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Research interests

A lecturer in global political economy with particular expertise on group behaviour in socio-ecological interactions.

Research interests relate to the measurement of social norms, their impact on individual decision-making and well-being by combining critical theories around resource entitlements with an innovative use of time-series econometrics. Her current research projects evolve around sustainable earnings, group inequality mapping, and cross-disciplinary approaches to climate justice and action.

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social stratification Social Sciences
occupation Social Sciences
social economy Social Sciences
labor force Social Sciences
economic theory Social Sciences
economy Social Sciences
wage Social Sciences
finance Social Sciences

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Projects 2016 2017

Research Output 2005 2018

Open Access
financial crisis
well-being
determinants
economics
ranking

Our individual responsibility to face down the rise of the far right

Charles, A. 23 Jan 2018 The Conversation

Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationArticle

Open Access

Blurring the Individual’s Boundary: investigating perceptions of being men and women in Southern Italian households

Charles, A., Fontana, G. & DePascali, P. 2017 (Unpublished) ASSA/ASE Meetings, Session on “Poverty, Shared Prosperity and Vulnerability”, Chicago, USA.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Elitist Earnings across Occupations: the White group effect in the US and UK labour force

Charles, A. & Vujic, S. 2016 (Unpublished) Work, Employment and Society Conference.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution