Fourth year PhD student
Room 3.02, 31 Buccleuch Place
- Post code
- EH8 9JT
Mory gained his undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Birmingham. After graduating he worked in Financial Service audit before returning to education to undertake a MSc in economics at St. Andrews University. Whilst there he focused on Macro-economics and global development. Between the completion of his MSc and starting the University of Edinburgh PhD program, Mory spent a year working as an applied economist at Cambridge Econometrics. Here he worked on a variety of international and domestic projects, inter alia: The Northern Power House, UNESCO’s global technical and vocational education and training assessment, European Commission’s Investment protection agreement with Myanmar analysis.
Mory’s current research will focus on the impacts of migration, human capital formation and the impacts on global inequality, using micro founded macroeconomics to model these effects. Mory hopes his research will shed more light on the true economic impact of migration and how individual’s behaviour is affected in the presence of the possibility of migration.
Supervisors: Sevi Mora & Andy Snell