 Double entry book keeping: a conversation.  
The following is an edited version of a conversation between Jane Gleeson-White and Geoff Harcourt about Jane's book, Double Entry. This conversation was part of UNSWriting and presented at lo...
305080850 The labour supply curve: a pluralist approach to investigate its measurements.  
The neoclassical theory of labour supply cannot unambiguously explain the decision of highly-skilled high-wage male workers to work longer and harder than their counterparts in the 1980s. We...
305080849 A primer on Australian player associations.  
The paper provides basic information on the operation of Australian player associations. In doing so it draws on the experience of player associations in English soccer and American baseball....
305080848 Governance in sport: outside the box?  
'Governance' in its simplest form is the way that an organisation is directed and controlled, but the concept of governance also incorporates systems of rules, relationships, and processes...
305080847 The debate on expansionary fiscal consolidation: how robust is the evidence?  
This paper critically examines the key empirical evidence used to support the fiscal consolidation argument, complemented by a brief assessment of the limitations of the analytical foundation of...
305080846 Climate change.  
The author surveys shifts in macro-economic policy and thought from Keynes and Kalecki to the present, tracking the changing climate of economic opinion. As Kalecki foresaw, the success of...
295420367 Sylvia Nasar (2011): Grand Pursuit: The Story of Economic Genius.  
295420366 Leah F. Vosko (2011): Managing the Margins: Gender, Citizenship and the International Regulation of Precarious Employment.  
295420365 China's Changing Workplace: Dynamism, Diversity and Disparity.  
295420364 Yanis Varoufakis (2011): The Global Minotaur: America, the True Origins of the Financial Crisis and the Future of the World Economy.  
295420363 Valeria Mosini (2012): Reassessing the Paradigm of Economics: Bringing Positive Economics Back into the Normative Framework.  
295420362 The systemic downside of flexible labour market regimes: Salter revisited.  
295420361 Executive remuneration developments in Australia: responses and reactions.  
Rewards for Australian executives continue to stir debate. A recent Australian government response to pay concerns was to call on the Productivity Commission (PC) to investigate the...
295420360 Sports franchises, events, and city livability: an examination of spectator sports and crime rates.  
We estimate the impact of sporting events and franchises on local crime rates using the technique developed in Arellano and Bond (2001). For events, we consider the presence of Major League...
295420359 Uncertainty of outcome and attendance in college football: evidence from four conferences.  
The relationship between the uncertainty of outcome hypothesis (UOH), where fans prefer games that are expected to be closely contested, and attendance is investigated in four non-AQ...
295420358 Medium-term mortality of Dutch professional soccer players.  
Professional athletes such as soccer players are expected to be in better health than the average member of their age cohort, if only because of the very demands imposed on them by their...
295420357 Player salaries and revenues in the Australian Football League 2001-2009: theory and evidence.  
In this article we consider the Australian Football League Players' Association (AFLPA) initial fixed percentage of revenue pay request for the 2012-2016 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA)...
295420356 Comparing attendances and memberships in the Australian football league: the case of Hawthorn.  
While the linkage between team performance and attendances is well established, there has been negligible previous research using club memberships as an alternative indicator of demand for sport....
295420355 Gambling with public money: an economic analysis of national sports team funding.  
Many governments across the world provide extensive funding to national sports teams and individual athletes in pursuit of success at international competitions such as the Olympic Games. One...
295420354 Introduction to the symposium on sport economics.  
282068432 Todd L. Cherry and Dan S. Rickman (eds) (2010): Environmental Amenities and Regional Economic Development.  
282068431 Claudio Sardoni (2011): Unemployment, Recession and Effective Demand.  
282068430 Brendan Sheehan (2010): The Economics of Abundance: Affluent Consumption and the Global Economy.  
282068429 From the tyranny of distance to the power of proximity: can Australian workers trade up in the lucky country? The 2011 Stan Kelly Lecture, 10 November 2011.  
282068428 Who Cleans Up? The declining earnings position of cleaners in Australia.  
Neoliberal policies of industrial relations decentralisation and privatisation have transformed the economic landscape of Australia in the last 20 years. The primary objective of these policies has...
282068427 Organisational support and employee commitment in Sri Lanka.  
This study explores employees' perceptions of organisational support, commitment, job satisfaction and turnover intentions in Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT). Organisational support involves the provision...
282068426 Climate change and global development: towards a post-Kyoto paradigm?  
Climate change both reflects and transforms global development. Asymmetries of responsibility, impact and capacity reflect historical and current development hierarchies. At the same time, the...
282068425 Valuing pollution: problems of price in the commodification of nature.  
In recent years, 'environmental economics' has provided the dominant logic underpinning policies for 'sustainable development' in the form of government managed price-based and rights-based...
282068424 Australia's carbon tax: a sheep in wolf's clothing?  
The Australian Government has produced a C[O.sub.2]-equivalent tax proposal with a difference: it is a short prelude to an emission trading scheme that will allow the increasing rate of emissions...
282068423 A post Keynesian perspective on industry assistance and the effectiveness of Australia's carbon pricing scheme.  
Australia's carbon pricing scheme protects the profits of polluters and, as a consequence, has a negligible impact on the carbon emissions emanating from Australian industries. I concentrate on...
282068422 Complementary climate change policies: a framework for evaluation.  
There has been much debate about the role of carbon prices in reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Australia. However there has been far less attention paid to the evaluation of complementary and...
282068421 Rationales for additional climate policy instruments under a carbon price.  
The plan to introduce a carbon pricing scheme in Australia has focused attention on the future relevance and necessity of using other policy instruments to reduce carbon emissions. Significant...
282068420 Carbon markets: inherent limitations and complementary policies.  
263441100 Paul Davidson, John Maynard Keynes.  
263441099 Collective bargaining as a minimum employment standard.  
Throughout the English-speaking world, collective bargaining has commonly been considered to be an option for workers discontent with the default system of management-determined conditions of work....
263441098 Assessing the impact of employment regulation on the low-paid in Victoria.  
Since 1993 and the removal of the separate award system for the Australian State of Victoria, many Victorian workers have been on five minimum conditions and on pay levels well below that of...
263441097 Is it possible to decouple foreign workers' wages from the minimum wage in Taiwan?  
The impact of minimum wage legislation has been widely discussed and is a major concern among labour economists. This article investigates, from economic, legal, international political, trade,...
263441096 'Modernising' employment standards? Administrative efficiency and the production of the illegitimate claimant in Ontario, Canada.  
In October 2010, the provincial government of Ontario, Canada enacted the Open for Business Act (OBA). A central component of the OBA is its provisions aiming to streamline the enforcement of...
263441095 Minimum labour standards enforcement in Australia: caught in the crossfire?  
The complex transition from convict to free labour influenced state intervention in the employment relationship, and initiated the first minimum labour standards in Australia in 1828. Since then,...
263441094 Enforcing labour standards in fissured workplaces: the US experience.  
The employment relationship in a growing number of industries with large concentrations of low wage workers has become 'fissured', where the lead firms that collectively determine the product...
263441093 The enforcement of minimum labour standards in an era of neo-liberal globalisation: an overview.  
This article has three objectives. First, we examine what is meant by minimum labour standards, including the array of different standards and their procedural and substantive elements, in...
263441092 Minimum labour standards and their enforcement.  
258438129 David Harvey, The Enigma of Capital and the Crises of Capitalism.  
258438128 G. C. Harcourt and Prue Kerr, Joan Robinson.  
258438127 Mark D. White and Irene van Staveren (eds): Ethics and Economics: New Perspectives.  
258438126 Responses by teachers and their unions to changing work.