Lecturer in Economics, RMIT University

Dr Sinclair is an applied economist in the school of Economics Finance and Marketing and a member of the Placemaking Economics Group (PEG) and RMIT's Centre for Urban research (CUR). Her research examines the economic decision making of specific household cohorts over the life cycle. Sarah’s current research relates to the consumption choice of households given certain social situations, their interactions with people and place in addition to the public policy frameworks that can influence those choices. These include family formation and expansion, divorce, the role of child support in the wellbeing of children and retirement planning in particular the role of housing in facilitating positive ageing.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Economics, RMIT