Dr Grace Lordan is an associate professor at the London School of Economics (LSE). She is a research associate at the Center of Economics Performance (LSE), the Institute of Research on Labor (Bonn), the Behavioral Research Hub (LSE) and the International Inequalities Institute (LSE). Grace is also a visiting research fellow in Imperial College’s business school.
Grace is on the Royal Economics Society’s Women’s Committee Board, the LSE’s Planning and Resources Committee and the LSE’s Finance Committee. Grace has a BSc in Computer Science, an MSc in Economics and a PhD in Economics.
Grace's interests lie in working on consultancy projects which put economics to work in the real world, where theory meets application. These include: Designing incentive-based interventions that maximize an employee’s productivity; Advising firms on initiatives they can use to achieve diversity and inclusion; Informing on evidence that can help firms recruit, retain and evaluate their employees objectively and nudges that make it more likely that an employee will comply with an organisation’s rules.
Expertise: diversity and inclusion; discrimination; worker wellbeing; gender; inequality; health economics; labour economics