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Research Students

Jessica Amos

BSc Applied Psychology (Hons 1), University of Kent, UK

PhD Student, School of Psychology, University of New South Wales (UNSW)

Supervisors:
Professor Kaarn Anstey

Thesis Topic:
Multi-domain web and app-based intervention for people with mild cognitive impairment and subjective cognitive decline to support cognitive resilience and reduce dementia risk.

Robert Annabel

Bachelor of Actuarial Studies (Co-Op) (Honours)

Masters of Pre-Doctoral Business Studies

PhD Student, School of Risk and Actuarial Studies, UNSW Business School

Supervisors: 

Professor Hazel Bateman

Thesis Title: 

Are Institutional investors common owners or socially responsible investors? An investigation based on firm-level enternality behaviour

Tsendsuren Batsuuri

Grad Dip in International Development Economics, ANU; Bachelor of Science in Economics, Hacettepe University, Turkey; Master of Environmental and Resource Economics, ANU Grad Dip in International Development Economics, ANU

PhD Student, Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University

Supervisors:
Professor Warwick McKibbin and Dr Larry Liu

Thesis Topic:
Impact of demographic change in Asia on macroeconomic and environmental outcomes

 

Jacinta Borilovic

Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) (Hons)

PhD Student, Ageing, Work and Health Research Unit, The University of Sydney

Supervisors:
Associate Professor Kate O'Loughlin, Dr Lindy Clemson and Dr Meryl Lovarini

Thesis Topic:
Evaluating the use of technologies to support older Australians to age in place

Keywords:
Assistive Technology; Ageing in Place; Occupational Therapy; Allied Health

 

Nur Cahyadi

Master of Social Research (Advanced), School of Demographuy ANU; Master of Economics, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia

PhD Student, School of Demography, ANU 

Supervisors: 

Dr Iwu Utomo, Dr Collin Payne and Dr Brian Houle

Thesis Title: 

Intergenerational Exchange of Supports, Poverty and Child Migration: Meeting the Needs of Older People in Rural Indonesia

Shu Chen

BA and BS, Peking University, China, MSc, Duke University, US

PhD Student, School of Risk and Actuarial Studies, UNSW

Supervisors:

Dr Katja Hanewald, Professor Bingqin Li and Professor Hazel Bateman

Thesis Topic:

Financiang long-term care services and insurance: evidence from China.

Mengxue Chen

B.A in International Economics – Fudan University China; BSc Economics and Business Economics – University of Groningen, the Netherlands; MSc Population and Development – London School of Economics and Political Science UK

PhD Student, School of Demography, ANU

Supervisor:

Professor Zhongwei Zhao

Thesis Topic:

Population Ageing and Inequalities in China

 

Sol Chung

Master of Philosophy (Finance); Master of Economics (Financial Economics and Econometrics) and Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Economics) - USYD

PhD Student Finance, Business School, The University of Sydney

Supervisors:

Professor Susan Thorp and Dr Mandy Zhang

Thesis Topic:

Choice Behaviour for Mortgage Products and Pensions in Australia

 

Mark Cooper-Stanbury

BSc, Australian National University

PhD Student, Centre for Health Policy, School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne

Supervisors: 

Associate Professor Jeromey Temple and Professor Briony Dow 

Thesis Title: 

Equity for Our Elderly: The Supply and Demand Factors Associated with Equitable Access to Residential Aged Care

Daniel Dinale

Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies) (Honours), First Class Honours, University of Sydney, Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies), University of Sydney

PhD Student, School of Business, University of Sydney

Supervisors:
Professor Marian Baird and Dr Chris F Wright

Thesis Topic:
Varieties of Fertility (VoF): Gendering the Issue of Ageing Populations in Post-Industrial Nations

 

Jiamin Du

MA, Peking University School of Nursing

PhD Student, Australian National University, College of Health and Medicine

Supervisors:

Dr Vasoontara Yiengprugsawan and Professor Kaarin Anstey

Thesis Topic:

Cognitive Ageing and Decision-making

 

Nicole Ee

Bachelor of Science (Psychology) (Honours), First Class Honours, Australian National University; Bachelor of Laws, Australian National University

PhD Student, NeuRA, UNSW Sydney

Supervisors:

Professor Kaarin Anstey and Dr Ruth Peters 

Co-Supervisor: Dr Fiona Matthews

Thesis Topic:

The impact of social engagement on cognitive health and wellbeing in older adulthood: An investigation of barriers, enablers and mechanisms 

Arezoo Fathieh

Bachelor of Science in Applied Statistics; Master of Science in Actuarial Science; Master of Pre-Doctoral Business Studies

PhD Student, School of Risk and Actuarial Studies, UNSW Business School

Supervisors:

Dr Katja Hanewald, Professor Hazel Batemanand Dr Fei Huang

Thesis Title:

Financing of the LTC

Roshen Fernando

BSc Engineering (Hons), University of Moratuwa Sri Lanka; Master of Business Administration, University of West London UK; Master of Financial Economics, University of Colombo Sri Lanka; Master of International & Development Economics, ANU

PhD Student, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU

Supervisors:

Professor Warwick McKibbin, Dr Larry Liu and Professor Renee McKibbin

Thesis Topic:

Relationship Between Antimicrobial Resistance and Demographics: Key to Mitigate Global Economic Consequences