Dr Parvinder Kler is a Senior Lecturer in Economics based within the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics. He has training in both Economics (Ph. D) and Political Science (Advanced Masters in International Studies), both obtained at the University of Queensland where he was also a Lecturer in Economics. He joined Griffith University from the United Nations, where he was an Economics Affairs Officer based in Beirut, Lebanon. He has worked on projects with agencies at both state and federal levels in Australia, as well as with an internationally based conglomeration of unions. His primary areas of research include labour economics, gender issues, job and life satisfaction, economic development, economics of education and financial market regulation.
- Economics of education
- The economic determinants of subjective wellbeing
- Economic development
- Financial market regulation