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Dr Getinet Haile

BA (Addis Ababa), MSc (Nottingham), PhD (Nottingham)
Assistant Professor in Industrial Economics
E-mail: Getinet.Haile@nottingham.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 115 7484078
Location: B32 (South Building, Jubilee Campus)


2009 – Ongoing Research Fellow, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) http://www.iza.org
2008 – Ongoing Senior Research Fellow, Development and Policies Research Centre, DEPOCEN
2008 – Ongoing Visiting Lecturer, African Economic Research Consortium
Ongoing Member, European Association of Labour Economists
Ongoing Member, The Society of Labor Economists

Research Interests
Applied Labour economics; industrial relations; impact evaluation; micro-econometrics; development economics

Administrative Roles
MSc Admissions Tutor (Banking and Risk)
MSc Admissions Tutor (Banking and Finance)
The following lists my publications from 1996 to the present day.

Journal Articles

Haile, G.(2012)., "Unhappy working with men? Workplace gender diversity and Job-related well-being in Britain", Labour Economics, Vol.19 (3) Individual Ranking 23-Ju, pp. 329-350, DOI: 10.1016/j.labeco.2012.02.002.

Frolich, M.; Haile, G.(2011)., "Labour markets in developing countries", Labour Economics, Vol.18 (S1), S2-S6.

Haile, G.; Haile, B.(2011)., "Child Labour and Schooling in Rural Ethiopia: Is there a trade-off?", Education Economics, DOI:10.1080/09645292.2011.623376.

Cappellari, L.; Dorsett, R.; Haile, G.(2010)., "State dependence and unobserved heterogeneity in the employment transitions of the over-50s", Empirical Economics, Vol.38 (3), pp. 523-554.

Haile, G.(2008)., "The nature of self-employment in urban Ethiopia", Ethiopian Journal of Economics, Vol.17 (1), DOI: 10.4314/eje.v17i1.46193.

Haile, G.; Nguyen, A.(2008)., "Determinants of academic attainment in the US: a quantile regression analysis of test scores", Education Economics, Vol.16 (1), pp. 29-53.

Nguyen, A.; Haile, G.; Taylor, J.(2005)., "Ethnic and Gender Differences in Intergenerational Mobility: A Study of 26-Year-Olds in the USA", Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Vol.52 (4).



Chapters in Books

Haile, G.(2010)., "Workplace Demographic Diversity and Employee Well-being", in Whitfield,K (ed) Employee Well-Being and Working Life: Towards an Evidence-Based Policy Agenda, Proceedings of an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)/Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Public Policy Seminar event held at the Health and Safety Executive..

Haile, G.; Mengistu, H.(2007)., "Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Ethiopia", in Chapter in Proceedings of the 2006 Annual Conference of the Ethiopian Economic Association.

Haile, G.(2006)., "Determinants of Self-Employment in Urban Ethiopia", in Chapter in Proceedings of the 2005 Annual Conference of the Ethiopian Economic Association.

Bradley, S.; Haile, G.; Johnes, G.; Lenton, P.; Simmons, R.; Steele, G.(2005)., "Principles of Economics", in A Pearson Custom Publication, Lancaster University, Lancaster.

Haile, G.(1999)., "Export promotion in Ethiopia, Economic Focus", (II (2)).

Haile, G.(1995)., "Food Aid in Ethiopia: Trends and Possible Impacts", in Demeka, M, Amha, W, Ehui, S, and Zegeye, T (ed) Food Security, Nutrition, and Poverty Alleviation in Ethiopia: Problems and Prospects, Inaugural and First Annual Conference of the Agricultural Economics Society of Ethiopia,.



Conferences

Haile, G.; Poppe, R.; Froelich, M., 2011, "The Impact of School Meals Programme: Some Evidence from Ethiopia", paper presented at the 2012 CSAE Conference, Oxford University.

Haile, G., 2007, "A multilevel analysis of job satisfaction in Britain", at draft paper presented at the 2007 WERS users meeting (NEISER) (March 2007) and at the Westminster Business School staff seminar (April 2007) (http://www.wers2004.info/research/searchdetail.php?activities_pk=170.

Haile, G.; Haile, B., 2007, "Child Labour and Schooling in Rural Ethiopia: Is there a trade-off? Mimeo", at AIEL conference, Naples.

Cappellari, L.; Dorsett, R.; Haile, G., 2006, "Labour market transitions among the Over-50s", at ESPE (Verona) & EALE (Prague) conferences.

