Research and Research Support Staff

Labour Economics and Social Policy Research Team

  1. Professor Guyonne Kalb

    Program Director
    (Labour Economics and Social Policy)

    • Early childhood development
    • Effects of disadvantage on student outcomes and child development
    • Impact of childcare
    • Intergenerational disadvantage
    • Parental leave and family policies
    • Individual health outcomes
    • Healthcare workforce and the labour market
  2. Dr Yi-Ping Tseng

    Senior Research Fellow
    (Labour Economics and Social Policy)

    • Early childhood development
    • Housing and homelessness
    • Employment services
  3. Dr Barbara Broadway

    Senior Research Fellow
    (Labour Economics and Social Policy)

    • Early childhood development
    • Intergenerational disadvantage
    • Household finance
    • Labour supply issues tied to sub-populations (e.g. women, Indigenous Australians, medial workforce)
    • Social and tax policy as it relates to work incentives,
    • Workforce participation and dynamics
  4. Mr Abraham Chigavazira

    Foundation Fellow
    (Economic and Social Disadvantage,
    Labour Economics and Social Policy)

    • Early childhood development
    • Disadvantaged families
    • Family and household wellbeing outcomes
    • Housing and homelessness
    • Social and tax policy as it relates to work incentives
    • Other Education & Child Development topics
  5. Mr Mael Guillou

    Research Support Officer
    (Economic and Social Disadvantage,
    Labour Economics and Social Policy)

    • Early childhood development
    • Effects of disadvantage on student outcomes and child development
  6. Dr Nicolas Hérault

    Senior Research Fellow
    (Labour Economics and Social Policy)

    • Effects of policies and programs on welfare receipt & economic wellbeing
    • Personal income and wealth distribution
    • Drivers of income inequality and mobility
    • Social and tax policy as it relates to work incentives
  7. Dr Jordy Meekes

    Research Fellow
    (Labour Economics and Social Policy)

    • Disadvantaged families
    • Housing and homelessness
    • Employment policy
    • Labour supply issues tied to sub-populations (e.g. women, Indigenous Australians, medial workforce)
    • Non-standard forms of employment
    • Commuting and wage differentials
  8. Dr Julie Moschion

    Senior Research Fellow
    (Economics of Education and Child Development,
    Labour Economics and Social Policy)

    • Effects of disadvantage on student outcomes and child development
    • Disadvantaged families
    • Family and household formation and dissolution
    • Housing and homelessness
    • Intergenerational transmission of socio-economic advantage and disadvantage

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