Jeff Borland

University of Melbourne - Department of Economics

Victoria 3010, 3010

Australia

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

15

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Scholarly Papers (15)

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Behind the Headline Number: Why not to Rely on Frey and Osborne’s Predictions of Potential Job Loss from Automation

Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 10/19, October 2019
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 22 Oct 2019 Last Revised: 07 Nov 2019
Michael Bernard Coelli and Jeff Borland
The University of Melbourne and University of Melbourne - Department of Economics
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employment; technology; prediction; job loss; AI and robotics

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The Australian Labour Market and IT-enabled Technological Change

Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 01/23
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 17 Jan 2023
Michael Bernard Coelli and Jeff Borland
The University of Melbourne and University of Melbourne - Department of Economics
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technology, IT, employment, skills, inequality, gig economy

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The Impact of the 1896 Factory and Shops Act on Victorian Labour Markets

IZA Discussion Paper No. 10388
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 05 Dec 2016
Andrew Seltzer and Jeff Borland
University of London, Royal Holloway College - Department of Economics and University of Melbourne - Department of Economics
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minimum wages, Australia, Factory and Shops Act

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The Impact of International Trade on Manufacturing Employment in Australia: Evidence From the China Shock

Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 06/20
Number of pages: 62 Posted: 22 May 2020
University of Melbourne - Department of Economics, University of Melbourne - Department of Economics, The University of Melbourne and University of Oxford - Department of Economics
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employment, manufacturing, trade, China

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Uber down under: The labour market for drivers in Australia

Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 18/21
Number of pages: 63 Posted: 11 Oct 2021
Accenture, University of Melbourne - Department of Economics, Accenture and Accenture
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gig economy, Uber, working time, earnings, job satisfaction

Did the Australian JobKeeper program save jobs by subsidizing temporary layoffs?

Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 26/21
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 15 Dec 2021
Jeff Borland, Jennifer Hunt and Jennifer Hunt
University of Melbourne - Department of Economics and Rutgers UniversityMcGill University - Department of Economics
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Wage subsidy, temporary layoffs, JobKeeper

Did the Australian JobKeeper Program Save Jobs by Subsidizing Temporary Layoffs?

CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP16755
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 10 Feb 2022
Jeff Borland and Jennifer Hunt
University of Melbourne - Department of Economics and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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COVID-19, JobKeeper, temporary layoffs, Wage subsidy

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The dragon down under: The regional labour market impact of growth in Chinese imports to Australia

Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 09/21
Number of pages: 64 Posted: 19 Jul 2021
The University of Melbourne, Department of Economics, The University of Melbourne and University of Melbourne - Department of Economics
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Manufacturing employment, trade shocks, labour market adjustment, import exposure

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Is it 'dog days' for the young in the Australian labour market?

Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 06/21
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 01 Jun 2021
University of Melbourne - Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic & Social Research, University of Melbourne - Department of Economics and The University of Melbourne
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youth, employment, Australian labour market

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Does Coordination of Welfare Services’ Delivery Make a Difference for Extremely Disadvantaged Jobseekers? Evidence from the 'YP4' Trial

Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 12/13
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 05 Apr 2013
Jeff Borland, Yi-Ping Tseng and R Wilkins
University of Melbourne - Department of Economics, University of Melbourne - Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic & Social Research and affiliation not provided to SSRN
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Welfare programs, disadvantaged jobseekers, randomised controlled trials, program evaluation

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Do Teams Always Lose to Win? Performance Incentives and the Player Draft in the Australian Football League

(2009) Journal of Sports Economics, 10(5), 451-484.
Posted: 07 May 2016
Jeff Borland, Mark Chicu and Robert D. Macdonald
University of Melbourne - Department of Economics, Bates White and University of Melbourne - Law School

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player draft, incentives, Australian Football League

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Escalation Effects and the Player Draft in the AFL

Labour Economics, Vol. 18, No. 3, 2011
Posted: 06 May 2016
Jeff Borland, Lee Leng and Robert D. Macdonald
University of Melbourne - Department of Economics, University of Oxford and University of Melbourne - Law School

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Escalation Effect, Sunk Cost, Player Draft, Career Concerns, Australian Rules Football

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Demand for Sport

Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 19(4), 478-502, 2003
Posted: 25 Aug 2015 Last Revised: 06 May 2016
Jeff Borland and Robert D. Macdonald
University of Melbourne - Department of Economics and University of Melbourne - Law School

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Sport, Demand, Attendance, Broadcasting

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A Wage Curve for Australia?

Oxford Economic Papers, Vol. 52, Issue 4, October 2000
Posted: 24 Aug 2001
S. Kennedy and Jeff Borland
Australian Bureau of Statistics and University of Melbourne - Department of Economics

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Does Crime Affect Employment Status? The Case of Indigenous Australians

Economica, Vol. 67, Issue 265, February 2000
Posted: 19 Jun 2001
Jeff Borland
University of Melbourne - Department of Economics

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Matching and Mobility in the Market for Australian Rules Football Coaches

INDUSTRIAL AND LABOR RELATIONS REVIEW, October 1996
Posted: 29 Jun 1998
Jeff Borland and Jenny N. Lye
University of Melbourne - Department of Economics and University of Melbourne - Department of Economics

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