Alicia Bubb

The University of Queensland - School of Economics

Alicia Bubb is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in economics at The University of Queensland, Australia, with a specialization in public economics and macroeconomics. Her research interests primarily focus on the integration of household dynamics into tax-policy design and the evaluation of public policy's effects on the well-being and labor market outcomes of diverse family types. Within her dissertation, Alicia examines how the unique characteristics of couple households impact optimal taxation, as well as analyzes the differential effects of tax policies on various household types. Alicia has earned a Master of Advanced Economics and a Master of International Economics and Finance from The University of Queensland in Australia, and she also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico.