Rob Bray is a Research Fellow in the College of Arts and Social Sciences at the Australian National University. Prior to his commencement at the university he had long career in the Australian Public Service as a policy analyst and researcher. In 2010 he was awarded the Public Service Medal in recognition of his work on poverty and hardship.
Rob's current research includes the measurement of well-being and the role of the welfare system and its interelationship with participation. Recent publications include the first report of the Evaluation of New Income Management in the Northern Territory, and on the characteristics and outcomes of young carers in Australia.
Feb 23, 2016 00:36 am UTC| Insights & Views
Only a minority of Australians favour current policy settings to increase the Age Pension age, according to the recently released ANU poll on ageing and money. Across the population only 15% of those polled in October...