Melbourne Institute Policy Briefs Series
The Melbourne Institute Policy Briefs Series presents a discussion of current research undertaken by staff of the Melbourne Institute. These briefs cover topics related to current policy issues.
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|PB No.||AUTHOR(S)||TITLE||MONTH OF PUBLICATION|
|4/16||Jeff Borland, Mark Considine, Guyonne Kalb and David Ribar||What Are Best-Practice Programs for Jobseekers Facing High Barriers to Employment?||June 2016|
|3/16||Guay Lim, Tim Robinson and Viet Nguyen||Budget Deficits and the Dual Roles of Fiscal Policy||May 2016|
|2/16||Miles Tidmarsh and Paul H. Jensen||Nudges in Education: What Works?||March 2016|
|1/16||Guay Lim and Sarantis Tsiaplias||Housing Affordability: How Important Is the Lending Rate?||January 2016|
|4/15||Reuben Finighan||Beyond Nudge: The Potential of Behavioural Policy||July 2015|
|3/15||Efrem Castelnuovo||Fiscal Debt Sustainability in Australia: Is It Feasible?||May 2015|
|2/15||G. C. Lim, Viet Hoang Nguyen and Sarantis Tsiaplias||Budget Deficits and Fiscal Policies||April 2015|
|1/15||Anthony Scott||The GP Co-payment: A Short Postmortem and a New Research Agenda on Medicare||March 2015|
|2/14||Chris Ryan||August 2014|
|1/14||Elizabeth Webster||January 2014|
|6/13||Christine Greenhalgh and Elizabeth Webster||August 2013|
|5/13||G.C. Lim, E. CLaus, V. Nguyen and M. Chua||August 2013|
|4/13||Paul H. Jensen||August 2013|
|3/13||Terence C. Cheng||July 2013|
|2/13||Moshe Justman and Chris Ryan||April 2013|
|1/13||Deborah Cobb-Clark||January 2013|