Jane Carroll is a MPP candidate at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, where she is focusing on economic development. Specifically, Jane is interested in how to effectively design and scale public policy interventions. Jane’s interest in international development began at the University of Melbourne, where she graduated as a Chancellor’s Scholar in 2018 after majoring in economics and actuarial studies. Jane’s honors thesis sat at the intersection of environmental and development economics, exploring whether labor regulations in Indian brick kilns generated environmental spill-over costs. During her time at university, Jane explored her passion for economics, completing internships at the Reserve Bank of Australia and the Grattan Institute, an Australian think tank, as well as working as a research assistant and tutor in the Department of Economics. After graduation, Jane joined McKinsey & Company, where she worked predominantly with public and social sector organizations.