• Economics
  • Published 2014

Underemployment and housing insecurity: an empirical analysis of HILDA data

@inproceedings{Campbell2014UnderemploymentAH,
  title={Underemployment and housing insecurity: an empirical analysis of HILDA data},
  author={Iain B. Campbell and Sharon Parkinson and Gavin Wood},
  year={2014}
}
Time-related underemployment, hereafter just called underemployment, can be broadly understood as employment that is insufficient in terms of the number of hours of paid work (Campbell et al. 2013, pp.9-11, 16-18, 67-70; see ILO 2013, p.9). The concept of underemployment is closely linked to that of unemployment since both involve insufficient hours of paid work and both are identified in official statistics as aspects of labour force underutilisation. Underemployment is a widespread and… CONTINUE READING

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