Biography:Daniel joined CEP in 2015. Prior to joining CEP he worked as a Research Economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, and before that as a Senior Research and Policy Analyst at the Resolution Foundation think tank. He has also worked as a Policy Advisor in the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit and Deputy Prime Minister's Office. Daniel's research interests include labour economics, organisational economics, political economy, economic history and political philosophy.
Current Areas of Research:
Inequality, particularly the impact of technology on the distribution of earnings and the organisation of work.
- MSc Economics and Philosophy, LSE
- Henry Fellowship, Economics and Philosophy, Harvard
- BA History, Cambridge
- ESRC PhD award (LSE)
- Department of Philosophy MSc Scholarship (LSE)
- Chandler, D. and R. Disney (2014), ‘The Housing Market in the United Kingdom: Effects of House Price Volatility on
Households’, in Fiscal Studies, 35: 371–394.
- Chandler, D. and Johnson, P. (2015), ‘The coalition and the economy’, in Seldon, A. and M. Finn ed. The Coalition
Effect, 2010–2015 (Cambridge University Press).
- Resolution Foundation (2012), ‘Gaining from growth: The final report of the Commission on Living Standards’, Resolution Foundation