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Researcher: Yanotti, MB (Dr Maria Yanotti)

Fields of Research

Financial economics
Financial institutions (incl. banking)
Urban and regional economics
Macroeconomics (incl. monetary and fiscal theory)
Public economics - public choice
Welfare economics
Financial econometrics
Applied sociology, program evaluation and social impact assessment
Public policy
Social policy
Arts and cultural policy
Economic development policy
Cultural studies
Econometric and statistical methods
Urban sociology and community studies
Tourism economics
Mathematics and numeracy curriculum and pedagogy
Labour economics
Curriculum and pedagogy theory and development
Public economics - publicly provided goods
Other built environment and design
Housing markets, development and management
Other Indigenous studies
Taxation law
Network engineering
Industry economics and industrial organisation
Research, science and technology policy
Urban analysis and development
Land use and environmental planning
Employment equity and diversity
Architectural science and technology
Sociology of the life course
Secondary education
Higher education

Research Objectives

Preference, behaviour and welfare
Microeconomics
Government and politics
Savings and investments
Public services policy advice and analysis
Macroeconomics
Demography
Human capital issues
Fiscal policy
Consumption
Macro labour market issues
Employment patterns and change
Expanding knowledge in economics
Monetary policy
Arts
Pedagogy
Micro labour market issues
Other education and training
Public health (excl. specific population health)
Residential energy efficiency
Learner and learning
Industry costs and structure
Urban planning
Residential construction planning
Health status (incl. wellbeing)
Renewable energy
Energy transformation
Productivity (excl. public sector)
Industry policy
Teaching and instruction technologies
Supply and demand

Career Best Publications

Australia's 25 Years with a Deregulated Housing Finance System: Looking Back and Looking Forward; Milestones in European Housing Finance
Endogeneity in household mortgage choice; Economic Modelling
Mortgage Choice Determinants: The Role of Risk and Bank Regulation; Economic Record
Using multiple correspondence analysis for finance: A tool for assessing financial inclusion; International Review of Financial Analysis

Research Publications

'Liar Loans' on the rise: UBS survey
Australia's 25 Years with a Deregulated Housing Finance System: Looking Back and Looking Forward; Milestones in European Housing Finance
Best paper: Who is a residential investor in Australia?
Can't decide between a car or a house? These are some other financial goals to consider
Capital gains tax concession is too generous: economists poll
Capital gains tax hikes will put 'substantial upward pressure' on property prices
Community, culture and value: An exploraton of Harvest Launceston farmers’ market
Coronavirus devastates the economy, punishing Australia’s youth: interview with Sinead Mangan
COVID-19 Vs Australian Property
Creative Island: Sector Analysis 2017: Analysis of Extant Tramanian Creative Industries Data
Deferring your mortgage: interview with Hilary Harper
End of national rental scheme to compound Tasmania's housing crisis as unaffordability sweeps the state: interview with Alexandra Humphries
Endogeneity in household mortgage choice; Economic Modelling
Events Tasmania Research Program Junction Arts Festival Research Report 2015
Federal Budget 2018: a state-by-state spending analysis
Food, community and wellbeing: An exploration of Harvest Launceston farmers’ market
Home advantage: The preference for local residential real estate investment; Pacific Basin Finance Journal
Housing prices could plunge by 20 per cent in a coronavirus recession
How ‘liar loans’ undermine sound lending practices
Idiosyncratic risk assessment in the mortgage market
Junction Arts Festival economic report
Junction Arts Festival Economic Report: 2015
Local and fresh food and community interactions more important during the pandemic
Location, location, location: why up to two-thirds of property investors may get it wrong
Media mania: Sydney’s property market – seeing it for what it is
Mortgage Choice Determinants: The Role of Risk and Bank Regulation; Economic Record
Mortgage product choice in Australia: The impact of market stress; JASSA
No Supply In Sight As Prices Continue To Soar In Hobart
Pathways to regional housing recovery from COVID-19; AHURI Final Report
Pathways to regional recovery from COVID-19
Pathways to regional recovery from COVID-19; AHURI Discussion Paper
SIRCA/CoreLogic Research Committee Award: Who are residential property investors in Australia?
Talking Point: Budget set to boost confidence as we embark on a rocky road
Tasmanian Government urged to pay young unemployed to upskill during coronavirus pandemic: interview with Alexandra Humphries
The utility of new data in understanding housing insecurity; AHURI Final Report Series
The utility of new data in understanding housing insecurity
Three charts on: who is the typical investor in the Australian property market?
Using multiple correspondence analysis for finance: A tool for assessing financial inclusion; International Review of Financial Analysis
We asked five experts: will the banking royal commission push down property prices?
What does the average property investor look like?
Who are the typical investors in the Australian property market?

Research Projects

COVID-19 and housing: consequences for and emerging needs of households; Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI)
Does income volatility heighten the risk of housing insecurity?; Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI)
Exploring the Intersection of Energy Literacy and Financial Literacy ; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Inquiry into pathways to housing tax reform; Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI)
Pathways to State housing and land tax reform; Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI)
Project review for the EnergySmart Public Housing Research Project
Analysis of Extant Tasmanian Creative Industries Data
The Tasmania Project: Valuing Tasmania's cultural and creative industries through COVID-19 and beyond

Research Candidate Supervision