Peter Siminski
Peter Siminski
Professor of Economics, University of Technology, Sydney
Verified email at uts.edu.au - Homepage
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Why patients attend emergency departments for conditions potentially appropriate for primary care: reasons given by patients and clinicians differ
M Masso, AJ Bezzina, P Siminski, R Middleton, K Eagar
Emergency Medicine Australasia 19 (4), 333-340, 2007
862007
Patterns of disability and norms of participation through the life course: Empirical support for a social model of disability
P Siminski
Disability & Society 18 (6), 707-718, 2003
732003
College party culture and sexual assault
JM Lindo, P Siminski, ID Swensen
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 10 (1), 236-65, 2018
722018
The availability of foster carers
M McHugh, J McNab, C Smyth, J Chalmers, P Siminski, P Saunders
Social Policy Research Centre. University of New South Wales, 2004
662004
Home ownership and inequality: Imputed rent and income distribution in Australia
P Saunders, P Siminski
Economic Papers: A journal of applied economics and policy 24 (4), 346-367, 2005
582005
Order effects in batteries of questions
P Siminski
Quality and Quantity 42 (4), 477, 2008
552008
Primary care presentations at emergency departments: rates and reasons by age and sex
P Siminski, AJ Bezzina, LP Lago, K Eagar
Australian Health Review 32 (4), 700-709, 2008
482008
The effect of motherhood on wages and wage growth: evidence for Australia
T Livermore, J Rodgers, P Siminski
Economic Record 87, 80-91, 2011
412011
Primary care patients' views on why they present to Emergency Departments: Inappropriate attendances or inappropriate policy?
P Siminski, S Cragg, R Middleton, M Masso, L Lago, J Green, K Edgar
Australian Journal of Primary Health 11 (2), 87-95, 2005
352005
New estimates of intergenerational mobility in Australia
S Mendolia, P Siminski
Economic Record 92 (298), 361-373, 2016
332016
Employment effects of army service and veterans' compensation: evidence from the Australian Vietnam-era conscription lotteries
P Siminski
Review of Economics and Statistics 95 (1), 87-97, 2013
332013
Breaking the link between legal access to alcohol and motor vehicle accidents: evidence from New South Wales
JM Lindo, P Siminski, O Yerokhin
Health economics 25 (7), 908-928, 2016
322016
If men do more housework, do their wives have more babies?
L Craig, P Siminski
Social Indicators Research 101 (2), 255-258, 2011
312011
The front line of social capital creation–A natural experiment in symbolic interaction
R Patulny, P Siminski, S Mendolia
Social Science & Medicine 125, 8-18, 2015
302015
Foster carers in New South Wales: Profile and projections based on ABS Census data
P Siminski, J Chalmers, M McHugh
302005
Men's housework, women's housework, and second births in Australia
L Craig, P Siminski
Social Politics 17 (2), 235-266, 2010
292010
Reviewing the intertemporal consistency of ABS household income data through comparisons with external aggregates
P Siminski, P Saunders, B Bradbury
Australian Economic Review 36 (3), 333-349, 2003
292003
Assessing the quality and inter-temporal comparability of ABS household income distribution survey data
P Siminski, P Saunders, S Waseem, J Chalmers
232003
The effect of supplemental instruction on academic performance: An encouragement design experiment
AR Paloyo, S Rogan, P Siminski
Economics of Education Review 55, 57-69, 2016
222016
Long-run mortality effects of Vietnam-era army service: evidence from Australia's conscription lotteries
P Siminski, S Ville
American Economic Review 101 (3), 345-49, 2011
222011
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