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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES


JOUR
A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF RESPONSES TO INDIGENOUS HIGHER EDUCATION POLICY IN NT : PROGRESS OR PROCRASTINATION?. Street, Catherine (et.al.).
Australian Universities Review 60 (2) 2018 pp. 38-48 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University administration; Aboriginal education; Policy development; History; Aboriginal students; Student enrolment; Access; Participation; Student support; Student completion; Aboriginal teachers; Vocational education; Training; Corporatisation; Northern Territory; Government role; Indigenous population. Charles Darwin University; Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education. [ID NO.:190063]


JOUR
INDIGENOUS DATA SOVEREIGNTY IN HIGHER EDUCATION : TOWARDS A DECOLONISED DATA QUALITY FRAMEWORK. Wilks, Judith; Kennedy, Gillian; Drew, Neil; Wilson, Katie.
Australian Universities Review 60 (2) 2018 pp. 4-14 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Aboriginal students; Access; Participation; Student engagement; Retention; University administration; Cultural awareness; Educational research; Data collection; Quality; Research methodology; Researchers; Indigenous population; International comparisons. Decolonisation; Aboriginal educators; Data sovereignty; Indigenous data; Self-determination; First Nations; Western knowledge; Non-Indigenous researchers. [ID NO.:190061]


JOUR
INDIGENOUS EXCELLENCE. Holt, Leanne.
Campus Review 28 (7) July 2018 pp. 20-21
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Governance; Accountability; Leadership; Aboriginal perspective; Cultural awareness; Academics; Pedagogy; Equity; Aboriginal education; Access; Aboriginal students; Participation; Student engagement; Student support. Indigenous knowledge; Indigenous Education Centres (ICS); Indigenous leadership; Whole-of-university approach; Western knowledge. [ID NO.:190058]


E2475
YARNING THE WAY : THE ROLE OF INDIGENOUS EDUCATION PARAPROFESSIONALS IN GUIDING THE POST-SCHOOL TRANSITIONS OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER YOUTH. Gruppetta, Maree (et. al.). Newcastle, NSW : The University of Newcastle, June 2018. Electronic document ; ill.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Teacher aides; Survey; Perception; Aboriginal education; Aboriginal students; Youth; Transitions; Student learning; Student needs; Student support; Identity; Literacy; Cultural awareness; Teacher attitudes; Teacher quality; Principals; Post-secondary education; Pathways; Higher education; Vocational education; Training; Aboriginal teachers. Indigenous education paraprofessionals (IEP); Education assistants; Role models; Close the Gap. [ID NO.:190010]


ACADEMICS


JOUR
BEING THERE. den Hartog, Dirk.
Arena Magazine (155) 08-09 2018 pp. 38-41
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Change; University administration; Information technology; Academics; University environment; Pedagogy; University students; Online education; Student learning; Student experience; Student teacher relationship; Student outcome. Face-to-face. [ID NO.:190066]


E2481
THE ‘DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD’ OF A SESSIONAL ACADEMIC CAREER. Richardson, Julia; Wardale, Dorothy; Lord, Linley.
Higher Education Research & Development 2018 15 p. Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academic staff; Casual employment; Universities; Employment policy; Academics; Interviews; Research methodology; Perception; Job security; Professional development; Leadership; Casualisation. Sessional staff; Academic careers; Temporary employment. [ID NO.:190016]


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION


E2464
STARTING STRONG V : TRANSITIONS FROM EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE TO PRIMARY EDUCATION. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Early childhood education; Child development; Preschools; Transitions; Quality; Governance; Primary schools; Student learning; Student support; School readiness; Curriculum; Pedagogy; Teachers; Teacher training; Government role; Policy development; Inequity; International comparisons; OECD countries. Early childhood education and care (ECEC). [ID NO.:180444]


E2462
STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS AND PROCESS QUALITY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE : A LITERATURE REVIEW. Slot, Pauline. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
OECD Education Working Papers No. 176. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Early childhood education; Quality; Evaluation; International comparisons; Literature review; Public education; Private education; Staff; Qualifications; Skills; Salaries; Preschool teachers; Funding; Child development; Wellbeing; Student learning; Teacher characteristics; OECD countries. Staff child rations; Family daycare; Early childhood education and care (ECEC). [ID NO.:180442]


ECONOMICS


E2470
BEYOND GDP : MEASURING WHAT COUNTS FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL PERFORMANCE. Stiglitz, Joseph E.; Fitoussi, Jean-Paul; Durand, Martine. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 190006 - For Good Measure: Advancing Research on Well-being Metrics Beyond GDP - companion report).
KEYWORDS: OECD countries; Economic conditions; Measurement techniques; Statistical analysis; International comparisons; Economic performance; Government policy; Income; Inequality; Social capital; Wellbeing; Unemployment; Poverty; Educational attainment; Health; Human capital. Gross Domestic Product (GDP); Economic security; Wealth; Sustainable development goals (SDGs). [ID NO.:190005]


