Ingrid Burfurd is a Senior Associate in Grattan Institute’s Cities and Transport Program. Ingrid has a background in public policy and academic research, with experience in environmental, transport, and procurement policy. Her expertise is in designing markets for public goods.
Ingrid previously worked as a Senior Economist in the Victorian Public Service. She served as a Senior Expert Advisor on the UNFCCC’s High-Level Panel reviewing the Clean Development Mechanism, and as an academic she lectured first- and second-year microeconomics.
Ingrid has a PhD in Economics and an honours degree in Arts and Commerce (Economics), both from the University of Melbourne. Her research has been published in highly-ranked journals including Experimental Economics and the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.
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Most Australian households are well-positioned for electric vehicles
While you might think Australia’s shift to electric vehicles is stuck in the slow lane, most car-owning households have space to charge their cars – and they’re ready for the shift.