Professor Mardi Dungey


Professor Mardi Dungey is a member of the CEDA Council on Economic Policy, which comprises some of Australia's best and brightest policy minds, and guides CEDA's research agenda.
Mardi Dungey is Professor of Economics and Finance at the University of Tasmania, a Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Financial Analysis and Policy at the University of Cambridge and Adjunct Professor at the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Policy at the Australian National University.


Mardi’s research interests combine the empirical sides of finance and economics, particularly in her interests in the effects of financial crises on open economies and policy assessment. She is responsible for developments in modelling frameworks for open economies and for applications to Australian and other economies. Mardi is an expert in contagion effects during financial crises and has a recent book on modelling contagion published by Oxford University Press (OUP).

Mardi moved to the University of Tasmania in October 2008, from her position as the Deputy Director of the Centre for Financial Analysis and Policy at the University of Cambridge, where she had been since early 2005. Prior to that she held academic positions at the Australian National University and La Trobe University. She has also worked at Econtech Consulting Group and the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), and held visiting positions at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), University of Cambridge, Princeton University, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and Australian and New Zealand treasuries. She speaks regularly to international forums on her research and holds a number of competitive grants. She holds a PhD in Economics from the Australian National University and an undergraduate honours degree from the University of Tasmania.

Mardi is currently a co-editor of the Economic Record and an Associate Editor of the Journal of Applied Econometrics and the Journal of Asian Economics.

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On the CEDA Blog

The CEDA blog aims to deliver informed debate and new ideas for discussion on the economic and social issues facing Australia. Read blog articles by Mardi Dungey: