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Is Australia still the Lucky Country? A View of the Australian Economy: From the Inside
Peter Abelson
Applied Economics
Presentation to the International Consulting Economists Association, London, June, 2014

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Selected References

The Social Sciences Shape the Nation
Glenn Withers (Working Group Chair), with P.Hanasz, L.West, J.Beaton, M Radcliffe, and S. Kumar,
Canberra: Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, 2017

http://www.assa.edu.au/publication/the-social-sciences-shape-the-nation/

Inclusive Growth: Hybrid policies into the future
Glenn Withers
in R. Breunig and M. Fabian (eds), Hybrid Public Policy Innovations: Contemporary Policy Beyond Ideology, London: Routledge (in press), 2016

https://www.ceda.com.au/CEDA/media/ResearchCatalogueDocuments/Research%20and%20Policy/PDF/32509-CEDAMigrationReportNovember2016Final.pdf

Ensuring Immigration Benefits All
Glenn Withers in Migration: the Economic Debate, Melbourne, CEDA, pp. 80-99, 2016
https://www.ceda.com.au/CEDA/media/ResearchCatalogueDocuments/Research%20and%20Policy/PDF/32509-CEDAMigrationReportNovember2016Final.pdf

Responding to Negative Public Attitudes towards Immigration through Analysis and Policy: regional and unemployment dimensions
Glenn Withers, K. Golebiowska and A. Elnasri,
Australian Geographer, 2016

The labour market
Glenn Withers and T. Hatton,
in S.Ville & G.Withers (ed.),
The Cambridge Economic History of Australia, Cambridge University Press, 351-372, 2015,

Australia’s Political Economic Future
Glenn Withers,
Australian Journal of Political Science, 50 (4), 735-744, 2015.

Australia's Comparative Advantage. Final Report
Glenn Withers (with Nitin Gupta, Natalie Larkins and Lyndal Curtis),
Melbourne: Australian Council of Learned Academies, 2015.

https://acola.org.au/wp/PDF/SAF01/SAF01%20full%20lo%20res.pdf

A View of the Australian Economy: Is Australia still the Lucky Country?
Peter Abelson,
Presentation to the International Consulting Economists Association, London, June, 2014.

Immigration in a Population Context
Glenn Withers,
Australian Economic Review, 47(2), 2014.

People Movements and the National Interest
Glenn Withers
in J.Farrar, M.Hiscock and V.Lo (eds), Withers, G., The Australian ‘National Interest’ in the Asian Century: Trade, Investment and Security, Singapore: World Scientific, 2014.

Which of the real money gap or nominal money gap helped predict inflation in Europe? A retrospective analysis
Joyeux, R., Dufrénot, G. and A. Péguin-Feissolle,
Banks and Bank Systems, 3, 91-102, 2014.

The Labour Market
Withers, G.,
(with T. Hatton) in S.Ville and G.Withers (eds) Cambridge Economic History of Australia, Cambridge: CUP, 2014.

Macro Fundamentals as a Source of Stock Market Volatility in China: A GARCH-MIDAS Approach
Joyeux, R. and E. Girardin,
Economic Modelling, 34, 59-68, 2013.

Defeating Distance
Glenn Withers and Nestor Stancanelli (ed),
Under the Southern Cross: Australia-Argentina-A Comparative Analysis, Buenos Aires, Eudeba, 2012,

The Future of Population Policy
Withers, G.,
in Jonathan Pincus and Graeme Hugo (eds),
A Greater Australia: Population, Policies and Governance, Melbourne: CEDA, 224-232. 2012,

The Tyranny of Distance Revisited
Withers, G.,
in N. Stancanelli (ed), Under the Southern Cross: Australia-Argentina-A Comparative Analysis, Buenos Aires, Eudeba, 2012

Forecasting Demand for Australian Passports
Roselyne Joyeux with G. Milunovich and J. Rigg,
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 17, 100-119, 2012.

Scenario Analysis for Strategic Thinking
Glenn Withers and G. Saliba
in G. Argyrous (ed), Evidence for Policy and Policy-Making, Sydney: UNSW Press, 2010.

Population and Australia’s Future Labour Force,
Glenn Withers and P. McDonald
Occasional Paper, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, 1. 2008

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