Jaslin Kalsi

Research Associate

PhD Economics (Curtin)
BCom (Hon) Economics (Curtin)
BCom Finance and Strategic Economic Analysis (Curtin)

Telephone+61 8 9266 1744
Research Fields

Economic and social wellbeing, gender equality, economic policy, behavioural economics, political economy, ecological economics


Jaslin is a research affiliate at the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre. She has previously worked as a researcher at Insight Energy, The Red Elephant Foundation, and UNDP (Kenya). She was also involved as a researcher on the Australian Research Council Discovery Project (DP170103297), ‘Inside the black box: Intra-household resource allocations of older couples’. Her research interests include economic and social wellbeing, gender equity, and social exclusion. She is proficient in the use of panel datasets including the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia Survey and has experience with data collection and designing interview surveys.

Jaslin graduated from Curtin University with first class honours in Economics and was awarded as the Best Economics Honours Graduate by the Economics Society of Australia, WA Branch. She recently completed her PhD on gender inequality and the distribution of intra-household wellbeing at key stages of the life course and received a Chancellor’s commendation for her work.

Find out more about Jaslin’s research and what she enjoys about studying at BCEC.