TRiSS PhD Researchers
|Name of Student
|Title of Doctoral Thesis
|Essays on learning and decision-making in behavioral development economics
|The processes and politics of deskilling and reskilling among 'new' EU migrants
|Alexis De Saint-Lager
|Rethinking the Role of Discretionary Fiscal Policy as a Macroeconomic Stabilization Tool: Lessons from Japan
|Conflict research, specifically explaining and predicting socialisation patterns by insurgent groups in connection to sexual violence committed by those groups
|Social Work Social Policy
|What Will I Do After I Blow Out My 18 Candles? A PAR Investigation of Separated Young People's Transition Experiences in Northern France
|The impact of the success of right-wing populist parties on support for democracy among Muslims in Europe
|Imagining Ireland's economic future 1893-1923.
|Frank Barry and Anne Dolan
|Financial inclusion, women empowerment, and social protection
|Money, Guns, and Training: How do different sources of funding and resources affect civilian control and military effectiveness?
|Jesse Dillon Savage
|Collective Victimhood Narratives in US Legislative Debates and Cable News
|The role of environmental issues in European elections. Assessing whether European elections establish an electoral connection based on these issues.
|Gender and Intrahousehold Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa
|Essays in Political Economy: Perceptions and the Role of Media
|Essays in Applied-Microeconomics and Development. Currently working on two distinct projects: the impact of the internet penetration on gender norms in Africa, and the impact of resource windfalls on education and labor supply in Bangladesh.
|Alejandra Ramos and Selim Gulesci
|Development Economics - Migration, Social Protection and Climate Change
|Macroeconomic policy and demographics
|Hannah Ortega McCormack
|Applied Microeconometrics - Political and Public Economics
|Collective Action and the Labour Movement - Essays in Economic History
|Jack O Neill
|Investigating MNE lobbying strategy before, during, and after the Covid-19 pandemic
|Analysing the link between identity, political theory and violence
|Applied Microeconomics - Feminist and Labour Economics
|Lucas Da Silva
|The effects of labour party cultural positions on working-class voter behaviour
|Constantine Boussalis and Jan Berz
|The Effect of Populism on Health Emergencies: Explaining Variation in Government Responses to COVID-19
|Minorities and the Army: The Effects of Conscription on Social Identity and its Implications for Political Engagement.
|Jesse Dillon Savage
|Essays in Media Economics
|Urban Economics, Real Estate Economics, Economic History. Currently working on: the long run effects of public housing on racial residential segregation
|Development, Politics and Media
|Carol Newman and Tara Mitchell
|Essays in Applied Microeconomics and Development – Post-Conflict Land Restitution and Reintegration, and Gender
Essays in Development Economics
|Exploring Societal Dynamics: From Educational Disparities to Covid-19 Impacts
|Essays in Behavioral and Development Economics
|International Macroeconomics - the effect of structural reforms on income and wealth inequality from an international perspective and particularly looking at the capital flows reform dimension
|Agustín S. Bénétrix and Davide Romelli
|Trade Liberalisation, Firm Dynamics and Labour Market Outcomes
|Marvin Suisse and Carol Newman
|Bringing culture back in: Why some legacies outlive others?
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