Antonia is a 2019 McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellow at the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research. Her Postdoctoral research examines household risk and is focused on the implementation of a financial diaries study in Australia.
This follows her Doctoral research on money and central banking in Pakistan, which focused on the implications of the liberalization of the economy and its monetary regime both on household risk and on the efficacy of monetary policy. Antonia has a PhD awarded by the Department of Political Economy at the University of Sydney.
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Liberalisation, Financial Risk, and Formal Financial Participation in Pakistan: Hyperinfla..
Locating financialization in a less-developed economy: Micro responses to liberalization a..
Rethinking money theory in light of fragile states: what a globalising world infers for ca..
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