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Marks, June, Martin, Bill and Zadoroznyj, Maria (2006) Acceptance of water recycling in Australia: National baseline data. Water, 33 2: 151-157. 787   Cited 30 times in Scopus30
King, Debra and Martin, Bill (2009). Caring for profit? The impact of for-profit providers on the quality of jobs in paid care. In Debra King and Gabrielle Meagher (Ed.), Paid Care in Australia: Profits, Politics and Practices (pp. 113-143) Sydney (NSW): Sydney University Press. 33  
Martin, Bill and Healy, Josh (2009) Changing work organisation and skill requirements. Australian Bulletin of Labour, 35 2: 393-437. 44  
Martin, Bill (2007). Cultures of work : Do Australians all have the same goals?. In David Denemark, Gabrielle Meagher, Shaun Wilson, Mark Western and Timothy Phillips (Ed.), Australian social attitudes 2 : Citizenship, work and aspirations (pp. 125-146) Sydney (NSW): UNSW Press. 37  
Martin, Bill, Phillips, Rhonda and Xiang, Ning (2012) Developing an effective homelessness workforce St Lucia, QLD Australia: The University of Queensland, The Institute for Social Science Research 52 3
Whitehouse, Gillian, Hewitt, Belinda, Martin, Bill and Baird, Marian (2013) Employer-paid maternity leave in Australia: a comparison of uptake and duration in 2005 and 2010. Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 16 3: 311-327. 68  
Martin, Bill and Moskos, Megan (2007) Evaluative research report: Final report to the Independent Gambling Authority Adelaide, Australia: Independent Gambling Authority 44 11
Martin,Bill (2007) Good jobs, bad jobs? Understanding the quality of aged care jobs, and why it matters. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 42 2: 183-187. 62   7 Cited 8 times in Scopus8
Martin, Bill and Pixley, Jocelyn (2005). How Australians feel about their work?. In Shaun Wilson, Gabrielle Meagher, Rachel Gibson, David Denemark and Mark Western (Ed.), Australian Social Attitudes: The First Report (pp. 42-61) Sydney, NSW, Australia: University of New South Wales Press. 36  
Marks, June, Martin, Bill and Zadoroznyj, Maria (2008) How Australians order acceptance of recycled water: National baseline data. Journal of Sociology, 44 1: 83-99. doi:10.1177/1440783307085844 80 1 17 Cited 19 times in Scopus19 0
Lee, Mary Dean, Sargent, Leisa, Zikic, Jelena and Martin, Bill (2010) Human Relations special issue call for papers Reinventing retirement: New pathways, new arrangements, new meanings. Human Relations, 63 11: 1811-1812. doi:10.1177/00187267100630110702 67   0 0
Martin, Bill (2005) Managers after the era of organizational restructuring: towards a second managerial revolution. Work, Employment and Society, 19 4: 747-760. doi:10.1177/0950017005058058 39 5 6 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0
Martin, Bill, Hewitt, Belinda, Baird, Marian, Baxter, Janeen, Heron, Alexandra, Whitehouse, Gillian, Zadoroznyj, Maria, Xiang, Ning, Broom, Dorothy, Connelly, Luke, Jones, Andrew, Kalb, Guyonne, McVicar, Duncan, Strazdins, Lyndall, Walter, Margaret, Western, Mark and Wooden, Mark (2012) Paid parental leave evaluation: Phase 1. Occasional Papers Series, 44: . 121 16
Sargent, Leisa D., Lee, Mary Dean, Martin, Bill and Zikic, Jelena (2013) Reinventing retirement: new pathways, new arrangements, new meanings. Human Relations, 66 1: 3-21. doi:10.1177/0018726712465658 36 1 2 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 3
King, Debra, Martin, Bill, Dwyer, Judith, Healy, Josh, Owada, Kei, Smith, Llainey, Sun, Lulu, Van Deth, Arthur, Wainer, Joanne and Willis, Eileen (2008) Review of the Gynaecological Cancers Workforce, Report for Cancer Australia : 30  
Martin, Bill (2009) Skill acquisition and use across the life course: Current trends, future prospects. Australian Bulletin of Labour, 35 1: 287-325. 54 2
Bill Martin and Healy, Josh (2010) Who works in community services? A profile of Australian workforces in child protection, juvenile justice, disability services and general community services Adelaide, SA, Australia: National Institute of Labour Studies 94  
Martin, Bill and Healy, Josh (2010) Who works in Community Services? A profile of Australian work forces in child protection, juvenile justice, disability services and general community services, Report to Community and Disability Services Ministers Advisory Council : 30