Nabeeh is a PhD candidate at the Research School of Economics, Australian National University. His research examines the interactions between demographic changes and economic policy. His current thesis examines the dynamic economic effects of changes in family benefits and social security payments on population growth in the Australian economy. His other research interests include population dynamics and ecology. Prior to his candidature, Nabeeh worked as a consultant for the World Bank Pension and Social Administration Project in the Maldives assisting in the development of the pension system.

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By nature, economic growth is a continual exercise of ‘scaling up.’ It is a premise that drives the pursuit of greater material output at lower costs—a pursuit that leads to the prioritization of economies of scale at all levels of society. At the national level, it often manifests as a mass policy exercise of population […]

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