AsPr Creina Day

College of Asia & the Pacific
T: 61252681

Areas of expertise

  • Economic Development And Growth 140202
  • Other Economics 1499

Research interests

  • economic demography
  • R&D-based growth
  • macroeconomics


Creina Day was awarded the 2011 JG Crawford Award for the best piece of original research on Japan. Ongoing research interests span economic demography, fertility, R&D-based growth, China’s resources boom and macroeconomic policy. Her research has been published in Berkeley Electronic Journals in Macroeconomics, Economic Record, Review of Income and Wealth, and Oxford Economic Papers

Prior to joining the Department, Creina was a Lecturer in postgraduate Macroeconomics Analysis at the University of Sydney where she received 3 awards for teaching excellence. Recently, as lecturer in IDEC8002 Graduate Diploma Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy, she was nominated three times for the College of Asia and the Pacific Award for Teaching Excellence (Sem 2, 2011, 2013, 2014). Creina received a Notable Mention (CAP Teaching Excellence Award) for 2014 and was nominated for the 2015 Vice Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence for IDEC8002 and IDEC8008 Masters Open Economy Macroeconomics, Finance and Development.



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