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Harrington, Penny, Schooneveldt, Simon, & Tomlinson, John (2006) Ein Grundeinkommen f?r Australien? In Globale Soziale Sicherheit. Grundeinkommen - Weltweit? Avinus Verlag, Germany, Berlin, pp. 115-127.
Dee, Michael, Schooneveldt, Simon, & Tomlinson, John (2005) From Paupers to Citizenship. New Community Quarterly, 3(3), pp. 41-45.
Schooneveldt, Simon P. (2004) Do Mutual Obligation Breach Penalties Coerce Compliance with Government Expectations? Australian Journal of Social Issues, 39(2), pp. 155-167.
Schooneveldt, Simon P. (2003) Mediating Welfare Ethics:Selectivity Or Universalism? In Bradley, Rebecca, Lyddon, Jeff, & Buys, Laurie (Eds.) Social Change in the 21st Century, 21 November 2003, QUT, Brisbane.
Schooneveldt, Simon (2003) Unemployment Welfare: The Underpinning Ethics Justifying Australia's Enforced Categorical Mutual Obligation System Compared with Those for a Basic Income. In Carlson, E (Ed.) The Full Employment Imperative. 5th Path to Full Employment Conference and 10th National Conference on Unemployment Proceedings: Refereed Papers, 10-12 December 2003, The University of Newcastle, Newcastle, New South Wales.
Schooneveldt, Simon P. (2002) Do Centrelink Activity Breach Penalties coerce outcomes from unemployed welfare recipients in line with Mutual Obligation policy? In Hanna, Barbara E., Woodley, Emma J, & Buys, Laurie (Eds.) Social Change in the 21st Century 2002 Conference, 22nd November 2002, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane..
Schooneveldt, Simon & Tomlinson, John (2002) Does Receiving a Breach Penalty from Centrelink Coerce Unemployed People to Comply with the Government's Wishes? In Carlson, E (Ed.) The Path to Full Employment. 4th Path to Full Employment Conference and 9th National Conference on Unemployment. Proceedings: Refereed Papers, Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE), 4-6 December 2002, Newcastle, New South Wales.
Schooneveldt, Simon P. (2002) Do the lived experiences of people who have been breached by Centrelink match the expectation and intent of the Howard Government? Queensland University of Technology.