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The Inter-related Dynamics of Unemployment and Low-wage Employment
This paper examines the extent of state dependence in unemployment and the role played in this by intervening low-wage employment. A range of dynamic random and fixed effects estimators are compared.Expand
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Back Extensor Muscle Endurance Test Scores in Coal Miners in Australia
AbstractStudy Design: A cross-sectional analytic study was conducted. Objectives: To collect normative data on back extensor endurance holding times and evaluate the discriminative validity of theExpand
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Shifting paths of pharmaceutical innovation: Im- plications for the global pharmaceutical industry
The modern pharmaceutical industry has always been dominated by a few large pharmaceutical companies, or 'big pharma'. Until recent times, big pharma has enjoyed success through its integratedExpand
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Union Wage Differentials in an Era of Declining Unionization
This paper examines the change in union wage differentials in Britain between 1984 and 1990, a period of considerable legislative change and marked decline in unionization. Small falls in unionExpand
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Becoming a GP--a qualitative study of the career interests of medical students.
AIM Only a minority of Australian graduates are interested in careers in general practice. The factors influencing medical students toward general practice as a career choice are poorly understood,Expand
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Simple Methods for Testing for the Proportionality of Cause-Specific Hazards in Competing Risk Models
This paper describes simple methods for testing various hypotheses of proportionality between the cause-specific hazards in competing risks models. It provides methods for estimating competing risksExpand
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The Changing Picture of Earnings Inequality in Britain and the Role of Regional and Sectoral Differences
This paper examines differences in inequality between regions and between sectors of the economy. The growth in overall inequality since the mid-1990s is found to have been driven primarily by thatExpand
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Report on the Socio-economic Impact of Bushfires on Rural Communities and Local Government in Gippsland and North East Victoria, A
This study reports on research into the significant social and economic costs of the 2003 bushfires across the Gippsland and North East Regions for both the short and medium terms. It reveals thatExpand
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