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Austen, S. 2004. Labour supply and the risk of divorce: An analysis of Australian data. The Australian Economic Review. 37 (2): 153-165.

Baxter, Janeen, Hewitt, B and Western, M. (2009). Domestic Outsourcing: Choice and Constraint in Hiring Household Help. Feminist Economics. 15 (1): 1-26.

Baxter, Janeen, Hewitt, B and Haynes, M. 2008. Life course transitions and housework: Marriage, parenthood and time on housework. Journal of Marriage and Family. 70 (May): 259-272.

Baxter, Janeen 2005. Guest editorial introduction. Australian Journal of Social Issues. 40 (4): 467-470.

Baxter, Janeen 2005. To marry or not to marry: Marital status and the household division of labour. Journal of Family Issues. 26: 300-321.

Baxter, Janeen 2002. Patterns of change and stability in the gender division of household labour in Australia, 1986-1997. Journal of Sociology. 38 (4): 399-424.

Baxter, Janeen 2001. Cohabitation vs marriage: Marital status and the division of household labour. Family Matters. 58 Autumn: 16-21.

Baxter, Janeen 2000. The joys and justice of housework. Sociology. 34 (4): 609-631.

Baxter, Janeen and Western, M. 1997. Women's satisfaction with the domestic division of labour. Family Matters. 47 Winter: 16-20.

Baxter, Jennifer 2005. Mother's employment transitions following childbirth. Family Matters. 71: 11-17.

Breusch, T. and Gray, E. 2006. Replicating a study of mothers' forgone earnings in Australia. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 31 (1-2): 107-125.

Breusch, T. and Gray, E. 2005. Negotiating the Life Course Survey: Introduction and perspective. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 8 (2): 111-119.

Chapman, B., Dunlop, Y., Gray, M., Liu, A. and Mitchell, D. 2001. The impact of children on the lifetime earnings of Australian women: Evidence from the 1990s. The Australian Economic Review. 34 (4): 373-389.

Cobb-Clark, D., Liu A. and Mitchell, D. 2000. Reassessing the role of child care costs in the work and care decisions of Australian families. Australian Bulletin of Labour. 26 (4): 197-215.

de Vaus, D. 2002. Fertility decline in Australia: a demographic context. Family Matters. 63: 14-21.

Evans, A. and Mitchell, D. (forthcoming). Understanding the 'Multi-Generational Squeeze': the impact of delayed transitions to independence of young adults. International Social Security Review.

Gray, E. and Evans, A. 2008. Do couples share income? Variation in the organisation of income in dual-earner households. Australian Journal of Social Issues. 43 (3): 441-457.

Gray, E. and Evans, A. 2005. Parity progression in Australia: What role does sex of existing children play? Australian Journal of Social Issues. 40 (4): 505-520.

Gray, E., McDonald, P. and Evans, A. 2003. Demographic data in Australia. The Australian Economic Review. 36 (2): 235-244.

Gray, E. 2002. What do we know about men's fertility levels in Australia? People and Place. 10 (4): 1-10.

Gray, E. 2001. Colliding spheres: Work and family initiatives, and parental realities. Just Policy. 24: 33-40.

Gray, E. 2000. Household work for men and women: Implications for future childrearing decisions. Journal of Australian Studies. 64: 85-97.

Gray, M. and Chapman, B. 2001. Foregone earnings - the hidden cost of children. Family Matters. 58: 4-9.

Hewitt, B., Baxter, Janeen and Western, M. 2006. Family, work and health: The impact of marriage, parenthood and employment on self-reported health of Australian men and women. Journal of Sociology. 42 March: 61-78.

Hewitt, B., Western, M. and Baxter, Janeen 2005. Marriage and money: The impact of marriage on men's and women's earnings. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 8 (2): 163-179.

Jefferson, T. and Preston, A. 2005. Australia's "other" gender wage gap: Baby boomers and compulsory superannuation accounts. Feminist Economics. 11 (2): 79-101.

Linsley, I. 2005. Causes of overeducation in the Australian labour market. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 8 (2): 121-143.

McDonald, P. and Baxter, Jennifer 2005. Home ownership among young people in Australia: In decline or just delayed? Australian Journal of Social Issues. 40 (4): 471-487.

May, M. 2008. "I didn't write the questions!" - Negotiating telephone survey questions on birth timing. Demographic Research. 18: 499-530.

May, M. 2007. Troubled conception. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. 30 (3): 32.1–32.19.

Meyer, R. 1999. Which Australians are having three or more children? People and Place. 7 (3): 31-38.

Mitchell, D. and Gray, E. 2007. Declining fertility: Intentions, attitudes and aspirations. Journal of Sociology. 43 (1) : 23-44.

Parker, R. 2006. Researching married and cohabiting couples: A step in the right direction. Family Matters. 74: 52-55.

van Wanrooy, B. 2005. Adapting to the lifecourse? Evaluating men and women's working-time preferences. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 8 (2): 145-162.

Walter, M. 2002. Working their way out of poverty? Sole motherhood, work, welfare and material well-being. Journal of Sociology. 38 (4): 361-380.

Western, M., Hewitt, B. and Baxter, Janeen 2005. Marriage and money: Variations across the earnings distribution. Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 8 (2): 163-179.

Whitehouse, G. 2005. Access to parental leave in Australia: Evidence from the Negotiating the Life Course Australian Journal of Social Issues. 40 (4): 489-503.