2014, English, Book, Illustrated edition: Geographic labour mobility [electronic resource] : research report / Productivity Commission. Australia. Productivity Commission

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  • 1 electronic text (xiii, 426 p. : ill., maps) : PDF file.
Published
  • Melbourne, Vic. : Productivity Commission, 2014.
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Geographic labour mobility research report /​ Productivity Commission.
Author
  • Australia. Productivity Commission
Published
  • Melbourne, Vic. : Productivity Commission, 2014.
Medium
  • [electronic resource] :
Physical Description
  • 1 electronic text (xiii, 426 p. : ill., maps) : PDF file.
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Summary
  • Geographic labour mobility is an important element of a well-functioning labour market. By improving matches between employers and workers, geographic labour mobility can contribute to economic efficiency and community wellbeing. This report was commissioned by the Federal Government to examine the role of geographic mobility in more detail. It investigates patterns of mobility, the key determinants of mobility, the effectiveness of market signals, and the major impediments to geographic labour mobility. This report presents the findings of the study and recommendations on how government can improve geographic labour mobility in Australia.
Contents
  • Overview
  • Recommendations and findings
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Conceptual framework
  • 3. Why is geographic labour mobility important?
  • 4. Labour demand in a changing economy
  • 5. Residential mobility
  • 6. Commuting
  • 7. Mobility and unemployment
  • 8. Impediments and enablers
  • 9. Employer strategies
  • 10. Government strategies
  • 11. Is there a problem?
  • 12. Broader policy settings
  • Appendix A. Public consultation
  • Appendix B. Measuring geographic labour mobility
  • Appendix C. Geographic settlement in Australia
  • Appendix D. Econometric modelling of the decision to migrate
  • Appendix E. Econometric modelling of regional migration.
Notes
  • "April 2014"
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 387-426)
  • Also issued in print.
Technical Details
  • Mode of access: via the internet.
Language
  • English
ISBN
  • 9781740374804
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