Jim Stanford

 

The Same Mistake Twice: The Self-Defeating Consequences of Public Sector Pay Freezes, Troy Henderson, Jim Stanford, Apr 2020

Working from Home: Opportunities and Risks, Alison Pennington, Jim Stanford, Apr 2020

Australians Want JobKeeper Program Extended to Include All Who Need It, Jim Stanford, Apr 2020

Webinar: Protecting Jobs and Incomes During the Pandemic, Jim Stanford, Apr 2020

Minimum Wage Awards Playing a Larger Role, Jim Stanford, Mar 2020

Catalogue of International Initiatives to Support Workers through COVID-19, Jim Stanford, Mar 2020

Gender Equality Still Far-Off in Australia's Labour Market, Alison Pennington, Jim Stanford, Mar 2020

Open Letter From Economists and Policy Experts: Wage Subsidy to Protect Jobs During Pandemic, Jim Stanford, Mar 2020

Responding to the Economic Emergency, Jim Stanford, Mar 2020

The Long-Term Cost of Frozen Wages, Jim Stanford, Feb 2020

Seminar Presentation: Superannuation & Wages in Australia, Jim Stanford, Feb 2020

Needle in a Haystack: Searching for the Impact of Tax Cuts on Consumer Spending and Economic Growth, Jim Stanford, Dec 2019

Precarity and Job Instability on the Frontlines of NDIS Support Work, Donna Baines, Fiona Macdonald, Jim Stanford, Jessie Moore, Nov 2019

Excessive Hours and Unpaid Overtime: 2019 Update, Tom Swann, Jim Stanford, Nov 2019

The Relationship Between Superannuation Contributions and Wages in Australia, Jim Stanford, Nov 2019

Young Workers are "Shock Troops" of Precarious Labour Market, Jim Stanford, Nov 2019

The Future of Work for Australian Graduates, Alison Pennington, Jim Stanford, Oct 2019

Messing With Success: Victoria’s Puzzling Turn to Austerity, Troy Henderson, Jim Stanford, Oct 2019

Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Education and Employment: Inquiry into Proposed Amendments to the Fair Work Act (“Ensuring Integrity”), Jim Stanford, Sep 2019

'Stuck-in-the-Mud' Workers Not to Blame for Wage Stagnation, Jim Stanford, Aug 2019

Update on Penalty Rates and Job-Creation: Two Years Later, Jim Stanford, Jul 2019

Kick-Starting Wage Growth: 3 Things the Commonwealth Government Could Do NOW, Jim Stanford, Jun 2019

Union Organising and Labour Market Rules: Two Sides of the Same Coin, Jim Stanford, Jun 2019

Real Wage Cuts Hit Marginal Electorates Hard, Jim Stanford, May 2019

The Importance of Minimum Wages to Recent Australian Wage Trends, Jim Stanford, May 2019

Minimum Wage to Rise 3% for 2019-20, Jim Stanford, May 2019

Denying Wages Crisis Won't Make It Go Away, Jim Stanford, May 2019

April Holiday Cluster Highlights Income Losses From Reduced Penalty Rates, Jim Stanford, Apr 2019

Wages, Taxes and the Budget: How to Genuinely Improve Living Standards, Jim Stanford,Troy Henderson, Apr 2019

Economics 101 for the ABCC, Jim Stanford, Apr 2019

Budget 2019-20: Ooops, They Did It Again!, Jim Stanford, Apr 2019

Australia’s Economy Heads Into Election on a Weak Note, Jim Stanford, Mar 2019

A Historic Opportunity to Change Direction, Jim Stanford, Mar 2019

8 Things to Know About the Living Wage, Jim Stanford, Mar 2019

Turning ‘Gigs’ Into Decent Jobs Submission to: Inquiry into the Victorian On-Demand Workforce, Jim Stanford, Alison Pennington, Feb 2019

What’s a Million, Anyway? Australia’s 2013-18 Job Creation in Historical Perspective, Jim Stanford, Troy Henderson, Matt Grudnoff, Jan 2019

Job Creation Record Contradicts Tax-Cut Ideology, Jim Stanford, Jan 2019

Private Sector Wage Growth Still in Doldrums, Jim Stanford, Dec 2018

Workers’ Share of Economic Pie Shrinks Again, Jim Stanford, Dec 2018

New Book: The Wages Crisis in Australia, Jim Stanford, Nov 2018

Go Home on Time Day: Excessive Hours and Unpaid Overtime: 2018 Update, Jim Stanford, Nov 2018

A Secret Weapon in the Fight Against Financial Misconduct: Sectoral Collective Bargaining, Jim Stanford, Oct 2018

"Permanent Casuals," and Other Oxymorons, Jim Stanford, Oct 2018

Exploring the Decline in the Labour Share of GDP, Jim Stanford, Aug 2018

Infographic: The Shrinking Labour Share of GDP and Average Wages, Jim Stanford, Aug 2018

5 Possibly Surprising Insights on the Future of Work, Jim Stanford, Jul 2018

Four Views on Basic Income, Job Guarantees, and the Future of Work, Frances Flanagan, Troy Henderson, Ben Spies-Butcher, Jim Stanford, Aug 2018

