Jamie is a senior research fellow in the work and welfare state team.
Jamie’s expertise lies in health economics and quantitative analysis. He is working for the Commission on Prosperity and Health and is leading the workstream on Government, Business and People.
Prior to the IPPR, Jamie obtained his PhD in health economics from the University of Southern Denmark and has worked for the Department of Health and Social Care. He joins the IPPR from Pro Bono Economics, a think tank in the social sector space, where his work has been featured in the Guardian and the Financial Times.
Jamie’s areas of interest are:
- Health inequalities
- Labour market
- Quantitative research methods