In the media

Klaus Ackermann, Simon Angus and Paul Raschky’s work on internet observations during the Russian election was featured in Monash Impact. https://www2.monash.edu/impact/articles/observing-the-russian-election/

The research by Luc Borrowman, Gennadi Kazakevitch and Alyssa Cameron
on housing stress and affordability was featured in a couple of videos by Monash Impact.

https://www2.monash.edu/impact/videos/the-australians-who-struggle-to-escape-housing-stress/

https://www2.monash.edu/impact/videos/is-it-better-to-buy-or-to-rent/

Lata Gangadharan’s research on behavioural economics and irrational biases appeared in Monash Impact. https://www2.monash.edu/impact/articles/can-behavioural-economics-help-stifle-our-irrational-biases/

Asad Islam’s work on new farming techniques and sustainability in Bangladesh was highlighted in Monash impact. https://www2.monash.edu/impact/articles/nice-rice-dishes-up-food-profits-and-sustainability/

Ranjan Ray has had several articles on inequality and development featured in the media:

Wire: https://thewire.in/economy/inequality-poverty-identity-politics

The Telegraph: https://www.telegraphindia.com/opinion/basic-health-before-basic-income-230682.

To be published in Ideas for India: Enhancing nutrition among the poor: UBI vs. welfare programmes forthcoming in http://www.ideasforindia.in/

The work of Michelle Rendall on gender and the labour market has been featured in "VOX  CEPR's Policy Portal”: https://voxeu.org/article/role-gender-employment-polarisation

Yves Zenou was interviewed by the BBC about his work on networks and human behaviour. http://www.bbc.com/storyworks/future/masters-of-change/social-networks-and-human-behaviour?

If you have new research which you would like featured in Monash Impact and to a wider media audience please get in touch with Impact editor Julie McBeth Julie.McBeth@monash.edu.