Before joining IPPR, Dean was Assistant Economist at the International Longevity Centre, a think-tank focussed on addressing demographic issues, where he lead analysis on a wide range of issues from the global savings gap to the impact of austerity on public health.
At IPPR, Dean’s recent research has explored workforce conditions, the provision of social care and encouraging wider opportunities in education.
Dean holds an MSc in International Finance and Economic Development and a BSc in Economics from the University of Kent.
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