I’m currently a Sir Roland Wilson PhD scholar at the Australian National University. My PhD research is focused on intergenerational mobility in Australia. Just how socially mobile is Australia? What can variations in mobility tell us about what helps and hinders success? And what is the influence of public policy?
Prior to my PhD I worked in the Treasury in the Australian Government, advising on social policy, tax policy and macroeconomic conditions. This included two years working in the Treasurer’s Office.
I have a Bachelor of Philosophy with first class honours, majoring in mathematics and physics, from the Australian National University (ANU). I was awarded a University Medal in mathematics, and have since completed a Graduate Diploma in Economics, also from the ANU.
My full CV is available here.