Barbara Broadway nee Hanel
Barbara Broadway nee Hanel
Research Fellow
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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The timing of retirement—New evidence from Swiss female workers
B Hanel, RT Riphahn
Labour economics 19 (5), 718-728, 2012
118*2012
Financial incentives to postpone retirement and further effects on employment—Evidence from a natural experiment
B Hanel
Labour Economics 17 (3), 474-486, 2010
1072010
Explaining the socio-economic status school completion gap
C Polidano, B Hanel, H Buddelmeyer
Education Economics 21 (3), 230-247, 2013
75*2013
The employment of mothers–recent developments and their determinants in east and west germany
B Hanel, RT Riphahn
Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik 232 (2), 146-176, 2012
532012
PPL Evaluation Final Report
B Martin, M Baird, M Brady, B Broadway, B Hewitt, G Kalb, L Strazdins, ...
292015
The effect of disability pension incentives on early retirement decisions
B Hanel
Labour Economics 19 (4), 595-607, 2012
232012
Nurses’ labour supply elasticities: the importance of accounting for extensive margins
B Hanel, G Kalb, A Scott
Journal of health economics 33, 94-112, 2014
222014
The impact of paid maternity leave rights on labour market outcomes
B Hanel
Economic Record 89 (286), 339-366, 2013
182013
Immigrant wage and employment assimilation: A comparison of methods
DA Cobb-Clark, B Broadway, D McVicar
Melbourne Institute Working Paper, 2012
162012
Do financial incentives influence GPs' decisions to do after‐hours work? A discrete choice labour supply model
B Broadway, G Kalb, J Li, A Scott
Health economics 26 (12), e52-e66, 2017
142017
The impact of paid parental leave on labour supply and employment outcomes
B Broadway, GRJ Kalb, D McVicar, B Martin
IZA Discussion Paper, 2016
112016
Behind closed doors: the surge in mental distress of parents
B Broadway, S Méndez, J Moschion
Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, 2020
102020
PPL evaluation
University of Queensland. Institute for Social Science Research, B Martin, ...
Department of Social Services, 2015
82015
Keep calm and consume? Subjective uncertainty and precautionary savings
B Broadway, JP Haisken-DeNew
Journal of Economics and Finance 43 (3), 481-505, 2019
72019
The effect of paid parental leave on child health in australia
B Broadway, GRJ Kalb, D Kuehnle, M Maeder
Melbourne Institute Working Paper, 2015
62015
Paid parental leave evaluation: final report
B Martin, M Baird, M Brady, B Broadway, B Hewitt, G Kalb, L Strazdins, ...
Brisbane: Institute of Social Science Research, 2014
62014
Probing the effects of the Australian system of minimum wages on the gender wage gap
B Broadway, R Wilkins
Melbourne Institute Working Paper, 2017
52017
Paid parental leave and child health in Australia
B Broadway, G Kalb, D Kuehnle, M Maeder
Economic Record 93 (301), 214-237, 2017
42017
Paid parental leave evaluation
B Martin, M Baird, M Brady, B Broadway, B Hewitt, G Kalb
Final report. Prepared for Australian Government Department of Social …, 2014
42014
Nurses' labour supply elasticities: The importance of accounting for extensive margins
B Broadway, GRJ Kalb, A Scott
Melbourne Institute Working Paper, 2012
42012
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