We analysed unique large-scale survey data from the Australian Graduate Survey to identify the factors underlying the deteriorating labour market outcomes of international graduates from 2000
This paper explores the composition and labour market outcomes of overseas graduates who remained in Australia after graduation with a particular focus on the two largest source countries, China and India.
This chapter examines the role of internal migration in lowering the likelihood of overseas graduates experiencing an education-job mismatch.
This paper investigates the human capital implications of a policy change resulting from the introduction of the 485 graduate visa in Australia in 2007.
This chapter explores the spatial patterns of overseas graduates in Australia between six and eighteen months after graduation.