Ana Gamarra Rondinel 


She is a Research Fellow at the Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic & Social Research. She is also a Research Fellow at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course and a Research Affiliate at the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute (Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU).


Her research fields are taxation, family economics, education economics, and social and economic disadvantage. Her current research focuses on the impact of student loans on post-schooling outcomes, the effect of childbirth on household income and poverty risk, the revenue capacity of tax systems, and the several challenges associated with financial insecurity.


She received her B.A. in Economics at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, her M.S. in Economics at the Universite Catholique de Louvain, and her Ph.D. in Economics at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 2020 (Summa cum laude).


I will be presenting papers at the 80th Annual Congress of the IIPF (Prague University), the 2024 SLLS Annual International Conference (University of Essex), the 11th Annual Mannheim Taxation Conference (University of Mannheim), the Australian Public Economics Exchange (ANU), LCC Melbourne Node (University of Melbourne), and the ifo Institute Seminar (University of Munich). I will attend the 4th Australian Workshop on Public Finance (ANU).


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