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Faculty of Economics

Ines Lee

“ Applied microeconomics is a very exciting field to be part of! "

Ines Lee currently a Junior Research Fellow in Economics at Homerton College. Her research falls within the field of applied microeconomics and she is currently particularly interested in questions related to healthcare, education, and labour economics. Before joining Cambridge, Ines did her DPhil and MPhil in Economics at Oxford University.

Why economics?

“I chose to study Economics because it’s a very powerful tool to understand various phenomena in the world - from conventional topics such as inflation and consumer demand to less conventional topics such as gender identity and racial bias in judicial systems. With the increasing availability of good datasets, it seems to me that the types of questions one can answer using the economist’s toolkit expands constantly. This makes it a very exciting field to be part of!”


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