Harry Humes joined the ESRI as a Research Assistant in Applied Microeconomics and Econometrics in May 2022. He is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin, achieving a 1st Class Honours degree in Economics and an LL.M. in International and Comparative Law. He has participated in research in development economics, health economics, industrial organisation, and labour economics. His current work in the ESRI focuses on micro- and macro-simulation of housing and healthcare policies.
Prior to joining the ESRI, Harry’s research experience included working as a Research and Data Consultant for Innovations for Poverty Action and as a Research Assistant in the Department of Economics, Trinity College Dublin. He was also a Research Intern at the ESRI in 2021, focusing on energy and environmental economics, specifically the distributional and efficiency impacts of electricity tariff restructure.”