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Amira Elasra

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Telephone: +44 (0)24 765 74354

Email: A dot Elasra at warwick dot ac dot uk

Room: S2.108

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Amira is an Assistant Professor in the Economics department. She started her academic journey at the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow and later became a part of the Warwick Economics Department in 2016.

Amira is a dedicated educator and researcher with a wealth of experience across academic, governmental, private, and international policy projects. She worked for multiple organizations in Egypt, including the Information and Decision Support Centre, the Minister of Planning and Economic Cooperation, and the Appropriation Committee in the Egyptian Parliament. She worked for international organization such as UNDP in Egypt and Indonesia, the Egyptian National Competitiveness Council, WHO, and USAID.

Teaching Records

Research Interests

  • Education Economics
  • Labor Economics
  • Applied Microeconomics

Research Records

Is a "number of correct answers" identifier in online MCQ tests a good thing?. 2023. Economics Network. Ideas Bank.(LinkLink opens in a new window)

“Multiple Imputation of Missing Data in Educational Production Functions”. 2022. Computation, 10 (4), 49. (LinkLink opens in a new window)

The Longitudinal Study of Young People in England Multiple Imputed datasets. 2022. The University of Warwick’s institutional repository, WRAP (, reference number 161945. (LinkLink opens in a new window)

Can Becker’s model explain the effect of religion and religiosity on the educational outcomes of English adolescents? conference paper 2021, XXIX Meeting of the Economics of Education Association.

Using online quiz assessments. 2021. Economics Network, Ideas Bank. (LinkLink opens in a new window)

Does School Organizational Process Matter for Educational Outcomes in England?, 2020, International Journal of Organizational Leadership, Vol 9, Issue 4, p.243-255. (LinkLink opens in a new window)

Internationalisation Monitor 2018, fourth quarter, CBS, Report. (LinkLink opens in a new window)

Family Structure and Educational Outcomes: The English Case Yielding Starkly Different Results, conference paper 2017, XXVI Jornadas De La Asociación De Economía De La Educación.

Affiliations and other departmental/ university roles:
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Fellow of Warwick International Higher Education Academy
  • Senior Tutor - UG Studies Economics
  • Member of the UG Management Committee
  • Member of the Teaching and Learning Committee
  • Member of the Student-Staff Liaison Committee
  • Member of the Institutional Board of Examiners