Countries around the world have made significant economic progress in recent times. This progress has also witnessed growing disparities in socioeconomic status, destitution, health within and across nations. With the aim of enabling a dialogue on these issues the overarching objective of this GLO cluster is to congregate research focussing on how our lives are shaped by the nexus between development, health and inequality.
Cluster Lead: Kompal Sinha
Kompal Sinha is a Senior Lecturer and HDR Director at the Department of Economics of Macquarie University. Sinha is also an Associate Editor of the Journal of Population Economics. She has worked before at the Center for Health Economics, Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics and Department of Economics at Monash University. She has received her Ph.D. from the Australian National University. Her research deals with economic effects of consumer behavior, particularly in the area of health economics and development economics and the impacts on the design of economic policy. She has frequently published in journals like Health Economics, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, American Journal for Agricultural Economics, Social Science and Medicine, Macroeconomic Dynamics, Review of Income and Wealth and Journal of Biosocial Sciences.
- November, 11-13, Sydney/Australia: Inaugural Workshop on Health, Inequality and Behavior. Conference Chair: Kompal Sinha. Call for abstracts, deadline: August 16. The Department of Economics at Macquarie University in collaboration with the Macquarie University Centre for Health Economy (MUCHE) and GLO is organizing this international conference. CONFERENCE WEBSITE.