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The Australian National University

Mandy Yap, Research Scholar

BBusAdmin BApplEc UC Hons ApplEc ANU

Mandy joined the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) in 2007. She is currently working on Commonwealth and State/Territory Governments funded Indigenous population project.

Prior to joining ANU, she worked at the National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling (NATSEM). As a researcher, Mandy has worked on a range of issues including social exclusion, ageing, diabetes modelling, women and fertility, income distribution and Australia’s Indigenous peoples socioeconomic outcomes. Her research interest includes the role of gender equality in Indigenous development and the methodologies around constructing indicators of quality of life and wellbeing.

Mandy is currently undertaking her doctoral research on developing culture and gender sensitive indicators of wellbeing working with the Yawuru in Broome.

Ms Mandy Yap
(02) 6125 0483

CAEPR publications & research outputs

Discussion Papers

Discussion Paper
288
Discussion Paper No 288/2008
Nicholas Biddle
John Taylor
Mandy Yap

Census Paperss

Census Papers
2
Census Papers No 2/2012
Mandy Yap
Nicholas Biddle
Census Papers
4
Census Papers No 4/2012
Mandy Yap
Nicholas Biddle
Census Papers
6
Census Papers No 6/2013
Nicholas Biddle
Mandy Yap
Matthew Gray

Research Monographs

Research Monograph
31
Research Monograph No 31/2010
Nicholas Biddle
Mandy Yap

Working Papers

Working Paper
52
Working Paper No 52/2009
Mandy Yap
Nicholas Biddle
Working Paper
83
Working Paper No 83/2012
John Taylor
Matthew Gray
Boyd Hunter
Mandy Yap
Julie Lahn
Working Paper
92
Working Paper No 92/2014
Boyd Hunter
Mandy Yap

External publications

Research publications outside the CAEPR publications series, including books, book chapters, journal articles and reports.