E2471
FOR GOOD MEASURE : ADVANCING RESEARCH ON WELL-BEING METRICS BEYOND GDP. Stiglitz, Joseph E.; Fitoussi, Jean-Paul; Durand, Martine (eds.). Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 190005 - Beyond GDP : measuring what counts for economic and social performance - companion report).
KEYWORDS: Economic conditions; Measurement techniques; International comparisons; Economic performance; Government policy; Income; Inequality; Social capital; Wellbeing; Unemployment; Poverty; Educational attainment; Health; Human capital; OECD countries. Gross Domestic Product (GDP); Sustainable development goals (SDGs); Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). [ID NO.:190006]


E2466
STATE ORANGE BOOK 2018 : POLICY PRIORITIES FOR STATES AND TERRITORIES. Daley, John (et.al.). [n.p.] : The Grattan Institute, October 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Report No. 2018-16. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019
Data chart:
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019

KEYWORDS: Economic policy; Economic conditions; Government role; Policy development; Economic growth; Finance; Political issues; Education systems; Teachers; Disadvantaged students; Student progress; Student outcome; International comparisons; Benchmarks; Higher education; Labour force; Employment; Industry; State government. National Assessment Program"Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). [ID NO.:190001]


EDUCATION - GENERAL


E2497
FUTURE-PROOF : AUSTRALIA'S FUTURE POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION AND SKILLS SYSTEM. Business Council of Australia (BCA). Melbourne, Vic. : Business Council of Australia (BCA), August 2018. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
(SEE Record 170348 - Future-proof : protecting Australian through education and skills (2017)).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Post-secondary education; Policy development; Education funding; Business; Perception; Student learning; Student attitudes; Career counselling; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Skill development; Higher education; Qualifications; Economic change; Technological change; Lifelong learning; Government attitudes; Accountability; Governance. Business Council of Australia (BCA). [ID NO.:190050]


E2461
OECD HANDBOOK FOR INTERNATIONALLY COMPARATIVE EDUCATION STATISTICS 2018 : CONCEPTS, STANDARDS, DEFINITIONS AND CLASSIFICATIONS. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 180416 - Education at a glance 2018 : OECD indicators).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; OECD countries; Measurement techniques; Research methodologies; Data collection; Government; Policy development; International comparisons; Pedagogy; Student learning; Student performance; Student mobility. International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED); Indicators of Education Systems (INES). [ID NO.:180441]


E2496
PREPARING FOR THE BEST AND WORST OF TIMES. Buchanan, John (et.al.). [Sydney, NSW] : Department of Education, January 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Education : Future frontiers analytical report. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Academic research; Literature review; Student learning; Primary school education; Secondary school education; Vocational education; Training; University education; Student outcome; Skill development; Technological change; Transitions; Employment; Labour market; New South Wales. Artificial Intelligence (AI); Employability; Information and communication technology (ICT); Workforce development; 21st century skills; Sidney Policy Lab - University of Sydney; Social media. [ID NO.:190049]


E2465
AN UNFAIR START : INEQUALITY IN CHILDREN’S EDUCATION IN RICH COUNTRIES. Drohan. Madelaine (ed.). Florence : UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti, October 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Innocenti Report Card 15. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 10 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; School enrolment; Access; Participation; Children; Inequality; Poverty; Wellbeing; Developed countries; International comparisons; Research methodology; Data collection; Evidence; Early childhood education; Disadvantaged children; Student learning; Educational attainment; Families; Income. Parent occupation; Gender gap; Performance gap; United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). [ID NO.:180446]


EDUCATION - K-12


E2493
BEYOND CERTAINTY : A PROCESS FOR THINKING ABOUT FUTURES FOR AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION. Reid, Alan. South Brisbane, QLD : Australian Secondary Principals’ Association (ASPA), August 2018. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Review; Educational research; Curriculum; Education standards; Pedagogy; Teachers; Student learning; Student engagement; Resources; Government policy; Ideology; Social issues; International comparisons; OECD countries. Evidence-based policy; Gonski review; Gonski 2.0; 21st century skills; Social media; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); Education Council; Global Education Reform Movement (GERM); Third/fourth industrial revolution. [ID NO.:190046]


E2482
CONNECTING THE WORLDS OF LEARNING AND WORK : PRIORITISING SCHOOL-INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS IN AUSTRALIA’S EDUCATION SYSTEM. Torii, Kate. Melbourne, Vic. : Mitchell Institute, Victoria University, July 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Mitchell Report No. 02/2018.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Skill development; Work experience; Policy development; Equity; Government role; Disadvantaged students; Employment opportunities; Career education; Student outcome; Transitions; Teachers; International comparisons. School-industry partnership; Gonski 2.0; Employer engagement. [ID NO.:190036]


