CSAE Research Team and areas of specialisation
Dr Christopher S Adam: Reader in Development Economics and Official Fellow of St Cross College: macroeconomics and applied macroeconometrics
Dr Janine Aron: Research Officer: international economics, monetary economics, applied macroeconometrics on the South African economy
Dr Erlend Berg: British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in Economics: development economics, applied microeconomics, public service delivery, household finance, programme evaluation
David L Bevan: Fellow of St John’s College: public economics and macroeconomics
Professor Paul Collier: Co-Director CSAE, Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government, Professorial Fellow of St Antony's College: Governance in low-income countries, political economy of democracy, growth in Africa, civil war, aid, globalisation and poverty
Matthew Collin: Research Officer: Development economics, applied micro, land tenure, urban economics, peer effects, ethnicity, child health
Professor Stefan Dercon: Professor of Development Economics and Fellow of Wolfson College: microeconomics, poverty and welfare analysis
Professor Marcel Fafchamps: Co-Director CSAE, Professor in the Department of Economics and Professorial Fellow at Mansfield College: applied microeconomics
Dr Paolo Falco: Occupational choices and their outcomes in African labour markets.
Dr James Fenske: Deputy Director CSAE, University Lecturer in Economic History: Africa, Institutions, History, Development, Environment, Nigeria
Professor Douglas Gollin: Professor of Development Economics: economic growth; agriculture; impact of agricultural technology; self-employment and informality.
Dr Anke Hoeffler: Research Officer: macroeconomics, growth and economics of conflict
Dr Clément Imbert: Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Nuffield College: political economy and labour market effects of social programmes, social insurance and risk, Asia
Dr Kim Lehrer: Research Officer: development economics, applied microeconometrics, project evaluation, the economics of education, labour economics, and gender issues
Professor John B Knight: Professor of Economics and Fellow of St Edmund Hall: labour and human resource economics
Dr Catherine Porter: British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in Economics and Junior Research Fellow at Corpus Christi College: development economics, applied microeconomics, nutrition, poverty and welfare analysis, programme evaluation
Dr Simon Quinn: Deputy Director CSAE, Research Officer and Fellow of St Antony's College: development economics, markets, firms and institutions in Africa
Dr William Seitz: Research Officer: development economics, Africa, international economic sanctions, applied microeconometrics
Dr Pierre-Louis Vézina: international trade, corruption and development
CSAE Support Team
Julia Coffey: Information Services/Administrative Officer
Suzanne George: Administrative/Publications Officer
Richard Manning: Senior Research Associate
Rose Page: Administrator
Richard D W Payne: Information Services Officer
Martina Siertsema: Personal Assistant to the Director and Administrative Officer
Gail Wilkins: Administrative/Finance Officer
CSAE DPhil Students and thesis title
Meltem Aran: Measuring women’s revealed preferences and empowerment using experimental data.
Matej Bajgar: Firm-level export entry in developing countries
Patrick Barron: What causes peace to consolidate? Local politics and post-conflict violence in Indonesia
Bet Caeyers: Targeting effectiveness of Community Driven Development Projects (CDDs)
Stefano Caria: Social networks and learning in developing countries' labour markets.
Jacobus Cilliers: Conflict, coercion and collusion in warlord economies
Elwyn Davies: International trade, development economics, theories on networks and matching, economic institutions.
Simon Franklin: Low cost housing and informal settlements in African Cities
La-Bhus (Fah) Jirasavetakul: Labour markets in developing countries: Testing implications of an educational reform - Returns to education and occupational choices.
Jan Jozwik: Essays on technology adoption in developing countries
Gautam Kalani: Coping with risk in poor rural economies
Naureen Karachiwalla: Essays in Education Incentives
Martina Kirchberger: Sources of risk in developing countries.
Jonathan Lain: Risk, occupational choice and savings.
Christoph Lakner: Real wages and mobility in low- and high-income countries
Oswaldo Molina Campodonico: Essays on the impact of property rights on poor households.
Kate Orkin: Making the grade: Why Ethiopian children fail at school, and how formal schools fail children
Anisha Sharma: Labour economics, economics of education, development economics.
Bilal Siddiqi: Essays in Institutions, Law and Conflict.
Abhijeet Singh: Empirical essays in development economics
Richard Stanley: War, peace, and child survival in Africa: A mixed methodological approach.
Gerhard Toews: Essays in resource economics
Ana Vaz: Interpersonal influence and network effects: Experimental evidence from Mozambique.
Jan von der Goltz: Essays in development and environmental economics
Kate Vyborny: Essays on government redistribution in developing countries.
Sébastien E J Walker: Essays in development macroeconomics.
Christian Westerlind Wigstrom: Regional integration organisations in Africa: Failed or misunderstood
Dr Manos Antoninis (EFA Global Monitoring Report): education.
Dr Simon Appleton (University of Nottingham).
Dr M Niaz Asadullah (School of Economics, Reading University and SKOPE, Oxford University): development economics, economics of education.
Dr Monazza Aslam (Visiting Research Associate, Institute of Education, University of London): economics of education and labour economics with a focus on Pakistan.
Dr S Bandyopadhyay (Queen Mary University of London and London School of Economics).
Dr Abigail Barr (University of Nottingham): behavioural and experimental economics applied to development issues.
Dr Alberto Behar (IMF): labour demand, skill-biased technical change, international trade.
Professor S Bhalotra (University of Bristol): applied microeconomics, health, education and gender and the family in low income countries.
Dr Sambit Bhattacharyya: development economics, economic history, and political economy.
Professor Arne Bigsten (University of Gothenburg): income distribution, poverty, industrial development, trade and aid.
