Andrew Ireland

BSc, BCom, BA(Hons)

I am a PhD candidate at the Monash University Centre for Health Economics (Melbourne). My main interests are in labour economics, environmental economics and applied econometrics.

My PhD investigates the impacts of heat on workers' health and productivity using large administrative and survey data from Australia.

I also teach undergraduate and master's courses in Actuarial Studies, Econometrics and Business Statistics at Monash Business School.


Journal Articles

"Heat and Worker Health" (with David Johnston & Rachel Knott), Journal of Health Economics

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Working Papers

"Extreme Heat, Work Attendance and Hours Worked" (with David Johnston & Rachel Knott)