Australian Institute of Family Studies
Neha completed here Ph.D. from University of Melbourne and joined the Institute in 2018. She is passionate about building data-driven evidence to improve the economic and social outcomes of people. In her current role within the Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies team she contributes to a wide range of academic and non-academic disseminations, including research reports, annual statistical reports, peer-reviewed publications, media articles and stakeholder engagement materials.
Neha has over 6 years of experience in advanced quantitative analysis of large and longitudinal datasets, including structured equation modelling, fixed-effects analysis and latent growth modelling. She is experienced in project management and dissemination of research findings to a diverse audience.
Specialist areas include: Labor and welfare economics; Social disadvantage, quantitative and longitudinal analysis.