"Microeconometrics involves analysing data about the economic behaviour of individuals. It's work that in the past few years has arguably become more important than ever, and the reason for that is that the credit crunch has affected every household in the UK.
Many of the issues central to our research - house prices, the labour market, pensions, household finance, credit, debt, welfare policies and the effects all of these have on health and well-being - are extraordinarily relevant. These are problems that affect everyone in some way, and our job is to try to find answers and help shape policy responses to some very difficult and urgent questions."
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