Professor Michael Bleaney (University of Nottingham, Emeritus): macroeconomics, exchange rate economics, determinants and effects of civil conflict.
Dr Daniel Clarke: Research Officer: financial contracting in low-income countries
Dr Markus Eberhardt: (University of Nottingham): cross-country empirics, productivity analysis.
Professor D Fielding (University of Otago): development macroeconomics and political economy.
Dr Augustin K Fosu (Deputy Director, United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER)).
Professor P Guillaumont (Professeur émérite à l'Université d'Auvergne et Président de la Ferdi).
Professor S Guillaumont Jeanneney (CERDI).
Professor Jan W Gunning (VU University Amsterdam).
K Hanson (London School of Tropical Hygiene and Medicine): health economics.
Christian Helmers: (Universidad Carlos III, Madrid): intellectual property, with a focus on patents, in advanced developing economies including Brazil, Chile, China, and India.
Dr John Hoddinott (IFPRI).
Dr Carolyn Jenkins Macroeconomics, regional integration, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Dr Bereket Kebede (University of East Anglia): development, behavioural and experimental economics; intra-household allocations; social preferences; payment for environmental services; health; land distribution; household energy demand.
Dr Andrew Kerr: (University of Cape Town): labour economics, microeconometrics.
Dr Christopher Ksoll: (University of Ottawa): development economics, applied microeconometrics, family networks and insurance, HIV/AIDS and orphans, information technology and rural markets
Dr G Kambou (World Bank).
Dr Bill Kinsey (Ruzivo Trust Harare): economic anthropology.
Dr Pramila Krishnan (Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge): microeconomics of development. .
Dr Ron Leung (Development Research Department, African Development Bank).
Dr Adeel Malik (Islamic Centre Lecturer in Development Economics, Dept of International Development (QEH); Globe Fellow in the economies of Muslim societies, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies; Research Fellow in economics, St. Peter's College, Oxford).
Dr N A McCulloch, (IDS).
Dr Alexander Moradi Lecturer, School of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies, University of Sussex.
Professor B Ndulu (Central Bank of Tanzania).
Professor S O’Connell (Swarthmore College): macroeconomics.
Dr Remco Oostendorp (VU University, Amsterdam).
Dr Trudy Owens (University of Nottingham).
Professor T A Oyejide (University of Ibadan and AERC).
Dr John Page (The Brookings Institution, Washington DC).
Dr Catherine Pattillo (IMF).
Dr Natalie Quinn (Lady Margaret Hall Domus Fellow and Tutor in Economics, University of Oxford)
Dr R. Reinikka (World Bank): public economics and service delivery; micro foundations of growth; and macroeconomics of trade liberalization.
Dr Elizabeth J Z Robinson (IFPRI-Ghana and University of Gothenburg).
Dr Christian Rogg (Senior Economic Adviser, UK Department for International Development (DFID): asset portfolios and precautionary savings; fiscal policy and aid dependency.
Dr Pieter Serneels: (Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of East Anglia): micro, behavioural and labour economics.
Dr Danila Serra (Assistant Professor of Economics, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas): experimental methodologies and survey design, both in lab and field settings, for the study of issues relating to corruption, governance, and accountability.
Dr Måns Söderbom (University of Gothenburg): microeconomics; labour markets; productivity; investment; firm performance.
Dr Charles Chukwuma Soludo (Chairman, Board of Directors of the African Institute for Applied Economics, Nigeria).
Professor David Stasavage(New York University): political economy of institutions, democracy and education provision, regional integration, political geography.
Dr Kang Tan International macroeconomics, adaptive learning, applied econometrics.
Dr Francis Teal: microeconomics of firms and labour markets
Nicolas Van de Sijpe (Dept Lecturer in Development Economics, Dept of International development [QEH]): Foreign aid and government behaviour.
Bruno Versailles Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF.
Pedro Vicente (New University of Lisbon): political economy of development.
Dr Zaki Wahhaj (Lecturer in Economics, University of Kent) Gender and economics of the family, education, social norms, informal institutions, risk-sharing and microfinance.
Dr Andrew Zeitlin: (Georgetown Public Policy Institute & Centre for Global Development): development economics, applied microeconomics
Richard Brown (University of Queensland) March to June 2013
Dick Durevall (University of Gothenburg) April to June 2013
Karlijn Morsink (University of Twente, Netherlands) May to Dec 2012
|Kofi Adjepong-Boateng||Standard Chartered, South Africa, Chair of Policy Committee|
|Robert A. Annibale||Global Director, Citi Microfinance|
|Charles Badenoch||Chief Executive, World Vision|
|Mr Alex Cobham||Head of Research Save the Children
|Professor Paul Collier||Director CSAE, University of Oxford|
|Dr Jan Dehn||Portfolio Manager Ashmore Investment|
|Dr Marcel Fafchamps||Deputy Director, CSAE, University of Oxford|
|Dr Greg Fischer||LSE, London|
|Joel Kibazo||Partner, JK Associates|
|Professor John B. Knight||Department of Economics, University of Oxford|
|Sir Tim Lankester||Chairman of the Council, LSHTM, University of London|
|Penny Lawrence||International Programmes Director, Oxfam|
|Richard Manning||Senior Research Associate, CSAE, University of Oxford|
|Dr Greg Mills||Director, The Brenthurst Foundation, South Africa|
|Dr David Pratten||Director, African Studies Centre, University of Oxford|
|Professor Kevin Roberts||Head of Department Dept. Economics, University of Oxford|
|Dr Francis Teal||
Deputy Director, CSAE, University of Oxford