Nathan Kettlewell

Nathan is a Senior Lecturer in the Economics Department at the University of Technology Sydney, a research affiliate of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course and an Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) research fellow. His main research interests are public policy, health economics and behavioural economics. He is particularly interested in the formation of peoples' risk attitudes and what these attitudes mean for their life outcomes, understanding peoples' demand for private health insurance, and causal evaluation of government programs.

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  • How Do Government Incentive Policies Affect the Demand for Private Health Insurance in Australia?, 08 Mar 2024
  • Area-Specific Subsidies and Population Dynamics: Evidence from the Australian Zone Tax Offset, 03 Jun 2019