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Troy Henderson
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Between universalism and targeting: Exploring policy pathways for an Australian Basic Income
B Spies-Butcher, B Phillips, T Henderson
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 31 (4), 502-523, 2020
242020
Real freedom for all revisited–Normative justifications of basic income
T Henderson
Basic Income Studies 12 (1), 20160022, 2017
132017
Trade unions and basic income
T Henderson, J Quiggin
The Palgrave International Handbook of Basic Income, 493-505, 2019
122019
The four-day workweek as a policy option for Australia
T Henderson
Journal of Australian Political Economy, The, 119-142, 2014
92014
Under the employer’s eye: electronic monitoring and surveillance in Australian workplaces
T Henderson, T Swann, J Stanford
Centre for Future Work, 2018
82018
False Economies: The Unintended Consequences of NSW Public Sector Wage Restraint
T Henderson, J Stanford
Centre for Future Work, Sydney, 2017
82017
Stepping stones to an Australian basic income
B Spies-Butcher, T Henderson
Implementing a Basic Income in Australia: Pathways Forward, 163-178, 2019
72019
Estimating the Mental Wealth of nations: valuing social production and investment
JA Occhipinti, J Buchanan, W Hynes, HA Eyre, K Tran, YJC Song, A Fels, ...
Nature Mental Health 1 (4), 247-253, 2023
62023
The consequences of fiscal austerity in Western Australia
C Murray, T Henderson
Centre for Future Work, 2018
52018
Public sector austerity and its spill-over effects
T Henderson
WAGES CRISIS, 115, 2018
52018
Liveable income guarantee
J Quiggin, E Klein, T Dunlop, T Henderson, J Goodall
Policy Brief 4, 2020, 2020
32020
The same mistake twice: the self-defeating consequences of public sector pay freezes
T Henderson, J Stanford
APO: Analysis & Policy Observatory, 2020
32020
What's a million, anyway?
J Stanford, T Henderson, M Grudnoff
Centre for Future Work, 2019
32019
The principles, benefits and politics of a basic income scheme for Australia
T Henderson
Revisiting Henderson: Poverty, social security and basic income, 357-376, 2019
32019
Penalty rates and employment: one year later
J Stanford, T Henderson
APO: Analysis & Policy Observatory, 2018
32018
The Economic Importance of Public Services in Regional Communities in NSW
T Henderson
Centre for Future Work, Sydney, 2018
32018
Basic Income as a Policy Option for Australia
T Henderson
University of Sydney, 2021
22021
Briefing Note: Penalty Rates and Employment: One Year Later
J Stanford, T Henderson
Centre for Future Work July, 2018
22018
Towards Basic Income in Australia
B Spies-Butcher, T Henderson
A Submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Future of Work and Workers, 2018
22018
Excessive hours, unpaid overtime and the future of work: an update
T Henderson, T Swann
Centre for Future Work, 2017
22017
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