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Is Australia still the Lucky Country? A View of the Australian Economy: From the Inside
Presentation to the International Consulting Economists Association, London, June, 2014
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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
Inclusive Growth: Hybrid policies into the future
in R. Breunig and M. Fabian (eds), Hybrid Public Policy Innovations: Contemporary Policy Beyond Ideology, London: Routledge (in press), 2016
Ensuring Immigration Benefits All
Glenn Withers in Migration: the Economic Debate, Melbourne, CEDA, pp. 80-99, 2016
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
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.
A View of the Australian Economy: Is Australia still the Lucky Country?
Presentation to the International Consulting Economists Association, London, June, 2014.
Immigration in a Population Context
Australian Economic Review, 47(2), 2014.
People Movements and the National Interest
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
(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.
Glenn Withers and Nestor Stancanelli (ed),
Under the Southern Cross: Australia-Argentina-A Comparative Analysis, Buenos Aires, Eudeba, 2012,
The Future of Population Policy
in Jonathan Pincus and Graeme Hugo (eds),
A Greater Australia: Population, Policies and Governance, Melbourne: CEDA, 224-232. 2012,
The Tyranny of Distance Revisited
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