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Catherine Porter is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics at Lancaster University. She acts as a Senior Adviser to the quantitative team in Young Lives at Work, contributing to questionnaire development, piloting, and the research agenda.
Catherine worked with Young Lives in 2008-2010 as a research officer, co-ordinating the third round of the quantitative surveys, and has been involved since then as a research associate, working mainly on Ethiopia and Peru.
Her research interests include skills development, the impact of policies and programmes, as well as the effects of shocks in childhood on outcomes (nutrition, skills, wellbeing) in the long and short term.