As Principal Research Associate at ROSA, Stephen works with SLP data from conception & module design to data analysis and production of valuable insights for academics and external agencies. His current research relates to intergenerational transfers between SLP respondents and their children and parents. Previously at SMU, Stephen has conducted research into health and employment outcomes for mature Singaporeans, plus a focus on training programmes, hospitalisation and long-term care insurance, and spousal retirement decisions. Stephen has five years prior experience as a research assistant and economic consultant, solving difficult policy questions in diverse fields such as health, housing, transportation and development economics. He graduated from The University of Auckland with an Honours degree in economics.
Email: shoskins [at] smu.edu.sg
Tel: (65) 6828 9646