Associate Professor, University of Melbourne
I am Associate Professor of Economics at The University of Melbourne. My main research areas are Bayesian Econometrics, Empirical Health Economics and Empirical Labour Economics. My CV can be found here.
I am currently a Future Fellow of the Australian Research Council (2018-2021). My research is also supported by a Discovery Grant of the Australian Research Council (2018-2020).
I am the co-chair of the Bayesian Analysis and Modeling Research Group (BAM). BAM, founded in 2014, organizes a yearly Melbourne Bayesian Econometrics Workshop with a Masterclass held by an international keynote speaker. For more information on BAM and upcoming events please see here.
My current research focuses on
- sensitivity analysis for Bayesian MCMC output (prior robustness and convergence)
- illicit and licit drug use
- food taxes
- labour market consequences of maternity leave.