Gill Wyness is a Co-Investigator on CGHE’s social and economic impact of higher education research programme.
Gill is a lecturer in Economics at the UCL Institute of Education where her main interest is in quantitative research on higher education. Gill is currently running an ESRC-funded project examining the impact of university bursaries on drop-out and degree performance, using data collected from 25 UK universities.
CGHE research projects
- HE choices and post-HE destinations to age 25: parental background and effects of higher education funding reform in the UK
Select recent publications
- Higher education, career opportunities, and intergenerational inequality
Oxford Review of Economic Policy, October 2016
- Deserving poor: are higher education bursaries going to the right students?
Education Sciences, 2016
- Paying for higher education