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Emmison, Michael, Boreham, Paul and Clegg, Stewart (1987) Against antinomies: For a post-Marxist politics. Thesis Eleven, 18-19 1: 124-142. doi:10.1177/072551368701800109 49   0
Boreham, Paul, Povey, Jenny and Tomaszewski, Wojtek (2013) An alternative measure of social wellbeing: analysing the key conceptual and statistical components of quality of life. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 48 2: 151-172. 61 24 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Head, Brian, Ferguson, Michele, Cherney, Adrian and Boreham, Paul (2014) Are policy-makers interested in social research? Exploring the sources and uses of valued information among public servants in Australia. Policy and Society, 33 2: 89-101. doi:10.1016/j.polsoc.2014.04.004 100   2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 23
Boreham, Paul, Laffan, Warren, Johnston, John, Southwell, Jenni and Tighe, Margaret (2006) A responsible gambling strategy for older Queenslanders: Final Report St. Lucia, Australia: The University of Queensland Social Research Centre 92  
Pitt, Rachael, Taloo, Sam, Chesters, Jennifer, Boreham, Paul, Laffan, Warren and Meacham, S. (2007) Australia's medical research workforce: Employment conditions and career structures. , University of Queensland Social Research Centre, University of Queensland. 114  
Boreham, Paul (2007). Corporatism. In Brian Galligan and Winsome Roberts (Ed.), The Oxford companion to Australian politics (pp. 139-140) South Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press. 112  
Haynes, Michele, Yu, Laurel, Laffan, Warren, Boreham, Paul, Western, Mark and Chesters, Jenny (2007) Employer survey of family friendly working conditions. Report to Department of Employment and Workplace Relations St Lucia, Qld, Australia: The University of Queensland Social Research Centre 198  
Boreham, Paul R. (2000). Employment and unemployment: Politics and the future of work in Australia. In Paul Boreham, Geoffrey Stokes and Richard Hall (Ed.), The politics of Australian society: Political issues for the new century (pp. 265-285) Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education. 127  
Manathunga, Catherine, Pitt, Rachael, Cox, Laura, Boreham, Paul, Mellick, George and Lant, Paul (2012) Evaluating industry-based doctoral research programs: Perspectives and outcomes of Australian Cooperative Research Centre graduates. Studies in Higher Education, 37 7: 843-858. doi:10.1080/03075079.2011.554607 166   0 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 4
Dever, Maryanne, Laffan, Warren, Boreham, Paul, Behrens , Karin, Haynes, Michele, Western, Mark and Kubler, Matthias (2008) Gender differences in early post-PhD employment in Australian Universities: The influence of PhD experience on women's academic careers: Final report St Lucia, Qld, Australia: University of Queensland 337  
Boreham, Paul, 1947- (1970). Individual and organizational effectiveness: a study of white-collar workers Honours Thesis, School of Economics, The University of Queensland. 36 2
Boreham, Paul (2007). Industrial relations. In Brian Galligan and Winsome Roberts (Ed.), The Oxford companion to Australian politics (pp. 272-275) South Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press. 69  
Boreham, Paul (2004). Introduction to part 3: Political issues and public policies. In Paul Boreham, Geoffrey Stokes and Richard Hall (Ed.), The politics of Australian society: Political issues for the new century 2nd ed. (pp. 241-245) Frenchs Forest, N.S.W., Australia: Pearson Education. 48  
Tomaszewski, Wojtek, Boreham, Paul, Jones, Andrew and Povey, Jenny-Louise (2012). Living environment and wellbeing: the effects of housing and local area disadvantage. In: 12th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (). 25-27 July 2012. 42 2
Boreham, Paul R. and Povey, Jenny (2010). Measuring social wellbeing in Queensland. In: Social Wellbeing in Queensland Conference 2010, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, (). 15 June 2010. 50  
Boreham, Paul R., Parker, R., Thompson, P. and Hall, R. New technology @ work. London, U.K.; New York, U,S.A.: Routledge, 2008. 109 3
Kavallaris, Maria, Meachem, Sarah J., Hullet, Mark D., West, Catherine M., Pitt, Rachael E., Chesters, Jennifer J., Laffan, Warren S., Boreham, Paul R. and Khachigian, Levon M. (2008) Perceptions in health and medical research careers: The Australian Society for Medical Research Workforce Survey. Medical Journal of Australia, 188 9: 520-524. 108   7 Cited 9 times in Scopus9
Cherney, Adrian, Head, Brian, Boreham, Paul, Povey, Jenny and Ferguson, Michele (2012) Perspectives of academic social scientists on knowledge transfer and research collaborations: a cross-sectional survey of Australian academics. Evidence and Policy, 8 4: 433-453. doi:10.1332/174426412X660098 160   4 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 18
Western, Mark, Boreham, Paul, Kubler, Matthias, Laffan, Warren, Western, John, Lawson, Alan and Clague, Denise (2007) PhD graduates 5 to 7 Years out: Employment outcomes, job attributes and the quality of research training: FINAL REPORT (Revised) Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: The University of Queensland Social Research Centre (UQSRC) 1001  