E2499
EDUCATION CARGO CULTS MUST DIE. Hattie, John; Hamilton, Arran. [n.p.] : Corwin, September 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Investment; Education policy; Educational research; Educational theories; Evidence; Bias; International comparisons; Measurement techniques; Resources; Curriculum; Student learning; Student outcome; Pedagogy; Teachers; Professional learning. Evidence-based; Policymakers; Cognitive bias; High-stakes assessments; Visible learning. [ID NO.:190052]


E2456
THE EVOLUTION OF GENDER GAPS IN NUMERACY AND LITERACY BETWEEN CHILDHOOD AND ADULTHOOD. Borgonovi, Francesca; Choi, Alvaro; Paccagnella, Marco. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
OECD Education Working Papers No. 184.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Gender; Student learning; Educational development; Literacy; Numeracy; Student assessment; Educational attainment; Educational research; Data collection; Inequality; Skill development; Competencies; Human capital; Labour market; International comparisons; OECD countries. Gender differences; Gender gap. [ID NO.:180436]


E2490
FRAMING PAPER : RELIGIOUS EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC). Sydney, NSW : National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC), 2018. Electronic document ; ill.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Religious education; Curriculum; Catholic schools; Teachers; Student learning; Educational outcome; School choice; Parent role. [ID NO.:190043]


E2451
IMPROVING EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITY IN VICTORIA : FINAL REPORT. Jenkin, Eleanor; Spivakovsky, Claire; Joseph, Sarah; Smith, Marius. [n.p.] : Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Monash University, June 2018. Electronic document ; tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 9 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Access; Participation; Students; Disabilities; Human rights; Law; Educational development; Student support; School enrolment; Discrimination; Student experiences; Student outcome; Inclusion; Curriculum; Parent perception; Interviews; School choice; Teachers; Research; Government policy; Victoria. Unequal access; Zone; Inclusive education; Teacher aides; Program for Students with Disabilities (PSD). [ID NO.:180431]


E2478
MAPPING SCHOOLS’ NAPLAN RESULTS: A SPATIAL INEQUALITY OF SCHOOL OUTCOMES IN AUSTRALIA. Smith, Crichton; Parr, Nick; Muhidin, Salut.
Geographical Research 2018 pp. 1-18 (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Student assessment; Student performance; Student background; Socioeconomic status; Research methodology; Data collection; Private schools; Public schools; Inequality; Demographics; Disadvantaged communities; Remote areas; Teachers; School choice; Government funding. National Assessment Program"Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Disadvantaged suburbs; Advantaged suburbs. [ID NO.:190013]


E2469
MEASURING STUDENT PROGRESS : A STATE-BY-STATE REPORT CARD. Goss, Peter; Sonnemann, Julie; Emslie, Owain. [n.p.] : The Grattan Institute, November 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Report No. 2018-14.
(Bibliography).
Report:
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019
Technical report:
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Student assessment; Student progress; Measurement techniques; Student achievement; Educational research; Data collection; Disadvantaged schools; Disadvantaged students; Student support; Student characteristics; School environment; Education policy; Government attitudes. National Assessment Program " Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA); Non-Indigenous students; Gonski 2.0; High performing schools; Low performing schools. [ID NO.:190004]


E2476
PISA AUSTRALIA IN FOCUS NUMBER 2 : EDUCATIONAL EXPECTATIONS. Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Students; Survey; Perception; Post-secondary education; Student learning; Student background; Student characteristics; Socioeconomic background; Disadvantaged students; Student outcome; Educational research; Data collection; International comparisons; OECD countries. Educational expectations; Student aspirations; Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas (SEIFA); Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:190011]


E2495
PISA AUSTRALIA IN FOCUS NUMBER 3 : MOTIVATION. Underwood, Catherine. Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Science education; Student attitudes; Student participation; Student motivation; Research methodology; Demographics; Student characteristics; Student engagement; Socioeconomic background; Gender; Aboriginal students; Immigrants; International comparisons; OECD countries. Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:190048]


E2463
PISA FOR DEVELOPMENT ASSESSMENT AND ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK : READING, MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
PISA. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Student assessment; Measurement techniques; Curriculum; Literacy; Numeracy; Student performance; Youth; Teachers; Interviews; Data collection; Policy framework; OECD countries. Student questionnaire; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:180443]


E2459
RESPONSIVE SCHOOL SYSTEMS : CONNECTING FACILITIES, SECTORS AND PROGRAMMES FOR STUDENT SUCCESS. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
OECD Reviews of School Resources.
(Bibliography; SEE Report 170263 - The funding of school education : connecting resources and learning).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Resources; Equity; Review; School funds; Policy development; Educational programs; Public schools; Private schools; Socioeconomic disadvantage; School evaluation; Inequity; Student learning; Student needs; Student outcome; Pathways; Higher education; Government funding; International comparisons; OECD countries. Student success; School segregation. [ID NO.:180439]


