- Labour and Econometrics
- UG Econometrics
Email: Neil dot Lloyd at warwick dot ac dot uk
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- General: Wed, 2-3pm, S1.137
- EC226: Wed 3-4pm, S1.128B
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I joined the Department of Economics as a Teaching Fellow in August 2021 to undertake teaching mainly in econometrics, research methods in economics and research in applied economics. For the academic year 2022/23, I will be overseeing the development and delivery of the new Academic Writing Skills module and also head up the UG Data team.
My research interests are in the area of labour economics and public policy. I am particularly interested in the way institutions affect labour market outcomes; for example, collective bargaining, minimum wages, taxation, and family policy. I am also interested in applied microeconometrics and related applied economics fields, including development economics and economic history.
I completed my PhD at Vancouver School of Economics, University of British Columbia, Canada, specialising in labour economics. I also completed a 1-year taught Master’s degree in Economics at UBC and my undergraduate degrees were in Economics & Economic History, with Honours in Economics, from the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
I am an accredited Fellow of Advanced HE (FHEA).
1. Fortin, N., Lemieux, T., & Lloyd, N. (2023). Right-to-work laws, unionization, and wage setting, Research in Labor Economics, 50, pp. 285-326.
2. Fortin, N., Lemieux, T., & Lloyd, N. (2021). Labour Market Institutions and the Distribution of Wages: The Role of Spillover Effects, Journal of Labor Economics, 31:S2, S369-S412.
3. Maughan-Brown, B., Lloyd, N., Bor, J.& Venkataramani, A. (2016). Changes in self-reported HIV testing during South Africa's 2010/2011 national testing campaign: gains and shortfalls, Journal of the International AIDS Society, 19:1
4. Lloyd, N. & Leibbrandt, M. (2014). New evidence on subjective well-being and the definition of unemployment in South Africa, Development Southern Africa, 31:1, 85-105
1. Lloyd, N. & Leibbrandt, M. (2018) "Entry into and exit from informal enterprise ownership in South Africa" in Fourie, F. (ed.), The South African Informal Sector: Creating Jobs, Reducing Poverty, HSRC Press, South Africa.