PhD Economics | University of New South Wales
MSc Economic History | London School of Economics
BSc (Hons) Economics | Lahore University of Management Sciences
I'm an Economics PhD Job Market candidate for 2022-2023. I recently obtained my PhD in Economics from the University of New South Wales in Sydney (UNSW). My thesis, titled ‘Essays in Development Economics’ was completed under the supervision of Professor Pauline Grosjean and Dr Sarah Walker. It predominantly focuses on issues pertaining to gender, education and socio-economic insecurity especially in times of economic crises.
For my job market paper, I worked on a randomised control trial to assess the impact of positive classroom-based activities on improving learning outcomes for school age children in low-income settings.
I received my MSc in Economic History from the London School of Economics (LSE) in 2016 and BSc (Hons) in Economics from the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) in 2015.
Research areas: Development, Behavioural and Gender Economics
Personal Site: https://sites.google.com/view/fatimajamalkhan
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=UFJQAO0AAAAJ&hl=en&oi=sra
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Winner 3 Minute Thesis Competition | UNSW Business School
Higher Degree by Research Student Representative | School of Economics | UNSW Business School
“Positive Psychology Intervention and Learning Outcomes: Evidence from Pakistan”
"The impact of COVID related economic shocks on household mental health in Pakistan” with V. Baranov, P. Grosjean and S. Walker.
"Mothers, Fathers, & Others: Competition and Cooperation in the Aftermath of Conflict” with A. Cassar and P. Grosjean.
Ageing among older CALD Australians
Mature Labour Force Employment in Australia
Patterns of Adult Lifelong Learning & Health in Australia
Term 2 2022: ECON 4106/6202/7202 Policy Evaluation Methods [LIC]
Term 3 2020: ECON 1401 Economic Perspectives [Tutor-in-Charge]
Term 2 2020: ECON 2126 Behavioural and Experimental Economics
Term 1 2019: ECON 1401 Economic Perspectives
Semester 1 2018: ECON 1401 Economic Perspectives