Understanding and preventing workforce vulnerabilities in midlife and beyond
This study examines mature aged people's lived experience, pathways and outcomes of involuntary non-participation or underparticipation in paid work.
Chief investigators: Professor Alan Duncan, Professor Simon Biggs
Partner investigators: Dr Dina Bowman, Dr Helen Kimberley
Research fellow: Dr Michael McGann
PhD student: Arti Appanah
ARC linkage study with Jobs Australia, Curtin University, University of Melbourne, NATSEM University of Canberra and the Brotherhood of St Laurence.
Michael McGann, Rachel Ong, Dina Bowman, Alan Duncan, Helen Kimberley, and Simon Biggs 2016, 'Gendered ageism in Australia: changing perceptions of age discrimination among older men and women', Economic Papers, Published online 26 September. DOI: 10.1111/1759-3441.12155
Simon Biggs, Michael McGann, Dina Bowman and Helen Kimberley 2016, 'Work, health and the commodification of life's time: reframing work–life balance and the promise of a long life', Ageing and Society, FirstView article, published online 23 May.
Michael McGann, Helen Kimberley, Dina Bowman and Simon Biggs 2016, 'The netherworld between work and retirement', Social Policy and Society, FirstView article, published online 3 June.
Dina Bowman, Michael McGann, Helen Kimberley and Simon Biggs 2016, 'Rusty, invisible and threatening: ageing, capital and employability', Work Employment & Society, first published online 7 June
Dina Bowman, Michael McGann, Helen Kimberley and Simon Biggs 2016, 'Activation and active ageing? Mature-age jobseekers' experience of employment services', Social Policy and Society, FirstView article, published online 20 June.