Michael Henry’s research interests cover empirical analyses of productivity and labour market effects of trade and investment liberalisation in developed and developing countries, both at the macro and microeconomic levels. Additionally, his work involves the utilisation of household-level data to investigate issues such as youth unemployment, poverty and inequality, and the evaluation of conditional cash transfer programmes.
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