Jeevun Sandher

Thesis title:

Political, Economic and Well-Being Inequality in the United Kingdom


Jeevun is an Economist who is undertaking PhD research on political, economic and wellbeing inequality in the United Kingdom. In particular, he is interested in the effect that voting patterns have had on taxation, social security and public spending policies, as well as the impact that secular economic forces such as automation and globalisation have had on the incomes and wellbeing of different groups. His research involves the construction of formal theoretical economic models, which he tests using econometric & causal inference methods as well as microsimulation modelling.

First supervisor:

David Hope


13 – Politics, Public Policy & Governance