Research and Research Support Staff

Economic and Social Disadvantage Research Team

  1. Professor David Ribar

    Program Director
    (Economic and Social Disadvantage)

    • Household and family economics
    • Family structure
    • Poverty and deprivation
    • Assistance programs
    • Time use
  2. Mr Andrew Bevitt

    Programmer and Database Manager
    (Economic and Social Disadvantage,
    Labour Economics and Social Policy)

    • Workplace leadership
    • Data management
  3. Miss Melisa Bubonya

    Research Support Officer
    (Economic and Social Disadvantage)

    • Applied microeconomics
    • Labour economics
    • Industrial organisation
  4. Mr Abraham Chigavazira

    Research Support Officer
    (Economic and Social Disadvantage,
    Labour Economics and Social Policy)

    • Labour economics
    • Welfare, well-being and poverty
    • Housing supply and markets (homelessness)
  5. Mr Mael Guillou

    Research Support Officer
    (Economic and Social Disadvantage,
    Labour Economics and Social Policy)

    • Behavioural economics
    • Health economics
    • Psychology and economics
  6. Dr Jan Kabátek

    Research Fellow
    (Economic and Social Disadvantage)

    • Household behaviour and family economics
    • Fiscal policies and economic decision-making
    • Demographic economics
    • Demand and supply of labour
    • Wages, compensation and labour costs
  7. Dr Nicolás Salamanca

    Research Fellow
    (Economic and Social Disadvantage)

    • Estimation
    • Personal income and wealth distribution
    • Fertility and family planning
    • Children and youth
    • Discrimination
  8. Dr Claire Thibout

    Research Fellow
    (Economic and Social Disadvantage)

    • Household production
    • Intra-household allocation
    • Economics of gender
    • Time allocation and labour supply
    • Human capital and occupational choice
  9. Dr Anna Zhu

    Research Fellow
    (Economic and Social Disadvantage)

    • Demographic economics
    • Labour economics
    • Welfare, well-being and poverty
    • Econometric methods
    • Statistical methods and methodologies

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