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Australian attitudes to gender roles are becoming more progressive, but these views are not translating into real change in the home and workplace, according to the latest release of the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey.

Medical specialists are increasingly bulk-billing and providing more services to patients but their median hourly earnings are increasing at a slower rate than wage growth in the broader economy, according to the ANZ-Melbourne Institute Health Sector Report.

Power does not turn everyone into a tyrant but, when given to those who want it most, it can inflate narcissism, according to new University of Melbourne research.

Two University of Melbourne students have been named Schwarzman Scholars in the third cohort of the highly competitive program that offers selected students the opportunity to complete a one-year Masters in Global Affairs at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

Women paid the minimum award wage earn 10 per cent less than their male counterparts, new research from the University of Melbourne has found.

A new research centre opening on Wednesday November 29 at the University of Melbourne will strengthen research into the fast-growing areas of behavioural and experimental economics.

Victorian primary school students supported through a targeted disability program are more likely to be exempted from sitting NAPLAN, new research shows.

University of Melbourne graduate James Maccarrone has been awarded the 2018 Victorian Rhodes Scholarship for postgraduate study at the University of Oxford.

Charging drivers at peak times could be the best way to help ease Melbourne’s traffic woes, according to new research by the University of Melbourne.

Trading of shares and other financial instruments on decentralised or “dark” markets has no effect on the transparency of price information or the way in which those prices are determined, according to new research by the University of Melbourne.

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