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Joscelyn is an Economic Consultant at London Economics, working across several different sectors with an interest in consumer behaviour and education. Her role involves both qualitative and quantitative research, including data manipulation and cleaning, statistical and econometric modelling and desk based research, as well as client-facing aspects.
At LE, Joscelyn has been involved in a number of projects in the Education and Behavioural teams, as well as work in other sectors. In the Education team, Joscelyn has provided modelling support to model the student finance system in Ireland; evaluated the value for money of the National Citizen Service; and modelled the impact of Covid-19 on universities’ finances. In the Behavioural team, Joscelyn has worked on applying behavioural insights to a range of different sectors, including retail finance, e-commerce and money management, and assessed the consumer detriment associated with the collection of Non-Performing Loans. Currently, Joscelyn is working on a project, on behalf of the UK government, to value the benefits of removing unsafe and non-compliant products from the UK supply chain.
Joscelyn holds a B.A. (Hons) in Economics from the University of Cambridge.