Monash University

Chandravadan Shah

Associate Professor, Monash University, Adjunct Associate Professor Victoria University (Economics of education; Labour economics; Economic models and forecasting)

Melbourne, Australia

Chandra's research interests include economics of education and training, labour economics and forecasting. He completed many commissioned projects for governments and other public and private organisations. From 1995 to 2016, he worked in the Centre for the Economics of Education and Training (CEET) at Monash University, Prior to that he was lecturer at Deakin University and senior tutor in the Department of Econometrics at Monash University. Currently he is a Fellow of the Global Labor Organisation.


  • ‘Out-of-Field’ Teaching in Mathematics: Australian Evidence from PISA 2015
  • Correction to: ‘Out-of-Field’ Teaching in Mathematics: Australian Evidence from PISA 2015
  • Skills shortages: Concepts, measurement and policy responses
  • Skills Shortages: Concepts, Measurement and Policy Responses
  • Employment shifts in the technical and further education workforce in Victoria
  • Model selection in univariate time series forecasting using discriminant analysis
  • Australian immigration: The triumph of economics over prejudice?
  • Occupational replacement demand in Australia
  • An undergraduate student flow model: Australian higher education
  • Critical Perspectives on Economics of Education, Edited by SilviaMendolia, MartinO'Brien, Alfredo R.Paloyo and OlegYerokhin (London, UK: Routledge, 2022), 292 pages + xviii front matter. * *
  • Shah, C 2021, ‘Youth self-employment: What Do We Need to Know/Do?’

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