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Papers from the NLC Conference 2008 - A Decade of the Life Course

Baxter, Janeen and Hewitt, B. 2005. Paying for housework: Resources, demand and attitudes. 9th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, February 2005.

Baxter, Janeen, Hewitt, B. and Haynes, M. 2004. Transitions through the lifecourse and time spent on housework. 99th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, August 2004.

Baxter, Janeen and Gray, E. 2003. For richer or poorer: Women, men and marriage. Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, February 2003.

Baxter, Janeen 2001. Changes in the gender division of household labour in Australia. Social Policy Research Centre Conference, Sydney, 2001 and the International Sociological Association Research Committee (28th meeting), California, August 2001.

Baxter, Janeen 2001 and 2000. To marry or not to marry: The impact of marital status on the division of household labour. American Sociological Association Meeting, Ahaheim, August 2001 and The Australian Sociological Association Conference, Adelaide, 2000.

Baxter, Janeen 2000. Families in transition: Domestic labour patterns over the lifecourse. The Academy of Social Sciences Workshop, Adelaide, February 2000.

Baxter, Janeen 1998. The joys and justice of housework. Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, 1998.

Baxter, Janeen 1997. Relative fairness and the division of household work. The Australian Sociological Association Conference, Wollongong, 1997.

Baxter, Jennifer 2005. Transitions to work after Kindergarten. National Employment Services Association Conference, Sydney, July 2005.

Baxter, Jennifer 2005. Workforce transitions following childbearing in Australia. International Union for the Scientific Study of Population XXV International Population Conference, Tours, France, July 2005.

Baxter, Jennifer 2005. Returning to work following childbearing in Australia. Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, February 2005.

Breusch, T. and Mitchell, D. 2003. Income mobility of Australian families: Evidence from the NLC Panel. Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, February 2003.

Chalmers, J. and Hill, T. 2005. Part-time work and women's careers: Advancing or retreating? HILDA Survey Research Conference, Melbourne, September 2005.

de Vaus, D., Qu, L. and Weston, R. 2003. Does premarital cohabitation affect the chances of marriage lasting? Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, February 2003.

Evans, A. and Mitchell, D. 2003. Understanding the 'Multi-Generational Squeeze': The impact of delayed transitions to independence of young adults. International Research Conference on Social Security, Antwerp, May 2003.

Evans, A. 1998. Teenage childbearing and the lifecourse. The Australian Population Association Conference, Brisbane, October 1998.

Gray, E. 2000. How does having children in the household affect women and men's involvement in the paid labour force, and which workplace benefits are really useful for negotiating work and family life? The Australian Sociological Association Conference, Adelaide, December 2000.

Gray, E. 2000. Housework and childrearing tasks - How does men's and women's employment affect responsibility for household tasks? The Australian Population Association Conference, Melbourne, November 2000.

Gray, E. 2000. Colliding spheres: work and family initiatives, and parental realities. The Academy of Social Sciences Workshop, Adelaide, February 2000.

Gray, E. 2000. Labour force status and workplace povisions: Examining the relationship between work and parental involvement in couple families. The American Population Association Conference, Los Angeles, March 2000.

Gray, E. 2000. The impact of workplace experiences on parental involvement. American Psychosocial Conference Workshop, Los Angeles, March 2000.

Gray, E. 1999. Parental involvement in couple families in Australia. The Australian Sociological Association Conference, Melbourne, December 1999.

Gray, E. 1998. Childrearing - an analysis of its impact on labour force experience and household work for men and women. The Australian Population Association Conference, Brisbane, September 1998.

Hewitt, B., Western, M. and Baxter, Janeen 2002. Marriage and money: The impact of marriage on men's and women's earnings. The Australian Sociological Association Conference, Brisbane, 2002.

Jones, F. L. 1998. Expectations, experience and behaviour: Gender inequalities over the lifecourse. The Australian Sociological Association Conference, Brisbane, 1998.

McDonald, P. and Evans, A. 2003. Negotiating the lifecourse: Changes in individual and family transitions. Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, February 2003.

McDonald, P. and Evans, A. 2000. Longitudinal analysis of birth intentions. The Australian Sociological Association Conference, Adelaide, December 2000.

McDonald, P., Evans, A., Baxter, Janeen and Gray, E. 2000. The Negotiating the Lifecourse Survey experience: implications for HILDA. Panel Data and Policy Conference, Canberra, May 2000.

Mitchell, D. and van Wanrooy, B. 2007. Mismatch of working hours, retirement plans and social security provisions. 5th International Research Conference on Social Security, Warsaw, Poland, March 2007.

Mitchell, D. and Gray, E. 2004. Declining fertility: Intentions, attitudes and aspirations. The Australian Sociological Association Conference, Beechworth, December, 2004.

Preston, A. and Jefferson. T. 2002. The economics of labour markets and retirement provision: Baby boomers and gender differences in Australia. International Federation on Ageing - 6th Global Conference on Ageing, Perth, October 2002.

van Wanrooy, B. 2006. A desire for 9 to 5: Australians' preference for a standard working week. 888 Conference, Melbourne, June 2006.

van Wanrooy, B. 2004. Changes in working time preferences over the lifecourse. Australian Population Association 12th Biennial Conference, Canberra, September 2004.

Walter, M. 2003. Orientation to motherhood: Comparing the attitudes and values of sole and married mothers on the congruence of labour market participation and good motherhood. Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, February 2003.

Whitehouse, G. and Baird, M. 2004. Perceptions of unpaid parental leave in Australia. International Industrial Relations Association 5th Asian Regional Congress, Seoul, Korea, June 2004.