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  • Cost- and income-based measures of human capital

    Le, Trinh; Gibson, John; Oxley, Les (Wiley-Blackwell, 2003)
    Human capital is increasingly believed to play an important role in the growth process, however, adequately measuring its stock remains controversial. In this paper three general approaches to measurement are identified; ...
  • CPI bias and real living standards in Russia during the transition

    Gibson, John; Stillman, Steven; Le, Trinh (2004-09)
    The economies of the former Soviet Bloc experienced large declines in output during the decade of transition which began with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Yet there are many reasons to believe that measured ...
  • The distributional impact of KiwiSaver incentives

    Gibson, John; Hector, Christopher James; Le, Trinh (2008-03)
    New Zealand’s approach to retirement incomes profoundly changed with the recent introduction of KiwiSaver and its associated tax incentives. Previous policy reduced lifetime inequality but KiwiSaver and its tax incentives ...
  • A forward-looking measure of the stock of human capital in New Zealand

    Le, Trinh; Gibson, John; Oxley, Les (Blackwell Publishing, 2006)
    Human capital is increasingly believed to play an important role in the growth process; however, adequately measuring its stock remains controversial. Because the estimated impact that human capital has on economic growth ...
  • Household bargaining over wealth and the adequacy of women's retirement incomes in New Zealand

    Gibson, John; Le, Trinh; Scobie, Grant (Routledge, 2006)
    Bargaining models of household wealth accumulation point to a potential conflict of interest between husbands and wives. Wives are typically younger than their husbands and have longer life expectancy, so they must expect ...

Trinh Le has 5 co-authors in Research Commons.