MICRODATA RESEARCH BIBLIOGRAPHY
This page lists publications that have used the Multipurpose Household microdata. ABS encourages researchers to provide citations for their published research using microdata so that others can share the benefits of that research. This information also helps ABS understand the range of research activities undertaken.
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Krakouer, J., Mitchell, P., Trevitt, J. and Kochanoff, A. 2017, 'Early years transitions: Supporting children and families at risk of experiencing vulnerability. Rapid literature review'. Australian Council for Educational Research.
Mahony, A.J. et al. 2017, 'Fatal, unintentional drowning in older people: an assessment of the role of pre-existing medical conditions'. Healthy Aging Research, vol. 6, No. 1.
Vidal, S. et al. 2017, 'Family migration in a cross-national perspective: The importance of within-couple employment arrangements in Australia, Britain, Germany, and Sweden'. Demographic Research, vol. 36, No. 10, pp. 307-338.
Reid, A., Lenguerrand, E., Santos, I., Read, U., LaMontagne, A.D., Fritschi, L. and Harding, S. 2014, 'Taking risks and survival jobs: Foreign-born workers and work-related injuries in Australia', Safety Science, vol. 70, pp. 378-386.
Chapman, J. 2011, 'Who does what? The pro-environment behaviours of Australian workers', Adelaide: Centre for Work + Life.
Gall, M. 2010, 'Asthma among older people in Australia', Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. AIHW Cat. no ACM 19.
Byrne, G.J. and Staehr, L. 2008, 'Internet use and the workplace: The Australian experience', IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, vol. 27, no. 4, pp. 14-9.
Byrne, G.J. and Staehr, L.J. 2006, 'Current Internet Use in Australia: A Closer Look at the Digital Divide'. Paper presented at the 17th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Dec 2006, Adelaide.
Final Report of the Consultative Forum on Mature Age Participation 2011, 'Ageing and the Barriers to Mature Age Labour Force Participation in Australia'.