Max Mosley

Max is an Economist in the Public Policy team. His work focuses on regional economic analysis and using econometric techniques to answer pervading public policy questions. Broadly his research interests are in the economics of public policy, macroeconomic recoveries, and how the two intersect.

Max Mosley headshot

Education

MPA in Economic Policy at LSE

Employment

Before joining NIESR, Max worked for a Member of Parliament for two years

Additional Information

While at LSE he had the opportunity to work with the Bank of England on a project explaining the observed slowdown in GVC integration.

His postgraduate dissertation modelled the economic consequences of changing the generosity of welfare programs on macroeconomic recovery, which won the 2021 Best Dissertation Award and was later published by the CEPR.

Published work:

Mosley, M. A., June 2021. The Importance of Being Earners: Modelling the Implications of Changes to Welfare Contributions on Macroeconomic Recovery. Covid Economics, CEPR, Issue 82.