Research Output per year
Kate is a political scientist and public policy researcher who works in international migration. She studies demographic and economic impacts of immigration policy with a focus on regional areas and smaller communities. She has published on immigrant mobility motivations in northern regions, immigrant workforce participation (e.g. in health and early childhood education), comparative immigration regimes with a focus on Australia and Canada, and international education. She is currently researching gendered aspects of immigrant entrepreneurship. At CDU, Kate taught in sociology and is now teaching the Common Units Program. She welcomes enquiries from potential post-graduate students interested in international migration.
PhD, Australian National University
2002 → 2006
Award Date: 20 Jul 2007
Master, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Journalism and Political Science,
1995 → 2000
Award Date: 19 Dec 2000
Responding to Negative Public Attitudes Towards Immigration through Analysis and Policy: Regional and Unemployment DimensionsGolebiowska, K., Elnasri, A. B. & Withers, G., Oct 2017, Population, Migration and Settlement in Australia and the Asia-Pacific: In Memory of Graeme Hugo. Natascha, K. & Dun, O. (eds.). Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, p. 63-82 20 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › Research
Responding to Negative Public Attitudes towards Immigration through Analysis and Policy: regional and unemployment dimensionsGolebiowska, K., Elnasri, A. B. & Withers, G. C. D., 2 Sep 2016, In : Australian Geographer. 47, 4, p. 435-453 19 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review
How to mobilise the ‘untapped’ labour force for the Northern development? Case study of Darwin, Northern TerritoryGolebiowska, K. & Boyle, A., Dec 2015, Northern Institute. 31 p. (Technical Paper)
Research output: Book/Report › Other report › Research