Dr Rebecca Deborah Reeve

Dr Rebecca Deborah Reeve

Fields of research: Applied Economics, Health Economics, Econometrics
Tags: Economic issues, Youth/child development and welfare, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Development and Welfare, Health Policy Evaluation

Dr Rebecca Reeve is a Senior Research Fellow in the Intellectual Disability Behaviour Support (IDBS) team at UNSW.  She is also a Senior Research and Advocacy Officer at The Smith Family. Rebecca’s academic research as an econometrician focuses on vulnerable Australian populations. She is currently working with IDBS on an ARC funded study using administrative data to track the transitions and cost pathways of young people with complex needs. In her role at The Smith...

Dr Rebecca Reeve is a Senior Research Fellow in the Intellectual Disability Behaviour Support (IDBS) team at UNSW.  She is also a Senior Research and Advocacy Officer at The Smith Family. Rebecca’s academic research as an econometrician focuses on vulnerable Australian populations. She is currently working with IDBS on an ARC funded study using administrative data to track the transitions and cost pathways of young people with complex needs. In her role at The Smith Family Rebecca contributes to the data preparation and assessment of the outcomes of The Smith Family’s Learning for Life scholarship program, which provides educational support for disadvantaged young people.