The School of Demography in the ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences is delighted to announce James O’Donnell as the recipient of the 2019 Charles Price Prize in Demography.
His thesis research focused on measuring and understanding the patterns, prevalence and dynamics of different types of housing and homelessness.
James will be awarded his PhD during the December 2019 ANU graduation ceremonies. He is currently a Research Fellow on the ANU Social Cohesion project.
The Charles Price Prize recognises the best PhD thesis each year on a topic which contributed outstanding research to the field of Demography.
The prize is named in honour of Dr Charles A. Price, who for many years was a Professorial Fellow in the Department of Demography at the Australian National University, and was an internationally renowed scholar, particularly in the field of migration studies.