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Research interests

Dafni is a Lecturer in Economics at Brighton Business School. She is an applied economist with an interest in labour economics, household finance, and migration economics. She is particularly interested in the study of the heterogeneous effects of temporary and permanent macroeconomic shocks on the labour market outcomes of individuals, their attitudes, and their financial positions.

Scholarly biography

Dafni has experience both in public policy and academia. As an economist in the sphere of public policy, she worked with clients such as the Low Pay Commission, the Social Mobility Commission, and the International Labour Organization. Prior to that, Dafni researched the effects of austerity on attitudes as a Research Associate in Economics at the University of Sheffield. Dafni has also worked as a Teaching Fellow in Economics at the University of Southampton, where she taught courses predominantly in the areas of Econometrics and Labour Economics.

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Award Date: 1 Jul 2016


Award Date: 30 Sep 2009


Award Date: 30 Sep 2008


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