Lordan, Grace

Dr Grace Lordan  

Department

Position held

Associate Professor

 

Associate Professor

 

Non LSE positions held

IZA (Bonn)

Research Fellow

 

Experience keywords:

applied econometrics; discrimination; gender; health economics; health statistics; labor economics; population economics

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Dr Grace Lordan is an associate professor in health economics at the LSE whose research broadly considers why a person’s gender and ethnicity predicts their health and labor market outcomes significantly. In essence she is interested in disentangling discrimination as a cause from other factors. For full details of Grace’s research and publications go to www.gracelordan.com

Sectors and industries to which research relates:

Banking; Consultancy; Healthcare; Policy and Regulatory Bodies

Countries and regions to which research relates:

Ireland; UK; US; international

Media experience:

Radio; TV

Contact Points

LSE email:

g.lordan@lse.ac.uk

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Grace is an economist by background with a particular expertise in the fields of applied econometrics, health economics, discrimination and gender. For full details of Grace’s research and publications go to www.gracelordan.com

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