Sunday, October 15, 2006

British econometrician

Britain's most prominent microeconometrician is Richard Blundell. He is head of economics at UCL, research director at IFS and also president of the Econometric Society.

Being 54 he has published a vast amount of articles on labour economics and related fields. Looking at his IFS website one is astonished at the multiple fields he has written on. He is a true public microeconometrician being aware of the various facets of policy analysis.

Have you come across any of his work which has particularly impressed you?

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