Owain Emslie is a Senior Associate at Grattan Institute. He has worked in the Transport and Cities, Household Finances, School Education, and Budget and Governance programs. He has co-authored reports on transport infrastructure procurement, female workforce participation, retirement incomes, and measuring student progress.
Owain previously spent 13 years working as an actuary in general insurance at IAG. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Science from the University of Melbourne. He has also completed professional qualifications as an actuary.
Why the federal government should boost paid parental leave for fathers and partners
For new dads, Australia has one of the least generous parental leave schemes in the developed world. And Australian fathers have been reluctant to access what little leave is available to them.