Caitriona Logue was employed as a Research Analyst on the SWITCH team from August 2015 to March 2017. Caitriona holds a PhD and MA in Economics from University College Dublin, and a BA in Computer Science from Trinity College Dublin. Her PhD research focused on measuring investment in human skill formation, with a major focus on the econometric methods used to evaluate the Preparing for Life early childhood programme.
Prior to joining the ESRI, Caitriona was employed as a Teaching Fellow at the UCD School of Economics and also lectured as part of the TCD-UCD Master’s in Development Practices programme. Caitriona was a computer programmer in her early career, before returning to education to develop her skills in economic analysis.
Caitriona took up a Teaching Fellow position at the University of Edinburgh's School of Economics in April 2017.
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Latest Publications: Income-tested health entitlements: microsimulation modelling using SILCEarly Skill Formation and the Efficiency of Parental Investment: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Home VisitingEarly skill formation and the efficiency of parental investmentBudget 2017: Distributive ImpactLow Pay, Minimum Wages and Household Incomes: Evidence for IrelandDistributional Impact of Tax, Welfare and Public Service Pay Policies: Budget 2016 and Budgets 2009-2016
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