Dr Di Johnson
Currently a Lecturer at Griffith Business School, teaching Financial Planning, Personal Finance, Risk & Insurance, Ethics & Professionalism. Over 25 years’ experience in private, government and university positions including 18 years prior to academia in predominantly Principal positions in finance, strategic policy and reform roles.
My PhD (Griffith University) focused on supporting retirement wellbeing through alternative and sustainable retirement income and housing policy. Other degrees include B.Bus (Human Resource Management) from QUT; Grad Cert in Business (Behavioural Economics) from QUT; Grad Dip (Applied Finance & Investment) from Securities Institute of Australia; and Grad Cert in University Learning & Teaching (Griffith University).
As a multidisciplinary-motivated academic working with partners on complex problems related to financial inequality, bias and wellbeing, my approach to research and commentary examines mutuality between variables and stakeholders, to support more inclusive insight, ethical analysis, interpretation and policy solutions.
Current research and commentary interests include:
Financial Inequality; Household Economics & Finance; Gender; Ethics in Finance & AI; Behavioural Economics; Behavioural Risk; Trust; Risk & Insurance; Bias & Wellbeing; Fintech; Retirement & Superannuation; Artificial Intelligence.