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Agathe Randrianarisoa
Research Fellow

Agathe Randrianarisoa joined the Work and Economic Security team of the Research and Policy Centre in 2016.

She has worked previously at Good Shepherd Microfinance, Oxfam and at two consulting firms providing strategic and financial advice to large organisations. She holds a Bachelor in Mathematics Applied to Social Sciences from Paris-Dauphine University, a Master in Management majoring in international economics from ESCP Europe and a degree in international labour migration from Oxford University.

Agathe’s research has focused on economic security and inclusion in Australia and in developing countries. More specifically she has been working on projects related to vulnerable people and employment, microfinance, fair taxation systems and food security.

She is currently involved in a research project about enhancing employment services for mature age job seekers.

Contact arandrianarisoa(at)bsl.org.au

Research interests

  • Inclusive growth
  • Migrants and employment
  • Financing for development

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