Dr Lisel O'Dwyer
Dr O'Dwyer is interested in issues surrounding social inequity, demographic change, health, housing and animal geography. She has a background in human geography and has strong quantitative analysis skills, including spatial analysis. Recently completed and current projects include investigating ways to economically value the qualitative aspects of volunteering, a review of international experiences in promoting age friendliness in cities, international strategies to retain older workers, the relationship between having a dog, walking and obesity in baby boomers, the role of flexible work conditions in baby boomers' health and obesity outcomes, baby boomers' retirement intentions, intergenerational flows of time and money and developing small area social indicators for Australia based on OECD indicators.
Categories Social Issues & Public Policy, Population & Demography Expertise analysis;data;quantitative;methods;spatial;geographic;ageing;urban;babyboomers;generation;volunteering;dogs;exercise;obesity;work;flexibility;social;indicators;map;population Mobile 0412 199 385 After hours 0412 199 385
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Entry last updated: Sunday, 16 Feb 2020