||Dr Gill WYNESS|
- Education and Skills
Expertise: Economics of Education; Higher Education Finance
Biography:Gill Wyness is a Lecturer in Economics of Education at the Institute of Education in addition to being a Research Economist at the CEP.
Current Areas of Research:
My main research area is the economics of higher education in the UK. I am currently working on a project investigating the impact of university bursaries on completion and performance using a unique dataset collected from UK universities.
Other research includes estimating the impact of higher education finance (fees, grants and loans) on university participation using quasi-experimental methods.
I have also been involved in a randomized control trial looking examining the effects of providing information on the costs and benefits of higher education on pupils' attitudes towards university. We find that providing simple information can improve knowledge and attitudes towards higher education finance.
Affiliations/Professional activities with other institutions:
- Dearden, Fitzsimons and Wyness (2012), ‘Money for nothing: estimating the impact of student aid on participation in Higher Education’, Economics of Education Review (forthcoming)
- Machin, McNally and Wyness (2012), ‘Educational Attainment Across the UK: Performance, Inequality and Evidence’, Educational Research, Volume 55 Number 2
- McGuigan, McNally, and Wyness (2012), “Student Awareness of Costs and Benefits of Educational Decisions: Effects of an Information Campaign”, Centre for Economics of Education, Discussion papers, No’ CEEDP0139. LSE
The end of free college in England: Implications for enrolments, equity, and quality
Richard Murphy, Judith Scott-Clayton and Gill Wyness
Paper No' :
CEP Election Analysis
#ElectionEconomics: The Research Evidence on Key Issues for Voters in the 2015 UK General Election
Ghazala Azmat, Brian Bell, Jonathan Colmer, Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Swati Dhingra, Christian Hilber, Stephen Machin, Alan Manning, Ralf Martin, Alistair McGuire, Sandra McNally, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Henry Overman, Isabelle Roland, Thomas Sampson, Anna Valero, John Van Reenen, Jonathan Wadsworth, Gill Wyness and Gabriel Zucman
Paper No' CEPEA034:
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