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Catherine is senior lecturer in the Accounting, Finance and Economics department of Oxford Brookes Business School, and an honorary senior research associate at UCL Institute of Education. Her research interest is principally in subject choice and its relationship with social background, and the impacts such choices have on access to and progress within universities and the professions. She has published in top education journals.
Lindsey is Associate Professor of Economics and Head of Quantitative Social Science at the Department of Social Science, UCL Institute of Education. She is also a Research Fellow at Institute for Fiscal Studies and a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion at London School of Economics. Lindsey’s research interests focus on intergenerational transmissions of income and jobs, and the mechanisms through which these are passed across generations. She has published in top economics, sociology, social policy and education journals, and written a number of reports for government and third sector organisations, including the Social Mobility Commission.
Gill is Associate Professor of Economics at the Department of Social Science, UCL institute of Education. She is also Research Associate at the Centre for Economic Performance at London School of Economics. Gill’s research focuses on inequality in higher education participation and performance, and her research has looked at the impact of higher education finance, access to information about HE, and predicted grades. She has published in top economics and education journals, and has written for DfE and third sector organizations such as the Sutton Trust.