ESA National Economic Panel Polls
| Author's Name: Stefanie Schurer|
Date: Fri 08 May 2020
Professor Stefanie Schurer
Stefanie Schurer is a Professor of Economics in the School of Economics at the University of Sydney. She also leads the Economics of Human Development research node at the Charles Perkins Centre. She has produced some of the first insights on the stability and determinants of personality (non-cognitive skills-soft skills-life skills-character skills) over the lifecourse. Her current research program focuses on the impact of public policy on human development. She is a chief investigator on several linked administrative data projects in Australia. She uses such big data to study the consequences of Australia's key family, welfare, and medical policies for (Indigenous) children. She is a Visiting Scholar at the University of Chicago, a Research Fellow at the IZA Bonn and a member of the Human Capital and Economic Opportunity (HCEO) network. She is on the editorial board of the Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. The recipient of numerous fellowships and research grants, she obtained a PhD and Masters degree in Economics from the Ruhr Graduate School in Economics (Germany) and the University of York (UK), respectively.
Subject Area Expertise
Microeconomics, Economics of Human Development, Public Policy
Company website: www.stefanie-schurer.com