Danielle Kent
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Dr Danielle Kent joined the Department of Economics in February 2020.

Her area of expertise is in Behavioural Economics. She has worked in Papua New Guinea for the World Bank designing randomized controlled trials, before undertaking a postdoctoral fellowship under Prof Michael Hiscox from Harvard.

Prior to joining the Department, Danielle was a Principal Behavioural Advisor in the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet and a Management Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia. Danielle brings a wealth of experience from industry and government in applying behavioural economics to create innovative solutions.  


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