I recently graduated with a PhD in Economics from the Australian National University. My PhD research was supported by a Sir Roland Wilson scholarship and focused on intergenerational mobility in Australia and early childhood human capital formation. 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?
Since my PhD, I have returned to the Treasury in the Australian Government, where I currently lead and conduct research using new and emerging administrative data. Past roles include two years working in the Treasurer’s Office.
My research has been published in Australia’s leading economics journal, the Economic Record, and in the American Economic Journal: Applied Economics (forthcoming).
My full CV is available here.
Note: All research on this website was conducted in a personal capacity, and the findings, views and opinions are mine alone.