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Longitudinal Study: HILDA
Title: Experimental Estimates of Indigenous Employment from Administrative Data
Authors: Kapuscinski, Cezary 
Thomson, Kyle 
Publication Date: Aug-2014
Pages: 139-161
Keywords: Transition probabilities between labour states
HILDA data
Closing the Gap
Indigenous disadvantage
Indigenous employment
Abstract: In this paper we test a ‘proof of concept’ to remedy the lack of timely data on Indigenous labour market outcomes. We utilize Centrelink administrative data and the HILDA survey data to estimate a forecasting equation of the employment to population ratio of Indigenous Australians. In doing so we examine the probabilities of Income Support Recipients and the general population transiting from one labour market state to another. We conclude the paper by discussing the experimental time-series estimates of employment to population ratio of Indigenous Australians derived from our forecasting equation.
ISBN: 1328-1143
Keywords: Culture -- Indigenous; Employment; Income & Finance -- Poverty and disadvantage
Research collection: Journal Articles
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