Dr Jananie William

BActSt (Hons) BCom FIAA PhD
Lecturer
ANU College of Business and Economics

Research interests

Public health (specialises in maternal health), public policy, human services and general insurance. Current projects focus on the profiles of public vs. private patients in the maternal healthcare system, health system costs of women who experience domestic violence and gender disparities in retirement incomes. 

Biography

Dr Jananie William is a lecturer in Actuarial Studies in the Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia and has a PhD in Actuarial Studies. Her research interests are in public health, public policy and human services with a focus on women’s issues. She enjoys applying actuarial techniques to these areas to provide policy solutions to complex problems and ultimately produce better outcomes for individuals and society. Her current research projects include costing studies in maternal health, the health system costs of domestic violence and gender disparities in retirement incomes. She also teaches advanced actuarial courses including the Actuarial Control Cycle and Advanced General Insurance. Prior to joining the university, Jananie spent nine years working in various actuarial consultant roles in the general insurance and investment advisory industry in Australia and the UK. 

Researcher's projects

Maternal health system costs of women who experience adverse birth outcomes

Health system costs of women who experience domestic violence

Faith based interventions for domestic violence

Gender disparities in retirement incomes

Financial literacy 

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