Ian Li

Assistant Professor, BEc W.Aust., PhD Curtin

  • The University of Western Australia (M431), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

20092020
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Personal profile

Biography

Ian is an economist with research interests in the applied areas of education, labour and health economics. He is currently based at the School of Population Health, where he teaches and coordinates the undergraduate and postgraduate health economics and policy units. He has taught across the faculties of business, law and medicine/health, and has received teaching awards from all three faculties. Ian was UWA's nominee for an Australian Award for University Teaching in 2014. He has received six competitive Excellence in Teaching Awards at UWA.

Ian has published in policy-oriented journals, such as the Australian Economic Review, and international journals such as Education Economics. His research on the higher education labour market in Australia have attracted considerable media interest and coverage on national broadsheets such as The Australian and radio shows such as the ABC. His research on the gender wage gap in Australia has also been covered by Cleo magazine. Ian is currently involved in several projects as the lead or chief investigator (see below for funding track record). Ian's research achievements were recognised with a UWA Vice-Chancellor's Early Career Investigator Award in 2015.

Ian coordinates the Population Health Honours and Masters of Public Health Dissertation programs, and is a member of the Teaching Executive Committee and Board of Examiners at the School of Population Health, UWA.

Roles and responsibilities

SPH Honours program coordinator
SPH Masters Dissertations coordinator

Funding overview

Ian has been funded by several prominent organisations and funding schemes, including funds from the National Health and Medical Research Council, National Centre for Vocational Education Research, National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, the Drug and Alcohol Office and The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. The amount of research funding he has obtained as a chief investigator is in excess of A$2.5 million (up to 2016).

For a (non-exhaustive) list of research funding received, please click on the "Research Profile and Publications" link near the bottom of this page.

Previous positions

Associate Lecturer, UWA Business School

Tutor, Faculty of Law, University of Western Australia

Teaching overview

Current
Health Economics
Health Systems and Economics
Health Systems and Policy

Research

Labour Economics
Education Economics
Health Economics
Economic evaluation

Languages

English
Mandarin

Keywords

  • Health economics
  • Labour economics
  • Education economics
  • Health policy
  • Economic evaluation

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Research Output 2009 2019

1 Citation (Scopus)

All in the mind? Estimating the effect of mental health on health behaviours

Hoang, D., Kristoffersen, I. & Li, W., Mar 2019, In : Social Science & Medicine. 225, p. 69-84

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Health Behavior
health behavior
Mental Health
mental health
Psychology
Hearing
Mental Health
well-being
mental health
classroom

Culture, migration and educational performance: a focus on gender outcomes using Australian PISA tests

Dockery, A. M., Li, W. & Koshy, P., 5 Apr 2019, In : AUSTRALIAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCHER. p. 1-21 21 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

migrant
migration
gender
performance
PISA study

Exposure to noise and ototoxic chemicals in the Australian workforce

Lewkowski, K., Heyworth, J. S., Li, I. W., Williams, W., McCausland, K., Gray, C., Ytterstad, E., Glass, D. C., Fuente, A., Si, S., Florath, I. & Fritschi, L., 25 Jan 2019, (Submitted) In : Occupational and Environmental Medicine. p. 341-348

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Noise
Workplace
Occupational Exposure
Hearing Loss
Telephone
drop-out
equity
performance
education
student

Projects 2013 2020