from University Of South Australia
Dr. Xin Deng is Senior Lecturer in Economics at the UniSA Business School. As a lecturer, Xin’s main responsibilities include delivering quality learning outcomes and producing cutting edge research in the area of applied economics and related areas.
Xin holds a PhD in Economics from Monash University, and a Master and Bachelor degree in Economics from Wuhan University in China. Xin has broad research interests in applied microeconomics and related areas. Her research encompasses a wide range of topics that are linked with three areas: labour market, banking and finance and environment. Her current research focuses on workforce diversity and disadvantaged groups in labour market with particular focus on female and older job seekers. Xin’s research has been published in international refereed journals and presented at international conferences and industrial events.
Xin has been awarded grants by UN Women and industrial partners to continue their industry relevant research. Xin is a key contributor to many of the ongoing successes of the business school, including ageing in South Australia. Please visit her UniSA homepage for more details.
Areas of ExpertiseMedia - Labour markets (unemployment, job forecasts)
Conferences & Public Speaking - Labour markets (unemployment, job forecasts)