Dr Andreas Cebulla
|Position||Senior Research Fellow|
|Org Unit||SA Centre for Economic Studies (SACES)|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 0013|
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Dr Andreas Cebulla is a Senior Research Fellow at SACES. A trained sociologist, he has intensive economic research experience, including expertise in the evaluation of industrial, training and welfare-to-work policies. Andreas has prepared and delivered training in evaluation methodology and social research methods both in Australia and the UK.
Between 2012 and 2016 Andreas worked at the National Institute of Labour Studies at Flinders University, where he designed and subsequently led the evaluation of the trial of the National Disability Insurance Schemes commissioned by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.
Prior to arriving in Australia, Andreas was a Research Director at the National Centre for Social Research in London (from 2004 to 2011). Other previous appointments included positions at the Northern Ireland Economic Research Centre (1990-1996), the Centre for Research in Social Policy at Loughborough University (1996-2004), the UK Commission of Employment and Skills (2010-2012), and the Centre for Understanding Behaviour Change at the University of Bristol (2012-2014). Andreas continues to hold a Senior Economist position at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, also based in London, collaborating on international comparative research projects on extending working lives and social inequality in ageing societies. He is currently also a Fellow at the Life Course Centre at the University of Queensland.
PhD Sociology (Flinders University of South Australia)
MA Regional Planning (Coventry Polytechnic, England)
BA Social Sciences (Universität Bremen, Germany)
Certificate in Community Development (University of Ulster, Northern Ireland)
Leishman, C, A. Cebulla, K. Petrou (2018) Supporting people in social housing gain and maintain employment: an Evidence Check rapid review brokered by the Sax Insitute for NSW Family and Community Services.
Cebulla, A. and I. Katz (2017) Un(der)employment, poverty and the future of work after the Global Financial Crisis. In: K. Serr (ed.) Thinking about Poverty. Fourth edition. Sydney: The Federation Press.
Bauknecht, J. and A. Cebulla (2016) ‘Extending Working Lives - Sticks and Carrots to Get the Older Unemployed Back into Employment', Intereconomics, Volume 51, May/June 2016, Number 3, 134-139.
Cebulla A. (2016) The social orientations and ideologies of UK finance employees at the onset of the Global Financial Crisis, Capital & Class, 41:2, 239-261.
Cebulla A. (2016) Learning in a rich country: the normalisation of homelessness among apprentices in Australia, Journal of Youth Studies, 19:8, 1061-1076.
Cebulla, A. and I. Goodwin-Smith (2015) ‘Apprenticeships in homelessness: a quantitative study', Australian Journal of Social Issues. Vol. 50, No. 3, 277-296.
Cebulla, A. and R. Zhu (2015) ‘Disability, and social and economic inclusion: who is in and out of the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme?', Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research. DOI: 10.1080/15017419.2015.1064026
Tomaszewski, W. and A. Cebulla (2014) ‘Jumping off the track: comparing the experiences of first jobs of young people living in disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged neighbourhoods in Britain', Journal of Youth Studies, DOI: 10.1080/13676261.2014.888407.
Cebulla, A. and W. Tomaszewski (2013) ‘The demise of certainty: Shifts in aspiration and achievement at the turn of the century', International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, DOI:10.1080/02673843.2013.767743.
Medina Ariza, J. J.; A. Cebulla, J. Aldridge, J. Shute and A. Ross (2013) ‘Proximal Adolescent Outcomes of Gang Membership in England and Wales', Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency published 22 July 2013. DOI: 10.1177/0022427813496791.
Cebulla, A. and M. Stephens (2010) ‘Public Perceptions of the Police: Effects of Police Investigation and Police Resources', Internet Journal of Criminology.
Taylor-Gooby, P. and A. Cebulla (2010) ‘The Risk Society Hypothesis: An empirical test using longitudinal data', Journal of Risk Research, 13, 6, 731-752.
Cebulla, A (2009) ‘Risk through the Years - a statistical portrait of young people's risk perceptions and experiences relative to those of older generations', Journal of Youth Studies, 12, 1, 39-56.
Greenberg, D. and A. Cebulla (2008) ‘US Welfare-to-Work Programs: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly', International Journal of Public Administration, 31, 10, 1354-1379.
Greenberg, D. and A. Cebulla (2008) ‘The cost-effectiveness of welfare-to-work programs: a meta-analysis', Public Budgeting and Finance, Summer, 112-145.
Cebulla, A. S. Butt and N. Lyon (2007) ‘Working beyond the state pension age in the United Kingdom: the role of working time flexibility and the effects on the home', Ageing and Society, 27, 6, 849-867.
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