Professor Ian Walker

Professor

PhD Supervision Interests

My interests in applied empirical microeconomic issues are wide ranging and include many aspects of: consumer behaviour, especially risky consumption that affects health, income, and well-being; labour market behaviour, especially labour supply, and wage determination; education economics, especially the graduate labour market; and the connections between these areas.

Secondary School Choice and Academic Attainment
01/01/2017 → 30/09/2019
Research

ANZ Gambling Research Conference
Invited talk

Spanish Education Economics Workshop
Invited talk

IZA Educational Economics Workshop
Invited talk

AALE Conference
Invited talk

IAWEE Conference
Invited talk

IZA Institute of Labor Economics (External organisation)
Membership of board

Fragile Families Conference
Invited talk

Princeton University
Visiting an external academic institution

10th Brucchi Luchino Workshop
Participation in conference

IZA Summer School Early Career Researcher Masterclass
Participation in workshop, seminar, course

Doctor and Dentists Remuneration Board (External organisation)
Membership of board

Labour Economics (Journal)
Editorial activity

Universite Paris ll
Visiting an external academic institution

Inaugural IAWEE Conference on Education Economics 2009
Participation in conference

Danish National Centre for Social Research
Visiting an external academic institution

European Economics Association (External organisation)
Member of an organisation

Work and Pensions for Economists in Government (WPEG) conference 2008
Participation in conference

The University of New South Wales
Visiting an external academic institution

Royal Economic Society (External organisation)
Membership of committee

Princeton Univ
Visiting an external academic institution

European Economics Association (External organisation)
Member of Advisory Panel

  • Centre for Productivity & Efficiency
  • DSI - Society
  • Economics Research Group
  • Gulf One Lancaster Centre for Economic Research
  • Labour, Education and Health Economics