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Yi-Ping Tseng
Yi-Ping Tseng
Associate Professor, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, University of
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Pet ownership is good for your health and saves public expenditure too: Australian and German longitudinal evidence
B Headey, M Grabka, J Kelley, P Reddy, YP Tseng
Australian Social Monitor 5 (4), 93-99, 2002
1342002
Individual placement and support for vocational recovery in first-episode psychosis: randomised controlled trial
E Killackey, K Allott, HJ Jackson, R Scutella, YP Tseng, J Borland, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 214 (2), 76-82, 2019
1052019
Entries and exits from homelessness: a dynamic analysis of the relationship between structural conditions and individual characteristics
G Johnson, R Scutella, Y Tseng, G Wood
AHURI Final Report Series-Project: The interrelationship between structural …, 2015
952015
Introducing ‘Journeys Home’
M Wooden, A Bevitt, A Chigavazira, N Greer, G Johnson, E Killackey, ...
Australian Economic Review 45 (3), 368-378, 2012
772012
A journey home: What drives how long people are homeless?
DA Cobb-Clark, N Herault, R Scutella, YP Tseng
Journal of Urban Economics 91, 57-72, 2016
762016
A second chance at education for early school leavers
C Polidano, D Tabasso, YP Tseng
Education Economics 23 (3), 358-375, 2015
712015
A randomized controlled trial of vocational intervention for young people with first‐episode psychosis: method
E Killackey, K Allott, SM Cotton, H Jackson, R Scutella, YP Tseng, ...
Early intervention in psychiatry 7 (3), 329-337, 2013
582013
Does' Work for the Dole'work?
J Borland, YP Tseng
532004
Does a minimum job search requirement reduce time on unemployment payments? Evidence from the jobseeker diary in Australia
J Borland, YP Tseng
ILR Review 60 (3), 357-378, 2007
522007
How do housing and labour markets affect individual homelessness?
G Johnson, R Scutella, YP Tseng, G Wood
Housing Studies 34 (7), 1089-1116, 2019
492019
Does a minimum job search requirement reduce time on unemployment payments? Evidence from the jobseeker diary in Australia
J Borland, YP Tseng
ILR Review 60 (3), 357-378, 2007
492007
Understanding lifetime homeless duration: investigating wave 1 findings from the Journeys Home project
R Scutella, G Johnson, J Moschion, YP Tseng, M Wooden
Australian Journal of Social Issues 48 (1), 83-110, 2013
472013
Does ‘Work for the Dole’work?: an Australian perspective on work experience programmes
J Borland, YP Tseng
Applied Economics 43 (28), 4353-4368, 2011
422011
Usual and preferred working hours in couple households
R Drago, YP Tseng, M Wooden
Journal of Family Studies 11 (1), 46-61, 2005
402005
Long-term Homelessness: Understanding the Challenge–12 Months Outcomes from the Journey to Social Inclusion Pilot Program
G Johnson, S Parkinson, Y Tseng, D Kuehnle
Johnson, G., Parkinson., S, Tseng, Y., & Kuehnle, D.,‘Long-Term Homelessness …, 2011
392011
The Effect of Financial Incentives on Labour Supply: Evidence for Lone Parents from Microsimulation and Quasi‐Experimental Evaluation*
L Cai, G Kalb, YP Tseng, H Vu
Fiscal studies 29 (2), 285-325, 2008
332008
Examining the relationship between structural factors, individual characteristics, and homelessness
G Johnson, R Scutella, Y Tseng, G Wood
Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Positioning Paper Series, 1-50, 2015
32*2015
Sustaining exits from long-term homelessness: A randomised controlled trial examining the 48 month social outcomes from the Journey to Social Inclusion pilot program
G Johnson, D Kuehnle, S Parkinson, S Sesa, YP Tseng
Johnson, G., Kuehnle, D., Parkinson, S., Sesa, S., & Tseng, Y.,'Sustaining …, 2014
322014
Experimental and quasi-experimental methods of microeconomic program and policy evaluation
J Borland, R Wilkins, YP Tseng
Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, 2005
312005
Reliance on income support in Australia: Prevalence and persistence
YP Tseng, R Wilkins
Economic Record 79 (245), 196-217, 2003
302003
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