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REAL: Associate Members

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REAL Centre Associate Members

Dr Monazza Aslam: Education economist; children's learning outcomes and teacher effectiveness in India and Pakistan.

Dr Paul Atherton: Economist by background, educationalist by experience: Interested in how education leads to inclusive growth; how education systems perform, and how donors and programmes interact with them to improve outcomes; the role of non-school inputs and the shadow education system in generating system change.

Dr Aditi Bhutoria: Quantitative researcher interested in the design, delivery and impact of educational policy and interventions in developing countries. Fields of interest: Economics of Education, Public Policy, Development, and Behavioral Economics. Topics of Interest: access and quality in schools, financial literacy, non-cognitive skills, field experiments.

Dr Marcos Delprato: Application of quantitative methods in the social sciences in the field of international education; construction of large databases using household surveys.

Dr Sreekala Edannur: Social origin studies to understand the extent of inequalities of accessing higher education. Alexander von Humboldt faculty researcher, Freie University, Berlin. My project is on Primary and secondary effects of social background inequalities on educational attainment and educational continuation decisions of students with Germany and India in a comparative context. 

Dr Bjoern Hassler: OER4Schools programme, including with the University of Johannesburg focusing on integrating OER4Schools materials into new courses.

Dr Akanksha A. Marphatia: Use of longitudinal biomedical studies to investigate developmental and geographic origins of inequality in educational attainment; professional experience in international macroeconomic, education and gender policy.

Dr Shenila Rawal: quantitative research specialising in the economics of education; teacher quality and effectiveness, the relationship between poverty and educational outcomes, and the role of gender and social distance in reducing economic and educational gaps.

Dr Laura Savage: DFID senior education adviser; key interest areas include systems thinking in education, the politics of aid, the politics of large-scale education reform; historian and political ethnographer.

Dr Matthew Somerville:Special educational needs and disability; inclusive classroom practices; metacognition and self-regulation; emotion and emotion regulation; supporting children's well-being.

Dr Lucy Stackpool-Moore: qualitative and participatory researcher, specialising in human rights, reducing stigma and discrimination, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and applying research to influence actions. Topics of interest: gender equality, transformative teaching and learning, HIV, legal consciousness, and community mobilisation.

Dr Rodrigo Torres Nunez: Economics of education; inequality of educational opportunity; school effectiveness; school systems’ institutional policies and equity in learning; widening access to tertiary education.

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