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Chesters, J. and Baxter, J. (2009). A means to an end or an end in itself? Job satisfaction in the Australian workforce. In: TASA 2009 Conference Proceedings: the future of sociology. The Australian Sociological Association 2009 Annual Conference, Canberra, Australia, (). 1-4 December 2009. 54  
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  
Chesters, J. and Western, J. S. (2008). Changes in Perceptions of Inequality 1987-2005. In: T. Majoribanks, J. Barraket, J-S. Chang, A. Dawson, A. Kenyon, R. Kokanovic, J. Lewis, D. Nolan, P. Pyett, R. Robins., Pyett, P., D. Warr and J. Wyn, Re-imagining Society. The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association, The University of Melbourne, (2-19). 2 - 5 December 2008. 80  
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  
Western, M., Laffan, W., Haynes, M., Southwell, J., Arts, D., Chesters, J. and Tighe, M. (2006) Final Report of the Supplementary Survey of ELICOS Students' Spending. Prepared for the Department of Education, Science and Training St Lucia, Brisbane: The University of Queensland Social Research Centre 282  
Chesters, J., Baxter, J. and Western, M. (2006). Has the decline of the male breadwinner family impacted on the division of domestic labour in Australia?. In: The Australian Sociological Association 2006 Annual Conference, Perth, Australia, (). 5-7 December, 2006. 29  
Chesters, J. (2009). Has the effect of parents' education on child's education changed over time?. In: Lockie, Stewart, Bissell, David, Greig, Alastair, Hynes, Maria, Marsh, David, Saha, Larry, Sikora, Joanna and Woodman, Dan, The Future of Sociology. The Australian Sociological Association 2009 Annual Conference, Canberra, (1-16). 1st - 4th December 2009. 61  
Western, M., Baxter, J. and Chesters, J. (2007). How are families managing?. In D. Denemark, G. Meagher, S. Wilson, M. C. Western and T. Phillips (Ed.), Australian social Attitudes 2: Citzenship, Work and Aspirations (pp. 241-261) Sydney, NSW: UNSW Press. 111 8
Western, John and Chesters, Jenny (2008). Market liberalisation and increasing social inequality in Australia: Facts and perceptions. In: Inequality Beyond Globalization: Economic Changes and the Dynamics of Inequality: ISA-RC02 Midterm Conference, Neuchatel, Switzerland, (). 26-28 June 2008. 94  
Western, Mark C., Baxter, Janeen H., Pakulski, J, Tranter, Bruce, Western, John S., Van Egmond, Marcellinus H., Jennifer Chesters, Amanda Hosking, Martin O'Flaherty and Yolanda Van Gellecum (2007) Neoliberalism, inequality and politics: The changing face of Australia. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 42 3: 401-418. 690 3 20 Cited 20 times in Scopus20
Chesters, J., Heartfield, M., Gilbert-Hunt, S., Jones, M., Moran, M. and Murphy, K. (2008). On the road to collaborative practice: the Australasian Interprofessional Practice and Education Network AIPPEN. In: All Together Better Health IV Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, (). 1-5 June 2008. 48  
Chesters, Jennifer, Baxter, Janeen and Western, Mark (2008). Paid and unpaid Work in Australian households: Towards an understanding of the new gender division of labour. In: Families through life: 10th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference Proceedings. 10th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (1-24). 9-11 July 2008. 158  
Chesters, Jenny, Baxter, Janeen and Western, Mark (2009) Paid and unpaid work in Australian households: Trends in the gender division of labour, 1986-2005. Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 12 1: 89-108. 220 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. 109   7 Cited 9 times in Scopus9
Baxter, Janeen and Chesters, Jenny (2011) Perceptions of work family balance: How effective are family friendly policies?. Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 14 2: 139-151. 87 7
Jennifer Chesters, Martin O'Flaherty and Western, John S. (2007). Social Class and the Rise of the Self-Employed. In: Proceedings of TASA & SAANZ Joint Conference 2007. TASA & SAANZ Joint Conference 2007, Auckland New Zealand, (1-8). 4-7 December 2007. 77  
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 853  
Boreham, P. R., Western, J. S., Laffan, W. S., Durrington, D. A., Arts, D.A.G., Tighe, M. A. and Chesters, J. J. (2005) Survey of NHMRC Research Workforce Outcomes: 1992-2002: Report to the National Health and Medical Research Council, Department of Health and Ageing St. Lucia, Qld, Australia: The University of Queensland Social Research Centre (UQSRC) 60  
Jennifer Chesters, Baxter, Janeen H. and Western, Mark C. (2007). The gender gap in housework hours: Convergence or divergence in Australia, 1986 and 2005?. In: B. Curtis, S. Matthewman and T. McIntosh, TASA 2007 Conference Proceedings: Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons. The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) and the Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ) Joint Conference 2007, Auckland, New Zealand, (1-8). 5-8 December, 2007. 295