EMPLOYMENT


344.9401 PIT
AUSTRALIAN LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW. Pittard, Marilyn J.; Naughton, Richard,. Chatswood, NSW : LexisNexis Butterworths, 2015. lxix, 1095 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Employment law; Labour law; Employment relationship; Enterprise bargaining; Legislation; Common law; Employment contracts; Employer employee relationship; Duty of care; Termination of employment; Unfair dismissal; Industrial action; Trade unions. Workplace rights; Freedom of associations; Right to strike; Good faith bargaining; Fair Work Act 2009; WorkChoices; Implied terms. [ID NO.:180445]


JOUR
THE AUSTRALIAN LABOUR MARKET IN 2017. Oliver, Damian; Yu, Serena.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (3) June 2018 pp. 298-316 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour market; Research; Data collection; Economic conditions; Employment; Collective bargaining; Minimum wage; Unemployment; Awards; Enterprise agreements; Employer attitudes; Economic growth; Trade unions; Union membership. Underemployment; Penalty rates; Fair Work Commission (FWC); International Monetary Fund (IMF). [ID NO.:190018]


JOUR
CREATING A STRATEGIC ENFORCEMENT APPROACH TO ADDRESS WAGE THEFT : ONE ACADEMIC'S JOURNEY IN ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE. Weil, David.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (3) June 2018 pp. 437-460 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Labour standards; Employees; Wages; Working hours; Regulations; Employer attitudes; Policy development; Strategies; Organisational change; Courts; Government role; Industrial relations; United States of America. Wage theft; Employee rights; Wage and Hour Division (WHD); Strategic enforcement. [ID NO.:190025]


E2486
EVERYONE’S BUSINESS : FOURTH NATIONAL SURVEY ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN AUSTRALIAN WORKPLACES. Gebicki, Camilla; Meagher, Alexandra; Flax, Gabrielle. Sydney, NSW : Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Survey; Sexual harassment; Research methodology; Data collection; Workplace environment; Violence; Gender; Technology; Sex discrimination; Law; Industry; Government role; Employers; Mass media. Social media; Personal safety. [ID NO.:190039]


E2454
GETTING SKILLS RIGHT : AUSTRALIA. Mullock, Katharine; Quintini, Glenda; Keese, Mark. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational attainment; Graduates; Training; Skills; Qualifications; Employment; Labour market; Change; Policy development; Employers; Perception; Labour supply and demand; Unemployment; Government role; Migrant workers; Research methodology; Data collection; International comparisons; OECD countries. Skill shortage; Skill assessment and anticipation (SAA); Survey of Adult Skills; Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC). [ID NO.:180434]


E2453
SKILLS ON THE MOVE : MIGRANTS IN THE SURVEY OF ADULT SKILLS. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
OECD Skills Studies.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Migration; OECD countries; Employment; Migrants; Educational attainment; Qualifications; Skills; Labour market; Economic conditions; Lifelong learning; Participation; International comparisons; Data collection; Government role; Policy development; Strategies. Labour market outcomes; Skills gap; Survey of Adult Skills; Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC). [ID NO.:180433]


GENDER


E2487
FROM GIRLS TO MEN : SOCIAL ATTITUDES TO GENDER EQUALITY IN AUSTRALIA : PART 1: QUANTITATIVE FINDINGS. Evans, Mark; Haussegger, Virginia; Halupka, Max; Rowe, Pia. [Canberra, ACT] : 50/50 by 2030 Foundation, University of Canberra, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Gender equality; Social attitudes; Women; Men; Girls; Boys; Survey; Research methodology; Inequality; Sexism; Political issues; Ideology; Sex discrimination; Workplace environment; International comparisons. Misogyny; Political correctness; Social media; Unconscious bias. [ID NO.:190040]


E2473
GENDER EQUALITY BILL EXPOSURE DRAFT : DISCUSSION PAPER. Melbourne, Vic. : Department of Health and Human Services, August 2018. Electronic document.
Discussion paper:
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019
Exposure draft:
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019

KEYWORDS: Gender equality; Legislation; Government policy; Victoria; Social attitudes; Violence; Social justice; Gender inequality; Accountability; Community engagement; Workplace environment; Income; Human rights. 'Safe and strong : a Victorian gender equality strategy'; Gender gap. [ID NO.:190008]


