Nataliya Ilyushina is a Research Fellow at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society (ADM+S) and the Blockchain Innovation Hub at RMIT University.

Nataliya received her PhD in Economics from RMIT University. Her other qualifications include Master of Economics from Melbourne University, double degree Master of Professional Accounting, Master of Commerce from RMIT University and Bachelor of Economics from Moscow State University.

Nataliya has an extensive experience in empirical data analysis and the most up to date training in econometric techniques. Her research interests are in the area of wellbeing and health economics, data analysis and socio-economic issues surrounding artificial intelligence adoption and digital inclusion. Nataliya is currently working on empirical mapping of automated decision making and analysing it’s the impact of automation on businesses, skills and labour market.