Current working papers
Sainbury, T., R. Breunig and T. Watson (2022), “COVID-19 Private Pension Withdrawals and Unemployment Tenures”
Breunig, R., N. Deutscher and S. Hamilton (2022), “Hundreds and Thousands: bunching at positive, salient tax balances and the cost of reducing tax liabilities”
Chien, C-H., R. Breunig and A. Welsh (2022), “Firm-level dynamics and aggregate productivity: Australian evidence using linked employer-employee data”
Lancsar, E, E. Huynh, J. Swait, R. Breunig, C. Mitton, M. Kirk and C. Donaldson (2021), “Preparing for pandemics – multi-national health and economic tradeoffs”
Zhang, J. and R. Breunig (2021), “Gender Norms and Domestic Abuse: Evidence from Australia”
Wokker, C., A. Wiskich and R. Breunig (2020), “Resource rents, political rights and civil liberties” . “CAMA Working Paper 16/2020.
Biddle, N., R. Breunig and F. Markham (2019), “Describing the top of the income distribution in Australia (PDF, 553KB)”. Centre for Social Research Methods Working Paper, Number 4/2019.
Breunig, R., B. Edwards, S. Hasan and B. Hunter (2017), “Natural disasters and financial stress in agricultural areas”
Breunig, R. and M-H. Wong (2008), “An Improved Productivity Decomposition Approach to Understand Firm Dynamics and Aggregate Growth. (PDF,122KB)”