Rebecca Wilde started her PhD at the IER in 2011, investigating nursing labour supply in the UK, using a mixed-methods approach. Prior to this, she completed her Bachelor degree in Economics at Coventry University, and following this her Masters degree in Economics at the University of Warwick . After completing her masters she was offered a lecturing position in the department for Economics, Finance and Accounting at Coventry University, where she continues working to date, whilst she undertakes her doctorial studies at the University of Warwick. She has worked on various projects relating to Health and Labour Economics both within the UK and Europe.
She has pursued her interest in nursing labour supply in the UK throughout her years of study and employment, which included the econometric modelling of nursing labour supply in the UK for her masters thesis project. Rebecca is co-founder of the Health Economics ARG at Coventry University, and is year 2 tutor for the economics programme.
Nursing labour supply, Health economics and the market for health care in the UK, International Labour Economics.