Haile, G.; Mengistu, H., 2006, "Foreign Direct Investment and its determinants in Ethiopia: A time series analysis", at the 4th International Conference on the Ethiopian Economy organised by the Ethiopian Economic Association, published in conference proceeding.

Haile, G., 2005, "Re-employment Hazard of Displaced German Workers: Evidence from the GSOEP", at EALE/SOLE World Conference held in San Francisco.

Haile, G., 2004, "The Earnings Effect of Job Displacement: Evidence from the GSOEP", at Lancaster University Management School; paper presented at the 2004 Scottish Economic Society annual conference, at the 2004 Austrian Economic Association conference in Vienna and at the 2004 GSOEP user conference in Berlin.

Haile, G., 2004, "Duration of displacement unemployment: Evidence from the GSOEP", at DIW & the Berlin Network of Labour Market Research seminars.

Haile, G., 2003, "Incidence of Youth Unemployment in Urban Ethiopia", at 2nd international EAF Conference, organized by the Centre for African Development Policy Research (Western Michigan University) and the Institute of Development Research (Addis Ababa University).



Discussion Papers

Haile, G.; Vivarelli, M., 2014, "The impact of Globalization and Technology Transfer on Manufacturing Employment and Skills in Ethiopia", IZA DP No. 7820.

Haile, G.; Bryson, A.; White, M., 2013, "Heterogeneity in Union Status and Employee Wellbing.", IZA Discussion Paper No. 7075..

Haile, G., 2012, "Union Decline in the UK: is Chauvinism Also to Blame?", IZA Discussion Paper No. 6536, pp 1-29.

Haile, G., 2011, "Workplace Job Satisfaction in Britain: Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data", IZA Discussion Paper No. 4101.

Haile, G., 2008, "Workplace disability diversity and employee wellbeing in Britain: a WERS based analysis", IZA Discussion Paper No. 3993.

Haile, G., 2008, "Workplace Job Satisfaction in Britain: Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data", IZA Discussion Paper No. 4101.

Haile, G., 2008, "Unhappy working with men? Workplace gender diversity and employee wellbeing in Britain: a WERS based analysis", IZA Discussion Paper No. 4077.

Haile, G., 2004, "Re-employment Hazard of Displaced German Workers: Evidence from the GSOEP", Lancaster University Management School Working Paper 2004/037.

Nguyen, A.; Haile, G., 2003, "Intergenerational Mobility in Educational and Occupational Status: Evidence from the US", Lancaster University Management School Working Paper 2003/043.

Haile, G., 1999, "Rural-Urban migration in Ethiopia: some evidence from the Ethiopian Urban Household Survey", draft presented at the School of Regional and Local Development Studies, Addis Ababa University.



Reports for external body

Haile, G.; Poppe, R.; Froelich, M., 2011, "School Meals Programme in Ethiopia: A Mixed-Methods Based Impact study", in Research Report Submitted to the United Nations World Food Programme.

Haile, G., 2009, "Workplace Demographic Diversity and Employee Well-being: a WERS2004 based analysis", in research report submitted to the ESRC.

Haile, G., 2009, "Workplace Demographic Diversity and Employee Well-being", in ESRC-HSE public policy seminar series.

Bewley, H.; Dorsett, R.; Haile, G., 2007, "The impact of pathways to work", in WP Research Report No.435.

Dorsett, R.; Haile, G.; Speckesser, S., 2006, "Work-Focused Interviews for Partners (WFIP) and enhanced New Deal for Partners (NDP)", in Quantitative Impact Assessment, DWP Research Report No. 352..

Cappellari, L.; Dorsett, R.; Haile, G., 2005, "Labour market transitions among the Over-50s", in Department for Work and Pensions, Research Report No. 296..

Kebede, B.; Desalegn, H.; Haile, G., 1996, "Petroleum Pricing and Taxation: The Cases of Ethiopia, Kenya, and Malawi", in Finance and Markets Theme Group, African Energy Policy Research Network (AFREPREN), Working Paper No. 145.

Current Research Activities
Dr. Haile has a range of research interests in areas of applied labour economics, industrial relations, firm-level analysis, impact evaluation and development economics. As part of a research consortium, Dr. Haile has recently secured an ESRC grant for a three-year project investigating the health and wellbeing implications of extending working lives. He is a fellow of the Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA) in Bonn.
I am module convenor of the following modules:


Undergraduate

Topics in Labour and Personnel Economics


MSc

Financial Econometrics
Topics in Advanced Econometrics

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