Labour Economics, Applied Microeconomics (policy and program evaluation, randomised control trials, human capital, active labour market programs, welfare (income support) receipt, employment)
Social policy design and evaluation (disadvantaged children, housing and homelessness, mental illness, randomised control trials)
Yi-Ping Tseng is a Senior Research Fellow in the Labour Economics and Social Policy research program. She received her PhD degree in Economics from ANU in 2000. Yi-Ping's research is primarily in Labour Economics and Applied Microeconometrics. Her main research interests are program evaluation, human capital investment and social policies. She is currently involved in a number of randomised control trials to evaluate programs to assist very disadvantaged groups such as the homeless, children at risk of abuse and neglect, and youth with mental illness.