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Prof

Roger Wilkins

Professorial Fellow
social sciences
business & economics
economics
unemployment
business, finance
inequality
retirement
top incomes
employment
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Prof

Roger Wilkins

 
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Business And Economics
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Prof

Roger Wilkins

 

Roger Wilkins is Deputy Director of the Melbourne Institute as well as being Deputy Director (Research) of the HILDA Survey program area.

His research interests include the nature, causes and consequences of labour market outcomes; the distribution and dynamics of individuals’ economic wellbeing; and the incidence and determinants of poverty, social exclusion and welfare dependence.

As part of his work in the HILDA Survey program, Roger produces the annual HILDA Survey Statistical Report, which each year analyses the latest release of the HILDA data.

He has also produced the Australian income component of the World Wealth and Income Database (WID) since 2014.

Roger is a member of the Australian Bureau of Statistics' Labour Statistics Advisory Group, the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Research Panel, and the Department of Social Services ‘Building a New Life in Australia’ Survey Technical Reference Group, and is a Policy Adviser for the Australian Council of Social Service. He is also a Research Fellow at the IZA Institute of Labor Economics.

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Research Grant


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Credentials

Positions


Professorial Fellow

Melbourne Institute Of Applied Economic And Social Research

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Master of Science

University of Wisconsin

Master of Commerce with Honours

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Commerce (Degree with Honours)

University of Melbourne