Penalty Rates and Employment: One Year Later, Jim Stanford, Troy Henderson, Jul 2018

Centre for Future Work at #ACTUCongress18, Jim Stanford, Jul 2018

Advanced Skills for Advanced Manufacturing: Rebuilding Vocational Training in a Transforming Industry, Tanya Carney, Jim Stanford, Jun 2018

Insecure work: The New Normal, Jim Stanford, Jun 2018

The Dimensions of Insecure Work: A Factbook, Tanya Carney, Jim Stanford, May 2018

Raising the Bar, Jim Stanford, May 2018

A Comprehensive and Realistic Strategy for More and Better Jobs, Jim Stanford, May 2018

Wage Increases Beat Tax Cuts Any Day, Jim Stanford, May 2018

Restoring Dignity and Respect: Rebuilding NSW’s Workers Compensation System, Ian Watson, Jim Stanford, Apr 2018

A Portable Training Entitlement System for the Disability Support Services Sector, Rose Ryan, Jim Stanford, Apr 2018

Wages Crisis Has Obvious Solutions, Jim Stanford, Apr 2018

Innovation or Exploitation? Simulating Net Hourly Incomes of UberX Drivers, Jim Stanford, Mar 2018

The Difference Between Trade and 'Free Trade', Jim Stanford, Mar 2018

The Future of Work is What We Make It, Jim Stanford, Feb 2018

The Future of Transportation Work: Technology, Work Organization, and the Quality of Jobs, Jim Stanford, Matt Grudnoff, Jan 2018

Historical Data on the Decline in Australian Industrial Disputes, Jim Stanford, Jan 2018

NSW Workers’ Compensation Funding, Jim Stanford, Dec 2017

The Consequences of Wage Suppression for Australia's Superannuation System, Jim Stanford, Sep 2017

False Economies: The Unintended Consequences of NSW Public Sector Wage Restraint, Troy Henderson, Jim Stanford, Sep 2017

June GDP Numbers Confirm Lopsided Economy, Jim Stanford, Sep 2017

New Research Symposium on Work in the "Gig Economy", Frances Flanagan, Jim Stanford, Wayne Lewchuck, Andrew Stewart, Kate Minter, Aug 2017

Senate Testimony on Cutting Penalty Rates, Jim Stanford, Aug 2017

The Future of Work is What We Make It, Sarah Kaine, Jim Stanford, Jul 2017

Manufacturing: A Moment of Opportunity, Jim Stanford, Tom Swann, Jun 2017

Labour Share of Australian GDP Hits All-Time Record Low, Jim Stanford, Jun 2017

Penalty Rates, Minimum Wages, and Purchasing Power, Jim Stanford, Jun 2017

Of Levies, Profits, and Backstops: The Bank Tax in Context, Jim Stanford, Jun 2017

Tip of the Iceberg: Weekend Work and Penalty Pay in 108 Australian Industries., Jim Stanford, May 2017

Budget Wrap-Up, Jim Stanford, May 2017

Economists Debunk Job-Creation Claims of Penalty Rate Cut, Stephen Koukoulas, John Quiggin, Jim Stanford, Apr 2017

A "Transition" to Nowhere, Jim Stanford, Mar 2017

Penalty Rates and the Gender Pay Gap, Jim Stanford, Mar 2017

Principles for Effective Transitions in Carbon-Intensive Industries, Jim Stanford, Mar 2017

Self-Defeating Economics of the Penalty Rate Cut, Jim Stanford, Feb 2017

Economic Benefits of Paid Domestic Violence Leave, Jim Stanford, Dec 2016

The Economic, Fiscal, and Social Importance of Aluminium Manufacturing in Portland, Victoria, Jim Stanford, Dec 2016

Beyond Belief: Construction Labour and the Cost of Housing in Australia, Jim Stanford, Nov 2016

Excessive Hours and Unpaid Overtime: An Update, Tom Swann, Jim Stanford, Nov 2016

Auto Shutdown Will Deliver Another Economic Blow, Jim Stanford, Oct 2016

A Ringing but Ineffective Defence of Globalization, Jim Stanford, Oct 2016

Penny Wise and Pound Foolish The Economic and Fiscal Costs of Offshoring Public Procurement, Jim Stanford, Aug 2016

The Flawed Economics of Cutting Penalty Rates, Jim Stanford, Aug 2016

Jobs and Growth... And a Few Hard Numbers A Scorecard on Economic Policy and Economic Performance, Jim Stanford, Jun 2016

Manufacturing (Still) Matters, Jim Stanford, Jun 2016

Looking for "Jobs and Growth": Six Infographics, Jim Stanford, Jun 2016

Jobs and Growth... and a Few Hard Numbers, Jun 2016

A Portrait of Employment Insecurity in Australia: Infographic, Jim Stanford, May 2016

6 Reasons to Be Skeptical of Debt-Phobia, May 2016

State Income Taxes Would Promote Inequality and Debt, Apr 2016


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