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Mr Jack Blundell

Mr Jack Blundell

Occasional Research Assistant

Expertise: labour economics, applied econometrics, public economics, technological change


I am an Economics PhD student at Stanford University. My research covers a variety of topics in labour and public economics including intergenerational mobility, income volatility and the impact of technology on labour markets.

Mr Jack Blundell's current areas of research are:

  • The way in which the valuations of different skills in the labour market are affected by technological change
  • The production technology with which different skills and parental investments interact throughout childhood to determine cognitive ability and health status
  • Explaining the growth and excellence of cities in recent decades by investigating sorting patterns