Ananta Neelim is a Lecturer in economics at RMIT University and is primarily interested in research in the behavioral aspects of development.
Lecturer, School of Economics Finance and Marketing
He completed his doctoral studies from Monash Univeristy. He is primarily interested in research in the behavioral aspects of development. He utilizes experimental techniques and survey data in his research.
Ananta is currently working on multiple projects examining how social identity, framing, stake sizes and punishment mechanisms affect pro-social behavior.
He is also working on development projects analyzing the impact of free provision on long run demand health products and secondary labor market impacts of migration.