GOVERNMENT


E2482
REPORT ON GOVERNMENT SERVICES 2019. Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, 2019. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography; Volume A: Approach to performance reporting; Volume B: Child care, education and training; Volume C: Justice; Volume D: Emergency Management; Volume E: Health; Volume F: Community services; Volume G: Housing and Homelessness).
Volume A: Approach to performance reporting
Link accessed on 1 February 2019
Volume B: Child care, education and training
Link; accessed on 1 February 2019
Volume C: Justice
Link; accessed on 1 February 2019
Volume D: Emergency Management
Link; accessed on 1 February 2019
Volume E: Health
Link; accessed on 1 February 2019
Volume F: Community services
Link; accessed on 1 February 2019
Volume G: Housing and Homelessness
Link; accessed on 1 February 2019

KEYWORDS: Federal government; State government; Performance; Data collection; Early childhood education; Education; Training; Justice; Health; Housing; Community services. [ID NO.:190033]


HIGHER EDUCATION


E2474
THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF GROUP OF EIGHT UNIVERSITIES. Conlon, Gavan; Halterbeck, Maike; Julius, Jenna. London : London Economics, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Performance; Economic benefits; Research methodology; University research; Investment; Economic aspects; International education; Tuition fees; University students; Graduates; Labour market; Salaries; Employment; Productivity; Government policy; International comparisons. Group of Eight (Go8); Return on investment. [ID NO.:190009]


E2501
THE FUTURE OF AUSTRALIAN HIGHER EDUCATION : A SYNTHESIS OF RECENT RESEARCH AND POLICY REPORTS WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR STUDENT EQUITY. Farnhill, Paul; Kift, Sally. Perth, WA : National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE), Curtin University, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Equity; Educational research; Literature review; Education systems; Policy framework; Accountability; Government policy; Education funding; Industry; Student learning; Access; Retention; Student completion; Vocational education; Training. Social inequality. [ID NO.:190054]


JOUR
LEARNING LIFE A REFUGEE. Smith, Loren.
Campus Review 28 (8) August 2018 pp. 16-17
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University education; Refugees; Student participation; Student engagement; Student support; Scholarships; Government attitudes; Equity. Asylum seekers. [ID NO.:190059]


E2467
MAPPING AUSTRALIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 2018. Norton, Andrew; Cherastidtham, Ittima; Mackey, Will. [n.p.] : The Grattan Institute, October 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Government policy; Funding; Universities; Finance; University students; HECS; International education; Student enrolment; Student outcome; Socioeconomic status; Graduates; Salaries; Employment; Labour market; Participation; University research; Academics; Standards; Academic salaries; Working conditions; Vocational education; Training. Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); Employment outcomes; Higher education providers; VET FEE-HELP; Gender gap. [ID NO.:190002]


E2489
STUDENT EQUITY 2030 : A LONG-TERM STRATEGIC VISION FOR STUDENT EQUITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION. Zacharias, Nadine; Brett, Matthew. Bentley, WA : National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE), September 2018. Electronic document ; ill.
Discussion paper.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Equity; University students; Participation; Student support; Education funding; Policy development; Educational research; Technological change; Government role; University administration; Vocational education; Training. Bradley review; Higher education loan program (HELP). [ID NO.:190042]


Document 2978
TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGS 2019 : IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ELSEVIER. Baty, Phil; Bothwell, Ellie (eds.). [London] : Times Higher Education (THE), September 2018. 170 p. ; ill., tables.
KEYWORDS: Universities; Performance; Quality; Evaluation; International comparisons. Times Higher Education - World university rankings. [ID NO.:190060]


E2491
U21 RANKING OF NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEMS. Williams, Ross; Leahy, Anne. Parkville, Vic : Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, University of Melbourne, May 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Quality; Performance; Measurement techniques; Data collection; Resources; Education funding; International education; Graduates; Employment; Researchers; Academics; International comparisons; Economic development. Universitas 21 (U21); University rankings. [ID NO.:190044]


E2492
THE 'UNIVERSITY PLACE' : HOW AND WHY PLACE INFLUENCES THE ENGAGEMENT AND RETENTION OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER UNIVERSITY STUDENTS : FINAL REPORT 2017. Raciti, Maria M.; Carter, Jennifer; Gilbey, Kathryn; Hollinsworth, David. Canberra, ACT : Department of Education and Training (DET), 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University education; Access; Participation; Aboriginal students; Student enrolment; Student engagement; Student identity; Student support; Retention; Educational outcome; Research methodology; Literature review; Academic staff; Curriculum; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Aboriginal culture. Close the Gap. [ID NO.:190045]


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


JOUR
AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN 2017. Wright, Chris F..
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (3) June 2018 pp. 287-297 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Policy; Change; Employment relations; Employer attitudes; Enterprise bargaining; Employees; Wages; Trade unions; Inequality; Economic conditions; Labour market; Migrant workers. Penalty rates; Temporary employment. [ID NO.:190017]


