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1512007Do Economies of Scale Exist in Australian Local Government?: A Review of the Research EvidenceByrnes, Joel; Dollery, Brian Edward ; Allan, Percy1-May-2009
1522005Understanding the Education Choices of Public Sector Employees: The Relative Importance of Time and MoneyO'Keefe, Sue; Crase, Lin; Dollery, Brian Edward ; Maybery, Darryl23-Nov-2009
153Jan-2000An Empirical Examination of the Impact of Public Enterprise Reform on the South African Labour MarketDollery, Brian Edward ; Crase, Lin; Themeli, Booi23-Nov-2009
1542007Public Sector Workers' Willingness to Pay for Education and Training: a ComparisonO'Keefe, Sue; Crase, Lin; Dollery, Brian Edward 20-Nov-2009
1552012Religion and education: recent evidence from the United StatesKortt, Michael A ; Dollery, Brian E ; Pervan, Simon25-Oct-2011
1562007The economic significance of migration and remittances in TuvaluBoland, Stephen; Dollery, Brian Edward 7-Dec-2009
1572005Time and Money: Understanding the Education Choices of Working AustraliansO'Keefe, S; Crase, Lin; Dollery, Brian Edward 16-Jul-2012
1582007Does the reality of workplace training match the theory?: An analysis of public sector employees’ training decisionsO'Keefe, Sue; Crase, Lin Roland; Dollery, Brian Edward 9-Dec-2009
1592012Protestantism and Work Ethic: Evidence from AustraliaKortt, Michael A ; Dollery, Brian E ; Grant, Bligh 18-May-2012
1602008The Mirage of Municipal Self-Sufficiency: a taxonomic approach to local government sustainability in AustraliaDollery, Brian Edward ; Byrnes, Joel David; Crase, Lin Roland2-Dec-2010
1612015Mining and other industry contributions to employment leakage in Australia's Northern TerritoryBlackwell, Boyd ; Fischer, Andy; McFarlane, Jim ; Dollery, Brian E 1-Oct-2015
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