Rasheda Khanam

Rasheda Khanam
University of Southern Queensland  · School of Business

PhD

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Introduction
Rasheda Khanam is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ). She received her PhD from the University of Sydney in 2006 and previously held positions at University of Chittagong, University of Sydney and the University of Queensland (UQ). She is currently an Associate Head (Research) of School of Business at the USQ, and Chair of USQ multicultural staff network. Her current research interests: social determinants of health; health and economic development
Additional affiliations
June 2009 - November 2020
University of Southern Queensland 
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
January 2008 - June 2009
The University of Queensland
Position
  • PostDoc Position
January 2002 - November 2005
The University of Sydney
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
March 2001 - March 2005
The University of Sydney
Field of study
  • Economics
March 2001 - March 2005
The University of Sydney
Field of study
  • Economics

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Projects (2)
Project
This study aims to investigate the following research questions (but not limited to): - To what extent mother’s general health, mental health, chronic health conditions and health-related behaviors during pregnancy affect child health - Investigate whether there is any impact of early childhood health and health behavior on the health at the age of 12/13 years. - Investigate whether early childhood circumstances and environment have any effect on child’s mental health at teenage/adolescent stage
Project
Currently I am working on a research program that is a natural extension of the work I have undertaken over the last few years. This research program aims to undertake high quality policy relevant research on these issues: (1) the economics of child health and wellbeing; (2) inequality in health (3) the economics of child and maternal health; (4) health, socioeconomic status and lifestyle factors; 5) economic evaluation and health; (6) impact of health on education and labour market outcome; and (6) health, nutrition, fertility and mortality in developing countries