JOUR
CAPITAL AND LABOUR : THE PIKETTY SPLIT. Shiel, Christopher.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (81) Winter 2018 pp. 193-202 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Inequality; Economic conditions; Social capital; Income; Capitalism; Economic policy; Government role; OECD countries; International comparisons. Thomas Piketty; Wealth gap. [ID NO.:190032]


JOUR
EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYER ASSOCIATION MATTERS IN AUSTRALIA IN 2017. Barry, Michael; You, Kevin.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (3) June 2018 pp. 358-377 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employers; Attitudes; Minimum wage; Awards; Review; Legislation; Labour market; Industry; Employment relations; Government policy; Reform; Legislation; Trade unions. Employer associations; Penalty rates; Modern awards; Domestic violence leave; WorkChoices; Coalition Party; Fair Work Commission (FWC). [ID NO.:190021]


JOUR
THE EROSION OF MINIMUM WAGE POLICY IN AUSTRALIA AND LABOUR'S SHRINKING SHARE OF TOTAL INCOME. McKenzie, Margaret.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (81) Winter 2018 pp. 52-77 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Minimum wage; Policy formation; Change; History; Research methodology; Data collection; Labour market; Employment; Collective bargaining; Regulations; Government attitudes; Neoliberalism; International comparisons; Employees; Inequality; Living standards; Migrant workers. Fair Work Act 2009; Underemployment; Temporary employment; Labour share; International Labour Organisation (ILO). [ID NO.:190029]


JOUR
INDUSTRIAL LEGISLATION IN AUSTRALIA IN 2017. Rawling, Michael; Schofield-Georgeson, Eugene.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (3) June 2018 pp. 378-396 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Legislation; Reform; Commonwealth government; Attitudes; Government policy; Labour law; Regulations; Trade unions; Employers; Governance; State government; Occupational health and safety. Coalition Party; Vulnerable workers; Labour exploitation; Labour hire; Fair Work Act 2009; Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption. [ID NO.:190022]


JOUR
MAJOR COURT AND TRIBUNAL DECISIONS IN AUSTRALIA IN 2017. Allen, Dominique; Landau, Ingrid.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (3) June 2018 pp. 397-413 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Courts; Employment; Awards; Collective bargaining; Enterprise agreement; Equal opportunity; Working hours; Casual employment; Discrimination; Industrial action; Labour law; Employer attitudes; Court litigation; Trade unions. Safety net; Penalty rates; Adverse action; Good faith bargaining; Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:190023]


JOUR
REGULATING EXECUTIVE SALARIES AND REDUCING PAY DISPARITIES : IS PAY DISCLOSURE THE ANSWER?. Schofield-Georgeson, Eugene.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (81) Winter 2018 pp. 95-120 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Corporations; Management; Salaries; Regulations; Accountability; Literature review; Case study; International comparisons; Government role; Australia; United Kingdom; United States of America; Employees; Equal pay; Inequality; Labour market. Pay disparities; Executive salaries; Pay disclosure; Wealth; Shareholders; Corporate governance. [ID NO.:190031]


INEQUALITY


JOUR
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF LABOUR'S FALLING INCOME SHARE AND GROWING INEQUALITY. Flanagan, Frances; Stillwell, Frank.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (81) Winter 2018 pp. 5-10
KEYWORDS: Inequality; Employment; Wages; Productivity; Economic conditions; Minimum wage; Employer attitudes; Government policy; Neoliberalism; OECD countries. Labour share; Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:190026]


E2477
INEQUALITY IN AUSTRALIA 2018. Davidson, Peter; Saunders, Peter; Phillips, Jacqueline. Strawberry Hills, NSW : Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) with the University of New South Wales (UNSW), 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Poverty and Inequality in Australia.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 190037 - Inequality in Australia : new estimates and recent trends : recent methodology for the 2018 report).
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Income; Inequality; Research methodology; Data collection; Economic conditions; Poverty; Demographics; Measurement techniques; Employment; Labour force; Low income; Social welfare; Government policy; Taxation; Economic growth; International comparisons. Wealth inequality; Economic inequality; Rich poor gap; Global Financial Crisis (GFC). [ID NO.:190012]


E2484
INEQUALITY IN AUSTRALIA : NEW ESTIMATES AND RECENT TRENDS : RESEARCH METHODOLOGY FOR 2018 REPORT. Saunders, Peter; Wong, Melissa; Bradbury, Bruce. [n.p.] : Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, July 2018. Electronic document ; tables.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 190012 - Inequality in Australia 2018).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Income; Inequality; Research methodology; Data collection; Measurement techniques; Employment; Wages; Social welfare; Poverty. Wealth; Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). [ID NO.:190037]


