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Xiaodong joined NATSEM in March 2011. Xiaodong has published in International and Australian journals such as Journal of Human Resources, Journal of Econometrics, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Economic Development and Cultural Change, The Economic Record and many other reputable journals. His work includes modelling labour supply, tax and transfer policy, childcare, labour mobility, child development and education, and household consumption.

Prior to joining NATSEM, Xiaodong has worked at the Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA) in Germany, The Australian National University, and the Australian Treasury. He is adjunct to the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University and a Fellow of the IZA.

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Tax Mathematics
Errors in Variables Mathematics
Measurement Error Mathematics
Health Mathematics
Jump Mathematics
Regression Mathematics
Local Regression Mathematics
Labor Supply Mathematics

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Projects 2011 2026

Research Output 2002 2018

A Scoping Study on the Modelling of NHMRC’s New Grant Funding Program.

BROWN, L., LI, J., LA, H. A. & GONG, X., Feb 2018, 35 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

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Multiple sclerosis

Analysis Of NHMRC Workforce Data from 2000 To 2016 And Associated Predictive Modelling.

BROWN, L., LI, J. & GONG, X., Feb 2017, 49 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

2 Citations (Scopus)

Childcare Assistance: Are Subsidies or Tax Credits Better?

GONG, X. & Breunig, R., 2017, In : Fiscal Studies. 38, 1, p. 7-48 42 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Child care
Tax credits
Labor supply
Household income