B. Bus, BA (Hons) Curtin; PhD Sydney
ARC Future Fellow
H04 - Merewether Building
The University of Sydney
NSW Australia 2006
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Mike has undertaken research on work, labour markets, skills development, occupational health and safety, and financial aspects of working life, including mortgage stress, superannuation and retirement. He has also written on the shifting of life course risks from employers and the state to workers and households and the growing role of financial markets in managing those risks. Previously, he was MBA Program Coordinator at the University of Wollongong. Mike holds a PhD in economics and has taught at universities in Australia and Europe.
ABC Radio PM
Dr Michael Rafferty has been interviewed by ABC Radio on the topic of the federal government's proposed changes to superannuation.
Dr Mike Rafferty has been interview by Fairfax Media over the federal government???s proposed changes to superannuation
Brief day in the sun for jobs growth 06 Dec 2012
The Age has interviewed Dr Michael Rafferty, Workplace Research Centre, on the softening employment outlook for 2013.
The Australian Financial Review
Dr Mike Rafferty has had a letter to the editor published in the Australian Financial Review, calling into question the points raised in an opinion editorial on independent contracting in the construction industry.
Work Life Balance 22 Nov 2012
ABC News 24
ABC News 24 has interviewed Dr Michael Rafferty, Workplace Research Centre, following the release of survey findings on Australian work-life balance.
This project will respond to the pressing need for greater understanding of the new socio-economic terrain of social risk shifting. The project will situate retirement financing within a discourse of risk shift to households and individuals, which is seeing social roles and identities tied, in cultural as well as monetary ways, into global finance.
ARC Federation Fellowship
- Finance and financial markets
- Corporate governance
- Transition economics
- International economics and business
- Political economy
- Monetary theory
- Australian economic policy
- Balance of Payments