Mardi Dungey

Mardi Dungey teaches and researches empirical macroeconomics and finance with a particular interest in small open economies at the University of Tasmania. She is a member of the CAMA Shadow Board and has held positions at La Trobe University, ANU and the University of Cambridge as well as the Reserve Bank of Australia. Dungey is currently a research associate of the Centre for Financial Analysis and Policy at the University of Cambridge and the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis at ANU. Research interests concern measuring the effects international shocks on small open economies. In this stream she has research interests in the transmission of financial crises and contagion across asset types and geographical borders, in the financial market microstructure and in the construction of models of small open economies.

The Economist as Rock Star

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