Richard Curtain

Australian National University (ANU) - Development Policy Centre

7 Liversidge Street (Bld 70)

Lennox Crossing

Canberra, 0200

Australia

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (3)

1.

Backpackers v. Seasonal Workers: Learning from the Contrasting Temporary Migration Outcomes in Australian and New Zealand Horticulture

Development Policy Centre Discussion Paper No. 65, November 2017
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 28 Nov 2017
Australian National University (ANU) - Development Policy Centre, Australian National University (ANU) - Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University (ANU) - Development Policy Centre and Australian National University (ANU) - Development Policy Centre
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Labour Mobility, Migration, Temporary Migration, Labour Markets, Pacific, Australia, New Zealand

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What Can Papua New Guinea Do to Lift Its Numbers in the Seasonal Worker Programs of Australia and New Zealand?

Development Policy Centre Discussion Paper No. 70, Australian National University, Sept. 2018
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 18 Oct 2018
Richard Curtain
Australian National University (ANU) - Development Policy Centre
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Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Seasonal Work, Labour Mobility, Seasonal Worker Programme, Recognised Seasonal Employer

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Pacific Seasonal Workers: Learning from the Contrasting Temporary Migration Outcomes in Australian and New Zealand Horticulture

Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies, Issue 3, Volume 5, pages 462-480, Crawford School Research Paper
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 24 Jan 2019
Australian National University (ANU) - Development Policy Centre, Australian National University (ANU) - Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University (ANU) - Development Policy Centre and Australian National University (ANU) - Development Policy Centre
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horticulture, labour mobility, Pacific island countries, public policy, seasonal workers