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Sarah Jewell

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  • Undergraduate admissions tutor
  • Module convenor for Economics of Labour, Advances in Causal Inference

Areas of interest

Labour Economics: Human Capital, The Graduate Labour Market, Gender and the labour market; Economics of Sport: Economics of Cricket

Postgraduate supervision

I am happy to supervise topics in applied microeconomics and applied labour economics. In particular I am interested in supervising topics related to the graduate labour market, human capital, gender and the labour market, and the economics of cricket.

Background

I have been at the University of Reading since 2005, first as a PhD student, then as a lecturer and I was promoted to Associate Professor in 2017. I am an applied labour economist and microeconomist. My main research area focuses on the graduate labour market, with particular interests in: creative graduates; the role of preferences and beliefs in labour market decisions of graduates. I am also interested in gender and the labour market, and the economics of sport: with a particular focus on economics insights using cricket data. My PhD research focused on Human Capital acquisition in higher education. Before my PhD I spent two years as a research assistant at the Centre for Market and Public Organisation (CMPO) at the University of Bristol, working on executive pay and firm performance.

Academic qualifications

  • PhD (Economics), University of Reading
  • Msc, Bsc (Economics), Royal Holloway, University of London

Awards and honours

  • ERASMUS+ Project:“Employability in programme development: Establishing a labour market to higher education feedback loop drawing on local labour market intelligence”, partner institution (2021-2023)
  • Australian Research Council Discovery Projects Project: "So What Do You Do? Graduates in the Creative and Cultural Industries", partner investigator (2016-2019)
  • Centre for Career Management Skills (CCMS) PhD Scholarship, University of Reading (2005-2009)

Websites/blogs

Personal Website

Publications