E2472
RISING INEQUALITY? : A STOCKTAKE OF THE EVIDENCE. Productivity Commission. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, August 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Paper.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Inequality; Research methodology; Data collection; Economic conditions; Income; Poverty; Measurement techniques; Demographics; Disadvantaged; Economic opportunities; Wellbeing; Living standards; Employment opportunities. Deprivation; Economic mobility; Economic disadvantage; Wealth inequality; Intergenerational mobility; Social exclusion; Gini coefficient; Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey. [ID NO.:190007]


POLITICS


JOUR
FOLLOW THE LEADER : DEMOCRACY AND THE RISE OF THE STRONGMAN. Tingle, Laura.
Quarterly Essay (71) 2018 pp. 1-90 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Politics; Leadership; Political parties; Democracy; Politicians; Political attitudes; Political party policies; Ideology; International comparisons; Liberal Party; Australian Labor Party (ALP). Coalition Party; Malcolm Turnbull. [ID NO.:190034]


E2468
WHO’S IN THE ROOM? : ACCESS AND INFLUENCE IN AUSTRALIAN POLITICS. Wood, Danielle; Griffiths, Kate; Chivers, Carmela. [n.p.] : The Grattan Institute, September 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Report No. 2018-12.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Politics; Democracy; Political parties; Access; Lobbying; Industry; Trade unions; Political influence; Public opinion; Elections; Funding; Mass media; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Liberal Party; Politicians; Political attitudes; Code of conduct; Accountability; Governance. GetUp!; Political donations; Transparency. [ID NO.:190003]


RACIAL DISCRIMINATION


305.8 SOU
ON HATE. Soutphommasane, Tim. Carlton, Victoria : Melbourne University Publishing, 2019. 122 p.
Little books on big ideas.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Human rights; Racial discrimination; Social attitudes; Freedom of speech; Democracy; Government attitudes; Politicians; Racism; Mass media; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Islam. Hate speech; Right wing politics. [ID NO.:190057]


SOCIAL JUSTICE


331.80994 MCM
ON FAIRNESS. McManus, Sally. Carlton, Victoria : Melbourne University Publishing, 2019. 100 p.
Little books on big ideas.
KEYWORDS: Social justice; Inequality; Employment; Wages; Economic conditions; Job security; Labour movement; Trade unions; Industrial relations; Government attitudes; Neoliberalism; Mass media. [ID NO.:190056]


TEACHERS


AEU 2019
AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION UNION : 35TH ANNUAL FEDERAL CONFERENCE : 22-24 FEBRUARY 2019, SOUTHBANK, VICTORIA. Southbank, Vic. : Australian Education Union (AEU), February 2017. var. pag.
KEYWORDS: Public education; Conference papers; Teacher unions; Australian Education Union (AEU). [ID NO.:190035]


E2479
GLOBAL TEACHER STATUS INDEX 2018. Dolton, Peter; Marcenaro, Oscar; De Vries, Robert; She, Po-Wen. London : Varkey Foundation, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 14 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Survey; Teacher status; Measurement techniques; Research methodology; Data collection; Teacher salaries; Working hours; Education systems; Teacher perception; Public opinion; Student learning; Student outcome; International comparisons; Government role. Global teacher status index; Performance related pay; Rewards; Teacher rankings; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:190014]


E2498
ONE TEACHING PROFESSION : TEACHER REGISTRATION IN AUSTRALIA. Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL). [n.p.] : Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL), September 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Review; Teacher registration; Teacher quality; Teacher certification; Teacher effectiveness; Professional learning; Teacher standards; Early childhood education; Teachers; Aboriginal education; Aboriginal teachers; TAFE teachers; Beginning teachers; Teacher characteristics; Survey; Data collection. Early childhood education teachers; Casual teachers. [ID NO.:190051]


E2494
WHAT REMUNERATION LEVELS SHOULD APPLY TO HIGHLY ACCOMPLISHED AND LEAD TEACHER CERTIFICATION. Ingvarson, Lawrence. Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), June 2018. Electronic document ; tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teacher certification; Quality; Retention; Teacher salaries; Remuneration; Professional learning; Teacher recognition; Education systems; Quality; Student teacher relationship; Student learning; Student outcome; International comparisons; OECD countries. Out-of-field teaching; Highly accomplished and lead teachers (HALTs); Teacher rewards; High achieving countries; Queensland Teachers' Union (QTU). [ID NO.:190047]


E2500
WORKFORCE PROFILE OF THE NSW TEACHING PROFESSION 2016. Sydney, NSW : Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation, NSW Department of Education, September 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Research methodology; Data collection; Beginning teachers; Educational achievement; University education; Retention; Teacher employment; Teacher characteristics; Socioeconomic background; Teacher accreditation; Teacher support; Teacher standards; Aboriginal teachers; Professional development; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; New South Wales. Initial teacher education (ITE); Low SES; Early childhood education teachers; Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR). [ID NO.:190053]


