Associate Professor of Economics, University of Oxford
Alison Andrew is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Oxford and a Tutorial Fellow at Trinity College, Oxford.
She is a development and labor economist, with research interests in the economics of gender, marriage and education. Her current work focuses on India, Colombia and the UK. Details of this research are here.
She was awarded a PhD from UCL in October 2022, and worked as a Senior Research Economist at the Institute of Fiscal Studies in London while studying for my PhD.
Recent work by Alison Andrew
Interventions that only provide material resources to preschools may fail to achieve any benefits, and have unintended negative consequences, if...
Changing the attitudes and behaviours of those enforcing restrictive societal norms is critical for achieving meaningful improvements in women’s...
Isolation is common amongst women living in contexts with restrictive gender norms but varies across socioeconomic groups
Prospects of a desirable groom is an important driver of girls’ education in rural Rajasthan. Helping girls stay in school can prevent early marriage.