Stokes, Geoffrey, Boreham, Paul and Hall, Richard (2004). Political ideas, institutions and policies: A critical overview. In Paul Boreham, Geoffrey Stokes and Richard Hall (Ed.), The politics of Australian society: Political issues for the new century 2nd ed. (pp. 1-16) Frenchs Forest, N.S.W., Australia: Pearson Education. 313 515
Arts, Dionne, Pitt, Rachael, Laffan, Warren, Boreham, Paul, Hundt, David and Caniglia, Fiona (2006) Poverty in Queensland. J6027, The University of Queensland Social Research Centre (UQSRC), The University of Queensland. 157  
Boreham, Paul R., Arts, Dionne, Pitt, Rachael, Laffan, Warren S., Hundt, David and Caniglia, Fiona (2006) Poverty in Queensland. Report to the Queensland Council of Social Services St Lucia, Australia: The University of Queensland Social Research Centre 536  
Southwell, Jenni, Boreham, Paul R. and Laffan, Warren S. (2008) Problem gambling and the circumstances facing older people: A study of gaming machine players aged 60+ in licensed clubs. Journal of Gambling Studies, 24 2: 151-174. doi:10.1007/s10899-007-9079-z 123   10 Cited 15 times in Scopus15 0
McCrea, Rod, Boreham, Paul and Ferguson, Michele (2011) Reducing work-to-life interference in the public service: The importance of participative management as mediated by other work attributes. Journal of Sociology, 47 3: 313-332. doi:10.1177/1440783311407946 62   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 3
Cherney, Adrian, Head, Brian, Boreham, Paul, Povey, Jenny and Ferguson, Michele (2013) Research Utilization in the Social Sciences: A Comparison of Five Academic Disciplines in Australia. Science Communication, 35 6: 780-809. doi:10.1177/1075547013491398 120 8 1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 4
Haynes, Michele A., Higginson, Angela, Probert, William J. M. and Boreham, Paul (2011). Social determinants and regional disparity of unemployment duration in Australia: A multilevel approach. In: 2011 HILDA Survey Research Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (1-31). 14-15 July 2011. 149 1
Western, Mark, Boreham, Paul, Laffan, Warren, Haynes, Michele, Chesters, Jenny, Tighe, Meg and Arts, Dionne (2005) Survey of International Students' spending in Australia: Report to the Department of Education, Science & Training St. Lucia, Qld, Australia: University of Queensland Social Research Centre 845  
Povey, Jenny, Boreham, Paul and Tomaszewski, Wojtek (2013) The development of a new multi-faceted model of social wellbeing: does income level make a difference?. Journal of Sociology, Article in press . doi:10.1177/1440783313507491 28   0
Boreham, Paul R. and Van Gellecum, Yolanda (2009) The impact of Australia's Retirement Incomes System on women's retirement incomes: A literature review Brisbane: Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) 40  
Boreham, Paul (2004). The labour market and the future of employment. In Paul Boreham, Geoffrey Stokes and Richard Hall (Ed.), The politics of Australian society: Political issues for the new century 2nd ed. (pp. 296-318) Frenchs Forest, N.S.W., Australia: Pearson Education. 363 490
Boreham, Paul and Laffan, W. (2007) The medical brain drain in Australia. : 85  
Boreham, Paul and Hall, Richard (2005). Theorising the State and economic democracy. In Bill Harley, Jeff Hyman and Paul Thompson (Ed.), Participation and democracy at work: Essays in honour of Harvie Ramsay (pp. 222-246) Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, U.K.; New York, U.S.A.: Palgrave. 282 233
Cherney, Adrian, Head, Brian, Povey, Jenny, Boreham, Paul and Ferguson, Michele (2013) The utilisation of social science research - the perspectives of academic researchers in Australia. Journal of Sociology, . doi:10.1177/1440783313505008 111 6 2
Boreham, Paul (2001). Trade Unions, Industrial Relations, and Economic Policy Institutions: The Implications for Unemployment in the OECD Countries. Occasional paper: no 12. , Dept. of Human Resource Management, University of Strathclyde. 48  
Cherney, Adrian, Head, Brian, Povey, Jenny, Ferguson, Michele and Boreham, Paul (2014) Use of academic social research by public officials: exploring preferences and constraints that impact on research use. Evidence and Policy, . doi:10.1332/174426514X14138926450067 95 2 0
Boreham, Paul and Povey, Jenny (2011) Wellbeing in Queensland : Report of the Social Wellbeing Project Brisbane, Qld., Australia: The University of Queensland, Institute for Social Science Research 43  
Cherney, Adrian, Povey, Jenny, Head, Brian, Boreham, Paul and Ferguson, Michele (2012) What influences the utilisation of educational research by policy-makers and practitioners? - The perspectives of academic educational researchers. International Journal of Educational Research, 56 23-34. doi:10.1016/j.ijer.2012.08.001 245 9 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 1
Boreham, Paul, Hundt, David and Laffan, Warren (2006) Working life and social wellbeing. , University of Queensland Social Research Centre, The University of Queensland. 39