Monica Lambon-Quayefio

Monica is an applied economist whose research interests spans the fields of gender, household decision-making, and health economics. She has experience in analysing cross-sectional and longitudinal data. She has worked with large-scale national household surveys including the World Bank’s Living Standards Measurement Surveys. She is experienced in the empirical analyses of cross-sectional and panel datasets. Her recent research has examined the relationship between child labour and intergenerational poverty and inequality of opportunities and education outcomes. She is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Economics and a Research Associate of the Africa Centre of Excellence in Inequality Research.