TRADE UNIONS


E2480
A UNION DEFAULT : A POLICY TO RAISE UNION MEMBERSHIP, PROMOTE THE FREEDOM TO ASSOCIATE, PROTECT THE FREEDOM NOT TO ASSOCIATE AND PROGRESS UNION REPRESENTATION. Harcourt, Mark; Gall, Gregor; Kumar, Rinu Vimal; Croucher, Richard.
Industrial Law Journal June 2018 32 p.Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment relationship; Employee attitudes; Union membership; Costs; Employer attitudes; Law; Trade unions; Human rights; Government attitudes; Research; International comparisons; Collective bargaining. Employee rights; Union default; Freedom of association; Social norm; Union representation; Union decline; Non-union workplaces; Anti-unionism; Empirical evidence; Free-riding. [ID NO.:190015]


JOUR
UNIONS AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN AUSTRALIA IN 2017. Gahan, Peter; Pekarek, Andreas; Nicholson, Daniel.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (3) June 2018 pp. 337-357 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Activism; Organising; Leadership; Union membership; Data; Collective bargaining; Wages; Enterprise agreements; Industrial disputes; Governance; Economic conditions; Inequality; Government policy; Legislation; Employer attitudes. Union decline; Change the Rules; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU). [ID NO.:190020]


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


E2452
THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION : THE IMPLICATIONS OF TECHNOLOGICAL DISRUPTION FOR AUSTRALIAN VET. Seet, Pi-Shen; Jones, Janice; Spoehr, John; Hordacre, Ann-Louise. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2018. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
Research Report.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 9 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Tertiary education; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Student learning; Skill development; Student outcome; Qualifications; Technological change; Information technology; Graduates; Employment; Labour market; Change; Employers; Perception; Industry; International comparisons. Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); Workforce development; Fourth industrial revolution; Disruptive technology. [ID NO.:180432]


E2458
SEVEN QUESTIONS ABOUT APPRENTICESHIPS : ANSWERS FROM INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
OECD Reviews of Vocational Education and Training.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Apprenticeships; Policy development; Educational practice; Participation; Youth; Disadvantaged students; Pathways; Wages; School to work transition; Labour market; Employment; Employer attitudes; Government role; International comparisons; Research methodology; Data collection; OECD countries. Youth at risk; High performing systems; Employer financial incentives; Stakeholder groups. [ID NO.:180438]


E2488
VIEWED FROM THE MARGINS : NAVIGATING DISADVANTAGE AND VET. Myconos, George; Dommers, Eric; Clarke, Kira. [Melbourne, Vic.] : The University of Melbourne and Brotherhood of St Laurence, August 2018. Electronic document.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Access; Equity; Policy development; Disadvantaged students; Student support; Student engagement; School leavers; TAFE; Participation; Skills; Youth; Employment; Education policy; Government funding. Early school leavers. [ID NO.:190041]


WOMEN


305.42 CAR
ACCIDENTAL FEMINISTS. Caro, Jane. Carlton, Victoria : Melbourne University Publishing, 2019. 233 p.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Women; Feminism; Social attitudes; Activism; Social conditions; Sex discrimination; Gender; Family responsibilities; Employment; Wages; Socioeconomic status; Superannuation; Social welfare; Retirement; Poverty; Government role; Public policy; Mass media. Feminists. [ID NO.:190055]


JOUR
APPLYING A GENDER LENS TO EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS : REVITALISATION, RESISTANCE AND RISKS. Rubery, Jill; Hebson, Gail.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (3) June 2018 pp. 414-436 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment relations; Marketisation; Gender; Research; Feminism; Discrimination; Identity; Class; Gender equality; Labour market; Precarious employment; Wages; Management; Organisational effectiveness; Trade unions. Gender mainstreaming; Gender lens; Intersectionality; Marginalisation; Union representation; Unpaid work. [ID NO.:190024]


E2485
A TOOLKIT FOR GENDER ADVOCACY. Richards, Joanna. Braddon, ACT : Andrew Leigh, [2018]. Electronic document ; ill.
Link; accessed on 25 January 2019
KEYWORDS: Gender; Lobbying; Advocacy; Campaigns; Activism; Political issues; Women; Inequalities; Social movements; Public policy; Government; Parliament. Women’s organisations. [ID NO.:190038]


JOUR
WOMEN, WORK AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN AUSTRALIA IN 2017. Kaine, Sarah; Boersma, Martjin.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (3) June 2018 pp. 317-336 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Women; Employment; Research; Literature; Academic research; Media; Inequality; Labour market; Participation; Gender equity; Industrial relations; Equality; Working conditions; Superannuation. Pay equity; Gender gap; Paid parental leave; Early childhood education pay equity case; Parliamentary publications; Social & Community Sector (SACS). [ID NO.:190019]


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