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Mr Joshua Fullard ISER PhD Student, University of Essex

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Biography: Joshua completed his BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics in 2015, graduating with honours and an AQM award from the department of Government and SAGE Publishing (1 of 2 awarded). Upon completion he was awarded an ESRC '1+3' enhanced studentship in Economics at the University of Essex where he recieved an MRes in Economics in 2016. He is currently a third year PhD student at the Institute for Social and Economic Research and a Senior Researcher at the Education Policy Institute. He recently returned from a visiting position at the ifo Institute under Ludger Woessmann. He is supervised by Emilia Del Bono and Angus Holford.

Research Agenda: His research agenda is focused on the mechanisms determining human capital accumulation with a special interest in elicited subjective expectations. His current project looks at the relationship between labour market conditions and enrolment onto teacher training courses in the UK.

Research Interests: Labour Economics; Economics of Education; Microeconometrics; Applied Microeconomics; Education Inequalities; Randomised Control Trials

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